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Podcast
May 4, 2017
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They're having an election in B.C.

rabble radio
B.C. has long been known for its polarized politics. This election is no exception. Listen to a roundup of the issues as Canada's West Coast heads towards its May 9 election.
Podcast
Aug 29, 2016

Government captured: Selling you out

Green Majority Radio
We begin the show with an update on the Nestle water controversy, which could see Ontario sell its water to the private corporation for $3.71 per million litres.
Podcast
Aug 17, 2016
Feelings VS Facts

Feelings vs. facts: Selling pipelines

Green Majority Radio
On this week's show: pathetic attempts by oil company-funded astroturf groups to garner support by trying to sell pipelines with sex.
Podcast
Feb 23, 2016

B.C.'s Medical Services Plan premiums a regressive tax

Redeye
B.C. is the only province that charges residents a flat tax to access health care. All over provinces fund health care through the tax system. A recent campaign calls for an end to MSP premiums.
Podcast
Jan 26, 2016

Two important victories for Coastal First Nations

Redeye
First, the B.C. Supreme Court ruling that the province failed to consult with First Nations on the Northern Gateway pipeline. Then, the announcement of a new management plan for herring with the DFO.
Podcast
Jan 16, 2016
The climate goes to court

The climate goes to court

Green Majority Radio
This week, several court decisions came down that have huge implications for the oil industry.
Blog
Jun 25, 2015
The Road to Ballantyne, Vancouver 1935

Let us remember, and teach, labour history in schools

Rod Mickleburgh
The Battle of Ballantyne Pier and the Second Narrows bridge disaster in Vancouver are touchstones of B.C.'s and Canada's labour history. Read on and see if you think they are worthy of learning about.
Podcast
May 21, 2015

Film: Line in the Sand

Redeye
A new movie documents the realities on the ground for people who live along the Northern Gateway pipeline route in Northern Alberta and B.C. Jim Mainguy speaks with filmmaker Tomas Borsa.
Blog
Feb 20, 2015

B.C. budget a blow to public education

Tara Ehrcke
As with other areas of the B.C. budget, 2015 will favour the rich with increases for private schools while imposing spending cuts to public schools.
News
Sep 5, 2014
Photo: flickr/Christopher Seesums

BCTF calls for binding arbitration

Larry Kuehn
The BC Teachers Federation has called on the government to agree to binding arbitration for compensation, benefits and preparation time.
News
Sep 5, 2014
Photo: flickr/Caelie_Frampton

Families in B.C. organize to support teachers

Miriam Katawazi
As the labour action continues and schools remain closed, a number of fundraising campaigns and demonstrations have sprung up to show solidarity with B.C. teachers.

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