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February 20, 2007 Weblog:

Arms makers see opportunity in Gulf tension

You can always count on the business section of the Globe to give you the real news, without the spin.

October 10, 2006 Accounts

New Brunswick's New Business

NBWeapons_fp.jpgChris Arsenault spends an afternoon at an arms convention with some nice folks.

An afternoon at an arms convention with some nice folks

August 7, 2006 Foreign Policy

Making War in Canada

f16s_construction_fp.jpg Canadian firms help make for F-16s, F-15s and Apache helicopters used to bomb Lebanon and assassinate Palestinians, reports Dru Oja Jay.

Canada produces military equipment used in attacks on Lebanon, Palestine

January 13, 2004 Canadian News

Canadian News: January

December 22, 2003 Environment

Mustard Gas and Seismic Blasts

underwater-barrels_fp.jpgThe threat of chemical dumps in Atlantic waters
The coastal waters of Atlantic Canada have been polluted with a legacy of chemical, biological and nuclear weaponry. The primary culprits include the Canadian, American and British militaries, which have obsessed over our safety from alleged weapons of mass destruction in Iraq, while the communities and eco-systems of the Atlantic region have been under attack from the very same weapons of mass destruction since the 1940's. Now, with corporations being given permission to do seismic testing in Atlantic waters, the impact of these dumpsites may be compounded.
- by Pierre Loiselle -

The threat of chemical dumps in Atlantic waters

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