Chris Arsenault

Book Review
May 21, 2009

Not on record

Chris Arsenault
Journalist Chris Arsenault investigates the arrival of Agent Orange to Canada and tells the stories of locals that suffered its effects in this excerpt from Blowback.
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Sep 8, 2008

Tar sands lobbyists focus on Democrats

Chris Arsenault
As the U.S. election campaign kicks into overdrive, Canadian politicians and oil executives are stepping up lobbying efforts to make sure whoever controls the White House keeps purchasing notoriously
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Sep 20, 2007

Gaining ground on the educational home front

Chris Arsenault
In the last fifteen years, Canadian university students have been taking it on the chin: average university tuition levels doubled across the country between 1991-92 and 2001-02, according to figures
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Jan 29, 2007

Can you support the troops but not the war?

Chris Arsenault
<b>Gagetown, NB &#151; </b> When some 2,500 people braved snow and ice to form a massive Canadian flag at Canadian Forces Base Gagetown as a part of an emotional farewell to soldiers departing for Af
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Oct 3, 2006

The business of selling war machines

Chris Arsenault
David Innis doesn't seem like a bad guy. He's got a warm red face, a half decent tie and wants to bring investment and jobs to New Brunswick. I doubt he steals canned goods from the food bank or stra
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May 16, 2006

No 'ordinary people' at the Atlantica table

Chris Arsenault
It doesn't require a PhD in economics to know that Atlantic Canada is a &#147;have-not&#148; region. A group of corporate executives, the think tanks they fund, and some government officials say they
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Nov 11, 2005

Recognizing the Spanish Civil War vets

Chris Arsenault
As poppies adorn every respectable lapel, cannons blare and politicians make speeches praising sacrifice for country in this, the year of the veteran, one group of Canadian freedom fighters dwindles
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Aug 29, 2003

Music for the revolution

Chris Arsenault
As summer winds down, festivalgoers in Antigonish got a taste of political and environmental awareness along with lots of music, food, beer and like-minded company.
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May 27, 2003

No angry protests, just well-organized anarchists

Chris Arsenault
Is the idea of &#147;well-organized anarchists&#148; a contradiction in terms? Not according to Chris Arsenault, who went to Montreal's anarchist book-fair and was impressed and inspired by good orga

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