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This Magazine


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Contributors : This Magazine Blog // Canadian progressive politics, environment, art, culture // Subscribe today

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Jenn Hardy
Jenn Hardy is midway through the magazine journalism program at Algonquin College and spent the summer of 2004 as an intern at This Magazine.


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Jenn Hardy Jenn Hardy is midway through the magazine journalism program at Algonquin College and spent the summer of 2004 as an intern at This Magazine.


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This Magazine: Minority report

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BY Jenn Hardy Long before June's federal election results were in, the outcome seemed inevitable: despite Paul Martin's best attempts at dragging his heels in calling an election to try and garner more support among voters, he would convene Canada's first minority government in 25 years. Jenn Hardy is midway through the magazine journalism program at Algonquin College and spent the summer of 2004 as an intern at This Magazine.


Listen to This : This Magazine Blog // Canadian progressive politics, environment, art, culture // Subscribe today

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Jenn Hardy, who wrote the current This Magazine cover story on permaculture for the July-August 2009 issue, was interviewed yesterday by CFAX 1070 in Victoria, B.C., about her feature article, her world travels researching this story, and how people can live more sustainably today.


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