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Losing our grip on the family farm

April 2, 2015
| As investors buy up farms and manage them for short-term profit, the land and our food sovereignity are put at risk. A report by the National Farmers Union details the scale of the threat.
Length: 15:24 minutes (14.11 MB)
Photo: TheBusyBrain/flickr
| February 23, 2015
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Ontario auditor general says P3s wasted $8 billion in public funds

January 24, 2015
| Canada is a world leader in the market for public-private partnerships. But when Bonnie Lysyk looked at 74 projects under Infrastructure Ontario, she found a huge cost associated with P3s.
Length: 16:34 minutes (15.17 MB)
Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr
| July 23, 2014
Photo: BC Gov Photos/flickr
| July 18, 2014
| July 9, 2014
Jim Prentice
| May 24, 2014
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Creditocracy and the Case for Debt Refusal

May 23, 2014
| We live in a society where the majority of people are up to neck in debt. And contrary to what we are told, the big banks want to keep it that way, according to Andrew Ross.
Length: 17:42 minutes (16.22 MB)
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Hudak's balanced budget panic and fear of debt

Photo: Laurel L. Russwurm/flickr

There's an Alfred E. Newman quality about Tim Hudak, and I say that with great affection, speaking as one of Mad magazine's early devotees. (My collection of vintage Mads perished in a cottage fire years ago.) The resemblance became clear on that subway ride that was cancelled because his aides lacked a permit, leaving Hudak grinning manically in the back of the shot -- and even then only after some genius added circus music to the footage and posted it on YouTube. He has to be saying, What, me worry?

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Global crisis and alternatives: A conversation with David Harvey

Photo: flickr/Peter-Ashley Jackson

When David Harvey looks at the global economic crisis, he sees a situation that demands alternatives be found. Harvey is Distinguished Professor of Anthropology and Geography at the Graduate Centre of the City University of New York (CUNY) and is currently a visiting scholar at the National Centre for Strategy on the Right to Space (CENEDET) at the National Institute of Post-Graduate Studies (IAEN) in Quito, Ecuador.

Harvey sat down with Patrick Clark, a PhD Candidate in Political Science at Carleton University and a researcher at the Latin American Faculty of Social Sciences in Ecuador, at the National Institute of Post-Graduate Studies (IAEN) in Quito, Ecuador.

 

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