The January/February 2014 issue of The Dominion is now online!

Jan 15, 2014

The January/February 2014 issue of The Dominion is now online!

The January/February 2014 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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Front Lines: Automated care for veterans, hashtags for Elsipogtog, people power against Barrick Gold (print only)
Tar Sands, Saskatchewan, by Sandra Cuffe. Extreme extraction plans rejected by local residents
Stopping the Flow, by Dan Kellar and Rachel Avery. Line 9 organizing in context.
Undocumented Labour, by Rivka Cymbalist. Changes to refugee health care put women and babies at risk
Toyota Prius Not So Green After All, by Claire Stewart-Kanigan. Algonquin fight threats to land and water from open-pit mining project for hybrid car batteries.
No Support for Peer Support, by Ron Carten. Vancouver Coastal health terminates funding for grassroots mental health network.
BC Premier’s House ‘Fracked’, by murray bush - flux photo. Activists set up fracking rig on Christy Clark’s front lawn.
COVER STORY: Showdown in Elsipogtog, by Miles Howe. Seven months of shale gas resistance in New Brunswick.
Deli Meat Raid Sparks Real-life Food Fight, by Sheldon Birnie. Quest for a better prosciutto leads to showdown with provincial health inspectors.
A Threat to Winnipeg’s Water Supply? by Shelagh Pizey-Allen. Activists raise red flags over lack of meaningful consultation around Energy East pipeline.
Rob Ford and Harm Reduction, by Rob Connell. A personal insight into the Rob Ford drug scandal, harm reduction and the depths of human hypocrisy.
Why Hasn’t Ford Been Charged? by the Toronto Media Co-op. Cuts and murders are much better reasons to criticize Toronto mayor.
Opposition to Enbridge Grows, by Coop Média de Montréal, photos by Arij Riahi (print only).