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Idle No More
A journalistic endeavour containing interviews, reports and documentaries from a year of screaming dangerously.
Pakistan court issues arrest warrant for Pervez Musharraf
February 18, 2011
| The Pakistan People's Party of Canada speaks about the assassination of Benazir Bhutto.
Egypt's crackdown on the media
February 9, 2011
| The Committee to Protect Journalists talk about the violence perpetrated against the media in Egypt.
09:57 minutes (4.57 MB)
The case of Mumia Abu Jamal
December 1, 2010
| The latest U.S. appeal court hearings into the fate of Mumia Abu Jamal.
The response to Haiti's cholera epidemic
November 29, 2010
| Canadian Red Cross spokesperson Sophie Chavanel from Port-au-Prince, Haiti.
06:18 minutes (2.89 MB)
November 18, 2010
| An update from Haitian community leader Marjorie Villefranche about what's happening on the ground in Haiti and Montreal's diaspora.
10:52 minutes (4.98 MB)
Aung San Suu Kyi is free!
November 15, 2010
| Jailed Burmese democracy leader Aung San Suu Kyi is released from house arrest.
09:05 minutes (4.17 MB)
Argentina's Mothers of the Disappeared
November 1, 2010
| This is the story of how a group of Argentine Mothers turned their movement into a revolution.
A migrant's tale
October 12, 2010
| Tamil-Canadian Ramani Balendra knows first-hand the desperate situation faced by refugees from her native Sri Lanka.
15:04 minutes (6.9 MB)
Oka Crisis - 20 years later and the issues still remain
September 24, 2010
| In conversation with Kanesatake Mohawk Clifton Nicholas about the 1990 Oka Crisis.
Underground Cinema opens in Toronto
May 5, 2010
| Toronto's newest movie house, the Toronto Underground Cinema, opens May 14, 2010. It will be the second largest single screen cinema in Toronto.
07:06 minutes (3.26 MB)
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