Lisa Moore

Podcast
Dec 7, 2007

Toxins in toys

Redeye
Governments in the U.S. and Canada are allowing phthalates in toys, despite research showing they have serious health effects on children.
Podcast
Dec 5, 2007

Court victory for Tsilhqot'in in B.C. Interior

Redeye
Last month Justice David Vickers of the B.C. Supreme Court found in favour of the Tsilhqot'in in their claim to aboriginal title of their territory around Williams Lake.
Podcast
Nov 12, 2007

Liquid Gold

Redeye
John Calvert's new book documents the dismantling of B.C. Hydro and the end of publicly-owned power in British Columbia.
Podcast
Jul 3, 2007

Independence Daze

Redeye
Jamie Ardeña is a Filipino-American artist whose work examines the colonial period in the history of the Philippines.
Podcast
Dec 7, 2006

B.C. and Alberta sign trade agreement

Redeye
The agreement has been described as a "licence to kill for big business" and it's got residents of an island community in B.C. up in arms.
Podcast
Dec 30, 2006

Child poverty in Canada

Redeye
In 1989, the federal government committed to end child poverty by the year 2000. 16 years later, one in six children are poor.
Podcast
Jun 26, 2006

Myths about healthcare in Canada and the U.S.

Redeye
A look behind the media reports of growing waitlists and short-staffed emergency rooms to the real differences between healthcare north and south of the border.
Podcast
May 31, 2006

Torture of protesters in Atenco

Redeye
First-hand accounts are slowly surfacing of the treatment of protesters in San Salvador Atenco in Mexico. We speak with Felicitas Treue of the Collective against Torture and Impunity in Mexico City.
Podcast
May 24, 2006

Stanley Park's secret

Redeye
Vancouver's largest urban park was home to families who were forcibly evicted to create the well-known seawall path that encircles the park. Jean Barman's latest book uncovers the hidden history of St

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