Arts & Culture

May 25, 2010

Mining company threatens Talonbooks

Barrick Gold corporation threatened a small publisher in British Columbia with defamation if it published a book critical of Canada's role in the international mining industry.
May 24, 2010

Pride without apartheid

Brad Fraser
Pride Toronto was a celebration of diversity, of rights. But with the banning of Queers Against Israeli Apartheid this year, intolerance and censorship have taken over.
May 18, 2010

Focus on arts: The sound of Cameroon music

Africafiles: The Pulse
Cameroon music offers a glimpse of the art and culture of the country. What can you tell about Cameroon by listening to its music?
May 14, 2010
Ka Hsaw Wa speaks at the University of Ottawa in Dec. 2007. Photo: Matthew Morgan.

University of Ottawa spied on leading Burmese activist

Matthew Morgan
When a Karen dissident came to the University of Ottawa in 2007 and was in the position of embarrassing a major benefactor, administration staff tried to prevent the talk, according to emails.


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