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Issue dateCoverArticleLocationTopicAuthorGender of authorQuoted human sourcesGender of source

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingEditorial: Dying for a mistakeAfghanistan Foreign policy/MilitaryGraham F. ScottMaleJohn Kerry (quoted, Senator)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingInterview: In the jointVancouver, BCMarijuana/Drug policyPaul MclaughlinMaleMarc Emery (interviewed, marijuana advocate "Prince of Pot")Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingThis& That: Missing in inactionToronto, ONMissing native women/violence toward womenJorge Antonio VallejosMaleRobyn Bourgeois (interviewed, co-founder of Coalition Against Violence Everywhere -- CAVE)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingRobbyn Zwaigenbaum (interviewed, co-founder of Coalition Against Violence Everywhere -- CAVE)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingThis &That: Crashing the marketEcuador/TorontoMining company in EcuadorJennifer MooreFemaleMarcia Ramirez (interviewed, resident of Intag valley in Ecuador/suing the TSX)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingThis &That: Shoot to liveVancouver, BCInsite safe injection/Drug policySukaina HirjiFemaleMark Townsend (interviewed, an Insite representative)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingThis & That: The bug bitesCanadaFlu shots/EthicsMelissa WatsonFamaleWriter's perspective (Freelance writer)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingThis & That: How to dismantle a political dynastyAlbertaPolitics/Proportional representationLindsay KnetemanFemaleAlvin Finkel (interviewed, Athabasca University history professor)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingThis & That: The social (media) contractCanadaPolitics/Social mediaJen GersonFemaleWriter's perspective (freelance writer)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingLooking out for our ownIraqCanadian peacekeepers in IraqJames LoneyMaleFirst-person account (Toronto peace activist and writer/author)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingPatriot gamesCanada, Mexico, Czech RepublicPolitics/Foreign policy/ImmigrationBruce M. HicksMaleWriter's perspective (an associate at the Canada Research Chair in Electoral Studies at the Universite de Montreal)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingThe pay's lousy, but the hours are longCanadaEconomy/Recession/JobsEllen RussellFemaleWriter's perspective (economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingLegalize: Hard drugs: Addicted to failureCanadaDrug policy/AddictionKatie AddlemanFemaleNaomi Klein (quoted, Canadian author and journalist)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingJim Chu (quoted, vancouver police chief)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingJerry Paradis (interviewed, judge, Harper critic)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingMichael C. Chettleburgh (quoted, criminal policy consultant/authority on street gangs)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingConst. David Bratzer (interviewed)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingJack Cole (interviewed, executive director of Law Enforcement Against Prohibition/international org formed by authorities on crime)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingDarryl Plecas (interview, professor of criminology/RCMP Research Chair in Crime Reduction)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingJeffrey Miron (interviewed, Harvard economist)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingKyle Grayson (quoted, author of "Chasing Dragons: Security, Identity and Illicit Drugs in Canada")Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingLegalize: Hate speech: Sound of silenceCanadaHate speech/Free speechLaura KusistoFemaleEvelyn Hall (quoted, well known English writer)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingBernie Farber (quoted, CEO of Canadian Jewish Congress)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingLegalize: Suicide: Go gentlyCanadaSuicide/Dignity in deathTim FalconerMalePierre Trudeau (quoted, as Justice Minister)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingLegalize: Music piracy: Breaking recordsCanadaMusic piracy/"Stealing"Jordan Heath RawlingsMaleJake Daynes (interviewed, 18-year-old Vancouverite)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingEddie Schwartz (interviewed, president of Songwriters Association of Canada)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingEmm Gryner (interviewed, indie singer/songwriter)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingMichael Geist (interviewed, prof internet and e-commerce law)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingGraham Henderson (quoted, Canadian Recording Industry Pres)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingTrent Reznor (quoted, Nine Inch NailsMale

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingBilly Bragg (quoted, musician)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingLegalize: Raw milk: Sacred cowsCanadaUnpasteurized milk/LegalizeRosemary CounterFemaleMichael Schmidt (interviewed, dairy farmer)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingBill Mitchell (interviewed, spokesperson for Dairy Farmers of Ontario)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingFeature: After the TigersSri Lanka/CanadaActivism/Tamil TigersMeena NallainathanFemaleKeerthan Keneshalingam (interviewed, 12-year-old Sri Lankan)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingFriend of writer (quoted)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingConst. R. Manoharan (quoted, Tamil)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingChinnia Rajeshkumar (interviewed, activist)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingNirmala Rajasingam (interviewed, activist)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingRohini Hensman (interviewed, activist)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingKopalasingham Sritharan (interviewed, activist)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingPostcard from: San Salvador: Party animalsSan SalvadorPolitics/CorruptionAaron CainMaleFirst-person account (worked in San Salvador as an election observer, freelance writer, more?)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingIn profile: Off the reservationToronto, ONAboriginal issues/Urban Aboriginals/PovertyLisa CharleyboyFemaleNadya Kwandibens (interviewed, photographer)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingRyan Rice (quoted, co-founderof Aboriginal Curatorial Collective)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingArts and Ideas: Fugitives from the chain gangToronto, ONBusiness/Books/Indie bookstores v. chainsDaniel TencerMaleSusan Dayus (interviewed, executive director of the Canadian Booksellers Association)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingMarc Glassman (interviewed, founder and owner of indie bookstore Pages)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingJames Mullin (quoted, co-owner of Vancouver's Tanglewood Books)Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingTheatre: Night of the livingToronto, ON/Baffin IslandAboriginal issues/SuicideCameron TulkMaleChristopher Morris (interviewed, playwrite, "Night")Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingRead this: Doctors' ordersCanadaH1N1/BooksAndrea Grassi (freelancer)FemaleReview/Writer's perspective …Dr. Bonnie Henry (not quoted or interviewed, author/doctor/director of Public Health Emergency Management at the B.C. Centre for Disease Control)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingScreen: How the other 1% livesWorldCapitalism/DocumentaryDorothy Woodend (freelance writer, film programmer)FemaleReview/Writer's perspective …Michael Moore (not quoted or interviewed, documentary filmmaker)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingWeb: Attack of the slacktivistsCanada/WorldOnline activismNavneet AlangMaleFirst-person account, Evgeny Morozov (quoted, "leading thinker on the political impact of the web")Male

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingJane Zhang (interviewed, program director of Techsoup Canada)Female

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Nov/Dec 2009Legalize everythingBooks: Best books of the naughty eraCanada/WorldBooksDarryl WhetterMaleWriter's perspective (then creative writing professor at Dalhousie University/author)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsEditorial: The race downhillCanada/WorldVancouver Olympics/Government spendingGraham F. ScottMaleWriter's perspective (Editor of This Magazine)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsInterview: Shirts versus skinsCanada/WorldAboriginal issues/Fashion/European Union's sealskin banPaul MclaughlinMaleAaju Peter (interviewed, Inuk clothing designer, lawyer and activist)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsThis & That: Schoolhouse rocksSheshatshiu/Labrador, NFLDAboriginal issues/ Suicide/AddictionDenis CalnanMaleKanani Penashue (interviewed, community education director)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsAnastasia Qupee (interviewed, Sheshatshiu Innu First Nation Chief)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsClarence Davis (interviewed, school principal)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsThis & That: Greenwashed: Burnt offeringsWorldEnvironment/Carbon emissions/ Climate changeBrad BadeltMaleKevin Aschim (interviewed, interim chair for the Canadian Biochar Initiative)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsThis & That: Strong feelings about…Slum tourismWorldPovertyMariellen WardFemaleShelley Seale (interviewed, author of The Weight of Silence: Invisible Children of India)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsRonjon Lehiri (interviewed, director of India Tourism in Toronto)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsThis & That: Whatever happened to…Asbestos: Making a killingCanada/WorldHealth/ExportsJasmine RezaeeFemaleKathleen Ruff (interviewed, founder and coordinator of Right On Canada's anti-asbestos trade)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsThis & That: List: We're number one!CanadaPatriotismKim Hart MacNeilFemaleWriter's perspective (This Mag intern)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsThis & That: Graphic: Assault of the earthCanadaEnvironment/Road saltNick Taylor-VaiseyMaleWriter's perspective (intern? Freelancer?)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsThis & That: Education: Teach the controversyB.C./CanadaEducation/the Olympics/Politics/FundingRaina DelisleFemaleGordon Campbell (quoted, then B.C. premier)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsKash Heed (quoted, B.C. Solicitor General)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsAimee Carbonneau (interviewed, Toronto midwife for the public sector)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsJan Catano (unclear whether interviewed or quoted "according to", co-founder of the Midwifery Coalition of Nova ScotiaFemale

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsThis & That: Health: Ready for deliveryNova Scotia/CanadaHealth/MidwiferyChris BenjaminMaleWriter's perspective (Nova Scotia freelance writer/author)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsThis & That: Politics: The undiscovered provinceCanadaAboriginal issues/PoliticsBruce M. HicksMaleWriter's perspective (teaches Can politics at Concordia/an associate at the Canada Research Chair in Electoral Studies at the Universite de Montreal)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: We got gamed: Doctor NoVancouver/CanadaVancouver Olympics/Government spending/Corporate marketingCate SimpsonFemaleChristopher Shaw (interviewed, assistant professor of Ophthalmology at UBC/founder of No Games 2010/lead spokesperson for 2010 Watch)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: We got gamed: Come out to playVancouver/CanadaQueer issuesKim Hart MacNeil FemaleDean Nelson (interviewed, organizer of Pride House safe space for queer athletes/CEO of GayWhistler)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: We got gamed: MathleticsVancouver/CanadaVancouver Olympics/Government spendingJasmine RezaeeFemaleWriter's perspective, research (freelancer? Intern?)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: We got gamed: For a few dollars moreVancouver/CanadaVancouver Olympics/Government spendingKim Hart MacNeil FemaleWriter's perspective, research (Intern)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: We got gamed: Land claims: This land is whose land?Vancouver, BCVancouver Olympics/Aboriginal issuesJasmine RezaeeFemaleGord Hill (interviewed, editor of No2010.com/from the Kawkwaka'wakw Nation)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsTewanee Joseph (quoted, executive director and CEO of Four Host First Nations)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: We got gamed: In the zone?Vancouver/CanadaVancouver Olympics/ActivismKim Hart MacNeil FemaleWriter's perspective, research (Intern)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: We got gamed: Word on the streetVancouver, BCVancouver Olympics/Poverty/Addiction/Women's rightsHarsha WaliaFemaleStella August (interviewed, member of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside Power to Women)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsAnne Marie Monks (interviewed, member of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside Power to Women)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsPriscillia Mays (interviewed, member of Vancouver's Downtown Eastside Power to Women)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: Medals: Bauble headsVancouver/CanadaVancouver Olympics/EnvironmentKim Hart MacNeil FemaleWriter's perspective, research (Intern)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: Everyone's a little bit racistToronto/CanadaRacismLisan JutrasFemaleAyman Al-Yassini (interviewed, Canadian Race Relations Foundation)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsTina Lopes (interviewed, Toronto-based race-relations educator)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsNouman Ashraf (interviewed, Muslim/was head of the department of anti-racism and cultural diversity at U of T)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsEstella Muyinda (interviewed, ran an organization called National Anti-Racism Council of Canada -- NARCC)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsPasha Malla (interviewed, writer/author)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsAnonymous (interviewed, friend)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsAnonymous (interviewed, friend)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsPeter (interviewed, friend)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsSylvia Brinton Perera (interviewed, "Jungian psychoanalyst"/author)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the Olympics"Avery" (interviewed, "Quiddinese" former co-worker)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsFeature: Re-making the gradeOttawa/CanadaEducationAmanda CoscoFemaleDenis Rancourt (interviewed, University of Ottawa physics professor)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsAlan Sears (interviewed, sociology professor at Ryerson University)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsDavid Noble (interviewed, history professor at York University)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsStanley Fish (quoted, professor of law at the University of Florida/columnist for the New York TimesMale

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsPeggy Keall, (interviewed, professor of urban studies at York University)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsPostcard from: London: Hackers for AfricaLondon/Uganda/MalawiWeb/Technology/PovertySiena AnstisFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer?)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsIn profile: Witnesses to warAfghanistan/CanadaArt/War/Conflict/MilitaryNick Taylor-VaiseyMaleSharon McKay (interviewed, young-adult novelist/author of "War Brothers"Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsArts & Ideas: Spotlight: Death of the obituaryCanadaRecession/Obituaries/Print media/JournalismChristopher OlsonMaleAlan Hustak (interviewed, 30-year veteran obit writer/Globe and Mail writerMale

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsJohn Heald (interviewed, funeral director/vice-president of sales for Tributes.comMale

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsMarilyn Johnson (interviewed, author of "The Dead Beat"/obit writer for Life magazine)Female

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsArts & Ideas: History: Repulsion, indeedEurope/North America/WorldMorality/HistoryDaniel TencerMaleDinos Chapman (quoted, English conceptual artist)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsArts & Ideas: Read This: On the road againHalifax/Canada/WorldBooks/Graphic novelKim Hart MacNeilFemaleMike Holmes (quoted, cartoonist/author)Male

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsArts & Ideas: Web: Hold the phoneTorontoWeb/TechnologyNavneet AlangMaleWriter's perspective (freelance writer and PhD student at York UniverityMale

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Jan/Feb 2010Torched: 9.2 billion reasons to be flaming mad about the OlympicsArts & Ideas: Screen: For your consideration Film/the OscarsJason AndersonMaleWriter's perspective (freelance arts writer)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanEditorial: No money down, no payments, no interestHaiti/CanadaDevelopment/International aidGraham F. ScottMaleWriter's perspective (Editor of This Magazine)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanInterview: Reporter without bordersAfghanistan/CanadaMedia/Foreign policyPaul MclaughlinMaleGraeme Smith (interviewed, Globe and Mail reporter/reporter in Afghanistan)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: Spotlight: Global shipping throttles backCanada/WorldEnvironment/Climate changeAllison MartellFemaleLee Kindberg (interviewed, Maersk's director of environment)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: Easily missed: Dying on the vineEthiopia/WorldInternational developmentJoshua HergesheimerMaleTerefi Tekale (interviewed, former subsistence farmer in Ethiopia)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanFisseha Gizachew (interviewed, MERET-PLUS regional coordinator in Awassa)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: Strong feelings about…Banning burkasCanada/France/WorldReligion/Women's rightsNav PurewalMaleFarzana Shahid-Hassan (interviewed, MCC communications director)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanSalma Siddiqui (interviewed, Muslim Canadian Congress senior vice president)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanNicolas Sarkozy (quoted, French president)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanAlaa Elsayed (interviewed, Islamic Society of North America-Canada's director of religious affairs)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: Progressive detective: Bad receptionCanada/OntarioCellphones/RadiationHerb MathisenMaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: List: Start your own eco-villageCraik, SaskatchewanEnvironment/Urban planningKelly-Anna RiessFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer?)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: Graphic: Have a little faithWorldReligion/PoliticsAlixandra GouldFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: Politics: Inquiring mindsCanada/QuebecPolitics/AccountabilityBruce M. HicksMaleWriter's perspective (teaches Can politics at Concordia/an associate at the Canada Research Chair in Electoral Studies at the Universite de Montreal)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: Homelessness: The Olympics' other legacyVancouver/CanadaHomelessness/OlympicsRaina DelisleFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: Economics: "Golden years" look less shinyCanadaPensions/Economics/Baby boomersMax FawcettMaleHarry Satanove (quoted, actuary and pension advisor)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanThis & That: Death from aboveAfghanistan/CanadaForeign policy/MilitaryJohn DuncanMaleKhowrea Horay (quoted, hospitalized 16-year-old)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanGeneral Mart de Kruiff (quoted, commander of NATO forces in southern Afghanistan)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanU.S. General Stanley McChrystal (quoted)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanNick B. Mills (quoted, author of book about Hamid Karzai)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanGeneral Rick Hillier (quoted)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanU.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates (quoted)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanMatthew Fisher and Mike Blanchfield (quoted, National Post journalists)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanPaul Mason (quoted, former chief of defense staff/retired generalMale

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanMajor Scott Greenough (quoted)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanZbigniew Brzezinski (quoted, former national security advisor to Jimmy Carter)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanFeature: Permanent revolutionCanadaPolitics/ProfileEric RailMaleAnonymous (quoted, waitress)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanMiguel Figueroa (interviewed, leader of the Communist Party of Canada)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanGeorge Hewison (interviewed, former courtroom oponent to Figueroa)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanJohan Boyden (interviewed, General Secretary of the Young Communist League of Canada)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanJustice Anne Molloy (quoted, Ontario Court Justice)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanPeter Rosenthal (interviewed, former CPC lawyer)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanNelson Wiseman (interviewed, associate professor of political science at U of T)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanBlair T. Longley (interviewed, Marijuana Party of Canada leader)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanFeature: Code WarriorsCanada/WorldWeb/Internet/Politics/ActivismAaron BrovermanMaleRon Deibert (interviewed, professor/Citizen Lab's founder and head researcher)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanBarack Obama (quoted, U.S. President)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanJames Tay (interviewed, Citizen Lab member)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanJonathan Doda (interviewed, Citizen Lab's software developer for OpenNet)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanPeter Van Loan (interviewed, Canadian Minister of Public Safety)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanDavid Fewer (interviewed, director of the Canadian Internet Policy and Public Interest Clinic at U of Ottawa)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanPostcard from: Honduras: Birth of the coupHondurasPoliticsAshley Holly McEachernFemaleLuke (quoted, friend)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanAnonymous (quoted, father)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanAnonymous (quoted, hotel owner)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanIn profile: Graphic depictionsWinnipeg, Manitoba/CanadaAboriginal issues/Racism/Sexual assault/Violence against women/Women's rightsSusan PetersFemaleDavid Alexander Robertson (interviewed, Winnipeg author)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanArts & Ideas: Spotlight: Designing the post-oil worldCopenhagen/CanadaEnvironment/Climate justice/Climate changeAlison Garwood-JonesFemaleRick Mercer (quoted, comedian/TV personality)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanBruce Mau (quoted, "design guru")Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanAhmed Zaki Yamani (quoted, sheik)Male

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanAnita McGahan (interviewed, professor at U of T)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanArts & Ideas: Read this: Colonialism for beginnersCanada/North AmericaAboriginal issues/Colonialism/Assimilation/BooksTara-Michelle ZiniukFemaleWriter's perspective (freelance arts writer)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanArts & Ideas: Read this: Read between the (streetcar) linesToronto, ONUrban design/BooksAva BaccariFemaleAmy Lavender Harris (quoted, author of "Imagining Toronto")Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanArts & Ideas: Web: Pirates of high cultureCanada/WorldMusic/PiracyNavneet AlangMaleWriter's perspective (freelance writer and PhD student at York University)Female

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March/April 2010No way out: AfghanistanArts & Ideas: Books: Feel this bookCanada/Worlde-books/BooksDarryl WhetterMaleMilan Kundera (quoted, author of The Art of the Novel)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansEditorial: Women and childrenCanada/WorldG8/Women's rights/HealthGraham F. ScottMaleWriter's perspective (Editor of This Magazine)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansInterview: Rain on her parade?Toronto, ONGay rightsPaul MclaughlinMaleTracey Sandilands (interviewed, 30th Pride organizer)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansThis & That: Spotlight: High time for a changeToronto/CanadaMarijuana/Drug policyAlex ConsiglioMaleAlan Young (interviewed, criminal lawyer for R. v. Clay)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansThis & That: Easily missed: Changing the locksOntario/Canada/U.S.Environment/LawAnya WassenbergFemaleJolanta Kowalski (quoted, Natural Resources spokesperson)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansThis & That: Whatever happened to: Reinventing the wheelTorontoEnvironment/TransportationLyndsie BourgonFemaleSherri Byer (interviewed, coordinator of Toronto bike share)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansThis & That: Greenwashed: Ready to wearCanada/WorldEnvironment/Eco-fashionDayanti KarunaratneFemaleTagreed Boules (interviewed, senior competition law officer for Competition Bureau of Canada)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansThis & That: How-to: Civil disobedience isn't for dummiesToronto/CanadaG20/ActivismGillian BennettFemaleMike Hudema (interviewed but no direct quotes, man behind Greenpeace's Stop the Tar Sands campaign)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansThis & That: Graphic: Redrawing the mapAfricaColonialism/HistoryDaniel TseghayMaleWriter's perspective, research (freelancer)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansThis & That: Politics: Calling wolf on anti-SemitismToronto/Israel/PalestineIsrael/Palestine/PoliticsScott WeinsteinMaleLawrence Hart (quoted, Canada-Israel Committee)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansBenjamin Netanyahu (quoted, former Israeli President)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansDr. Jack Lightstone (quoted, Brock University president) Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansThis & That: Environment: Fighting against shifting windsCanadaEnvironment/Renewable energyAndrea McDowellFemaleWriter's perspective, research (freelancer)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansFeature: A forest foreverBorneo/WorldEnvironment/Humanity/AnimalsShawn ThompsonMaleWillie Smits (interviewed, Dutch scientist)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansMuhammad Trafakhur Rochim (interviewed, Indonesian co-ordinator of human development)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansDr. Siswiyani, single name (interviewed, scientist/project vet)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansErik Meijaard (interviewed, conservation scientist)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansFeature: The Prisoner DilemmaYellowknifeMental health/PrisonsLauren McKeonFemaleGarrett O'Brien (quoted, defense lawyer)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansJudge Bernadette Schmaltz (quoted)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansHoward Sapers (quoted, Canadian federal corrections investigator)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansGuy LeBlanc (interviewed, former deputy warden)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansGwen, last name not given (interviewed, prison guard)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansLydia Bardak (interviewed, NWT's John Howard Society)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansGlenn Flett (interviewed, founder of activist group Long-Term Inmates Now in the Community -- LINC)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansAdrienne Fillatre (interviewed, working to become a registered psychologist at the jail)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansTerry Wallis (interviewed, NSCC program manager)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansTommy, no last name given (quoted, man from Baffin Island)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansCaroline Wawzonek (interviewed, lawyer)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansDana Heide (interviewed, NWT assistant deputy minister for Health and Social Services)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansMelissa Lovatt (interviewed, communications person in the addiction and mental health division of Alberta Health)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansFeature: Quebec's New WaveQuebecFilm/CulturePatricia BaileyFemaleYves-Christian Fournier (interviewed, Quebecois filmmaker)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansRafael Oullet (interviewed, Quebecois filmmaker)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansPostcard from: Concepcion, ChileChileDisaster tourism/EarthquakeEva SalinasFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansIn profile: True ColoursOttawaArt/Graffiti/EnvironmentRob ThomasMaleStefan Thompson (interviewed, graffiti artist)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansArts & Ideas: Spotlight: Risible minoritiesCanadaPoliticsVivian BelikFemalePeter Russell (interviewed, U of T political scientist)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansCatherine Cote (interviewed, University of Ottawa politics professor)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansArts & Ideas: Music: Shameless promotionMontrealMusic/Sexual assaultJenn HardyFemaleAlli Russell (interviewed, musician)Female

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May/June 2010Save the humansArts & Ideas: Art: Artistic CapitalOttawaVisual artChantaie AllickFemaleRichard Banister (interviewed, curator and owner of Snapdragon Gallery in Ottawa)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansBhat Boy (interviewed, painter/artist)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansKomi Olafimihan (interviewed, artist)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansArts & Ideas: Screen: Keeping your enemies closerCanadaFilm/Healthy critiqueDorothy WoodendFemaleWim Wenders (quoted, German director)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansArts & Ideas: Books: The lives of girls and womenCanadaCanLit/Women's rightsDarryl WhetterMaleWriter's perspective (then creative writing professor at Dalhousie University/author)Male

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May/June 2010Save the humansArts & Ideas: Web: Meeting of the mindsCanada/WorldWeb/Technology/CommunityNavneet AlangMaleWriter's perspective (freelance arts writer)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueEditorial: Picking locksCanadaMusic/PiracyGraham F. ScottMaleWriter's perspective (Editor of This Magazine)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueInterview: Judy Rebick: Knock the voteCanadaProportional representation/Women's rights/FeminismPaul MclaughlinMaleJudy Rebick (interviewed, social activist and member of Fair Vote Canada)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueThis & that: Spotlight: Troubled waterNew BrunswickEnvironment/WaterAndrew LivingstoneMaleNancy Hoar (interviewed, Moncton city councillor)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueThis & That: Easily missed: Bitter pillsCanadaHealth/Health policyMichelle ErvinFemaleShawn Buckley (interviewed, president of Natural Health Products Regulations)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueThis & That: Whatever happened to…Gary Freeman/Joseph Pannell: Nowhere manToronto/CanadaActivism/RacismWendy GlauserFemaleNatercia Coelho (interviewed, Freeman/Pannell's wife)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueThis & That: Progressive detective: Period dramaCanada/WorldWomen's healthSarah SnowdonFemaleDr. Jerilynn C. Prior (interviewed, professor of Endocrinology at UBC)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueThis & That: List: How to improve global maternal healthCanada/WorldWomen's health/maternal healthLindsay KnetemanFemaleKatherine McDonald (interviewed but not quoted, executive director of Action Canada for Population and Development)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueThis & That: Graphic: The other other white meatCanadaEnvironment/Genetically modified foodJulia PrinselaarFemaleSteven Liss (interviewed, professor at the University of Guelph/Enviropig spokesperson)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueLucy Sharratt (interviewed, Canadian Biotechnology Action Network)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueThis & That: Politics: Seats of powerCanadaPolitics/Parliamentary reformBruce M. HicksMaleWriter's perspective (teaches Can politics at Concordia/an associate at the Canada Research Chair in Electoral Studies at the Universite de Montreal)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueThis & That: Media: Canwest's Shell gameCanadaEnvironment/Tar Sands/MediaRaina DelisleFemalePaul Knox (interviewed, outgoing chair of the Ryerson School of Journalism)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issuePhyllise Gelfand (interviewed, Canwest director of communications)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueEd Greenberg (interviewed, Shell spokesperson)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueJohn Bennett (interviewed, Sierra Club Executive Director)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueJanet Feasby (interviewed, Advertising Standards Committee Vice-President of Standards)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueThis & That: Rights: The joke's on usB.C./CanadaHuman rightsAndrea WarnerFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueFeature: Parliament needs womenCanadaVoting reform/Women's rightsKatie AddlemanFemaleFaustina Fernandez de Almeida Alves (quoted, Angolan MP)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueLarry Gordon (interviewed, political activist for Fair Vote Canada)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueWendy Bergerud (interviewed, activist/member of Fair Vote/member of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueJune MacDonald (interviewed, chair of Fair Vote Canada's Women for Fair Voting committee)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueFeature: Betting bigCanada/Abu DhabiTar sands/EnvironmentJessica Leigh JohnstonFemaleNicholas Parker (interviewed, founder of Cleantech Group)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueJose Etchverry (interviewed, member of the Faculty of Environmental Studies at York University)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueJohn M. R. Stone (interviewed, adjunct research professor at Carleton)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueSultan Ahmed al Jaber (quoted, CEO of Masdar)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueAnonymous (quoted, questioner at Masdar seminar)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueGerard Evenden (interviewed, lead architect for Masdar City)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueChristopher Davidson (interviewed, fellow at the Institute of Middle Eastern and Islamic Studies at Durham University in the U.K.)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueWilliam Nordhaus (quoted, Yale University economist)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueFeature: He speaks for the treesOntarioEnvironmentAshley WaltersFemaleJoel Theriault (interviewed, environmental activist)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueLinda McCaffrey (interviewed, director of EcoJustice Ottawa)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueSusan Pickering (interviewed, former divisional forester for boreal Ontario/Tembec Enterprises Inc. employee)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueJeanne (interviewed, "his mother" -- Theriault's)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueJohn Steinke (quoted, forest guide)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueRick Lindgren (interviewed, lawyer with the Canadian Environmental Law Association)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueBrennian Lloyd (interviewed, project coordinator of the northern Ontario environmental group)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueLorraine Rekmans (interviewed, former executive director of the National Aboriginal Forestry Association)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueMark Winfield (interviewed, professor at York University)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueAlan Thorne (interviewed, Tembec's chief forester in Ontario)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueJennifer Simard (interviewed, executive director of the Mushkegowuk Environmental Research Centre)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueBrad Morse (interviewed, one of Theriault's law professors)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueIn profile: Adjust your setCanadaCanadian TVEmily LandauFemaleGeorge F. Walker (interviewed, playwright)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueArts & Ideas: Spotlight: All together nowCanadaCanadian musicShaun PettMaleJohn Ralston Saul (quoted, writer)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueLewis Melville (interviewed, longtime member of the WoodChoppers Association)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueDave Clark (interviewed, drummer of Rheostatics)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueOhad Benchetrit (interviewed, Do Make Say Think member)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueTorquil Campbell (interviewed, Stars member)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueDaniel Seligman (interviewed, creative director of Pop Montreal)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issuePeter X (interviewed, Montreal-based musician)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueArts & Ideas: Music: Sing for your supperMontrealCanadian music/Environment/ActivismJenn HardyFemaleVanessa Rodrigues (interviewed, Montreal-based musician)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueArts & Ideas: Read this: Keeping it realCanadaBooksEve TobolkaFemaleAndrew Potter (quoted, author of The Authenticity Hoax)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueDom Deschamps (quoted, Benedictine monk)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueArts & Ideas: Graphic novel: Psychological warfareCanadaMental HealthKim Hart MacNeilFemaleClem Martini (quoted, author)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueArts & Ideas: Fiction: Notes from the undergroundTorontoAddictionSarah BarmakFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueArts & ideas: Poetry: The doctor sees youNew BrunswickHealth/MedicineChantal BraganzaFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Female

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueArts & Ideas: Web: Colonialism.comChina/WorldWeb/InternetNavneet AlangMaleSteven Levy (quoted, prominent journalist)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issueMichael Wolff (quoted, Vanity Fair writer)Male

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July/Aug 2010Voting reform is a feminist issuePostcard from: Rio de JaneiroRio de JaneiroCrime/Women's rightsJen OsborneFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Female

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotEditorial: Liquid assetsCanada/WorldWater/Human rightsGraham F. ScottMaleWriter's perspective (Editor of This Magazine)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotInterview: Rob Spence: Second SightTorontoTechnologyPaul MclaughlinMaleRob Spence (interviewed, Toronto-based filmmaker)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThis & That: Easily missed: Suck it upWorldEnvironment/TechnologyJames JacksonMaleProfessor Dan Shrubsole (interviewed, chair of the geology department at the University of Western Ontario)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThis & That: Greenwashed: One man's trashWorldEnvironment/UpcyclingJenn HardyFemaleBrian Young (interviewed, TerraCycle spokesperson)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotJesse Lemieux (interviewed, sustainability expert/founder of Pacific Permaculture)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThis & That: Strong feelings about: Aboriginal educationCanadaAboriginal issues/EducationDenis CalnanMalePaul Cappon (interviewed, CEO of the Canadian Council on Learning)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThis & That: Whatever happened to…Colony Collapse DisorderWorld/CanadaBumblebees/EnvironmentClaudia CalabroFemaleWriter's perspective, research (freelancer)Female

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThis & That: Graphic: This land was our landCanadaEnvironment/Farming/Urban planningNatalie SamsonFemaleIan Fawcett (interviewed, of the Land Conservatory of B.C.)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThis & That: Calculator: Know your cutsCanadaCharity/PoliticsJesse MintzMaleKhaled Mouammar (interviewed, president of the Canadian Arab Foundation)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThis & That: Development: Too much of a good thingHaiti/CanadaElaisha StokesFemaleAnonymous (quoted, canvasser)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotGeorge Ferks and Bart Klem (quoted, sociologists)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotSean Penn (quoted, actor)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThis & That: Equity: Colour your worldCanadaEquality/Visible minoritiesGary PietersMaleMichaelle Jean (quoted, Governor General at the time)Female

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThis & That: Environment: Nil, baby, nilCanada/WorldEnvironment/Offshore drillingRobert McCandlessMaleWriter's perspective, research (Vancouver-based author of "Yukon Wildlife")Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotFeature: CondemnedMexico/CanadaImmigration/Drug warsAugusta DwyerFemaleJuan Escobedo, name changed (interviewed, Mexican immigrant/state employee)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotAnonymous (quoted, man from a drug gang)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, Robot"Castillo" (quoted, uniformed police commander)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotFrancisco Rico-Martinez (interviewed, heads the Faithful Companions of Jesus Refugee Centre)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotMordechai Wasserman (interviewed, lawyer)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotAviva Bassman (interviewed, lawyer at Toronto's Refugee Law Office)Female

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotJohn Mill Ackerman (interviewed, professor at the Institute of Legal Research at the National Autonomous University of Mexico)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotJose Rosario (interviewed, of the non-governmental Miguel Agustin Pro Juarez Human Rights Centre)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotEdgardo Buscaglia (interviewed, law professor at the Autonomous Technological Institute of Mexico/expert on organized crime)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotPostcard from: Damascus Damascus, SyriaArt/Iraqi refugeesSiena AnstisFemaleBassam (interviewed, Iraqi refugee)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotFeature: From here to eternityCanada/WorldTechnologyKeith NorburyMaleMichael Roy Ames (interviewed, president of the Canadian chapter of the U.S.-based Singularity Institute for Artificial Intelligence)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotRay Kurzweil (interviewed, computer scientist)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotNick Bostrom (quoted, Oxford University philosopher)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotGeorge Dvorsky (interviewed, president of the Toronto Transhumanist Association)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotDavid Coombes (interviewed, vice-president of the Canadian chapter of the Singularity Institute)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotRichard Worzel (interviewed, Toronto-based futurist)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotKen Stratford (interviewed, B.C.-based futurist)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotP. Z. Myers (quoted, biology professor at the University of Minnesota)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotVernor Vinge (quoted, science-fiction writer)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotThomas Homer-Dixon (quoted, University of Waterloo professor)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotFeature: A room of one's ownWinnipeg, ManitobaEducation/Intellectual disabilityWill BraunMaleDavid Weremy (interviewed, 66-year-old former patient of the Manitoba Development Centre/member of People First)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotGord Mackintosh (interviewed, Manitoba's minister of family services)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotShelley Rattai (interviewed, People First Executive Director)Female

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotCynthia Winram (interviewed, CEO of MDC)Female

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotMargaret Somerville (interviewed, founding director of the McGill Centre for Medecine)Female

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotHugo Unruh (interviewed, father of a MDC patient)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotIan Brown (interviewed, writer/author of "The Boy in the Moon")Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotJean Vanier (quoted, author of "Becoming Human")Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotIn profile: Condo boredVancouver, B.C.Photography/Urban planningJackie WongFemaleEric Deis (interviewed, Vancouver photographer)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotArts & Ideas: Spotlight: Flower to the peopleCanada/WorldUrban gardening/Environment/Urban planningAndrew WebsterMaleMiguel Sternberg (interviewed, video game designer)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotArts & Ideas: Film: Greening the screenCanada/U.S.Film/EnvironmentJody WhiteFemaleEd McNamara (interviewed, Green Screen resource coordinator)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotMelissa Felder (interviewed, lead consultant)Female

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotArts & Ideas: Read this: Can't stop the signalCanadaBooks/Radio/ActivismKelli KorduckiFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer), still quoted book but unclear whether male/femaleFemale

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotArts & Ideas: Nonfiction: Graphic interviewsCanadaBooks/Radio/Indie publishing/ComicsJeremy BealMaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotArts & Ideas: Short fiction: Death becomes himWorldBooks/Violence/Fetal alcohol syndromChristopher MeadesMaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Male

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotArts & Ideas: Fiction: World's boldest professionWorldBooks/AddictionBardia SinaeeFemaleWriter's perspective (freelancer)Female

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Sept/Oct 2010You, RobotArts & Ideas: Web: Television strikes backWorldWeb/InternetNavneet AlangMaleStephen Colbert (quoted, comedian)Male