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This work has been produced on the unceded and unsurrendered Coast Salish territories, specifically of the Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ people. We would like to acknowledge the connection between ongoing settler colonialism and the forms of capitalism that produce many of the conditions and events addressed in the articles herein. We would like to thank the authors who contributed to this journal. In/Versions is a fully open access journal that accepts and publishes entries in English. Submissions follow the double-blind peer review process for articles. This journal does not require submission charges, and authors retain copyright for their work and publication rights without restrictions. Authors are not required to pay a publishing fee nor does the journal charge for content access. Except where otherwise noted, content on this site is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 2.5 Canada. This journal was compiled by Anureet Lotay and is published on behalf of the Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group (VIPIRG) (research@vipirg.ca). The Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group (VIPIRG) is a non-profit organization dedicated to research, education, advocacy, and other action in the public interest. Information concerning this journal or any of our other publications can be obtained by contacting: Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group University of Victoria Student Union Building B122 Box 3035, Stn CSC Victoria, BC Lekwungen and W̱SÁNEĆ Territories V8W 3P3 research@vipirg.ca www.vipirg.ca

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In/Versions: Journal of the Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group  

In/Versions is a new annual peer-reviewed publication produced by the Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group (VIPIRG), a not-for-pr...

In/Versions: Journal of the Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group  

In/Versions is a new annual peer-reviewed publication produced by the Vancouver Island Public Interest Research Group (VIPIRG), a not-for-pr...

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