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| August 22, 2016
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Ears on the earth: The World Social Forum begins

August 9, 2016
| It's a time for high ideals as discussions begin on how to change the world. The rabble podcast team brings you some of the thoughts, ideas and sounds from the Forum.
Length: 28:55 minutes (26.49 MB)
Aaron Wudrick
| May 22, 2016

Regional distribution of benefits highlights inequity in EI system

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At the moment, "a few miles" will cost a worker more than a month in employment insurance benefits in Saskatchewan.

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Unequal access to extended EI benefits sows confusion in snubbed regions

Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall

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Green Majority Radio

Is Saudi Arabia smarter than Canada?

April 18, 2016
| Angela Bischoff from the OCAA joins us at the top of the show to discuss some news and also talk about the complete waste of money (not to mention huge public safety hazard) Pickering nuclear plant.
Length: 53:14 minutes (48.74 MB)
Green Majority Radio

Rules are for the poor… suckers!

April 11, 2016
| The Panama Papers scandal is all over the news, but what are the implications for the environment, and possibly more importantly why does no one seem surprised?
Length: 53:46 minutes (49.24 MB)
Vladimir Milov
| December 14, 2015

'Economics for Everyone' is a handbook for the 99%

Economics for Everyone, Second Edition: A Short Guide to the Economics of Capitalism

by Jim Stanford
(Pluto Press, CCPA and Fernwood Publishing,
2015;
24.95)

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I'm not an economist. Despite a very basic introduction to economics course, I will sheepishly admit that my eyes glaze over at the slightest mention of per capita expenditures or financial derivatives.

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Does Justin know? The virus that invaded the body of Liberal thought is still there

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It is legitimate to look for real change in economic policy under the new Liberal government. Instead what requires explaining is Justin Trudeau naming Bill Morneau -- a leading economic conservative -- as finance minister.

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