The income gap between the rich and the rest of us grew, in good times and in bad. Learn more about it with this video.
On July 29 in Toronto's dimly lit Lula Lounge, Canadian Journalists for Free Expression hosted a fundraiser to support the children of "Pikin News", a youth-run national newspaper in Sierra Leone. The paper, run by kids aged 12 to 17, provides the post-civil war generation of Sierra Leone an outlet to express their thoughts and feelings regarding the world around them.
A video put together by SaveOurNet.ca's Matt Thompson that explains Net Neutrality and other important Internet issues in simple and understandable terms.
Richard Power, a CUPE 79 strike leader at the Bermondsey picket line, shares his feelings on Mayor Miller and the City of Toronto strike.
Tentative agreements have been reached between CUPE 416 and 79 and the City of Toronto. Ratification votes were scheduled to be held today.
Host Wayne MacPhail interviews the founder of the Mammalian Diving Reflex, Darren O'Donnell about the art/research atelier's work in mashing together chunks of society that normally don't mesh.
CAIA, Women in Solidarity with Palestine and others come together to protest the Royal Ontario Museum's display of the Dead Sea Scrolls stolen from Palestine by the Israeli Antiquity Authorities.
In this episode host Wayne MacPhail interviews Mark Kuznicki about how change happens when citizens are brought together well in-person and online.
After meeting personally with opposition group leaders, AlJazeera English managing director Tony Burman seems to have secured a place for the channel in Canada's media landscape. Canadians now seem excited for a new voice in news, and ready for the network to hit airwaves this fall.
On July 9, 2009, a press conference was held outside the Seaton House shelter in Toronto regarding an incident involving Brian DuBourdieu, who is currently homeless, and five city managers at Seaton House.
On June 24th, 2009, Brian DuBourdieu went to The Seaton House men's shelter in downtown Toronto to get something to eat and a night's sleep. Instead, he ended up spending the night in the emergency room of St.Mike's hospital.
Church Street was closed down on the night of June 26th, for Toronto's first Trans Pride March celebrating transgender and transsexual people.