Redeye

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On the issues of the day - political, social and cultural - Redeye digs deeper. Open your ears to alternative voices. Hear incisive and challenging interviews with activists and progressive thinkers. Produced by an independent media collective, broadcasting over 35 years on Vancouver Cooperative Radio.

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Jan 31, 2006

Iran: the growing crisis

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Dr. Ahmad Sadri, an Iranian professor now teaching in Chicago, unravels some of the dynamics driving the intensifying crisis between Iran and the USA.
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Jan 29, 2006

Stephen Harper's plans for Canada

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Greg Albo of York University says the left should take a very sober reading of the election results, despite the gain in NDP seats. He outlines what kind of social policies he thinks the Conservatives
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Jan 24, 2006

Studies in Motion: The Hauntings of Eadweard Muybridge

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Laura Lamb reviews the world premiere of a new play by Governor General's Award winning playwright Kevin Kerr. This is an original, multi-media play inspired by the works of the 19th century photograp
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Jan 22, 2006

Putting Haiti on the election agenda

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Yves Engler was imprisoned for several days for heckling the Prime Minister over Haiti. He talks about how Haiti Action Montreal is raising the issue of Canada's involvement in Haiti during the electi
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Jan 19, 2006

Closing the Front Door on Refugees

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The Safe Third Country agreement with the United States has been in effect for one year and the number of refugees making claims at the land border has dropped dramatically. Canada is rapidly losing i
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Jan 17, 2006

Protecting Canada's dwindling oil and gas reserves

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Canada's energy resources are running out but, under NAFTA, we are bound to send 70% of what we have south of border. Gordon Laxer of the Parkland Institute in Alberta says Canada needs an energy secu
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Jan 15, 2006

A Palestinian view of Ariel Sharon

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Ali Abunimah is a Palestinian American writer and journalist. He is a founder and frequent contributor to the Electronic Intifada website. In this interview, he talks about the life of Ariel Sharon.
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Dec 30, 2005

Madeleine Parent: Activist

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Madeleine Parent organized women and children in the cotton mills of Quebec during the war, fought the influence of the church and the Catholic syndicates and helped to establish the independent Canad
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Dec 26, 2005

The Real Meaning of Money

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How we feel about money is central to how we live our lives. In this conversation, psychologist Dorothy Rowe explores some of the ideas in her insightful and thought-provoking book "The Real Mean
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Dec 18, 2005

First council meeting a defeat for Vancouver's new mayor

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Sam Sullivan's first initiative as mayor was voted down by all but one of Vancouver's council members in a marathon 16-hour meeting on Thursday. The opposing votes included 4 from Sullivan's own NPA p
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Dec 15, 2005

An appreciation of James Graff

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James Graff died on October 23. He was a tireless worker for human rights, especially those of the Palestinian people. His friend and co-worker Mordecai Briemberg remembers him.
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Dec 11, 2005

Opposing the death penalty in the United States

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On December 2, the state of North Carolina killed Kenneth Boyd by lethal injection, making him the 1000th person to be executed since the U.S. brought back the death penalty in 1976. In that time, 100

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