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Small Magazine of the Year! (http://2th.is/2011MagOfYear)
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Today in the magazine, Katherine Hudson reports from Nunavut on the conflict over the northern whale hunt, which has pitted environmentalists against Inuit communities who say the hunt is a key part of their culture:
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Today in the magazine, Denise Deby writes about Engineers Without Borders’ innovative “Admitting Failure” project, which encourages NGOs to share stories of project failure so that everyone can learn from them:
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This afternoon on the blog, Rosemary Sullivan tells us about her new kids' book, co-written with Chilean-Canadian author Juan Opitz, that draws its inspiration from resistance to the dictatorship of Augusto Pinochet:
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Today in the magazine, Melissa Wilson profiles the Dancer Transition Resource Centre, which provides career counseling, mentoring, and training for artists at the end of their dance performance careers:
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Here's part one of Lia Grainger's video: Visit our blog at this.org to see parts 2 and 3:
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Today on the blog, Lia Grainger sends another dispatch from the U.S., where she met up with Occupy Harvard and shot a series of videos with “American Fascists” author and Nation columnist Chris Hedges:
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Today in the magazine, Matthew Strader meets the farmers of Melancthon Township fighting to stop a megaquarry that would destroy thousands of acres of prime farmland:
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Today on the blog, Megan Harris writes about two new safe-injection sites coming to Quebec City and Montreal following the Insite Supreme Court decision earlier this fall:
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This afternoon on the blog, Lia Grainger sends another dispatch from the U.S., where she's covering the American Occupy movements. This time, she talked to marchers from Occupy the Highway, the mobile protest that wound its way from New York to Washington. There's reason to believe mobile protests may be the next crucial stage of the Occupy movement:
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And last but not least, here's the winner of the 2011 Great Canadian Literary Hunt short fiction category, Andrew Shenkman’s “Salt Water”:
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