School Dispatch

The fight on Treaty 6 against clear-cutting. The TPP will enable businesses to determine workers’ mobility rights. Police officers are stationed in high schools across Toronto under the guise of school safety. Responding to the corporatization of social media. Confronting the erasure of Indigenous women and two-spirited people in HIV movements. Who controls the climate discourse? Plus an excerpt from Fault Lines: Life and Landscape in Saskatchewan’s Oil Economy, book reviews, and more! Cover art by Raz Latif.

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    Deep Cuts

    What’s at stake in Sylvia McAdam Saysewahum’s fight against the clearcutting of her land?

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    Trading On Mobility

    The Trans-Pacific Partnership expands the role of private businesses in determining workers’ access to Canada and their mobility rights.

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    School Dispatch

    Police officers are stationed in high schools across Toronto under the guise of ensuring school safety. With powers to search and arrest students, they criminalize student conduct and build mistrust and alienation among marginalized students.

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    Holding Out for Un-alienated Communication

    How should independent technologists and communicators respond to the corporatization of social media?

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    Inside Saskatchewan’s Oil Economy

    How are workers in the oil and gas industry affected by Saskaboom’s bust?

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    States of Emergency

    In this Andrea Walker Memorial Fund winning piece, Lindsay Nixon explores what makes the colonial world risky for Indigenous peoples with HIV.

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    The End of Protest

    Micah White’s conclusion – that the future of efforts to change society will be a combination of electoral politics and cultural “meme warfare” – misses the mark.

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    Who Controls the Climate Discourse?

    Do we have a problem imagining carbon neutrality?

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    Feet to the Flame

    Introducing the January/February 2017 issue.