Jane Williams

Podcast
Aug 15, 2012

Report back on Gaza: Martha Roberts

Redeye
In June a delegation of community activists and political organizers went from Vancouver to Gaza. On July 22, the nine delegates held a public meeting in Vancouver to report back on their trip.
Podcast
Aug 14, 2012

Report back on Gaza: Kathy Copps

Redeye
In June 2012, a delegation of community activists and political organizers went from Vancouver to Gaza. On July 22, the delegates reported back on their trip.
Podcast
Aug 3, 2012

Washed Ashore: Art from marine garbage

Redeye
A plastic bottle jellyfish, a styrofoam coral reef and musical sea star. These are just some of the pieces made entirely from garbage collected along the Oregon coast.
Podcast
Jul 1, 2012
Redeye

University workers without contract for two years

Redeye
In recent weeks, union locals at universities across B.C. have voted in favour of strike action. Christy Clark's government is preventing universities from freely bargaining with their staff.
Podcast
Jun 30, 2012
Redeye

Book: First Nations 101

Redeye
Lynda Gray has written a book that contains "tons of stuff you need to know about First Nations people." Gray published the book herself and has sold almost 5,000 copies.
Podcast
Jun 23, 2012
Redeye

Enbridge inflating the numbers on pipeline support

Redeye
Enbridge says that it has the support of 60 percent of the First Nations along the proposed BC-Alberta route of the Northern Gateway pipeline. Art Sterritt says that's not true.
Podcast
Jun 22, 2012
Redeye

Evaluating recent changes to the B.C. welfare system

Redeye
On June 11, the B.C. government announced a host of welfare policy changes. While anti-poverty activists celebrate some of the changes, they condemn the government for failing to increase rates.
Podcast
May 30, 2012
Redeye

More bike commuters on the road

Redeye
Vancouver has made big strides in recent years to make it easier for cyclists to get around the city safely. Bike Hub is a member-based organization that works to remove barriers to cycling.
Podcast
May 28, 2012

Doctors protest cuts to health care for refugees

Redeye
On May 11, about 30 doctors marched into the Toronto office of the Federal Minister of Natural Resources Joe Oliver and occupied the office while another 50 doctors waited outside.
Podcast
May 14, 2012
Redeye

Mayday: A Graphic History of Protest

Redeye
Mayday: A Graphic History of Protest is a new comic produced by the Graphic History collective. It traces the history of Mayday from its beginning in the late 1800s to its expression in Canada today.
Podcast
May 12, 2012
Redeye

The big banks' big secret

Redeye
In 2008 Stephen Harper said that Canada has the only banks in the western world that were not looking at bailouts. But a new report says that several banks did need extra money.
Podcast
Mar 9, 2012
Redeye

The Fukushima nuclear disaster: One year later

Redeye
A conference on March 10-11 explores the repercussions of the disaster at the Fukushima nuclear reactor. We ask Arnie Gundersen what we know and what we are not being told.
Podcast
Mar 7, 2012
Redeye

Book: Feeling Canadian

Redeye
A new book by author, filmmaker and media theorist Marusya Bociurkiw takes a close look at Canadian television.
Podcast
Feb 16, 2012
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Crunching the numbers on Canada's pension crisis

Redeye
Stephen Harper says we can't afford to finance our current pension payment. Yet a pension expert that Harper hired a couple of years ago says it's sustainable and sound.
Podcast
Feb 9, 2012

Closing the door on refugees from Mexico

Redeye
Journalist Karla Garcia Ramirez fled Mexico after getting death threats after blowing the whistle on government corruption. Despite this, she was turned down for refugee status.
Podcast
Feb 6, 2012
Redeye

Wikileaks papers confirm U.S. interference in Haiti

Redeye
In 2011, Wikileaks released secret U.S. government cables to the independent newspaper Haiti Liberte. The cables reveal a long history of interference in the internal politics of Haiti.
Podcast
Feb 1, 2012
Redeye

Coastal First Nations oppose pipeline and tankers

Redeye
Art Sterritt is executive director of Coastal First Nations, an alliance of eight First Nations with traditional territories extending from Rivers Inlet up to Prince Rupert and Haida Gwai.

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