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In the run-up to Copenhagen, Hadani Ditmars escapes to the great Canadian wilderness to contemplate our fragile environment....

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Canadian First Nations internationalize their struggle against the most destructive project on earth

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A West Coast tale of togetherness.

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Why is it that a country that has banned the use of asbestos is still happily producing it for export?

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A military coup in Honduras puts Latin America’s fragile democracy in peril, reports Richard Swift.

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Government purchases of local or sustainable food is much talked about, but it’s hard to name a handful of places where it’s...

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Concern over the Canadian Government's handling of Canada’s tar sands

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Montreal police out of line and in the courts

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Canadian multiculturalism is in rude health and has licked the kinds of problems that crop up in other countries. *Haroon...

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Sissoko’s warm-toned vocals and fluid kora work, counterpointed by Stone’s banjo-picking make for a wonderfully expansive...

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The scramble for Africa’s
mineral wealth is leading to de facto
re-colonization at the hands of mining...

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*Ray Burley* is caught in the cost/price squeeze.

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Guess which country the Radio New Internationalist team is talking about today? Its indigenous people - still...

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Undoubtedly acts of torture are shocking. How could anyone extract information from others by breaking their back or boiling...

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