Lorraine Chisholm

Podcast
May 16, 2010

A new vision for community TV

Redeye
Catherine Edwards thinks it's time for cable companies to open up their airways to communities to create programming. Edwards is with CACTUS, an advocacy group for public access broadcasting.
Podcast
May 12, 2010

Oxfam America under fire over GMOs

Redeye
Food activists question Oxfam America's stance that "transgenic crops offer enormous possibilities." Anuradha Mittal of the Oakland Institute was one of the signatories of an open letter to Oxfam.
Podcast
May 12, 2010
Redeye

A grassroots agenda for climate change

Redeye
Activists attending the people's conference in Cochabamba, Bolivia came up with a declaration articulating a radical new approach to the issue of climate change. Ben Powless tells us how they did it.
Podcast
May 11, 2010
Redeye

Israeli Apartheid Week a success in Winnipeg

Redeye
The University of Winnipeg hosted its first week of events to raise awareness about Israeli actions and policies towards Palestinians. Brian Latour is one of the student organizers.
Podcast
Feb 6, 2010

Global recession may save farmland in B.C.

Redeye
The highway expansion planned for the Lower Mainland was designed for increased truck traffic from a container port in Delta to Highway 1. Opponents say it's no longer needed.
Podcast
Feb 3, 2010

Canadian government releases last of Tamil refugees

Redeye
Seventy-six Tamil refugees were immediately taken into custody when they were discovered off the coast of British Columbia in October 2009 under suspicion of membership in the Tamil Tigers.
Podcast
Jan 31, 2010

Sweet Crude: A film about the Niger Delta

Redeye
Since oil was discovered in Nigeria, life expectancy has dropped by 20 years, mangroves have disappeared and fish have been poisoned. Meanwhile the wealth generated by the resource leaves the country.

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