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May 3, 2001

Queer Feelings in Quebec

Trish Salah
It is increasingly clear that the objective of policing is the surveillance, management and removal of people who get in the way of business, that threaten its ethos, or its profits. Toronto's queer
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May 3, 2001

Workers Spread Seeds from GM Trial

Claire Miller
Genetically modified canola seeds have been spread around Mount Gambier in South Australia in a breach of federal guidelines intended to prevent their general release into the environment.
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May 2, 2001

Let the Vélorution Begin

David Bernans
A lot of bike paths could be created for the price tag of a summit and some international business deals. Bikesheviks were on-hand in Quebec to fill folks in about the impact of free trade. Police ma
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May 2, 2001

Ottawa Considers Ban on Human Cloning

Canadian Press
Human cloning and fusion of genetic material to create human-animal hybrids would be outlawed under draft legislation to be proposed Thursday by Health Minister Allan Rock.
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May 2, 2001

The United Voter

Lamont Muhammad
People of color, poor and immigrant communities here made history last week when representatives announced they had agreed to rally their constituents around local issues, register them to vote, get
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May 2, 2001

Turn In Your Teddy Bear for an AK47

The Deconstructionist Institute for Surreal Topology
DIST announces a campaign of teddy bear rage aimed at freeing the prisoners captured during the Summit of the Americas. They are asking people to catch as many stuffed animals as they can, and mail t
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May 1, 2001

Another Perspective on the Quebec Summit

Heather Menzies
As the living river, we came to Quebec City to speak for the world's water. Our icons are boxes of water bottles, passed from hand to hand around our circle, then out through the crowd with the invoc
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May 1, 2001

Listen Carefully, Show Some ID

Ali Kazimi
It was a scene right out of a film about a repressive police state - except it happened in Canada, in Quebec City.
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May 1, 2001

An Oily Deal

Penney Kome
Canada's largest oil company, Talisman, is willing to deal with the Sudanese government. That government slaughters and tortures civilians, and condones slave-trading. Calgary's Project Sudan protest
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Apr 30, 2001

Battered Women

Fiona Morgan
Abortion rights advocates get clobbered by pro-life groups as the Unborn Victims of Violence Act advances in Congress.

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