The March/April 2013 issue of The Dominion is now online! Click on this link to download a PDF file of the entire 24-page magazine.
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Idle No More: Where the Mainstream Media Went Wrong, by Leanne Simpson. Self-representing the people's movement.
War on Weeds, by Larry Powell. Manitoba farmers grappling with impacts and legality of municipal herbicide use.
No Justice Anywhere, by Arij Riahi. Supreme Court shuns survivors of Congo massacre linked to Canadian mining firm.
Plan Nord Be Dammed! by Aaron Lakoff. Innu reject Quebec government's "North for all" plan.
The Way the Town is Now, by Moravia de la O. Canadian mine bring violence and social division to Oaxacan community.
Positive Approaches to Stigma, by Phoebe Yu. Groups advocate for peer support, traditional learning for Aboriginal women with HIV/AIDS.
Idle No More Across Turtle Island, by Tim Groves. An interactive map showing the breadth of Idle No More actions last January.
Ontario Teachers Rally Workers, by Scott Neigh. Broad coalition of workers is the best hope in the fight against austerity.
An Unpopular Fight, by Hillary Bain Lindsay. Ditch the warships; opt for green jobs, affordable housing and early education.
Racism in the Nova Scotia Home, by Ben Sichel and Jackie Barkley. Institution created by Black Nova Scotians in a context of unrelenting racism.
What if Natives Stop Subsidizing Canada? by Dru Oja Jay. Resources extracted from Indigenous territories fuel national economy.
Oil and Gas Reserves Never Idle, by Zig Zag. Chief's using Idle No More to advance their political and economic agenda.
Understanding People Power, by Bineshii. Tactical diversity, not peacefulness, key for successful movements.
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