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Apr 29, 2001

African Ministers Demand Debt Cancellation

Gumisai Mutume
African finance ministers meeting with officials here at the annual spring meetings of the World Bank and International Monetary Fund have joined the chorus of anti-debt activists demanding no less t
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Apr 28, 2001

You Only Get One Life

Rick Salutin
Playwright and columnist Rick Salutin chooses a pivotal moment to return to Quebec City, the launch pad three decades ago for his career as a writer. Amid the turbulence, tear gas and water-cannon fi
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Apr 28, 2001

My Brush with Reality - and How I Survived It

Tony Tremblay
Cultural studies professor Tony Tremblay toiled away in happyobscurity until he wrote an academic paper on <i>Survivor</i>. That's when TV cameras came swarming like deadly snakes in the outback.
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Apr 27, 2001

The End of Earth Week

Todd Scarth
How was your Earth Week? If you barely even noticed the occasion, you're not alone. Tim Brandt thinks that's a problem, and he's leading a campaign in Manitoba to make Earth Day a real holiday - a ho
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Apr 26, 2001

Brothers Learn to Exhale

Angela Baldassarre
A movie by a man who says, "To write good women, strong women effectively you have to sort of learn how women feel about themselves. I'm not saying I know everything, but if you listen you might lear
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Apr 26, 2001

Music

John Lucas and Deena Cox
<i>The Georgia Straight</i>'s reviews oHgr, D:Fuse and DJ Mark Farina
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Apr 26, 2001

The Anti-Earth Summit

Donna Lypchuk
Unfortunately, privatization plus deregulation plus globalization plus turbo-capitalism also equals poverty, pollution, war and the withholding of the right to hold a peaceful assembly in front of a
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Apr 25, 2001

We Made the Catapult, Judy Rebick Got the $$$

Deconstructionist Institute for Surreal Topology
Following yet another nabbing of Jaggi Singh (this time, at the Summit of the Americas in Quebec City), and his court appearance today on charges for possession of a weapon (a humongous catapult), th
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Apr 25, 2001

Excuse Me, Is This the Black Bloc?

Heather Robinson
He outlined what the Black Bloc was planning to do when it reached the perimeter. He spoke of the anticipated police reaction when the group got there. He told me about the risk I was in by walking w
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Apr 24, 2001

What the Deal is for Workers under NAFTA

Bruce Campbell
The promise of free trade in North America was prosperity for all; "a rising tide lifts all boats." But most workers, having no boats, have been swamped by NAFTA. This is a cautionary tale about free

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