Inverness to celebrate its centennial
in fine style
(16/4/04) INVERNESS --In this, its centennial
year, there is new optimism in the community and young people are beginning
to return to shape a new Inverness for the 21st century.
Halifax Forum commemorates Day of the Land
--In commemoration of Palestinian Land Day, a vibrant cultural and political
evening was held in Halifax on April 1 by the Halifax Political Forums.
Bush Declaration: letter of condemnation to Canadian Minister of Foreign
statements by President Bush, allowing Israel to annex the illegal settlements
in the West Bank, is a blatant violation of international law."
Under the Guns of Falluja
(13/4/04) FALLUJA --Trucks, oil tankers, tanks are burning on the highway
east to Falluja.
-- Day of the Land: Symbol of Palestinian Resistance
(15/4/04) --March 30 marked Yom-el-Ard, the 29th anniversary of the Day
of the Land, a symbol of Palestinian resistance.
Dossier on Palestine released to the Cuban public
I learned from my father"
(16/4/04) HALIFAX --On February 14 at the regular Saturday public gathering
of the Arab Union of Cuba (UAC), a delegation from the Dossier on Palestine,
published by shunpiking, was warmly received and given the floor to introduce
the book-length work to the Cuban public.
(16/4/04) HAVANA --"What I learned from my father was to love Palestine, the land of his birth"
B.C. First Nations
launches sour gas lawsuit sour gas
"We must be able to
hunt and fish and live on our land again... "
for whom? (4/22/04) New Brunswick is fighting
the Joshua Bernard Decision.
Bernard Decision: Some facts behind the
ANDREA BEAR NICHOLAS
Vandalism: Rex Murphy on anti-semitic messages
(15/4/04) HALIFAX --There is a wave of provocations under way against
the unity of the Canadian people, against what tends to draw them together.
happy compromise: hate crime reporting in the Globe & Mail
(14/4/04) PETERBOROUGH --The Globe and Mail is a respectable paper. It's
probably the most respectable paper in Canada. What's more, it's not owned
by hard-line Zionists; Toronto has Izzy Asper's National Post to fill
hockey Nike -- Canadian, Eh?
--Bauer Nike Hockey Inc. is cutting more than 300 jobs as it closes a
hockey stick factory in Cambridge and a goalie equipment facility in Mississauga,
which are both in Ontario.
River in the Spring
A little rain stop
us from our canoe trip down South River? Never!
RANDY F. LAUFF
Hikes, Rambles & Outings
it's maple syrup season
- Maple sugar camps in Nova Scotia:
where to go
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