2007

Issue 244: February 2007

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More ways than one

The ruling market ideology is adamant that there is only one way to do business – its way. The “best practices” ideology follows suit. But best for whom? At what cost?  If bio-diversity is essential, why isn’t business-diversity?

2007

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Back Issues

Issue 250: October 2007

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BINGO!

 

There’s a game called “Food Security Bingo” where you can only cross off a square that is called if it fits you. But I had no trouble with the question “Name a culture based on corn” – it’s North America, obviously. Just about everything we eat is based on corn, fractionated (isn’t that a lovely word?) into ingredients for just about every packaged food, and the packaging too.

Issue 249: September 2007

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Complexity and Diversity are the Rules of the Game

 

Issue 248: July 2007

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Railways for Whom?

 

The history of Canada and Canadian agriculture is tightly bound up with the history, politics and financial interests of its two railroads: Canadian National and Canadian Pacific. Both played a major role in the colonization of western Canada and the shape of its agriculture as a function of evolving federal policy.  CP was always a private corporation, CN was privatized in 1995.

Issue 247: June 2007

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Extreme Capitalism

 

Issue 251: November 2007

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Home on the Range

 

Issue 246: April/May 2007

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 The Tyranny of Economic Growth

by Brewster Kneen

Issue 245: March 2007

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Thinking About Food Sovereignty

by Cathleen Kneen

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