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Jun 17, 2008

Why the PM must bring Omar Khadr back to Canada

Am Johal
Canada, by refusing to stand up for the legal rights of its own citizen under the Harper government, has been a profound failure on the international front. Perhaps having a Foreign Affairs Minister
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Jun 16, 2008

'Apology contradicted by oppressive policies'

Quebec Native Women's Association
In order for this apology to be considered genuine, more efforts must beundertaken to correct current oppressive measures under the Indian Actthat prevent Indigenous peoples from prospering socially,
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Jun 13, 2008

Paralyzed woman sues chiropractic for half billion

Paul Benedetti and Wayne MacPhail
An Alberta woman, paralyzed after her neck was manipulated by a chiropractor, has launched the biggest-ever class action suit against chiropractic in Canada.
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Jun 13, 2008

The consequences of GM's blindside hit in Oshawa

Paul Tulloch
General Motors, the largest maker of vehicles in the world, announced last week the closing of its truck plant in Oshawa. Another 2,600 workers will join the over 350,000 workers who over the past fi
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Jun 11, 2008

RFK Jr. warns Canadians about corporate media

Jenn Watt
The topic of Robert Kennedy Jr.'s talk at Trent University may have been Our Environmental Destiny, but his message was of the danger to civilians when corporations take over both the government and
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Jun 6, 2008

Failing Haiti: An interview with Peter Hallward

Paul Boin
Peter Hallward is the author of a new book, <em>Damming the Flood: Haiti, Aristide and the Politics of Containment</em>, which details recent Haitian history including the 2004 coup backed by the Uni
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Jun 4, 2008

Historic vote in Parliament for war resisters

Krystalline Kraus
Canadian MPs &#226;e" the majority opposition representing the majority of Canadians &#226;e" stood in support of Iraq war resisters when they voted to pass an asylum motion yesterday in Parliament.
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Jun 2, 2008

Insite: Pioneers in harm reduction

Am Johal
Liz Evans is the Executive Director of PHS Community Services Society which operates Insite, Canada's first supervised injection site, in partnership with the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority.
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Jun 2, 2008

On trial in Burlington for taking on war supplier

Matthew Behrens
On Tuesday, June 3, 10 non-violent resisters head back to court for a continuation of a trial that sprang from a November 2006 non-violent direct action at the Burlington site of Canada's self-procl

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