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| November 21, 2016
| November 12, 2016
Green Majority Radio

Government captured: Selling you out

August 29, 2016
| We begin the show with an update on the Nestle water controversy, which could see Ontario sell its water to the private corporation for $3.71 per million litres.
Length: 51:49 minutes (47.45 MB)
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| August 11, 2016
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| July 18, 2016
| July 1, 2016

A new danger descends on Canada

The Leap Manifesto continues to gain support as an alternative to the reckless fossil fuel agenda of premiers like British Columbia's Christy Clark and Saskatchewan's Brad Wall.

As a result, they've taken to attacking the Leap in increasingly strident tones. We say: Bring it on.

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| June 22, 2016
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| June 14, 2016

Record-high numbers reveal housing and homelessness crisis in B.C.

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On June 7, members and allies of Alliance Against Displacement occupied the B.C. Housing office in Vancouver to demand the Liberal government address the city's homelessness crisis.

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