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Jan 21, 2014
Graphic: Wade Thompson

Getting exposure or getting exploited?

H.G. Watson
In this award-winning article from March of 2013, Cord Community Edition Editor-in-Chief H.G. Watson explores the controversial topic of unpaid internships.
Feb 6, 2012
Johanna Fernandez, Mumia Abu-Jamal, Heidi Boghosian. Photo courtesy of Johanna Fernandez.

A visit with Mumia Abu-Jamal in General Population

Johanna Fernandez
Heidi Boghosian and I just returned from a very moving visit with Mumia Abu-Jamal. This was Mumia's second contact visit in over 30 years, since his transfer to General Population last Friday, Jan 27.
Feb 3, 2012

Canada's Extradition Act and the case of Hassan Diab

Matthew Behrens
Hassan Diab, a Canadian citizen and former University of Ottawa professor, is fighting deportation to France under Canada's Extradition Act for allegations that would not stand up in Canadian courts.
Feb 2, 2012

Arts funding, greenwashing and the Enbridge pipeline

Stefan Christoff
In building a broader context for the Northern Gateway battle, stepping beyond recent headlines is important. In that vein, what are the relations between Enbridge and funding for the arts?
Jan 31, 2012
Photo: Mike Barber/Flickr

Global corporate power and the decay of Canada

Chris Hedges
What happened to Canada? It used to be the country we would flee to if life in the U.S. became unpalatable. Universal health care. A good record on the environment. But that was the old Canada.
Jan 26, 2012

Art and activism meet on Montreal streets

Stefan Christoff
As Montreal is being celebrated as a centre for cutting edge art in North America, a heightened critical reflection on artistic production and its representation is necessary.
Jan 25, 2012

GE and water privatization

Joyce Nelson
In January 2010, Goldman Sachs, General Electric, and the World Resources Institute, a Washington-based think-tank, together launched a water "initiative."
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