Redeye July 8
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National chairperson of the Council of Canadians and chair of the board of the Washington-based group Food and Water Watch, speaking in Toronto on the first day of the G20 Summit.
Redeye July 8
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Aboriginal activist and tar sands campaigner with the Indigenous Environmental Network speaking in Toronto on the first day of the G20 Summit.
Redeye July 8
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Award-winning journalist, syndicated columnist and author of the international bestseller, The Shock Doctrine: The Rise of Disaster Capitalism speaking in Toronto on the first day of the G20 Summit.
Redeye July 8
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Bolivian ambassador to the United Nations and lead negotiator for Bolivia at the December 2009 climate conference in Copenhagen. speaking in Toronto on the first day of the G20 Summit.
Redeye July 8
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International President of the United Steelworkers and Vice-President of the AFL-CIO speaking in Toronto on the first day of the G20 Summit.
Redeye July 8
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The host and executive producer of Democracy Now! speaking in Toronto on the first day of the G20 Summit.
No One Is Illegal July 7
Indigenous and migrant justice organizers reflect on repression and criminalization in Canada 20 years since Oka, in the wake of the G20 protests in Toronto.
John Bonnar Audio Blog July 7
Sue Brown is one of the counselors helping people cope with the extreme violence and deplorable prison conditions they experienced during the G20 protests in Toronto.
Needs No Introduction July 7
Haneen Maikey speaks at the Pride in Our Politics Cabaret put on by Queers Against Israeli Apartheid.
Asia Pacific Currents July 3
Labour updates from the Asia Pacific region and interview on the major indigenous conference happening in central Australia.
John Bonnar Audio Blog July 2
Sarah Reaburn, a nurse and volunteer with the Toronto Street Medics, describes her experience on the streets of Toronto during the G20 protests.
Redeye June 30
Over 4,000 pedestrians are hurt each year in Canada. In Vancouver's Downtown Eastside as many as a third of residents have been injured by cars. Don Buchanan is a transportation planner.
Redeye June 30
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The day before the G8 and G20 summits began, over 2,000 people rallied in the streets of Toronto as part of an indigenous day of action. Clayton-Thomas Muller was one of the organizers.
Labour Show June 30
30 minutes of labour news and features from around the world brought to you by the Labour Show.
Redeye June 30
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The Vancouver East MP's response to a question in a video interview unleashed a storm of criticism from the mainstream media and other members of Parliament including from within her own party.
Redeye June 30
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Downtown Eastsiders trying to sell the goods they salvage from dumpsters are tired of getting tickets from Vancouver police. They have organized a street market to challenge the by-laws.
Redeye June 30
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Victoria-based activist Kevin Neish was on the Turkish vessel, the Mavi Marmara, when it was boarded by Israeli soldiers in May. He speaks about his experiences on the ship and in Be'er Sheva prison.
John Bonnar Audio Blog June 29
The Pride Coalition for Free Speech held a community picnic in Cawthra Square Park on Sunday to celebrate free speech and commemorate the Stonewall riots.
Redeye June 29
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Of each dollar that is paid in taxes, only eight cents reaches municipalities. This means city councils are scrambling for money to complete essential infrastructure projects.
Redeye June 29
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The Alberta government has announced that it's bringing in new legislation to "reorganize and revamp" the province's healthcare system. Colleen Fuller explores some of the key aspects of this reform.
John Bonnar Audio Blog June 28
The author, writer and journalist argues that police arrested "the most important grassroots organizers in the province" on Saturday to try and discredit them.
rabble radio June 28
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He was writing for The Guardian when G20 security beat him up and arrested him. Jesse Rosenfeld tells his story. Then, we've got Amy Goodman on why an independent media is so important.
Redeye June 28
This month, twenty five years after a chemical disaster which killed tens of thousands, an Indian court sentenced seven former Union Carbide employees with two years in prison and small fines.
Asia Pacific Currents June 26
Update from Ji Ungpakorn about the situation in Thailand following the crack-down on red-shirt protests.
Aw@l June 26
Kitchener Waterloo Peoples Summit - Diversity of Tactics in the New Testament
John Bonnar Audio Blog June 26
The Student Christian Movement and friends will be holding a nonviolent, prayerful action, on Sunday, June 27 at 2 p.m.
John Bonnar Audio Blog June 26
Toronto communities took to the streets Friday in a massive demonstration against G8/G20 policies.
Aw@l June 25
Gord Hill, author of 500 Years of Resistance, discusses his book at the fifth speaking event of the Kitchener-Waterloo Peoples' Summit.
John Bonnar Audio Blog June 25
Indigenous leaders, activists and supporters took to the streets Thursday, celebrating self-determination and exposing Canadian colonialism locally and across Turtle Island.
Needs No Introduction June 25
An interview with Kasari Govender, Legal Director of the West Coast Women's Legal Education and Action Fund (LEAF).

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