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Jul 4, 2002

Diary of a Reluctant Protester

Corvin Russell
Movement must be towards something as well as away from something. Yet the global justice movement in Canada, laments our writer, shies away from discussing political visions, and ways to achieve the
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Jul 4, 2002

Cops Evict Occupants at 246 Gilmour Street

imc ottawa
It was a long night, to say the least. Early this morning, equipped with tear gas, pepper spray, police dogs, machine guns and a battering ram, riot police carried out an elaborate spectacle, evicti
News
Jul 2, 2002

Ministers Hear Group of Six Billion

Penney Kome
At a Group of Six Billion (GB6) meeting in Calgary last week, Foreign Affairs Minister Bill Graham and International Trade Minister Susan Whelan listened to the demands of the people to ratify the Ky
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Jul 2, 2002

Israeli Victims Blame Occupation of Palestine

Alexandra Williams
A cancer that is feeding terror. That's what this affluent Jewish couple, whose daughter Smadar was killed by a Palestinian suicide bomber, calls the Israeli occupation of the Palestinian territories
News
Jun 28, 2002

Globalizing Anti-Globalization

Judy Rebick
It takes a world of difference to fight the power. Signs that the global justice movement has what it takes were found at Ottawa’s G8 protests yesterday. Read about and see the “No One is I
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Jun 28, 2002

Who Speaks for Africa?

Corvin Russell
The gusto with which those that speak for Africa are proceeding seems to offer no hope for improvement in social or economic conditions. Here's a who's who of the guys in attendance at this week's G8
News
Jun 27, 2002

Democracy in Action: Day Four

Sarah Blackstock
The mass demonstrations taking place in Calgary all week against the G8 Summit meeting have been the most peaceful in recent memory. “There’s been no conflict with police because the riot p
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Jun 27, 2002

Faces in the Crowd (part III)

Erin George
“We’re not a bunch of radicals here to smash buildings, drink beer or cause destruction and trouble,” says activist Lorie Peacock. “We’re here for a reason.” Find out wh
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Jun 27, 2002

Keep on rabblin'

rabble staff
<i>rabble.ca</i> debuted with dramatic coverage of the 2001 Summit protests in Quebec City. This year, our writers and photographers are on the ground in both Calgary and Ottawa, serving up the news
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Jun 27, 2002

Fears of Protest Violence Much Ado About Nothing

Jim Rankin and Daniel Girard
Security's tight ship almost laughable. After yesterday's peaceful snake march through Calgary's downtown streets by G8 protesters, the hundreds of millions of dollars spent (wasted?) on policing and

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