Lisa Moore

Podcast
Mar 19, 2006

Pharmaceutical drugs in our drinking water

Redeye
Blood pressure medications, birth control pills, antibiotics - residues of all these substances are now being detected in our ground water and municipal water systems.
Podcast
Dec 30, 2005

Madeleine Parent: Activist

Redeye
Madeleine Parent organized women and children in the cotton mills of Quebec during the war, fought the influence of the church and the Catholic syndicates and helped to establish the independent Canad
Podcast
Dec 15, 2005

An appreciation of James Graff

Redeye
James Graff died on October 23. He was a tireless worker for human rights, especially those of the Palestinian people. His friend and co-worker Mordecai Briemberg remembers him.
Podcast
Dec 11, 2005

Opposing the death penalty in the United States

Redeye
On December 2, the state of North Carolina killed Kenneth Boyd by lethal injection, making him the 1000th person to be executed since the U.S. brought back the death penalty in 1976. In that time, 100
News
Jul 15, 2003

Newfoundland's film industry keeps indie roots

Lisa Moore
In Newfoundland, it will be interesting to see if the emerging film industry, like Toronto's, starts cashing in on the really bad blockbusters to the detriment of more artistic endeavors. The Nickel

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