The September/October 2013 issue of The Dominion is now online!

Sep 17, 2013

The September/October 2013 issue of The Dominion is now online!

The September/October 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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4th Annual Unis’tot’en Action Camp, by Aaron Lakoff. Activists converge on unceded land for fight against pipelines.
Another Climate Threshold Ignored, by Crystel Hajjar. Full steam ahead for Canada’s tar sands as CO2 levels rise.
Walking the Walk, by Arij Riahi and Tim McSorley. Gathering in northern Alberta aims to heal land and bolster spirits.
No Home on the Range, by Sandra Cuffe. Indigenous resistance to the Cold Lake Air Weapons Range
Governing Gender, by Ashley Fortier. Transgender activists fi ght for crucial changes to Quebec’s Civil Code.
Medical Errors, by Brendan K. Edwards. Abuse and intimidation at McGill affi liated hospitals.
Reviving Homegrown Dollars, by Alina Konevski. How BC’s Salt Spring Dollars inspire community currencies the world over.
Haiti in the Time of Cholera, by Matthew Davidson. International push for justice and reparations heats up.
Activist Journalists Arrested at London Home, by Darryl Richardson and Megan Kinch. Computers and video equipment confi scated over graffi ti charge.
“We Want Our Meds!” by J. Den. Ontario Hepatitis C Action Coalition demands access to treatment.
Raids Terrorize Dixon Community, by Shafiqullah Aziz. Flash grenades and battering rams distress mostly Somali community.
John Levi Released After Weekend in Jail, by Miles Howe. Crown stumbles in attempt to incarcerate Elsipogtog war chief, asks that he give no advice to community.
The Cost of Silence, by Sarah Slaunwhite with files from Maxime Daigle. How Southwestern Energy has purchased its reputation.
Enbridge No More, says rally on Kanehsatà:ke territory, by Tim McSorley. 23rd anniversary of “Oka Crisis” rally tells oil company to stop developing without Mohawk community consent.