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Talking Radical Radio October 22
Image: By Vivienne Ho. Used with permission of Millennium For All.
Joe Curnow and Bronwyn Dobchuk-Land talk about the work of Millennium For All to challenge airport-like security measures instituted earlier this year at the public library in downtown Winnipeg.
RadioLabour October 18
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RadioLabour Canada Report: Seven women protesting the death of temporary workers arrested while occupying Doug Ford's constituency office.
face2face October 17
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Gardening for the planet, gardening for your own well being -- TV series director Ian Toews and Face2Face host David Peck talk about the ways that gardening helps people and society.
The Hum Podcast October 16
Image: Gilad Cohen
Bianca Mercer and "Conviction" co-director Nance Ackerman discuss the enduring stigma of life after prison, and why they believe in the necessity of community-based rehabilitation.
rabble radio October 15
An election polling station in 2015. Image: Ishmael Daro/Flickr
Karl Nerenberg has been covering elections for more years than he wants to say. He looks ahead to e-day and the possibilities for Canada's next Parliament.
face2face October 11
Image: Michael Ungar. Used with permission.
"Change Your World" explores how the self-help industry contributes to victim-blaming politics and doesn't do a lot of good in the long run. Author Michael Ungar talks about his new book.
RadioLabour October 11
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RadioLabour Canada Report: CUPW wants Canada Post to provide banking services.
rabble radio October 10
Radio tower in Cambridge Bay, Nunavut. Image: Victoria Fenner
The "Facts are Free" campaign brings the urgency of climate change to campus and community airwaves during the lead up to the election. And, we hear how Future Majority is reaching young voters.
Talking Radical Radio October 8
Image: Used with permission of Green Jobs Oshawa.
Rebecca Keetch and Tiffany Balducci talk about Green Jobs Oshawa and the fight to get their city's soon-closing automobile assembly plant taken into public hands and re-tooled for green production.
RadioLabour October 4
Foodora messenger. Image: Tiia Monto/Wikimedia
RadioLabour Canada Report: Workers at Uber, Lyft and Foodora are employees and they want unions.
face2face October 4
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"Town of Widows" co-director Natasha Luckhardt talks about the fight with General Electric and workers compensation as families seek justice for work-related illness and death of their loved ones.
Needs No Introduction October 3
Trudeau with G20 Summit leaders. Image: White House/Flickr
Martin Lukacs' new book is launched in Vancouver featuring a stellar panel of activists discussing the Trudeau legacy.
face2face October 2
Image Copyright: Joe Berridge. Used with permission.
Joe Berridge talks about urban life and entropy, why they are like machines and purpose built; liberty and democracy; urban planning; and why successful cities need immigrants.
The Hum Podcast October 2
Photo: Gilad Cohen
Waad and Hamza Al-Kateab, along with director Edward Watts, discuss their film "For Sama," the conflicting information about Syria, and finding love within activism.
Talking Radical Radio October 1
Image: Used with permission of the Migrant Rights Network.
Karen Cocq talks about the work of the Migrant Rights Network to fight racism and xenophobia during the federal election campaign and beyond.
RadioLabour September 27
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RadioLabour Canada Report: Labour's fight for a just transition to green economies.
rabble radio September 26
Screenshot of Government of Canada website. Image: Open Knowledge Foundation/Flickr
Amanda Clark talks about her book "Opening the Government of Canada" and the challenges and conundrums of governing in the digital era.
Asia Pacific Currents September 25
The Christmas Island concentration camp. Image: Wikimedia
The Australian government is one of the leaders in anti-asylum seekers and refugee policies. The latest battle is over a Tamil family detained in an offshore prison camp on Christmas Island.
Talking Radical Radio September 24
Image: Used with the permission of Raven Trust and Pull Together
Maia Wikler talks about the Pull Together campaign, which is raising money to support First Nations' legal challenges to the Trans Mountain tar sands pipeline expansion project.
RadioLabour September 20
Greenland ice sheet. Image: Wikipedia/Christine Zenino
RadioLabour Canada Report: Unions support young people in their global climate strikes because it will be their world that suffers.
face2face September 20
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Steven Warshaw and Gabe Polsky talk to Face2Face host David Peck talk about their new film "Red Penguins," hockey, nationalism, the Cold War, optimism and hope, and capitalism run amok.
rabble radio September 19
Image: Climate Action Toronto, May 3 2019. Payton Mitchell. Used with permission.
Tomorrow is the first day of Climate Strike Canada. We hear from youth from across the country about what's happening and their hopes and frustrations about solving the climate crisis.
Talking Radical Radio September 17
Image: Wikimedia - The "Hunger March" in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, December 1932, McDermid Studio
Alvin Finkel talks about the grassroots historical work of the Alberta Labour History Institute and about his new book, "Compassion: A Global History of Social Policy."
RadioLabour September 13
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RadioLabour Canada Report: Lab-grown meat and unions. A workers' revolution in the UK? Paid leave in B.C. And more.
rabble radio September 12
James Gordon and pal working on the script. Image: James Gordon/Facebook
Gordon, a singer-songwriter and Guelph city councillor, premiered his new climate crisis musical in Barrie last Friday. A conversation and lots of music!
face2face September 11
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Ruth Lande Shuman talks about creativity and change, our inner artists, the deprivation of colour, empowerment and Pepto Bismol pink, and the potential for social change.
Asia Pacific Currents September 11
Workers in Taiwan. Image: Malcolm Koo/Wikimedia Commons
Labor Notes is a U.S.-based labour organization. In August it held a regional conference in Taiwan bringing together workers from around the region.
Talking Radical Radio September 10
Image: Used with permission of Wa Ni Sak Tan: an alliance of hydro-impacted communities.
Hydro isn't as sustainable an energy source as it might look. Ramona Neckoway and Stephane McLachlan talk about the work of Wa Ni Ska Tan: An alliance of hydro-impacted Indigenous communities.
RadioLabour September 6
Toronto Labour Day Parade 2018. Image: Torontonian/Alamy Stock Photo. Used by permission (purchased photo).
RadioLabour's Canada Report September 6 to 13, 2019. Labour's five point agenda to make every day Labour's Day.
rabble radio September 5
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Rocky Petkov, organizer with Extinction Rebellion Toronto, talks about ER's approach to the climate crisis, and how it’s different from ER Europe.