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July 16, 2006 Opinion

The Roots of Rage

security_fp.jpgAs the media circus around the alleged terrorism plot in Canada subsides, Stefan Christoff asks why critical questions are not being posed.

Terror and Repression in Canada

June 1, 2006 Canadian News

No White Is Illegal?

Fredericton_fp.jpgFredericton police are accused of racism after arrests at a "No One Is Illegal" march. Chris Arsenault investigates.

Fredericton police are accused of racism after arrests at "No One Is Illegal" march

February 8, 2006 Opinion

A Picture Says 1000 Words

halifaxprotest_fp.jpg"Harmless cartoons" are more than they seem when one explores the social and political context in which they appear says Harsha Walia

"Harmless" cartoons are more than meets the eye

October 6, 2005 Opinion

Drilling For Oil And Gas

oil_rig_smaller_fp.jpg In his second in a series, Stewart Steinhauer looks at oil companies on indigenous land in Alberta, and the mantra of "jobs jobs jobs"

Down At The Intersection Of Racism, Patriarchy, Capitalism, And Imperialism

September 3, 2005 Features

The Battle of New Orleans

nola1_fp.jpg In an extensive overview, Dru Oja Jay looks at the history of race and class iniquities that set the scene for the current tragedy.

Race, Class Disparity Set Stage for New Orleans Disaster

June 15, 2005 Arts

What's in a Name?

fiveosamas_fp.jpg In this interview, director Mahmoud Kaabour talks about how 9/11 affected tolerance, the making of "Being Osama", and why he left Canada.

An interview with "Being Osama" director Mahmoud Kaabour

April 5, 2005 Original Peoples

Canada, Racism, Genocide, and the Bomb

ore_fp.jpg Canada's little-known role in the construction of the first atomic bombs is still affecting people of the Dene nation today, says Kim Petersen

The Legacy of C.D. Howe

November 6, 2004 Features

Multiculturalism: It Hurts Us All

Why Canada isn't, never was, and probably never will be a multicultural nation
Susana Ferreira explores Toronto's underground economy, and the real effects of Canada's "multicultural" policies.

Why Canada isn't, never was, and probably never will be a multicultural nation

August 25, 2004 Media Analysis

Missing History in Action

Joseph Pannell is being threatened with extradition to the United States for a crime he allegedly committed thirty years ago. Dru Oja Jay looks at the assumptions that the media brings to the case.

Canadian coverage of Joseph Pannell and the Black Panther Party

June 26, 2003 International News

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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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