This showcases the latest issue of The Dominion, Canada’s news from the grassroots, containing many items of interest:
First, there’s the online readers’ survey. By taking a few minutes to fill it out, you’ll be entered to win prizes, like boxes of fair trade chocolate from Just Us!, and books from Gaspereau Press. But more importantly, you’ll help us with information that will be vital when we take our next step in building grassroots media. The survey can be found at
Second, there is a new issue now online, featuring coverage of grassroots responses to the Day of Action, a report from Vancouver’s downtown eastside, Uranium mining in New Brunswick, Canadians in Ecuador, and much more:
We didn’t send out an email about the June issue, which includes a review of Mark Mackinnon’s *New Cold War*, coverage of the recent campaign of the Coalition of Immokalee Workers, and more. So if you missed that, go here:
This summer, our correspondents have been providing special on-the-ground coverage from Haiti and Northern Alberta.
To read Nik Barry-Shaw’s updates from Haiti:
To read updates from the Tar Sands in Northern Alberta: