The November/December 2013 issue of The Dominion is now online!

Nov 15, 2013

The November/December 2013 issue of The Dominion is now online!

The November/December 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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Frontlines: Jailed migrants on hunger strike, Indigenous blockades interrupt extractives, violence erupts in Iraq, Guatemala (Print only)

‘Namwayut: We Are All One, by murray bush - flux photo. Marching for Truth & Reconciliation (Print only)

My Letter to Rob Ford, by Taylor Flook.
Queer Struggles are Class Struggles, by Shay Enxuga. Halifax queer and trans workers at forefront of service worker and barista movement.
Anishinaabe Student Files Human Rights Complaint Against Dalhousie, by Miles Howe. University insists no misallocation of Aboriginal funding from Shell Canada
Penobsquis: “New Brunswick’s dirty little secret”, by Rana Encol. Potash and gas industry is thriving, but residents worry about their health and the environment.
Wheat Next? by Kyle Farquharson. What the end of the Wheat Board’s single desk means in the long run.
“My generation has stood up and said ‘No more,’” by Aaron Lakoff. Hundreds gather for 4th Annual Unis’tot’en Action Camp against pipelines in ‘BC’.
Uranium’s Chilling Effects, by Sandra Cuffe. Community participation stifled as industry expands in northern Saskatchewan (Online soon!)
Unfair Shares, by Tim McSorley & Dawn Paley.  Did opposition to a Canadian mine in Mexico drive divestment?
The End of Impunity? by Arij Riahi. Indigenous Guatemalans bring Canadian mining company to court.
An upstream battle, by Nat Marshik. Ottawa still blocking salmon conservation on the west coast
Canadians Freed from Cairo Prison, by Montreal Media Co-op. Thousands of Egyptians murdered or jailed as repression continues. (Print only)
Lessons in Colonialism, by Matthew Brett. An interview with Idle No More-Quebec co-founder.
Conservatives Commemorate “Victims of Communism,” by Saira Peesker. Monuments not usually spurred by politicians, expert says
In Too Deep, by Heather Meek.