News
Feb 20, 2002

Pro-Feminist Media Bias? Show Me the Women!

Caryl Rivers
A new book from from down-under (under the 49th parallel, that is) claims that the American media are too &#147;pro-feminist.&#148; Not true, says <i>Women's E-news</i> correspondent Caryl Rivers. Th
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Feb 20, 2002

Enviropig Chicken-Feed Hard to Swallow

Kanina Holmes
An investigation appears to have solved the mysterious disappearance of eleven stillborn transgenic piglets from a freezer at Ontario's University of Guelph. The remains had been destined for the inc
News
Feb 19, 2002

Same-Sex-Marriage Petition Presented to MPs

Ben Thompson
Four federal MPs have receieved copies of a 15,000-signature petition demanding and an end to discrimination against same-sex couples. The Valentine's Week document urged the extension of full marria
News
Feb 18, 2002

Belgium Apologizes to Congo

Yemi Toure
Forty-three years after the firing-squad execution of Patrice Lamumba, the Belgian government has apologized for its role in his death. The Congolese independence leader's murder represented an incal
News
Feb 16, 2002

To Beard or Not to Beard&#226;e&#166;?

Aziz Choudry
In the months since September 2002, air travel has become a challenge for many &#151; and an ordeal for others. Suppose you travel regularly. Suppose you also happen to fit the stereotype of a contem
News
Feb 15, 2002

Horsing Around

Judy Rebick
Protesters who were part of the melee during the so-called Queen's Park Riot in June 2000 are now on their way to court. Thirty face jail time. But according to the Ontario Coalition Against Poverty,
News
Feb 15, 2002

Canada Ranks Fourth Among Environmental Protectors

rabble staff
Canada has ranked fourth in a study of 142 nations' environmental-protection practices. The Economix Forum used its Environmental Sustainability Index &#151; or ESI &#151; to assess factors such as l
News
Feb 14, 2002

Flaherty Calls On Police to Sweep Homeless Away

Canadian Press
"It will be illegal to live in public places, on the streets and in the parks (in Ontario)," Flaherty told a huddle of reporters as an icy wind whipped the street corner in one of the wealthiest spot
News
Feb 14, 2002

Political Columnist Dalton Camp Has Stroke

Hugh Winsor
Dalton Camp, one of Canada's best-known political commentators, is in a Fredericton hospital following what doctors have described as a major stroke.
News
Feb 13, 2002

Cops with Cameras

Anne Marie Aikins
Hamilton police officers will be bringing video cameras with them on domestic abuse calls to tape witness statements. But will this make women safer? Will the cameras record information that is accur

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