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November 16, 2005 Accounts

The Project of a New Canadian University Begins...

ArundelGroup44_fp.jpgWilma van der Veen attends a founding meeting for a new university in Canada.

What would a university based on principles of ecology and social justice look like?

November 7, 2005 Accounts

Protest Burn Out

November 1, 2005 Accounts

War Makes Terrorists

mainantiwar-fp.jpgCarey Jernigan marches for peace in Washington

Hundreds of thousands march for peace in D.C.

October 20, 2005 Accounts

'Disengagement' Affords Some Relief for Gaza Fishing Enclave

elmer_al-mawasi_fish_fp.jpg Jon Elmer reports from Gaza, where, despire 'disengagement', fishing boats are shot at and access to foreign markets remains blocked

Coastal villages no longer a veritable prison, but access to fishing, export remain blocked

October 19, 2005 Accounts

Solidarity Soccer

minutemen-arretons_fp.jpg Shaughn McArthur follows Montréal's Solidarity Across Borders to the US-Canada border, where the Minutemen are now patrolling

Activists decry presence of Minutemen, demand open border

October 4, 2005 Accounts

Air Raids Terrorize Gaza Residents, Target Key Infrastructure

elmer_gaza_school-ceiling_f.jpg Israel's first air campaign since withdrawal has targeted a school and other facilities, and marks the introduction of sonic booms as a tactic. Jon Elmer reports from Gaza.

Homes, roadway, school bombed; sonic booms are new tactic

September 23, 2005 Accounts

US Military Establishes Base in Paraguay

usinparaguay_fp.jpg UpsideDownWorld's Ben Dangl investigates the how and why of the new US presence in Paraguay.

Preparations made to "spread democracy"

September 23, 2005 Accounts

Tending the Flower or Cutting the Stem?

un-belair_fp.jpg In his second update from Haiti, Justin Podur examines the state of the Canadian-sponsored elections there.

Canadian-sponsored democracy in Haiti

September 23, 2005 Accounts

Is This What 'Responsibility to Protect' Looks Like?

so_ann_handcuffs_fp.jpg In his first report from Haiti, Justin Podur takes a look at Canada's intervention on the ground.

Status, Elections and Canada in Haiti

September 7, 2005 Accounts

State of Mine

canadian_mining_worldwide_f.jpg A map, in poster format, documenting global resistance to Canadian mining companies.

Canadian Mining and Global Resistance

September 5, 2005 Accounts

Chilling Gold Fever in Guatemala

marlin-mine_fp.jpg Cyril Mychalejko looks at ongoing resistance to Canada's Glamis Gold's open-pit gold mine in Guatemala

Indigenous resistance to Canada's Glamis gains momentum

June 10, 2005 Accounts

Bolivia on a Tightrope

bolivia1_fp.jpg Benjamin Dangl explains the ongoing struggle for control of Bolivia's natural resources and the current uprising.

The struggle for control of resources and the current crisis

June 2, 2005 Accounts

Danger and Spectacular Opportunity

fascismsucksncmr_fp.jpg Over 2,500 media reformers and revolutionaries gathered in St. Louis to discuss ways to discuss strategy and alternatives. Steve Anderson reports.

The National Conference for Media Reform hosts a growing movement against corporate media in St. Louis

May 23, 2005 Accounts

Hog Town: The Politics of Policing

fantino_fp.jpg Tim Rourke attends the premiere of Min Sook Lee's Hogtown: The Politics of Policing in Toronto.

Directed by Min Sook Lee

March 28, 2005 Accounts

"I can't go back to Iraq"

anderson_fp.jpg Darrell Anderson doesn't want to kill innocent Iraqi civilians, and is seeking refuge in Canada. Benjamin Witte looks at his situation and his odds of success.

American "deserters" seek refugee status

March 20, 2005 Accounts

Textbook Treatment

chile_mural_fp.jpg 15 years after Pinochet, Carey Jernigan looks at the effects of state-sponsored violence on Chilean society.

State-Sponsored Violence in Pinochet's Chile

February 16, 2005 Accounts

Burma and Divestiture

moustachebros_fp.jpgAfter the disastrous tsunami, the Burmese government reported only 80 deaths along 2,000 km of coastline. Shaughn McArthur looks closer.

After the Tsunami

February 12, 2005 Accounts

Growing Pains, Gains for Global Solidarity

This year's World Social Forum was the largest ever, attracting over 120,000 participants. Jennifer Besner describes the scene in Porto Allegre.

2005 World Social Forum was largest ever

February 11, 2005 Accounts

Ending Female Genital Mutilation?

In Kenya, major campaigns for the eradication of female genital mutilation have met with little success. Gemma Richardson finds out why.

Rights, medicalization, and the state of ongoing struggles to eliminate the FGM in Kenya

January 5, 2005 Accounts

Record Crowd Demands Closure of "School of Assassins"

Stuart Neatby reports from the 15th annual School of Americas protest in Columbus, Georgia.

January 4, 2005 Accounts

Truth in Iraq

Even those who read independent and foreign media are shocked when they hear the stories Dahr Jamail brings back from Iraq.

An Interview with Dahr Jamail

November 6, 2004 Accounts

Kerry on Vietnam

33 years before running for President, John Kerry returned from Vietnam to tell lawmakers about the atrocities that were being committed.

The recently defeated presidential candidate, 33 years earlier

September 30, 2004 Accounts

Extinguishing the Post Cold War Dream

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Rob Maguire reports from Armenia, where civil liberties have not increased quite as fast as the cost of living.

World Bank-Mandated Energy Privatization Taxes Armenia's Poor

August 25, 2004 Accounts

El Salvadorans Ask: do we CAFTA?

cafta_fp.jpg "Best hope for success" or imperial power grab? Jen Peirce reports on the Central American Free Trade Agreement from El Salvador.

July 21, 2004 Accounts

The Canadian Left is Failing to Stand Up for Haiti

In a rare exception to the Dominion's de facto lack of opinion articles, Yves Engler argues that Haitians are risking their lives to fight an illegal regime that the Canadian government is propping up.

Haitians are risking their lives to fight an illegal regime that Canada supports

June 24, 2004 Accounts

Fair's Fair

coffee_ft_fp.jpg Meribeth Deen visits Fair Trade coffee farms in Nicaragua.

Marketing and reality in the coffee trade

May 27, 2004 Accounts

Independent Journalism Under Occupation

woman_shot_by_us_sniper_fp.jpg Dahr Jamail describes the current state of independent journalism in Iraq.

April 6, 2004 Accounts

Impressions from Haiti

haitians_fp.jpgAnthony Fenton shares his impressions from a ten-day trip to post-coup Haiti

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The Dominion is a monthly paper published by an incipient network of independent journalists in Canada. It aims to provide accurate, critical coverage that is accountable to its readers and the subjects it tackles. Taking its name from Canada's official status as both a colony and a colonial force, the Dominion examines politics, culture and daily life with a view to understanding the exercise of power.

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