The May/June 2013 issue of The Dominion is now online!

May 15, 2013

The May/June 2013 issue of The Dominion is now online!

The May/June 2013 issue of The Dominion is now online! Click on this link to download a PDF file of the entire 28-page magazine.

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

Call Us Crazy, by Greg MacDougall. Mad movements organize against ableism, mentalism and more.
Punching Holes in the Desert, by Dawn Paley. Mine exploration by Canadian company spotlighted in double murder.
Ten Stories, Ten Years, by Dominion Editors. Our editors' favourite Dominion stories from the past decade.
Spies that Share, by Tim Groves. Docs show CSIS collaboration with private sector.
Doing the Heavy Lifting, by David Koch. Canada's temporary foreign workers vulnerable to exploitation.
Subminimum on the Prairies, by Sheldon Birnie. Minimum wage for workers with disabilities an ongoing struggle.
Idle No More Beyond Borders, by Jen Wilton and Liam Barrington-Bush. KI First Nation finds common ground at Mesoamerican gathering against mining. 
Testing Allegiances, by Miles Howe. Idle No More highlights the murky waters of solidarity. 
Régie du lentement, by Correy Baldwin. Record wait times at Quebec's rental board affect low-income tenants.
How Sanctuary City Came to Be, by Gwalgen Geordie Dent. Constant Organizing, Perfect Timing Lead to Groundbreaking Motion. 
A Tale of Two Funding Priorities, by Gwalgen Geordie Dent. Conservative Government: Homophibia = OK, Criticising Israeli Government = Not OK. 
Rural Nova Scotia Facing Unique Poverty Challenges, by Robert Devet. Population, infrastructure decline exacerbating poverty problem outside HRM area. 
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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!

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