(1:22 - 4:25) Keith Gottchalk is making his home a safe house for ideas. (5:12 - 13:53) Bob Bossin of Stringband remembers his folk compatriot, U.Utah Phillips. (14:28 - 16:54) Dr. Henri Morgentaler accepting the award from Outstanding contribution to Humanity from the Canadian Labour Congress. (17:51-20:21) Reel Women on Into the Wild. (21:03 -24:55) The Pivot Legal Society speaks about the recent B.C Supreme Court ruling which will keep the Insite Safe Injection Site open. (25:52 - 29:08) Work isn't working for Ontario Families is a new report put out by the Canadian Labour Congress, The Toronto and York Region Labour Council, and Campaign 2000, an organization that aims to stop child poverty.
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