Craig Segal

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Jul 22, 2003

Status struggle winds down

Craig Segal
In April 2002, when Canada resumed deporting some Algerian refugee applicants after a five-year moratorium, Massaouda Kellou plunged into activism for the first time in her life, as did her husband a
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Nov 14, 2001

The New Red Menace

Craig Segal
Refugees. Immigrants. Terrorists. Newfound fears are driving new laws that are sure to affect the first two groups, in the name of controlling the third. Chances are that a lot of innocents will pay
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Sep 14, 2001

Students without Class

Craig Segal
Laith Marouf and Tom Keefer were expelled and banned from Concordia University after they were accused of scuffling with security guards there. The school's student union says the students have been
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Aug 10, 2001

Steely Resolve

Craig Segal
A mining company manages to do what would have seemed impossible a decade ago. Mohawks, farmers and the residents of Oka seem to be united in their opposition to a proposed niobium mine, which they b
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Jun 9, 2001

Conscientious Investors

Craig Segal
A Montreal investment group believes there's more to changing business practices than waving a sign around. Investors are holding votes to tell their companies how to behave. And in today's image-con
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