Lorraine Chisholm

Podcast
Apr 28, 2011
Redeye

Changing image of Arabs

Redeye
The uprisings in the Middle East have shaken some of the prejudices against Arabs and led Westerners to see people in the Muslim countries of the Middle East as simply people struggling for justice.
Podcast
Apr 13, 2011

Egypt's revolutionary past

Redeye
Joel Beinin tells Redeye about the 1952 revolution that ousted King Farouk and put Gamal Nasser in power.
Podcast
Mar 25, 2011

Legal aid an essential public service

Redeye
Redeye finds out about a recent report making the case that access to our legal system is one of the basic pillars of society along with education, health care and social welfare.
Podcast
Mar 23, 2011
Redeye

G20 a pivotal moment in Canadian history

Redeye
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association tells Redeye that they believe police abuses during the G20 summit were sufficiently serious that there should be a full public inquiry.
Podcast
Mar 21, 2011
Redeye

Tent city challenges Olympic Village housing

Redeye
Redeye speaks with one of the activists involved in setting up a tent city in the former Athletes Village on the anniversary of the tent city set up during the 2010 Olympics.
Podcast
Mar 21, 2011

Quebec mining activist sued by Petrolia

Redeye
Ramsey Hart of MiningWatch Canada tells Redeye about a lawsuit filed against an environmental activist in Quebec following an article in the Montreal daily Le Soleil. Hart believes it's a SLAPP suit.
Podcast
Mar 15, 2011

Vancouver's Chinatown threatened with development

Redeye
Vancouver City Council will vote March 17 on whether to allow increases in height and density. Locals fear that highrise towers in Chinatown will destroy the historic character of the neighbourhood.
Podcast
Mar 8, 2011
Redeye

Women and digital culture

Redeye
Redeye talks with DJ Betti Forde, one of the curators of the Utopia Festival in Vancouver. The festival aims to encourage women to get involved in the male-dominated field of technology.
Podcast
Mar 9, 2011
Redeye

Hydro rates skyrocket in B.C.

Redeye
Redeye asked John Calvert what's behind the huge increases in the cost of electricity in British Columbia. Calvert is the author of Liquid Gold: Energy Privatization in B.C.
Podcast
Feb 3, 2011

What led to the uprising in Egypt

Redeye
Stephen Zunes joins us on Redeye to talk about the Mubarak regime, the Egyptian economy and the Obama administration's response to the pro-democracy movement in the streets.

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