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June 1, 2006 Features

Deport Injustice

NOII1_fp.jpgProtesters across Canada demand status for all undocumented people. Sarah Rogers finds out why.

Protests across Canada demand status for all undocumented people

May 19, 2006 Food

Cheating on the Special Diet

handsoffmyspecialdiet_fp.jpg Hillary Bain Lindsay learns that McGuinty's recipe for Ontario's poor has left thousands hungry for more.

McGuinty's recipe for Ontario's poor

March 20, 2006 Accounts

Parisian Riots, Take Two

sorbonne4_fp.jpg Youth are hitting the streets to do battle with police once again, but Marco Chown Oved finds that this time, it's a different crowd

This time, it's elite French students who are rejecting government plans

March 20, 2006 Environment

Shell Shocked

shell_fp.jpgHillary Bain Lindsay discovers that people in the Niger Delta are fighting back against violence, corruption and oppression.

People of the Niger Delta fight back against violence and corruption

January 10, 2006 Arts

Please Remember Music

soa.musicians_fp.jpgThousands sing for revolution at the School of The Americas Protest in Fort Benning, Georgia. Carole Ferrari joins the chorus.

Song plays a central role at the School of the Americas Protest

January 9, 2006 International News

"The Other" Way

The Zapatistas' New Direction

December 1, 2005 Labour

Give 'em the Boot!

bootsadeux_fp.jpgChris Arsenault travels to Chiapas to investigate a Zapatista owned and run boot cooperative that takes 'no-sweat' apparel to a new level.

Zapatistas and solidarity activists are taking 'non-sweat' apparel to a new level.

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 7, 2005 Accounts

Protest Burn Out

November 1, 2005 Accounts

War Makes Terrorists

mainantiwar-fp.jpgCarey Jernigan marches for peace in Washington

Hundreds of thousands march for peace in D.C.

October 19, 2005 Accounts

Solidarity Soccer

minutemen-arretons_fp.jpg Shaughn McArthur follows Montréal's Solidarity Across Borders to the US-Canada border, where the Minutemen are now patrolling

Activists decry presence of Minutemen, demand open border

September 5, 2005 Accounts

Chilling Gold Fever in Guatemala

marlin-mine_fp.jpg Cyril Mychalejko looks at ongoing resistance to Canada's Glamis Gold's open-pit gold mine in Guatemala

Indigenous resistance to Canada's Glamis gains momentum

June 21, 2005 Original Peoples

The Blockade Between Hope and Destruction

grassyflag_fp.jpg Macdonald Stainsby discusses the history of the blockades and the struggle for self-determination at Grassy Narrows.

Grassy Narrows, Abitibi Consolidated and the Canadian Governments

June 10, 2005 Accounts

Bolivia on a Tightrope

bolivia1_fp.jpg Benjamin Dangl explains the ongoing struggle for control of Bolivia's natural resources and the current uprising.

The struggle for control of resources and the current crisis

June 1, 2005 Environment

Coal Front Comes to the Maritimes

tabaco_fp.jpg Representatives of the Colombian Mineworkers' Union have a message for Maritimers, writes Stuart Neatby: stop buying blood coal.

Are assassinations lighting Atlantic Canadian homes?

March 28, 2005 Accounts

"I can't go back to Iraq"

anderson_fp.jpg Darrell Anderson doesn't want to kill innocent Iraqi civilians, and is seeking refuge in Canada. Benjamin Witte looks at his situation and his odds of success.

American "deserters" seek refugee status

February 12, 2005 Labour

No One Is Illegal

noii2_fp.jpg Rejecting charity and embracing solidarity, Montreal's No One is Illegal works for the "regularization of everyone". Matt Mundy speaks to Jaggi Singh.

Group aims for ''regularization of everyone'' through solidarity, not charity

February 12, 2005 Accounts

Growing Pains, Gains for Global Solidarity

This year's World Social Forum was the largest ever, attracting over 120,000 participants. Jennifer Besner describes the scene in Porto Allegre.

2005 World Social Forum was largest ever

January 18, 2005 Features

Photo Essay: Zapatistas

education_fp.jpg 11 years after what the New York Times called the first "post modern revolution", Chris Arsenault brings back words and images from Chiapas, Mexico.

Reflecting on Ten Years of Resistance in Chiapas

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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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