Redeye Collective

Podcast
Feb 22, 2017
Guatemalans sue Tahoe Resources   Photo: The Canadian Centre for International Justice

Guatemalans win right to sue Tahoe Resources in B.C.

Redeye
Six farmers and a student from Guatemala shot while protesting a mine won an important victory when the B.C. Court of Appeal said their lawsuit against Tahoe Resources could be heard in B.C.
Podcast
Jan 28, 2017

The civil war in Syria: A case study in propaganda

Redeye
The story we are told about the civil war in Syria is that it's a fight for freedom and democracy against a brutal dictator. Journalist Rick Sterling says this narrative is based on lies and fraud.
Podcast
Jan 18, 2017
Old growth on Vancouver Island

Vancouver Island old-growth forest almost gone

Redeye
Ninety per cent of the forests on Vancouver Island have been logged. Now the B.C. Chamber of Commerce and the Union of B.C. Municipalities have joined the fight to save the last 10 per cent.
Podcast
Dec 26, 2016

Putting a climate lens on infrastructure spending

Redeye
The Liberal government passed a private member's bill giving funding priority to green infrastructure projects. Eric Doherty say this could mean tens of billions of dollars more for public transit.
Podcast
Dec 24, 2016

The transformation of Canada's media landscape

Redeye
Ian Gill, a former editor at the Vancouver Sun, and Marc Edge, journalism educator and media critic, address the present and future state of Canadian media in talks recorded in Vancouver on Nov 29.
Podcast
Dec 21, 2016
Photograph by Denis Sinyakov / AFP / Getty

Washington Post creating propaganda, not exposing it

Redeye
An article in the Washington Post on Nov 4 claimed to present evidence of Russian propaganda in the form of the website Prop-or-Not. Veteran reporter Dave Lindorff calls the article sloppy journalism.

Pages

Subscribe to Redeye Collective