January/February issue of The Dominion is now online!

Jan 9, 2013

January/February issue of The Dominion is now online!

The January/February 2013 issue of The Dominion is now online! Click on this link to download a PDF file of the entire 24-page magazine.

All of our original content is also available online, if you prefer to peruse the articles individually:

The Wall of Silence, by Simon Van Vliet. Systematic protection of police who kill leaves victims' loved ones in the dark.

Criminalizing Non-disclosure, by Ashley Fortier. AIDS activists see recent Supreme Court ruling as major step backwards.

Wild Wild Weather, by David Koch. "Unprecedented" weather hits Ontario fruit farmers hard.

Canadian Mining on Trial, by Dawn Paley. Guatemalan delegation travelling to Toronto to challenge corporate impunity.

Has the Freshwater Fish Marketing Act Gone Stale?, by Sheldon Birnie. Criticisms levelled at western Canadian Crown corporation focus on fish waste, inability to compete.

Wild Foods in the Urban Economy, by Matt Hanson. Calgary groups harvest awareness in the face of rising food prices.

Small Town, Big Screen, by Megan Kinch. Campbellford residents establish co-operative to save theatre.

The issue also includes edited versions of content by contributors to Media Co-op locals:

Twenty-first Century Midwifery, by Palmira Boutilier. Not in Nova Scotia.

Honouring Truth: A Public Reading, by Esther Shannon. Independent report on missing and murdered women reveals depth of discrimination.

The Gentry and Their Flames, by George Street Residents. Gentrification through fire in Toronto's east end.

Raising Resistance, by murray bush - flux photo. Vancouver rallies to support Unist'ot'en camp evictions of pipeline surveyors.

CETA and Halifax Regional Municipality, by Robert Devet. While other municipalities and mayors batten down the hatches, HRM greets trade agreement with open arms.

And finally, our ever-popular Front Lines is a shorter, edited version of November in Review.

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Many, many thanks to all of the contributors, copy editors, fact-checkers, editors, sustainers and readers who helped shape this issue. We're looking forward to the next one!

The Media Co-op Editorial Collective