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Brian Cleveland |
“Knowledge Hall” is produced at CFMH, local 107.3fm in Saint John, New Brunswick. This lecture series seeks to showcase speakers who are passionate about something that is not necessarily their vocation. Knowledge hall endeavors to expose the masses to subjects and interests they may not be familiar with. Throughout the series local speakers will enlighten you with their love of...
Christopher Currie |
CFRC 101.9 FM in Kingston, Ontario, welcomed campus and community radio broadcasters from across Canada to the 2012 National Campus and Community Radio Conference (NCRC), which took place from June 12-17. This year marks CFRC’s 90th anniversary. This year’s conference featured an array of stimulating workshops, provocative speakers and mind-blowing music performances. We also hosted the first ever Equity in...
Justin Ritchie |
THE EXTRAENVIRONMENTALIST broadcasts from the mindset of an outsider looking in on Earth. Such a visitor would be immediately struck by the unsustainability of our social, environmental and economic systems and would promote awareness of this predicament while drawing attention to alternatives.
CHRY News Departement |
The CHRY News Now Collective brings you weekday community news with a critical perspective covering stories on education, health & environment, independent arts & culture and social justice activism.
cjsfprog |
An exploration of Aboriginal peoples and the law in Canada which explores topics such as colonialism, Canada's Charter of Rights and Freedoms, Stephen Harper's apology, the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, the Missing Women's Inquiry, and more.
Brad Mennie |
With the help of blues and roots labels like Stony Plain, True North, NorthernBlues, Dog My Cat, Cordova Bay and many others, plus a constant influx of independent submissions, The Big Groove Radio Show has a pretty cool mix that pushes the modern blues envelope in all directions. It's forward thinking without losing it's classic blues groove.
Remy MacFarlane |
Hosted by Remington J. Osborne and Monster Mike and produced by Red Shirt Ryan, Where Monsters Dwell is your weekly dose of pop culture talk radio. Spanning such topics as comics, movies, TV and games. Bringing you live creator interviews and our own perspective on pop culture news and happenings. You can tune in LIVE around the world by visiting...
Tim McSorley |
The Montreal Media Co-op is at COP17 in Durban, South Africa. We are primarily covering the actions and concerns of grassroots and civil society operating outside and excluded from the COP17 negotiations. A particular focus is also being placed on Canada's role at COP17 - and the ongoing criticisms of its obstructionism.
janine bandcroft |
G-Radio is dedicated to social justice, the environment, community, and providing a forum for people and issues not covered in the corporate-stream media. Gorilla Radio airs live every Monday, 5-6pm Pacific Time. In Victoria at 101.9 FM, 104.3 cable, streaming live at cfuv.uvic.ca.
Irma Arkus |
A series of interview conducted on June 29th,2011 on the subject of HST in BC.
QueerFM Vancouver |
Sports, Cultural and Human Rights Conference coverage from the ENTIRE 2011 North American OutGames Broadcasts - by QueerFM Vancouver & CiTR 101.9FM
CFUV 101.9 FM Programming |
Weekly one-hour music program. An eclectic mix of indie rock, electronic, and hip hop. All songs are Canadian Content. Produced by Johnnie Regalado at CFUV 101.9FM in Victoria. http://cfuv.uvic.ca
Michael Brown |
Radio Actif is the francophone show that is aired on CHRW every Sunday from 9:00 - 10:00 am
Frieda Werden |
April 2011 conference organized the the Department of Gender, Sexuality and Women of Simon Fraser University: An interdisciplinary critique questioning the ways in which medicalization limits bodily and sexual diversity, constructs narrow definitions of what is sexually ‘normal’, imposes new forms of surveillance and control, serves profits over pleasures, and leads to serious physical and psychological health side?effects.
Corey Walker |
A show from the perspective of the Baha'i writings, with a focus on oneness and unity.
Jesse M. Zimmerman |
A series of in-depth interviews on international issues. This series contains a spirit of cosmopolitanism and the common struggles of all.
sarah mangle |
An interview based radio show about things people make (crafts, zines, home-made museums,films, shows and books, among other things) that are not considered fine art. We talk about the politics,ideas and stories associated with these projects. These Things that People Make most frequently features work by queer people, women,and people who work from radical feminist perspectives. Things that People Make...
walter |
This program is devoted to educating people about local food in Canada, how it is produced, processed, marketed, and sold. The human side of food is explored, especially in the greater context of our economy and society. We share the stories of vegetable, fruit, and grain growers, dairy operators, meat producers, chefs, brewers, winemakers, beekeepers, restauranteurs, and local food advocates.
Brent Holland |
Brent Holland - radio show the value of a single human being the value of a single act of kindness the value of a single idea
Boomer Radio |
Spiritual and social concepts and issues are discussed from a Baha'i perspective
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