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Podcast
Feb 16, 2017
Flickr / Vancouver Public Library

Occupy Vancouver: The Vets Who Took Hotel Vancouver

Rabbledocs
The Vancouver housing crisis is not a recent development. Carrie Swiggum's documentary looks into the situation for returning WWII veterans and their occupation of the Hotel Vancouver.
Podcast
Feb 9, 2017
Winter fishing on ice of Assynoibain & Red River

Songs Upon the Rivers

radio book lounge
The histories of Indigenous communities and European explorers contain stories that have been lost in history. A new book presented by Sébastien Malette seeks out the forgotten stories.
Podcast
Jul 6, 2016

Learning for today from working-class history

Talking Radical Radio
Craig Heron talks about his book "Lunch-Bucket Lives: Remaking the Workers' City" and about the relevance of history to movements today.
Blog
Mar 7, 2016

History of feminism still shows it pays to be radical

Linda M. Ambrose
'It moved me to tears.' That's what one student said when I asked my history class what they thought about 'The Voice of Women: The First 30 Years.' We had just finished watching the film together.
News
May 20, 2015
Photo: Flickr/Justin Jensen

The Harper government v. refugees, 2006-2015

Suha Diab
It has been nearly a decade since the Conservative party came to power. Since then, the government has embarked on controversial reforms that have had devastating effects on refugees.

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