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August 17, 2007 Photo Essay

Good As Gold?

"There is nothing to negotiate!" Guatemalan community wants Canadian mining company out.

July 6, 2007 Environment

Uranium rising

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

July 5, 2007 Features

Defending "Life and Sovereignty"

Ecuador’s mining prospects, Canadian companies, and the conflict with affected communities

May 26, 2007 Foreign Policy

Mining the Congo

Canadian mining companies in the DRC

May 24, 2007 Agriculture

¡Si, Se Puede!

Field workers in Florida say “Yes we can!” - and are

May 10, 2007 Agriculture

Opposition Grows

Will a B.C. Federal Minister Break the Wheat Board…or the Law?

May 7, 2007 Ideas

Firestorm

A review of The Price of Fire: Resource Wars and Social Movements in Bolivia

March 23, 2007 Environment

Reclaiming the Forbidden Forest

Roundtable discusses community forestry

March 9, 2007 Français

Les crimes du «développement» au Guatemala

Part 1 : Skye Resources et la réoccupation des terres au Guatemala

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

February 27, 2007 Business

Turning Down A Gold Mine

In Guatemala, angry locals vote no, but BC firm presses on

February 23, 2007 Weblog:

CEOs want Canada to import temporary workers to oil patch

The Globe and Mail is reporting that Canadian CEOs want "to import temporary Mexican energy workers" to Alberta.

Nothing like cheap labour for a project making CEOs millions.

February 13, 2007 Weblog:

"The Virgin Earth Challenge" -- Yeesh!

Newsflash: The owner of Virgin Airlines and Virgin Galactic (a space tourism project) is going to save the planet from climate change with the Virgin Earth Challenge. Branson's offering a $25 million prize to the person who can come up with a "commercially viable design which results in the removal of anthropogenic, atmospheric greenhouse gases so as to contribute materially to the stability of Earth’s climate."

So, science will save the day once again? Too bad Branson'

» continue reading ""The Virgin Earth Challenge" -- Yeesh!"

February 5, 2007 Business

Cable Cutters

What the cable companies don’t want you to know about radical television in Canada

January 25, 2007 Weblog:

Wal Town on tour

The überculture kids are videoblogging from their tour with the Waltown film, which is taking them from Victoria to Whitehorse to Saint John's.

July 6, 2006 Business

The Gold Standard

Pascua-Lama_fp.jpgChileans worry the Pascua Lama mine will pollute their water and destroy their way of life. Rob Maguire learns that Canada is involved.

Chileans fight to protect their environment from Canada's Barrick Gold

April 3, 2006 Business

Canadian Dis-Content

amc_webfp.jpgEzra Winton examines CANCON's role in our film industry and asks why Canadian films are not being shown in Canadian theatres.

Examining CANCON's role in our film industry

January 26, 2006 Business

The Battle of our Beers

beerphoto_fp.jpgElizabeth Falcon discovers that 90% of the beers sold in Canada are owned by two foreign multinational corporations.

Multinationals crush craft ales in Canada's suds industry

November 24, 2005 Agriculture

McOrganic?

IA_fp.jpgHillary Lindsay investigates the new corporate organic landscape and its impact on Canadian farmers.

Is corporate organic changing the organic landscape in Canada?

November 22, 2005 Business

Reconstructing Disaster

bush_ally_fp.jpg Rob Maguire looks at who is benefitting from federal reconstruction contracts in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina

Profiteers and Pink Slips Ravage the Gulf Coast

December 19, 2004 Health

No CHEERS for the EPA

The EPA set out to monitor the health effects of pesticides and household products. Andrea Smith finds out who is funding the study, and why.

Study halted over ethical controversy

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