May/June 2007: Volume 41, Number 3


Is a superhighway shaping the economic and political future of Canada? That’s what Richard D. Vogel argues in the cover story of the current issue of Canadian Dimension. We also celebrate May Day with articles on “women’s” work (by Bernadette Wagner) and human trafficking (by Amardeep Kaur Gill) in our second-annual feature, Labour Activists who are Changing the World, and we get the dirt on Canadian mining companies operating in Guatemala and Honduras.

Table of Contents


Looking at Labour

Canada Mines the South

All That’s Left

  • An American Socialist in Saskatchewan
  • Israeli Colony
  • Reinventing Language
  • White Snow, White People, White Lies
  • Vulture Culture
  • Aboriginal Feminism
  • Neoliberalism’s Bully Boys

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