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Radio — Nurses standing up for patient care

Sandi Mowat has been a registered nurse for thirty-five years, and she is the president of the Manitoba Nurses Union (MNU). The current government in the province is committed to transforming the delivery of healthcare, but the experiences of MNU … Continue reading

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Radio — Seeking justice in Saskatchewan in the wake of the Gerald Stanley verdict

Prescott Demas is a Dakota man, originally from Chanupa Wakpa and currently living in Regina. He was one of a number of Indigenous people and allies who, in the wake of the acquittals of Gerald Stanley and Raymond Cormier in … Continue reading

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Radio — Queering space, both online and off

Lucas LaRochelle is a designer based in Montreal and the initiator of Queering the Map, an online project that is attempting to explore what queer space means and what queering space can look like. Scott Neigh interviews them about the … Continue reading

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Radio — Building community resilience in the face of climate change

Sheila Murray, Beatrice Ekoko, Lidia Ferreira, and Michelle Sullivan all work in some capacity with an initiative called the Lighthouse Project, a pilot that aims to develop new approaches for building resilience in a number of Ontario communities in the … Continue reading

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Radio — Bringing stalking into the #MeToo conversations about gendered violence

Julie Lalonde is a long-time women’s rights advocate and public educator whose work focuses on sexual and gendered violence. Two years ago, when a man she had been in a relationship with for a couple of years more than a … Continue reading

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Radio — Mi’kmaq water protectors blocking fossil fuel infrastructure in Nova Scotia

Dorene Bernard is a Mi’kmaq woman of the Otter Clan from Sipekne’katik and a residential school survivor, and she describes herself as a grassroots grandmother, a water walker, and a water protector. Rebecca Moore is a Mi’kmaq woman from Pictou … Continue reading

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Radio — Thirty-five years of peace activism in Calgary

Trudy Govier first became involved in peace issues in the early 1980s. She was one of the founders in 1982 of the peace group currently known as the Ploughshares Calgary Society, and today she is still involved. Scott Neigh talks … Continue reading

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