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March 26, 2010 • Media Co-op

Tsilhqot'in people against Taseko Mines

Interview with Cecil Grinder at the rally in Williams Lake March 22nd 2010

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March 21, 2010 • Media Co-op

We have to find the Cracks in the System

Manuel Rozental on Resistance and the Consolidation of Fascism in Colombia

» Listen: by Dawn Paley

March 20, 2010 • Media Co-op

VPD Downplay Anti-Olympic Protests

Police board on Olympic security, held on Mar 17, 1pm

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March 16, 2010 • Media Co-op

"No Olympics on Stolen Native Land" Resonates Across Canada

Struggles against the extractive industries could take center stage in post-Olympics organizing

» Listen: by Dawn Paley

March 15, 2010 • Media Co-op

CHRY Radio: Raids on Toronto Women's Shelters

Interview with Fariah Chowdhury on Canada Border Services Agency Raids

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» Listen: by Candace Mooers

March 11, 2010 • Media Co-op

Rethinking research at McGill

CKUT asks: How involved do you want the military to be in campus research projects?

» Listen: by CKUT News Collective

March 11, 2010 • Toronto Media Co-op

CHRY FM: Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement

Interview with Jasmin Hristov

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» Listen: by Candace Mooers

March 6, 2010 • Toronto Media Co-op

The Canadian Media and the Haitian Earthquake

Kevin Skerrett from Canada Haiti Action Network

» Listen: by Brendan Stone

March 3, 2010 • Vancouver Media Co-op

CJAM Windsor Report on 2010 Olympics

Interview with VMC's Isaac Oommen on protest coverage

» Listen: by CJAM Windsor 99.1FM

March 1, 2010 • Vancouver Media Co-op

Grassroots media report on the 2010 Olympics

Interview with VMC's Isaac Oommen about covering the convergence

» Listen: by Redeye Radio

March 1, 2010 • Halifax Media Co-op

Halifax Petitions for a Bike Corridor

Advocacy group proposes a connected north-south route for cyclists

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» Listen: by Erica Butler

February 25, 2010 • Vancouver Media Co-op

Border Crackdowns Affecting Everyone

During the anti-Olympics convergence, many activists were unlawfully detained and questioned at the border by the FBI and Customs and Border Protection in an effort to squelch dissent.

» Listen: by Liam Nauska

February 23, 2010 • Vancouver Media Co-op

Soundtrack to the resistance

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February 21, 2010 • Vancouver Media Co-op

Diversity of Tactics, Diversity of Opinions

» Listen: by Dan Kellar - 7 comments

February 19, 2010 • Toronto Media Co-op

Enough is Enough! Friends & Relatives of the Disappeared

Protest in front of the Metro United Church in Toronto

February 18, 2010 • Halifax Media Co-op

Musicians for Farmers

The Halifax community comes together to support local farmers

» Listen: by Lee Park

February 17, 2010 • Vancouver Media Co-op

Police Crack Down on Activists as Olympics Continue

Interview with UBC student who was arrested Saturday, and had his possessions seized by VPD

» Listen: by lucho - 9 comments

February 17, 2010 • Vancouver Media Co-op

A Dinner Date With the Olympics (2010 Version)

A Deconstructing Dinner production

» Listen: by Deconstructing Dinner
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