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Briarpatch Magazine Volume 34 No 4 June/July 2005 by VariousVolume 34, Number 4
Briarpatch Magazine Volume 34 Number 5 August 2005 by VariousVolume 34, Number 5
Briarpatch Magazine Labour Issue: Focus on Co-ops Volume 34, Number 6, Sept/Oct 2005 by VariousVolume 34, Number 6
Briarpatch Magazine Canada Foreign Policy Issue Volume 34, Number 8, December 2005/January 2006 by VariousVolume 34, Number 8
Briarpatch Magazine Energy Crisis Issue Volume 35, Number 1 February 2006 by VariousVolume 35, Number 1
Briarpatch Magazine Feminism without Borders Volume 35, Number 2 March/April 2006 by VariousVolume 35, Number 2
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 35, No. 3 May 2006Volume 35, Number 3
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 35, No. 4 June/July 2006 Sustainable Solutions For A ChangeVolume 35, Number 4
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 35, No. 6 September/October 2006 The Labour IssueVolume 35, Number 6
Briarpatch Vol. 35, No. 7 November 2006 The Fair Travel IssueVolume 35, Number 7
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 35, No. 8 Dec2006/Jan 2007Volume 35, Number 8
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 36, No. 1 February 2007 Food, Energy & the Spectre of ScarcityVolume 36, Number 1
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 36, No. 2 March/April 2007 Feminism 3.1Volume 36, Number 2
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 36 No. 3 May 2007Volume 36, Number 3
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 36, No. 4 June/July 2007 Journalists! Your country needs you to stop asking questions!Volume 36, Number 4
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 36, No. 5 August 2007Volume 36, Number 5
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 36, No. 6 September/October 2007 The Mental Health IssueVolume 36, Number 6
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 36, No. 7 November 2007 WorkforceVolume 36, Number 7
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 36, No. 8 Dec 2007/ Jan 2008Volume 36, Number 8
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 36, No. 8 February 2008Volume 36, Number 8
Briarpatch Magazine Gender & Sexuality Issue Volume 37 Number 2 March/April 2008 by VariousVolume 37, Number 2
Briarpatch Magazine Volume 37 Number 3 May 2008 The Money and Debt Issue by VariousVolume 37, Number 3
Briarpatch Magazine Volume 37 Number 4 June/July 2008 The Indigenous/Settler Relations Issue by VariousVolume 37, Number 4
Briarpatch Magazine Volume 37 Number 7 November 2008 Issue on workplace activism by VariousVolume 37, Number 7
Briarpatch Magazine Vol. 37, No. 8 December 2008Volume 37, Number 8
Briarpatch Magazine Volume 38 Number 1 January/February 2009 The Food Issue by VariousVolume 38, Number 1
Briarpatch Magazine Volume 38 Number 2 March/April 2009 The Gender and Sexuality Issue by VariousVolume 38, Number 2
Briarpatch Magazine Volume 38 Number 5 Sept/Oct 2009 The Education Issue by VariousVolume 38, Number 5
Briarpatch Magazine Volume 38 Number 6 The Work Issue by VariousVolume 38, Number 6
Briarpatch Magazine Volume 39 Number 1 Jan/Feb 2010 by VariousVolume 39, Number 1

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