Street Cred

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Street Cred

A journalistic endeavour containing interviews, reports and documentaries from a year of screaming dangerously.

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Jun 15, 2012

#CityTalk: Bike month coverage

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This week's #CityTalk extends its bike week coverage to make June bike month at CKUT's Friday Morning After.
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Jun 8, 2012

#CityTalk: Talking transit

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This week's #CityTalk focuses on public transit with American transit guru Gabe Klein and an interview with Montreal writer and public transit enthusiast Taras Grescoe, author of "Straphanger."
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Jun 1, 2012

#CityTalk: Urban Occupations

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Montreal artists Shauna Janssen and Kathleen Vaughan discuss their interpretive walk of vanished neighbourhood: Goose Village.
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Apr 27, 2012

Vanishing Montreal

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A southwest Montreal blogger's website called Vanishing Montreal is documenting a recent string of building demolitions, posting photographs of what he calls "the changing face of St-Henri."
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Apr 20, 2012

Citizen Lambert goes to city hall

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Montreal heritage preservation advocate Phyllis Lambert, the "Joan of architecture," takes her fight to save Griffintown and the Lower Main to Montreal city hall.
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Apr 13, 2012

Saving Montreal's Main

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As bulldozers move in to demolish a remaining strip of the city's once notorious red light district, further up Montreal's Main, the Plateau borough council has forced a building to be restored.
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Aug 31, 2011

Mobilizing the Will to Intervene

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Dr. Frank Chalk from Concordia University on Mobilizing the Will to Intervene, an initiative to inform governments and prevent mass atrocities before they occur.
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Aug 23, 2011

The Sergakis Series: Ex-employees speak out!

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Ex-employees at Montreal's La Station des Sports, a sports bar in downtown Montreal, speak out against the way they were mistreated by their former boss.
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May 5, 2011

Mobilizing the youth vote in Canada

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Canada's federal election didn't quite turn out the way everyone expected. I speak with Ilona Dougherty, the executive director of Apathy is Boring, a group mobilizing the youth vote in Canada.
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Apr 20, 2011

Meet Jose. He's not a terrorist.

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'We are Jose' is an awareness-raising tour being led by Jose Figueroa, an El Savadoran man living in Langley, B.C. with a deportation order against him by the Canadian government.
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Apr 14, 2011

Guatemala's New Horizon

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Guatemala's Nuevo Horizonte is a co-operative community founded in 1998 by former guerrilla fighters, two years after a peace agreement was made with the government, ending over 36 years of civil war.
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Mar 31, 2011

Illinois abolishes death penalty

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Formed in 1999 by Protess and students, the Medill Innocence Project has uncovered evidence to free 11 innocent men, five of them on death row in the state of Illinois.
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Mar 23, 2011

An Afghan woman's story

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At Montreal's Afghan Women's Centre, Makai Aref has organized a catering service to empower a group of local Afghan women.
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Mar 18, 2011

Quebec Leaks

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QuebecLeaks.org co-founder and spokesperson Luc Lefebvre explains the new Canadian whistleblower website.
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Mar 8, 2011

Musicians of the World

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The Montreal World Symphony Orchestra, which recently celebrated its fifth anniversary, is the city's most successful integration project ever.

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