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February 8, 2010 • Vancouver Media Co-op

Miranda Dick from the Secwepemc nation talking about the consequences of the Olympics on indigenous lands

at a event in Montreal in december 2009 before the protest against the torch rally organized by the Montreal chapter of Peoples Global Action (PGA)

» Listen: by CKUT News Collective

February 8, 2010 • Media Co-op

Al Jazeera Arabic ignores gay news

Comparing the English and Arabic sister networks "is like comparing apples and oranges"

» Story: by Anita Krajnc

January 31, 2010 • Toronto Media Co-op

Pro-Democracy, Not Prorogue! (1/2)

January 31, 2010 • Toronto Media Co-op

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Pro-Democracy, Not Prorogue! (2/2)

January 31, 2010 • Toronto Media Co-op

Toronto Rally Against Prorogation

No Prorogue! Prorogue Harper! Protest around Yonge-Dundas Sq

» Listen: by Daniel Libby

January 21, 2010 • Media Co-op

CRTC invites Canadians to comment on $100+ million for community television

Public hearings into future of commuity television in Canada

» Story: by Michael Lithgow

January 18, 2010 • Media Co-op

On the Ground in Haiti: Interview with Ansel Herz

independent journalist and ckut correspondent describes "disaster porn" and the reality in Haiti

» Listen: by Chris Scott

January 16, 2010 • Halifax Media Co-op

Halifax march calls for end to Israeli oppression

Gaza shattered by war, still under siege

» Story: by Bruce Wark
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