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Sep 8, 2010
Wollaston Lake open-pit uranium mines, Saskatchewan. Photo:Google Earth

Keepers of the Water: A wake-up call from the North

Rita Wong
Uranium is mined in Dene Nation territory in Saskatchewan, with results similar to the tar sands. It shows we can't talk about energy in Canada without considering water and water security.
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Sep 7, 2010
Reclining Woman on Leopard Skin by Otto Dix (1927). Part of Rouge Cabaret: Love, Death, the Terrifying and Beautiful World of Otto Dix at Montreal's Museum of Fine Arts.

Who's Degenerate now?

Margaret van Dijk
An exhibition of Otto Dix paintings in Montreal inspires comparisons between the condemnation of 'Degenerate Art' by Hitler and the attitude to art in the war-loving neo-con times in which we live.
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Sep 7, 2010
Portrait of the Lawyer Hugo Simons by Otto Dix.

Who's Degenerate now?

Margaret van Dijk
An exhibition of Otto Dix paintings in Montreal inspires comparisons between the condemnation of 'Degenerate Art' by Hitler and the attitude to art in the war-loving neo-con times in which we live.
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Sep 6, 2010
Condominiums in downtown Vancouver. Photo: Gord McKenna/Flickr

Suburbs vs. cities -- whose utopias?

Michael Stewart
Just as white flight was rooted in xenophobia and racism, gentrification relies on displacement and neglect of marginalized people. At the heart of both is the suppression of alternative narratives.
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Sep 6, 2010
Condominiums in downtown Vancouver. Photo: Gord McKenna/Flickr

Suburbs vs. cities -- whose utopias?

Michael Stewart
Just as white flight was rooted in xenophobia and racism, gentrification relies on displacement and neglect of marginalized people. At the heart of both is the suppression of alternative narratives.

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