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Face2Face | Jaren Hayman and Garry James talk to David Peck about their controversial film exploring racism in what has been called one of the biggest trafficking hubs in the country.
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Jason MacLean
Marc Belanger, C. Marie Ainsborough, Derek Blackadder | RadioLabour's Canada report April 5-12, 2019 -- health care in Nova Scotia is in a crisis, corporate lobbyists are fighting pharmacare, and more.
Blog
Photo by Robin Tress.
Brent Patterson | We must collectively resist BP's drilling for oil and gas off the coast of Nova Scotia.
Podcast
Defending marine ecosystems and fisheries from fossil fuel development
Scott Neigh | Gretchen Fitzgerald and John Davis talk about the work of the Offshore Alliance, an uncommon coalition between environmental and fisheries organizations.
Blog
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Don Duchene | For over 20 years the idea of Nova Scotians having our own educational broadcaster has popped up, in fits and starts, but it has never put down roots.
Blog
James Hutt | Canada has begun to acknowledge its history of brutal colonization, but has been slow to recognize the legal rights of self-determination.
Blog
One Government Place
Christopher Majka | In a panic, Nova Scotia government summoned the legislature to impose a contract on teachers working to rule. Ten minutes later it adjourned. What? I talked to my source, a fly on the wall.
Blog
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Karl Nerenberg | The Trudeau government wants to move away from coal. Will that mean increased reliance on nuclear? And what about mitigation strategies for displaced workers?
Blog
NDP MLA-elect, Lisa Roberts
Christopher Majka | With the byelection victory of Lisa Roberts, Nova Scotia's NDP has the wind in its sails and brings onboard a stellar community leader committed to a vibrant, progressive, social-democratic vision.
Blog
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Stephen Kimber | If you'd like an object lesson in how not to conduct corporate public relations, consider how Sobeys, the second-largest supermarket chain in the country, bungled a racial-profiling case.
News
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Teuila Fuatai | Talks broke off Wednesday after management rejected the union offer and counter-offered with an agreement even worse than the one proposed in January.
Blog
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James Hutt | Few young people want to leave Nova Scotia, but they often have little choice. If politicians continue to cater to foreign fossil fuel companies and to cut social services, nothing will change.