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Apr 20, 2001

Labour Joins Up

Judy Rebick
Representatives of the Canadian Labour Congress and the Canadian Auto Workers agree to participate in direct action today. Quebec City will see the first-ever labour affinity groups. This marks a pow
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Apr 19, 2001

On The Line

Min Sook Lee
The workers at Sing Tao Daily unionized a year ago. They are now on strike. Easter weekend, picket-line supporter Winnie Ng was arrested. Here's more about the newspaper, the publisher and the issues
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Apr 18, 2001

Straight Goods' Quebec Summit Page

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News, info, resources, pix and talk to help inform you about the Quebec City Summit of the Americas, the issues and protest activities surrounding it.
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Apr 18, 2001

Name Change for Two Nova Scotian NDP Groups

Audra Estrones Williams
New Democratic clubs at Dalhousie and Saint Mary's universities recently renamed themselves The New Party Youth Movement. This month, provincial delegates will decide if they also want to adopt this
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Apr 18, 2001

An Uneasy Peace

Nick Fillmore
More than two years after a brutal invasion, the rebels of Sierra Leone have been pushed back to the north and east. But throughout the country, fear - and poverty - remains ever present.
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Apr 18, 2001

Settlement close in drug patent case

Reuters News Agency
The world's mightiest drug companies are reportedly on the verge of dropping their court battle against a South African law allowing imports of cheap copies of their patented anti-AIDS drugs.
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Apr 17, 2001

Who Killed The Canadian Forum?

Robert Fulford
Has this ancient journal, once a source of national influence, finally died? Or is it, as some believe, merely hibernating?
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Apr 17, 2001

Venezuela Backs China in Plane Row

Adam Easton
Venezuelan leader Hugo Chavez has backed China in its dispute with the United States over the collision of the US spy plane with a Chinese fighter jet.
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Apr 16, 2001

Low-Cost Housing Finds No Canadian Market

Margaret Dinsdale
Two Canadian companies have designed homes that can be adapted from would be affordable to low- and modest-income people. The problem is, all of these homes are being sold outside of Canada.

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