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Month in Review

July 3, 2009 Month in Review

June in Review, Part II

The Funk of Forty Thousand Years

June 15, 2009 Month in Review

June in Review, Part I

Feds clash with Mohawks, agree on Free Trade with Peru, and fund Afghan police

June 1, 2009 Month in Review

May in Review, Part II

Workplaces raided, CSIS exposed, extractive industry AGMs crashed

May 16, 2009 Month in Review

May in Review, Part I

Toxic spills, police raids, and Canwest gets more time, prints fewer papers

April 30, 2009 Month in Review

April in Review, Part II

Canadian journalists in Afghanistan, UK out of Iraq, "NAFTA" flu

April 15, 2009 Month in Review

April in Review, Part I

Oil and arrests in Colombia, detentions in Canada, and big loans, bailouts and currency swaps continue

April 1, 2009 Month in Review

March in Review Part II

Spring of Repression, Summer of Rage

March 1, 2009 Month in Review

February in Review, Part II

Security Certificates, Shareholder Insurgency and State Secrets

February 15, 2009 Month in Review

February in Review, Part I

Torches lit, tomatos in the city, temporary foreign workers under pressure

February 1, 2009 Month in Review

January in Review, Part II

Obama takes office, US bombs Pakistan, Vancouverites protest police violence

January 15, 2009 Month in Review

January in Review, Part I

Gaza death toll at over a thousand, US deficit prediction hits a trillion dollars

January 1, 2009 Month in Review

December in Review, Part II

Israel bombs Gaza, Bush dodges shoes, OPEC cuts output

December 15, 2008 Month in Review

December in Review, Part I

Workers take factory back, homeless take houses back, Canadian delegates undermine climate talks

December 1, 2008 Month in Review

November in Review Part II

Barriere Lake Algonquins press demands, OCAP builds a wall, the Minga shakes Colombia

November 15, 2008 Month in Review

November in Review Part I

Coal plants shut down in Australia, march against the tar sands in Edmonton, Nigerians take oil giant Anglo-Dutch Shell to court

October 31, 2008 Month in Review

October in Review, Part II

Journalist uncovers US meddling in Bolivia, call to fire Globe and Mail columnist, Irving tightens grip on media monopoly

October 15, 2008 Month in Review

October in Review, Part I

Voting in Canada, money in Afghanistan, oily resignations and mad scientists

October 1, 2008 Month in Review

September In Review - Part II

373% rise in homelessness in Vancouver, 100 police armed with semi-automatics in Calgary, single mothers working 19 more hours per week in Nova Scotia

September 15, 2008 Month in Review

September In Review I

Car accidents $16 billion in "social costs," 800 arrested at RNC, 77,000 Atlantic Canadian households have debts greater than assets

September 1, 2008 Month in Review

August in Review

$12 billion spent on Olympic security, $40 million cut to Canadian arts, 100 arrested in climate action

August 1, 2008 Month in Review

July in Review

G8 feasts, pancakes go dry and "yellowcake" soars

July 1, 2008 Month in Review

June in Review

Oil hits high, food crisis worldwide, conflict over nuclear

June 3, 2008 Month in Review

May in Review

A 1,850 km walk, phony foreign weddings, Sean Bell protesters arrested

May 19, 2008 Month in Review

April in Review

Regional autonomy in South America, Goldcorp's social irresponsibility, global food prices

April 15, 2008 Month in Review

February and March in Review

Tar Sands Snags, Uranium Mining, and The Dominion's First Roadshow

February 4, 2008 Month in Review

January in Review

News from social movements

January 16, 2008 Month in Review

December in Review

Halted deportations, Lakota secession, and social tension in Latin America

December 9, 2007 Month in Review

November in Review

Worker and Student Strikes, War Resistance, Climate Change Topples Howard

October 1, 2007 Month in Review

September in Review

GM on strike, uranium mining, 1.2 million dead in Iraq

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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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