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August 15, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

The Co-op Covers Council

Aug. 14: Ice rinks are consolidated, seniors get free transit, and public property election signs get the boot

» Story: by Natascia L

August 14, 2012 • Coop Média de Montréal

Update on the Quebec Student Strike

Colleges vote on continuing the strike in Montreal and environs

» Story: by Dawn Paley

August 14, 2012 • Toronto Media Co-op

Ramadan Riot 2010, Maplehurst CC

» Blog: posted by alex hundert

August 14, 2012 • Coop Média de Montréal

Montreal Radical Dyke March will be a "Collective Coming Out"

Hundreds expected at city's first ever Dyke March

» Story: by Tim McSorley

August 13, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

The Health Inequities of Race and Proximity to Toxic Industry in Nova Scotia

NSPIRG launches new web site on environmental justice and environmental racism in Nova Scotia

» Story: by Candice Cascanette

August 11, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

PetroWorth Granted Extension for Exploratory Oil Well Drilling Near Lake Ainslie

The Margaree Environmental Association loses its Nova Scotia Supreme Court appeal to prevent PetroWorth’s progress

» Story: by Natascia L

August 10, 2012 • Media Co-op

GroundWire July 29, 2012 Edition

Musqueam People continue to struggle to protect Cesna'em, Preservation of the Tsúùt’ìnà Gunaha & BC Supreme Court on assisted suicide

» Listen: by GroundWire Production

August 9, 2012 • Halifax Media Co-op

Lights Out

Businesspeople left feeling powerless in Grand Bahama

» Story: by Miles Howe

August 9, 2012 • Coop Média de Montréal

Montreal-Nord stand up: part two

An interview with MC Emrical on the fourth anniversary of the death of Fredy Villanueva

» Story: by Brendan Edwards

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