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Megan Devlin | Barrick Gold's gold, silver and copper mines for the Pan Am medals are under fire for alleged environmental and human rights violations.
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Nick Fillmore | What would you do if a massive project ran $1.1 billion over budget? Well, that's the situation Ontario taxpayers are left in with the Pan Am Games.
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Krystalline Kraus | The group of about 100 demonstrators first gathered at 7:00 p.m. at Berczy park (Front Street and Church Street) before swarming their way through downtown to reach the hotel.
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Krystalline Kraus | March on July 5 comes on eve of the Pan American Climate and Economic Summits
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Krystalline Kraus | The one day festival has been organized by Suzanne Smoke of the Georgina Arts Centre and Gallery with the Grand Entry at 12:00 pm.
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GroundWire: Community Radio News | This episode of GroundWire features headline stories about Bill C-51, Tibetian National Uprising Day, and PanAm and Parapan Am Games medals.
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Paul Aird | This biocide will flow from our playing fields into the sewers and then into Lake Ontario. It will rise into the air, into our buildings, into our lungs.
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John Bonnar | Toronto city councillor Adam Vaughan says “we need to think differently about how we manage our cities and create public policy to protect the public good.”
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John Bonnar | Last November, University College faculty and students first learned of a plan to replace the open green space behind the College with two fenced-in field hockey pitches at a cost of $9.5 million.
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The F Word | Interview with sport journalist Laura Robinson on the past year in women's sport and the International Olympic Committee's consistent obstruction of women’s equal access to international sport events.
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John Bonnar | "The proponents of a yes-side misinformed students stressing, ‘Vote No and Lose It All'," said Joeita Gupta, VP External of the Association of Part-time Undergraduate Students and Student Governor.
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Linda McQuaig | No cost has been spared in mounting a giant spectacle of spandex-clad athletes performing dazzling feats in massive public venues. Nobody seems to be letting the $6 billion price tag get in the way.