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Mixed-Race Identity
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:10:30 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

Yvette Thompson examines issues of identity in the context of mixed-race individuals living in rural and urban communities across Canada.
Vancouver's Grassroots Music Fest
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:10:44 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

Music Waste is Vancouver's long-running community organized and focused alternative and underground music festival. In A Festival for the Rest of Y'all, Jamie Cessford digs into the event's history with founding members. Jamie Cessford is CJSF's Arts & Entertainment Coordinator, co-host of the Vancouver Mixtape (with CJSF Public Affairs & Talk Coordinator Jesse Wentzloff) and an avid participant in Vancouver's...
The path to happiness is rarely a straight line
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:11:13 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

Fascinated by career journeys that, like Lesley's own, haven’t followed a straight line, this documentary explores the circuitous and unexpected career journey of Dr. Jennifer Gardy. Not quite mimicking her childhood dream of being a doctor in the morning, a dentist in the afternoon, and a ballerina at night, Dr. Gardy has nevertheless carved out a science+performer career as both...
Concussions threaten Canada's game and those that play
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:11:06 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

In the wake of a number of high-profile suicides of hockey players, both active and retired, the world of professional hockey is coming to terms with a mental health crisis. In Men's Mental Health: Headshots, Jay Peachy explores responses to this crisis: how has the culture of hockey changed in response to these suicides? Jay Peachy is a multidisciplinary artist...
Lindqvist interview (reposted in memoriam)
13 Dec, 2016 | 0:10:33 |
EN | CJAM-FM Music Department |

This interview from 2013 was with a man named Bengt Lindqvist who was a pioneer for disability rights. he appeared in an episode of CJAM's Handi-Link along with Autism Ontario in the summer of 2013
Launch event Speeches
18 Nov, 2016 | 0:10:07 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | Sir Wilfrid Laurier : Builder of Todays's Canada

In his message M. Guy Matte, Executive director of the Canadian Foundation for Cross-Cultural Dialogue linked this initiative with the celebration of 150 Anniversary of Canada and the 175 anniversary of the birth of Sir Wilfrid Laurier. He stressed on the contribution of Sir Wilfrid Laurier to the construction of Canada. He thanked the different partners Canadian Heritage, Parks Canada,...
Tokens for homeless people & others in downtown Nanaimo bring healthy meals from restaurants
22 Apr, 2016 | 0:10:55 |
EN | Kevin Midbo | People First Radio

Cheryl Prince and Liz Kawahara are the organizers of an initiative that brings hungry homeless people in downtown Nanaimo together with healthy meals from restaurants in the area. Their token program is fashioned after a similar initiative used by Save On Meats in Vancouver. Read more here: http://www.vancouverislandmentalhealthsociety.org/?p=14569
Derek Book left 20 years of "substantial crisis" to get educated, work with others
05 Feb, 2016 | 0:12:17 |
EN | Kevin Midbo | People First Radio

Derek Book is a consultant living in Victoria, British Columbia. While Derek spent the first twenty years of his life “in substantial crisis,” he went on to become university-educated, and has been working in the field of social work for over twelve years as a case planner, needle exchange worker, homeless count coordinator, and shelter coordinator. He is the author...
BCHL players, supporters to learn about mental health to help provide support
05 Feb, 2016 | 0:12:48 |
EN | Kevin Midbo | People First Radio

Talk Today is a mental health education program designed for BCHL players and their supporters to learn about mental health and increase their skills in order to help support players who may be struggling or at risk of suicide. Find more information here: http://www.vancouverislandmentalhealthsociety.org/?p=12752
West coast firm designs Kube to be the best social network experience
18 Sep, 2015 | 0:12:14 |
EN | Kevin Midbo | People First Radio

It’s called Kube, and its developers describe it as the world’s perfect social network. Two Nanaimo brothers, Michael and Ian Reid, along with their team at Red Scotch Software, will roll out the beta version of a new fully private social network in October 2015. They’re taking on Facebook, which may seem audacious, but as Michael says, Kube will offer...
VickyTauli-Corpuz On Paraguay at UNPFII 2015
13 Aug, 2015 | 0:11:48 |
EN | NCRA ANREC | Cultural Survival's Indigenous Rights Radio

Vicky Tauli-Corpuz talks about her visit to Paraguay in her capacity as UN Special Rapporteur on the rights of Indigenous Peoples. She discusses the process and the preparation of these visits, highlighting the need for autonomy and security for the people she talks with. It is an opportunity to meet with Indigenous communities, civil society organisations, government ministers and the...
CKUT's Yafa interviews Sphynx on NCRA campaign to support the Indymedia converence in Ghana.
17 Jul, 2015 | 0:14:17 |
EN | Groundwire Production |

Yafa, this summer's host of CKUT's Friday Morning After program, talks with Sphynx, organizer with the Indymedia African Working Group. They discuss the upcoming convergence in Ghana, the NCRA's solidarity fundraising campaign, and the role of youth in the independent media movement in Africa. For information about the Ghana Convergence: http://imc-africa.mayfirst.org/content/converge-accra To donate to the NCRA's solidarity fundraising campaign, go...
Interview with Ajamu Nangwaya from the Campaign to End the Occupation of Haiti
01 Apr, 2015 | 0:13:17 |
EN | African Perspectives CHRY | African Perspectives

We speak with Ajamu Nangwaya from the Campaign to End the Occupation of Haiti about the past and present legacies of the American Occupation of Haiti and the on-going struggle to rid the nation of all forms of oppression.
CKUA 94.9 FM-The Edmonton Public Library welcomes homeless people instead of turning them away.
02 Mar, 2015 | 0:15:00 |
EN | Groundwire Production | GroundWire 2015 Homelessness Marathon

The Edmonton Public Library welcomes homeless people instead of turning them away and provides them with resources and support. Kurt Fabisch interviewed library manager Richard Thornley and outreach worker Jared Tkachuk. The full interview will air on the CKUA arts & culture program Muse. http://www.ckua.com/category/segments/muse/
how community radio fulfills a UN mandate for women
03 Feb, 2015 | 0:10:29 |
EN | Frieda Werden |

Twenty years after the 4th United Nations World Conference on Women, community radio can be seen as a success story in meeting goals set out in the Women and Media section (Section J) of the Beijing Platform for Action. This short talk was delivered at the UN in Geneva in November 2014.
Madi Sawatsky from Shake! talks about her label and releasing cassettes
12 Jan, 2015 | 0:14:53 |
EN | CFUV 101.9 FM Programming | Merch Float

Interview with Farid Omar
24 Nov, 2014 | 0:12:56 |
EN | African Perspectives CHRY | African Perspectives

The African Cup of Nations will be held from January 17 to February 8, 2015 in Equatorial Guinea. Though initially the tournament was to be held in Morocco, but they refused to stick to the schedule, citing fears of ebola. We speak to Farid about this situation, and the qualifying round of matches.
One of the smallter marches but very sincere
28 Sep, 2014 | 0:12:04 |
EN | Frieda Werden |

Comments and wild sound as some 35 people march to complete a brief water ceremony on the shore, in conjunction with worldwide climate march Sept 21
The Road to Unist'ot'en follows the Journey to the pipeline blockade in Northern BC
17 Sep, 2014 | 0:10:28 |
EN | CFUV 101.9 FM Programming | The Road to Unist'ot'en

In this segment, Geoff Johnson talks about creating the permaculture garden at the Unist'ot'en pipeline blockade to provide a food source for the camp.
Algonquin woman sings and plays the traditional hand drum
28 Aug, 2014 | 0:13:01 |
EN | PSF Alt Media Centre | Peoples' Radio

Programming from the Alternative Media Centre at the Peoples' Social Forum in Ottawa. Nancy Myatt or Hawk Woman is a traditional hand drummer and singer. She is Algonquin with Iroquois ancestry.
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