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Nov 22, 2005

Fennario's art and politics in the Pointe

Sean Mills
There is a strange pattern to the reviews of <i>Condoville</i>, David Fennario'shit play. It has been described as witty and entertaining, a hilarious look at inner citylife, a &#147;triumph,&#148; t
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Oct 29, 2005

Canada and Quebec: The <i>Breaking Point</i>

Yee-Guan Wong
In our society the words &#147;Do you agree,&#148; starts the question that too many answer with yes, leading to a life of togetherness, foreverness 'till death do them part&#226;e&#166; at least unt
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Sep 2, 2005

Women in IT: How are we doing?

Krista Scott-Dixon
Let us say that I ask my sysadmin (systems administrator) how she resuscitated my email after it choked on a piece of rather bony code. She might respond, &#147;Well Krista, I telnet'ed to 110 and lo
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Sep 1, 2005

King Ralph and 'special interests' in Alberta

Trevor W. Harrison, Bill Johnston and Harvey Krahn
The Ralph Klein revolution marked a turning point in Alberta history. Populist mobilization in Alberta had a long history of focusing upon external enemies such as banks, railroads or the federal gov
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Aug 31, 2005

Carving order from chaos

Steven Edwin Laffoley
Alex Colville began painting during World War II. In 1944, he travelled with Canadian troops to aliberated Bergen-Belsen, a Nazi concentration camp. After the war, he painted meticulous, detailed im
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Aug 30, 2005

Beyond censorship: Feminists and pornography

Judy Rebick
There has never been a more polarized debate within the women's movement than the debate over pornography. While there had always been some discussion on the issue among women in Canada, intense orga
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Aug 29, 2005

Starting down the road to leftism

Ian McKay
The general state of affairs, we are told again and again, every day, by a hundred voices and in a hundred ways, is the only way things can possibly be: all of these massive patterns are beyond human
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Jul 26, 2005

Network news as counter-reality

Steven Laffoley
Certainly, it wasn't what I expected to hear from a CNN news anchor. But there it was &#151; striking honesty about the news. Arms waving for emphasis, the host of the CNN morning show passionately c
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Jul 25, 2005

New film compares similar lands

Swati Sharan Anand
In 1944, Iceland, a desperately poor island, became independent from Denmark. Five years later, Newfoundlanders voted to join Canada. A new film explores the differences and similarities of these two
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Jul 11, 2005

The Karla-versus-the-media show

There are times when I'm not all that proud to be a journalist &#151; times when the grand old profession, throwing its last shreds of dignity out the window, embarrasses me. This happens at the sigh

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