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May 2, 2011 Arts

Mesoamerica Resiste

The story behind the cover

January 26, 2011 Arts

Figuring Out Fair Use

As Canada updates its copyright laws, a new clause is stirring debate among creators

July 22, 2010 Arts

RebELLEs Give Oppression the Boot

New Brunswick gumbooters troupe give feminist education a kick

March 13, 2010 Arts

Giving Algonquins a Good Rap

Hip-hop artist Samian rants for reserves

January 22, 2010 Arts

Audio Vision

Campus and community stations transform to accommodate people with disabilities

January 17, 2010 Arts

Sickly Sweet Censorship

Despite legal threats, screenings of Coke-critical film continue

October 27, 2009 Arts

Olympic Spirit

What is genuine Indigenous art?

October 10, 2009 Arts

A Poetic Ascent

Shugendo Now is a film for the cynic

September 19, 2009 Arts

Slingshot Rhymes from Palestine

An interview with filmmaker Jackie Salloum on Slingshot Hip Hop

June 3, 2009 Arts

Propagandhi Scores Against War

Torture, Terror, and Don Cherry face the music in the band's sixth release

April 9, 2009 Arts

Art and Anarchy

Artists give the Cultural Olympiad the middle finger

March 31, 2009 Arts

Can You Imagine Life Without It?

Ian Connacher's "Addicted to Plastic" tracks our most persistent trash

December 22, 2008 Arts

Abundance

Art and trash in Dawson City

May 26, 2008 Arts

An Artful Recovery

Artists respond to post-Katrina New Orleans

March 26, 2008 Arts

The Art of Walking

Art project creates blisters and curiosity

February 17, 2008 Arts

Acting It Out

Youth overcome adversity at the Children's Peace Theatre

January 9, 2008 Arts

Equal Porn for All

The 2007 Feminist Porn Awards

October 31, 2007 Arts

Sublime Tar Sands?

Edward Burtynsky's photography and Canada's extractive industries

August 8, 2007 Arts

Outperforming Gentrification

A profile of Jessica Rose

May 25, 2007 Arts

Wonder Wine?

Who decides what wine stocks the shelves of the LCBO

April 26, 2007 Arts

Growing Up Backstage

An unconventional upbringing

March 18, 2007 Arts

Revival House

The many lives of Toronto rep cinemas

February 21, 2007 Arts

Picture Perfect

How images are used to create specific relationships between people and the physical environment

January 15, 2007 Arts

Confessions of a Spam Crafter

A designer of "junk mail" reflects on the 2006 Art Center Design Conference

November 28, 2006 Arts

Can Wikipedia Ever Make the Grade?

wiki_fp.jpgAs questions about the accuracy of the anyone-can-edit encyclopedia persist, academics are split on whether to ignore it, or start contributing.

As questions about the accuracy of the anyone-can-edit encyclopedia persist, academics are split on whether to ignore it, or start contributing

September 6, 2006 Arts

Race, Rock and Soul

Sept-Arts_fp.jpgMatt Brennan reviews Jamaica to Toronto, raising questions about Canada's pop past.

Jamaica to Toronto raises questions about Canada's pop past

July 10, 2006 Arts

Listening To The New Museum

museum_fp.jpgPodcasts are changing the way we see and hear museums. Tim McSorley listens in.

Podcasts are changing the way we see and hear museums

June 5, 2006 Arts

A Novel Cause

north911bg_fp.jpgMacdonald Stainsby reviews David Bernans' first book: a novel about war, racism, and hysteria - and the people who fight against them.

"North of 9/11" is a book about war, racism, and hysteria - and the people who fight against them

May 26, 2006 Arts

Strong Nudes

ds_saul_food_fp.jpgMax Liboiron explores sexuality and disability through Belinda Mason-Lovering's photographic essay Intimate Encounters.

Sexuality and Disability

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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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