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Aug 8, 2016
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We need to talk about bad cops

Nora Loreto
With ballooning police budgets and without accountability, most cops might as well be bad cops.
Podcast
Feb 29, 2016
Updates on Line 9 Pipeline and Bill C51

Updates on Line 9 pipeline and Bill C-51

Green Majority Radio
The week's top news headlines, followed by David Gray-Donald with an update on Line 9 and Matt Currie with an update on C-51, post Harper.
News
Mar 11, 2015
Photo: flickr/Paul Townsend

Television wants you to love bad cops

Jen Turner
I don't think these shows are the sole cause of public support for the police state. However, we need to remain critical when we are watching TV and movies for entertainment.
Book Review
Mar 5, 2015

Watch out Lefties! The FBI is out to sabotage you

Eleanor J. Bader
Let's take a look into The Revolutionary Union and its later incarnation, the Revolutionary Communist Party, to reveal how the FBI and local police worked to undermine progressive unity.
Podcast
Dec 19, 2014

Police dogs leading cause of injury by police in B.C.

Redeye
Last month new provincial regulations were established to help reduce the incidents and severity of police dog bites. Pivot Legal has been gathering statistics on police dog injuries for some time.
Podcast
Dec 2, 2014

Book: Drug War Capitalism

Redeye
Dawn Paley is an independent journalist and co-founder of the Vancouver Media Coop. AK Press has just published her first book Drug War Capitalism. Dawn Paley was in Vancouver with the book last week.
Podcast
Sep 24, 2014

The policing of protest: From bad to worse

Talking Radical Radio
Organizer and scholar Lesley Wood talks about her new book examining the disturbing shifts in how police in Canada and the U.S. respond to protest.

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