Redeye

Redeye

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 25 years on Vancouver Cooperative Radio.
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Cost of Eating in B.C.

December 12, 2007
| The 2007 report from Dieticians of Canada finds that people living on a low income simply can't afford to eat a healthy diet.
Length: 11:41
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Safe Third Country Agreement struck down

December 11, 2007
| We talk with Leigh Salsberg, one of the lawyers in the successful court challenge of the agreement that has effectively closed the land border to refugees.
Length: 16:30
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Toxins in toys

December 7, 2007
| Governments in the U.S. and Canada are allowing phthalates in toys, despite research showing they have serious health effects on children.
Length: 10:35
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Mandatory minimums for drug offences

December 6, 2007
| Stephen Harper wants to bring in an amendment to Canadian law that could start a US-style war on drugs in this country.
Length: 11:34
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Court victory for Tsilhqot'in in B.C. Interior

December 5, 2007
| Last month Justice David Vickers of the B.C. Supreme Court found in favour of the Tsilhqot'in in their claim to aboriginal title of their territory around Williams Lake.
Length: 14:25
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Beyond the Green Zone

December 4, 2007
| Dahr Jamail talks about his book about his experiences as an unembedded journalist in occupied Iraq
Length: 15:44
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Big box childcare

November 30, 2007
| B.C. may follow Australia's lead and allow multinational corporations to displace community childcare.
Length: 15:47
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Amending the Venezuelan constitution

November 29, 2007
| Scholar and author James Petras details some of the changes that Venezuelans will be voting on December 2.
Length: 15:31
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A blueprint for climate action in British Columbia

November 28, 2007
| The B.C. government says it's going to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 33%. A new report looks at what they'll have to do to achieve that reduction.
Length: 12:21
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Taser death of Robert Dziekanski at Vancouver Airport

November 27, 2007
| Cameron Ward represented the family of Robert Bagnell who died after being Tasered in 2004. He discusses the response of Taser International and the RCMP to Taser deaths.
Length: 17:22