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April 18, 2007 Original Peoples

A Clearcut Answer?

A year after the Great Bear Rainforest deal was struck, some wonder if the political compromise was worth it

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

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?

March 26, 2006 Arts

The Life of A Clearcut

Ice_edit-fp.jpgMax Liboiron speaks to photographer John Haney about the process of art. Slow down and take a second look.

John Haney collaborates with his environment

November 29, 2005 Original Peoples

Masala and the Rainforest

kermode21_fp.jpg Kim Petersen looks at the prospects for survival of the the Spirit bear, which has particular significance for west-coast First Nations

Future of Kermode bear and rainforest "uncertain"

January 13, 2004 Features

Lo Que Hemos Aprendido

The Right Whale Program of Peninsula Valdes

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Each September, right whales gather off the coast of Peninsula Valdes in Argentina's Chubut province. Since 1971, researchers have gathered there, as well: an unlikely group of biologists, conservationists, and whale-lovers, engaged in one of the world's longest-running studies of a marine mammal population. This past September, photographer John Haney and I spent a week on Peninsula Valdes, and got a window into the history of this study, onshore and off.

by Amanda Jernigan
photographs by John Haney


The Right Whale Program of Peninsula Valdes

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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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