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Pope Francis soft-pedals on U.S. militarism in address to Congress

October 6, 2015
| Pope Francis called for an end to the international arms trade during his recent visit to the States but he didn't tell Congress to stop supporting U.S. aggression around the world.
Length: 12:02 minutes (11.03 MB)

TPP threatens Canadian food sovereignty

October 5, 2015
| Trade ministers from 12 countries reached agreement yesterday on the Trans-Pacific Partnership, creating the largest trading bloc in the world. Canadian dairy farmers are big losers in the deal.
Length: 14:24 minutes (13.19 MB)

We can afford the Leap

October 3, 2015
| In September, Naomi Klein launched the Leap Manifesto, outlining a bold new vision for a just and sustainable future. Seth Klein has done an economic analysis to show how the Leap can be funded.
Length: 14:49 minutes (13.58 MB)

Harperism: How Stephen Harper and His Think Tank Colleagues Have Transformed Canada

September 30, 2015
| Professor Donald Gutstein says Stephen Harper's policies are the result of decades of effort by a network of right-wing think tanks determined to change how governments operate.
Length: 33:54 minutes (31.05 MB)

Robert Fisk on Syria, ISIS and the end of the old Middle East

September 28, 2015
| Robert Fisk is a British journalist and author who writes extensively about Syria and ISIS. He has lived in the Middle East for 40 years and is renowned for his encyclopaedic knowledge of the region.
Length: 42:18 minutes (38.74 MB)

DTES residents dying at eight times the national average

September 20, 2015
| A UBC study following residents of single-room occupancy hotels over four years found that the risk of dying from chronic health conditions was surprisingly high, especially for mental health issues.
Length: 14:43 minutes (13.48 MB)

Syrian refugee crisis result of flawed regime change policy

September 20, 2015
| Twelve million people have been forced from their homes by the civil war in Syria. Hundreds of thousands have made the perilous trek to Europe. We speak with James Paul, author of Syria Unmasked.
Length: 17:01 minutes (15.58 MB)

Provincial government policies making B.C.'s forests more vulnerable to fire

September 20, 2015
| Drought and high summer temperatures have led to one of the worst forest fire seasons in recent years. Jens Wieting says that the B.C. government isn't taking climate change seriously.
Length: 13:26 minutes (12.3 MB)

Examining the Conservative government's record on immigration

September 14, 2015
| Never Home is a new multimedia project just launched by No One Is Illegal in Vancouver. It documents nine years of discriminatory immigration policy by Stephen Harper's government.
Length: 15:55 minutes (14.58 MB)

Ahousaht First Nation members blockade new fish farm site in Clayoquot Sound

September 14, 2015
| Plans by a Japanese-owned company to install a new open-net fish farm in Clayoquot Sound met with opposition from local First Nations people last week.
Length: 12:57 minutes (11.87 MB)
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