Nov 25, 2009

Poor...but not broken

Paul Weinberg
Bert Deveaux's new documentary, Poor No More, takes audiences on a tour through Canada's new rust belt. Here, poverty and job losses are reaching proportions not seen since the Great Depression.
Nov 17, 2009

Who are the people in your neighbourhood?

Meagan Perry
In this episode of rabble radio Sachin Seth meets with volunteers at the Fort York Food Bank, an interview with Anne McNeil, a Buddhist nun, and Lynn Thompson catches up with musicians, Baka Beyond.
Sep 15, 2009

Steven Loft: A curator with chutzpah

Jennifer Dales
During his stint at the National Gallery of Canada, Steve Loft has created two new and challenging exhibits that exemplify his willingness to push boundaries.
Aug 21, 2009

CanWest's summer of feminist bashing

James Winter
After a man murders three women in Pittsburgh, right-wing columnists let patriarchy off the hook by bashing feminism.
Jul 24, 2009

Harper Girl hits the Fringe

Ronak Ghorbani
Miss Ruby Jones delivers a shock and awe performance in "Harper Girl Does Canada" that will resonate with audiences across the country -- because who doesn't love Harper's steel grey eyes?
Jul 23, 2009

My own private 'eye' world

June Chua
Filmmaker Laura Bari's documentary, Antoine, is a journey of the senses and the inner world of a blind boy who has been integrated into Montreal's regular school system.


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