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Sep 5, 2002

For Whom Bell Tolls

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Bell Canada has tentatively settled a long-running pay equity dispute with thousands of its mainly female staff. But the ringing hasn't stopped yet, as the corporation continues talks with employees
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Jun 24, 2002

Anti-Globalization Protesters March in Calgary

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Someone's focusing on human rights, civil liberties and food aid? As part of the Group of Six Billion (G6B) conference (held in advance of Wednesday's G8 leaders' summit in Kananaskis, Alberta), thou
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May 22, 2002

Group Needles and Yarns Against Globalization

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Global Knit-In. Outside the upcoming G8 summit in Kananaskis, Alberta, the Revolutionary Knitting Circle (alongside other activist groups such as the Raging Grannies and the G-8 Bike Brigade) will ch
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May 6, 2002

Ontario Public Workers Vote to End Strike

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Fighting the good fight. Over the weekend, Ontario Public Service Employees Union (OPSEU) workers agreed to a tentative contract with the Ontario government, and return to work, optimistic in the fut
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Apr 19, 2002

Search for Missing Women Expands to Second Site

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Vancouver police began digging through a second property this week in their investigation of the disappearance of more than fifty women who have vanished from Vancouver's downtown eastside since 1983
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Apr 18, 2002

NDP Demotes Robinson Due to Public Misperception

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Canadian New Democratic Party leader Alexa McDonough has assumed responsibilities for Middle East issues, after the party's foreign affairs critic, Svend Robinson, made controversial statements about
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Apr 12, 2002

Yukon Woman Claims Being Fired for Breastfeeding

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A veteran Yukon broadcaster is fighting back after being fired for breastfeeding her baby at work. Joanne Henry says Northern Native Broadcasting Yukon is a violating her human rights and breaking th
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Apr 9, 2002

Catholic School Board Rules Against Gay Prom Date

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After his appeal was turned down by the Durham Catholic District School Board - ruling that it could not permit the grade 12 student to take his twenty-one-year-old date to the prom - Marc Hall calle
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Mar 21, 2002

Harper Offers Fresh Start at End of Day

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When the results of the Canadian Alliance leadership race were announced on Wednesday night, many were relieved that there was a clear winner ... and that it wasn't Stockwell Day.
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Mar 5, 2002

Argentine Crisis Pulls Down Earnings at Scotiabank

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"We continue to work closely with the Argentine authorities and have received excellent support from the Canadian government. However, there is still a great deal of uncertainty concerning the implem

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