Own your media! An invitation from The Dominion for an independent news co-operative
Wednesday, March 5th @ 8PM
Metropolitan Urban Community Settlement office
2000 Northcliffe, Suite 218
- Amy Goodman, journalist
Do you know more about American Idol's Top 24 than about the people in Fort Chipewyan dying of rare cancers? Are you aware that peep toe shoes are the hottest thing this spring, and oblivious of the fact that the minimum wage in oil-rich Alberta is actually the lowest in Canada? Did you hear plenty from American and Israeli politicians when the border between Gaza and Egypt was broken in January, and nothing from the Palestinian women who made it happen?
Corporate-owned media serves its own interests by reporting stories that benefit its owners, shareholders and advertisers. If media is to serve the people—to report stories that are important to our lives—it needs to be controlled by the people.
The Dominion (dominionpaper.ca ) provides accurate, critical news coverage on events, policies and movements in Canada. It is also a multi-stakeholder co-op, owned and operated by its readers and journalists.
The Dominion is now taking Canadian media to the next level. With a comprehensive five-year plan, The Dominion aims to build an independent news cooperative that will challenge the corporate press in Canada - and publish the stories you need to know about. You are invited to attend a presentation, where you will be given the opportunity to Own Your Media!
5785, Sherbrooke Street West | Vendôme metro + bus #105