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Feb 3, 2014

Defending the land that thinks

Tanis Desjarlais
For Indigenous people, the land and the people are intimately connected. Upon a visit to Guatemala, Tanis Desjarlais spoke with Indigenous people about the effects of Canadian mining companies.
News
Feb 12, 2013
The Blackberry 10. (Photo: Martin uit Utrecht / flickr)

Is the new BlackBerry 10 conflict free?

John Lewis
Jim Davis
In all the hype there is one important question that has not been asked: can RIM assure customers that its products are free of conflict minerals?
Blog
Jul 5, 2012

Defending Bev Oda - but not for the reasons you think

Elizabeth May
I can't explain or defend the $16 orange juice or the limo, but why people focus on that and not the fact that every single day Stephen Harper moves within Ottawa with a motorcade is beyond me.
Blog
Feb 20, 2011

Kairos case is a reminder of the real Harper agenda

Gerry Caplan
The real issue in the Bev Oda fiasco is the reversal, by Stephen Harper, of a 60-year consensus shared by all previous governments about the central role of civil society in Canada.
News
Jan 19, 2011
The ballot paper for the South Sudan referendum. Photo: John Lewis.

Kairos observes the South Sudan referendum

John Lewis
Last year, the ecumenical human rights promoter was reeling after having its funding cut by CIDA. Last week, it was in South Sudan, supporting the democratic process in action.

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