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Reactionary Blues: Charlie Angus and Grievous Angels

Watch Charlie Angus' musical rundown of the state of politics in Ottawa. Reactionary Blues from the new Grievous Angels CD the Great Divide.

Video: Voices for Dignity -- fighting for sex worker rights

For years Pivot Legal Society, Sex Workers United Against Violence and the PACE Society have been fighting for the rights of sex workers. That fight led to intervening in the Bedford case at the Supreme Court of Canada in June of 2013, and on December 20th, 2013 the Supreme Court of Canada released their historic decision.

Tar Sands Reporting Project hopes to create change

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The Vancouver Observer's award-winning team seeks to create one year of stories about the people, places and conflicts associated with Canada's tar sands that go deeper than daily journalism.

Video: Have you heard about Upstream?

Upstream is a Canadian movement to create a healthy society through evidence-based, people-centred ideas.

For more information about Upstream visit:
www.thinkupstream.net
www.facebook.com/UpstreamAction

Conservative Senator Hugh Segal on why unions are important

On December 7, Conservative Senator Hugh Segal addressed Unifor's Ontario Regional Council. He began: "My Canada is the kind of country where trade unions and free collective bargaining makes our economy stronger and Canada a better place. It is as important a part of a strong and growing economy as capital investment, reasonable profits, and fair wages. And without collective bargaining there is never any guarantee on fair wages. And without fair wages we are not building a society of which we can be proud, and we can transfer to our kids and grandchildren knowing we have transferred them something that reflects our values as Canadians.

Nelson Mandela's 1994 inauguration speech

Nelson Mandela has died at the age of 95 at his home in Johannesburg. In 1994 he became the first democratically elected president of South Africa. Watch his inauguration speech here.

Education, transformation, justice, disability: Mia Mingus speaks

Greg Macdougall interviews Mia Mingus, one of the leading articulators of Disability Justice, for the Icarus Project after her talks Beyond Access: An Introduction to Disability Justice. Disability Justice deals with the oppression of disability and other systems of oppression and injustice. It moves beyond rights- and equality-based approaches instead working towards collective justice and liberation, towards transforming society as a whole. 

Flying? CUPE flight attendants say airplane staffing proposal puts you at risk

Minister of Transport Lisa Raitt wants to reduce the number of Flight Attendants on Canadian aircrafts from 1 in 40 passengers to 1 in 50 passengers. But recent crashes by Air France and Asiana prove that passengers survive when Flight Attendants get them out of burning planes. So why is Raitt selling out our safety for corporate profits?

Why are the rich getting a free ride?

"Why are the rich getting a free ride?" is the question being asked in a new video highlighting the problem of growing income inequality in Canada. The short video asks some very important questions about why many people -- even those who are making a decent wage -- are still struggling to get by and create a decent life while others are profiting like never before.

Video: Ford Brothers fleeing Toronto City Hall - October 31, 2013

"We have recovered a digital video file that is consistent with what has been described in media reports."  Toronto Chief of Police, Bill Blair, on the Rob Ford video, October 31, 2013.

With news that the police have the infamous "crack video" in their custody, the media descended on Toronto Mayor Ford's office today. The Mayor made a brief statement, and fled.

This video was captured by Toronto Video Activist Collective.

 

 

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