Karen Mackintosh

Podcast
Mar 15, 2006

Abandoned railroad to become greenway for Vancouver

Redeye
When Canadian Pacific stopped using their Arbutus railway line, they asked the city of Vancouver to re-zone it for commerical development. When the city refused, CPR took them all the way to the Supre
Podcast
Mar 6, 2006

Water privatization in Whistler

Redeye
Whistler council just voted to allow operation of their wastewater system to go to a private company. One of the bidders is Vivendi. The Council of Canadians see this as the thin edge of the wedge.
Podcast
Mar 5, 2006

Stockwell Day, Minister of Public Safety

Redeye
Immigration lawyer and activist Zool Suleman comments on Day's plans to bring in a national ID card for Canadians, as well as armed border guards and an American-style border patrol.
Podcast
Mar 10, 2006

Munich: a film by Stephen Spielberg

Redeye
Mordecai Briemberg went to see the film and share his thoughts. Also in this show, a conversation with artist Claudia Bernal about her show "Monument to Ciudad Juarez"
Podcast
Feb 26, 2006

U.S. National Security Agency spying on Americans

Redeye
In December, a New York Times report identified the existence of a secret domestic surveillance program. Attorneys at the Centre for Constitutional Rights suspect that they are one of the targets of t
Podcast
Jan 29, 2006

Stephen Harper's plans for Canada

Redeye
Greg Albo of York University says the left should take a very sober reading of the election results, despite the gain in NDP seats. He outlines what kind of social policies he thinks the Conservatives
Podcast
Jan 19, 2006

Closing the Front Door on Refugees

Redeye
The Safe Third Country agreement with the United States has been in effect for one year and the number of refugees making claims at the land border has dropped dramatically. Canada is rapidly losing i

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