The July/August issue of The Dominion went to print today, and we can't wait to send it to your mailboxes!
Not a subscriber yet? You'll want to sign up by Sunday afternoon, because you won't want to miss this issue:
Featuring a focus on Latin America, Dawn Paley's explosive new piece on Canada's involvement in training Mexican police officers raises serious questions our country's relationship Mexico's controversial federales. You'll also be able to read pieces about Canada's support for Honduras' post-coup government, and human rights abuses in Colombia thanks to Canuck mining companies – as well as what brave and devoted community organizers are doing about it.
It isn't just the content we're excited about, though, but the container too! The Dominion is going through a facelift to give a fresher look to the serious reporting you've come to expect from us. We hope you like it, and want your feedback too: Let us know what you think by emailing email@example.com.
By becoming a member of the Media Co-op, you not only receive a subscription to The Dominion; you also help fund the reporting, editing, design and background work that make both the magazine and the Media Co-op network possible. Signing up as a monthly sustainer today will help us continue that work.
And a big thank you to everyone who signed up in May. Membership Month was a huge success this year - we'll be sending out a separate note soon with more information!
While you're waiting for issue #83 of The Dominion, make sure to check out some of the pieces from the last two weeks :
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We're also pleased to announce that we're hiring a co-ordinator for our new “Community Journalism Across Generations” mentorship program. The program will pair veteran, older journalists with early-carreer journalists and media activists. The position is based in Montreal and funded through Heritage Canada's New Horizons fund. Deadline to apply for the co-ordinator position is June 26.
In other hiring news, we're sad to say goodbye to Stephanie Law, who has left as our Vancouver-based editor for exciting new projects in Toronto. But we're excited to announce that long-time Media Co-op contributor Sandra Cuffe has been hired! Welcome Sandra!
Happy reading and in solidarity,
The Media Co-op team