CAW economist Jim Stanford discusses the defeat of the Harper government and the electoral options as the election campaign is about to take off. Publisher James Lorimer talks about the likely impact of lifting the ban on foreign investment in the Canadian book publishing industry. Researcher and educator Marita Moll reflects on whether nuclear energy is still an option after Fukushima.
Music is the Weapon playlist:
- Country Joe McDonald, The Call, War,War,War
- Country Joe McDonald, The Moutains Maker, War,War,War
- Country Joe McDonald, The Twins, War,War,War
- Country Joe McDonald, War Widow, War,War,War
- Country Joe McDonald, The March of the Dead, War,War,War
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