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December 12, 2008 Environment

110-Year Rush

Songs moved to survive the goldrush are returned to the Tr’ondëk Hwëch’in

December 4, 2008 Environment

A Hillbilly, a Judge, and a Coal Company

The opening skirmish in the court battle over mountaintop removal mining

October 21, 2008 Environment

OREphaned Mines

The dirty and dangerous legacy of abandoned mines

August 15, 2008 Environment

Mad as a Hatter

Canada's mercury pollution on Indigenous lands

February 6, 2008 Environment

Road Kill

New highway blocked by protesting "Raccoons"

November 25, 2007 Environment

Can Pew's Charity be Trusted?

US foundations give millions to Canadian environmental groups

October 30, 2007 Environment

Environmentalism in Alberta?

Activists say communities are beginning to stand up to tar sands

October 29, 2007 Environment

Smoking in the Greenhouse

Tar sands growth makes meeting Kyoto targets less likely

October 20, 2007 Environment

Passing Out in Upgrader Alley

In Alberta's "Industrial Heartland," massive developments rival those of the Athabasca tar sands region

July 6, 2007 Environment

Uranium rising

Plan to mine radioactive ore generates controversy in Moncton, New Brunwick

April 17, 2007 Environment

Nuclear Haste Makes Waste: Regulators

Pembroke-based SRB denied license for tritium processing

April 11, 2007 Environment

Questioning Climate Politics

Denis Rancourt says the “global warming myth” is part of the problem

April 4, 2007 Environment

Stolen Games

"No Olympics on stolen Native land" has become the battle cry for Indigenous resistance to the Vancouver Olympics

March 23, 2007 Environment

Reclaiming the Forbidden Forest

Roundtable discusses community forestry

March 5, 2007 Environment

Big Enviro Groups ‘Holding Back’ Anti-Warming Movement

Some critics call the best mainstream proposals too little, too late

February 28, 2007 Environment

Risky Business

Climate change “quick-fixes” are good for business, but may prove disastrous for the environment

December 7, 2006 Environment

Race and Waste in Nova Scotia

Lincolnville_fp.jpgHillary Bain Lindsay investigates accusations of 'environmental racism' that have taken centre stage during a fight against a new landfill.

Accusations of 'environmental racism' take centre stage during fight against new landfill development

December 5, 2006 Environment

Where Have All The Fishes Gone?

Lake-trout-fp.jpgActivists hope the loss of two lakes in Newfoundland to mining waste isn't the beginning of a new trend. Tracy Glynn learns

Newfoundland losing lakes to mining waste

October 30, 2006 Environment

Genetically Modified Diplomacy

GMO_fp.jpgYuill Herbert examines Canada's international biotech agenda and the government's most recent GM 'victory.'

Canada's International Biotech Agenda

June 10, 2006 Environment

Question Park

Kobau_sage_Fp.jpgHeather English wonders if one of Canada's most endangered ecosystems will receive National Park status.

Will one of Canada's most endangered ecosystems receive National Park status?

May 20, 2006 Environment

The New Chainsaw

gmo_trees_fp.jpg GE trees are considered the new threat to global forests. Katie Shafley wonders why no one knows they're being grown in Canada.

Genetically engineered trees are the new threat to Canada's forests

March 20, 2006 Environment

Shell Shocked

shell_fp.jpgHillary Bain Lindsay discovers that people in the Niger Delta are fighting back against violence, corruption and oppression.

People of the Niger Delta fight back against violence and corruption

March 6, 2006 Environment

A Bear Of A Deal

aerial_landscape1_fp.jpgAfter over a decade of negotiations, environmental groups, industry, First Nations and the Canadian government have come to an unprecedented agreement discovers Yuill Herbert

A decade of negotiations give way to an unprecedented agreement

January 16, 2006 Environment

Where The Mountains Are Still Growing

mountains_fp.jpgHillary Lindsay investigates the human cost of a 'business as usual' approach to climate change in Northeastern India.

Will mega dams in Manipur, India 'solve' climate change?

December 2, 2005 Environment

Tremblay's Remote Control

mayor_tremblay_fp.jpgWhat do democracy and sustainability have to do with eachother? Van Ferrier finds out in Montreal.

How City Hall's 'closed bureaucratic culture' continues to drive Montreal away from sustainability

October 24, 2005 Environment

"It's the Best We've Got"

dion_fp.jpgEnvironment Minister Stéphane Dion to chair next round of international climate talks in Montreal. Hillary Lindsay reports.

Kyoto Off To A Slow Late Start in Montreal

October 5, 2005 Environment

The Co-Option

coop1_fp.jpg Juliet Lammers visits a Montreal housing co-op's experiment in sustainable living

A Montreal housing co-op experiments with sustainable living

July 7, 2005 Environment

Supportive, Not Insular

JJones_fp.jpg Leah Schnurr visits a community of senior citizens who are aiming for a sustainable life for their own generation and beyond.

Senior Community on Ward's Island Aims for Sustainable Long Life

June 1, 2005 Environment

Coal Front Comes to the Maritimes

tabaco_fp.jpg Representatives of the Colombian Mineworkers' Union have a message for Maritimers, writes Stuart Neatby: stop buying blood coal.

Are assassinations lighting Atlantic Canadian homes?

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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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