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rabble radio episode 164: Get growing -- food production on land and sea
May 1, 2015
| The family farm, community-supported agriculture and agriculture without multinationals in Honduras.
30:45 minutes (56.31 MB)
Stop Harper: Bill C-51 and other tales of treachery
April 1, 2015
| A few more reasons why the Harper government has got to go.
33:21 minutes (30.55 MB)
rabble radio episode 162: Restorative justice -- what it is and isn't
February 26, 2015
| Moira Donovan wrote an article for rabble.ca exploring the question, what is restorative justice? Today on rabble radio, Moira introduces us to some of the answers she's found.
32:12 minutes (29.49 MB)
Episode 161: Entrepreneurship under the microscope
January 29, 2015
| Is entrepreneurship and social enterprise always a good thing? A couple of different perspectives.
34:59 minutes (48.06 MB)
Episode 160: Eggnog edition
December 18, 2014
| No news, no protests or letters to write to politicians. Instead, some philosophical ideas to mull over in front of the fire. Your holiday break.
31:03 minutes (28.44 MB)
Episode 159: Jobs, jobs, jobs ... or lack thereof
October 27, 2014
| Unifor, Canada's largest private sector union, hosted a conference called The Good Jobs Summit on October 3-6, 2014. Here are some highlights.
34:30 minutes (31.59 MB)
Episode 158: Not wanted by our government -- undocumented migrants in Canada
September 25, 2014
| Episode 158 of rabble radio is about the lives that undocumented migrants face and also about people trying to help them make sense of it all and live their lives.
35:45 minutes (65.49 MB)
Peoples' Social Forum: Fourth and last day
August 25, 2014
| The last day of #PSF2014 focused on summarizing the many conversations, sessions and workshops which took place. Here are highlights from the Final Assembly.
26:41 minutes (48.87 MB)
Peoples' Social Forum: Day three
August 23, 2014
| An excerpt from a talk by Ellen Gabriel, conversations with delegates and soundscapes from the powwow on Sparks Street.
26:33 minutes (48.64 MB)
Peoples' Social Forum: Day two
August 22, 2014
| Listen to highlights from day two of the Peoples' Social Forum, including: being an activist in Alberta, creating a Department of Peace, and independent media in Canada.
28:29 minutes (52.17 MB)
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