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The magic of generosity
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:15:02 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

The concept or human ability to be generous has fascinated intellectuals and has been studied by experts across the board. But what happens when we start to give what we don’t have, or what we think we don't have? I Have Nothing To Give, I Have Everything To Give begs us to rip the bandage off our feelings of scarcity...
The motivations of Climate Activists
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:16:30 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

Climate change is the most complex problem in human history. While we face many mitigation challenges, people globally are fighting back against idle leaders and big corporations. Inspired by those on the movement's forefront, Frontlines of the Climate Movement catches up with three Vancouver-based activists and examines what motivates them in the fight for climate justice. Rebecca Visser completed her...
Attachment Theory; Dating; Life
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:15:24 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

Attachment theory states that a strong emotional and physical attachment to at least one primary caregiver is critical to personal development. John Bowlby first coined the term as a result of his studies involving the developmental psychology of children from various backgrounds. M and E examines personal relationships through the lens of Attachment Theory, helping producer Marilyn Anne Campbell better...
The history of Vancouver's iconic Patricia Hotel
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:15:39 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

The city might have grown and changed around it, but the Patricia Hotel has remained a fixture in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside since opening its doors over a century ago. Past Patricia Present traces the hotel and music venue's history and changing roles: as lodging for loggers, then the birthplace of jazz in Vancouver, and finally a hub for today's independent...
Discover the importance of radio to Canadian prairie communities in the 1930s
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:15:06 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

In the 1930s, radio broadcasts brought the world into the homes of many folks in such far-flung places as the Canadian Prairies. In Radio Through History, Saskatchewan native Marion Jorgenson (nee Roach) tells the listener about hearing radio for the first time and how it essentially changed her life: how radio brought fear and excitement into her family’s three-room farmhouse...
Landmines and Disabilities in Cambodia
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:15:01 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

Cambodia is one of the most heavily land mined countries in the world -­ still with about millions of pieces of unexploded ordnance and landmines in existence. According to the HALO Trust, “over 64,000 landmine casualties have been recorded in Cambodia since 1979, and with over 25,000 amputees Cambodia has the highest ratio per capita in the world.” Accidents occur...
The road to recovery from sexual assault for a daughter of Guatemalan refugees
24 Feb, 2017 | 0:18:32 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

Nati Garcia’s childhood was marked by questions. The daughter of Guatemalan refugees didn’t know where her parents came from or why they fled. In fact, they barely spoke. So when she was sexually assaulted at the age of eight, she didn’t know who to talk to. The Long Journey Home explores what Nati went through to heal and discover her...
Shiraz Ramji is a student, an activist, and a loving storyteller who spreads a message of peace
23 Feb, 2017 | 0:15:40 |
EN | cjsfprog | Making Time for Radio Documentary Series

Shiraz Ramji is a man about town in a way not many people have seen before. He is a student, an activist, and a loving storyteller who spreads his message of peace by making friends. He will give you poetry, hummus and hugs, all to fight injustice the world over. I Am A Fruit Tree tells the story of this...
Canadian journalist Jesse Rosenfeld interview
30 Nov, 2016 | 0:19:31 |
EN | CKUT News Department |

Journalist Jesse Rosenfeld as he covers conflict, war and Revolution in the Middle East. Niyousha Basanti spoke with Jesse about the role of journalists and journalism today, the occupation of Palestine, and Canada's complicity in current conflicts in the Middle East. 20mn - full interview 8mn - about the film/freelancing/journalism as activism (bilingual French and English) 10mn - About Palestine,...
Sir Wilfrid Laurier : Builder of Todays's Canada launch event interviews
18 Nov, 2016 | 0:16:02 |
EN | Patrick Auguste | Sir Wilfrid Laurier : Builder of Todays's Canada

Interview wiith Guy Matte, ED of of the Canadian Foundation for Cross-Cultural Interview with Corinne Sauve, one of the two scenarists with Body Ngoy of the comic strip and the comic strip motion Interview with Shaunpal Jandu, member of the Canadian Parents for French which participate in the project
An Indigenous production volunteer recounts his visit to the 35th NCRC.
05 Oct, 2016 | 0:19:28 |
EN | Ophira |

An Indigenous production volunteer gives an account of his experiences at the 35th NCRC from June 6-11, 2016 at CHUO 89.1 FM in Ottawa. There he learns more about himself, his craft, and how he can combine his Indigenous background with audio content creation.
Indigenous youth, the suicide crisis, and hope in the face of oppression
22 Apr, 2016 | 0:18:40 |
EN | Kevin Midbo | People First Radio

Michael Redhead Champagne has spent the last 19 years speaking out and leading by example. Recently recognized in 2015 in TIME Magazine as a Next Generation Leader for his hopeful approach to community organizing, MC is “committed to meeting groups where they are at, and taking a solution oriented approach to youth engagement, facilitation and community mobilization.” Read more here:...
Judgment strikes down certain drug-related mandatory minimum sentences from Harper years
22 Apr, 2016 | 0:15:03 |
EN | Kevin Midbo | People First Radio

This case challenged a section of the Controlled Drugs and Substances Act, which creates a mandatory minimum one year jail term for drug possession in certain situations. West Coast LEAF (Women’s Legal Education and Action Fund), a non-profit organization “working to make Canada an equal place for all women,” intervened in this case to argue that Charter challenges to mandatory...
Dealing with Issues with special needs people throughout BC.
14 Mar, 2016 | 0:18:22 |
EN | The Community Living Show | The Community Living Show

A Richmond, B.C. collaborative approach to support has helped 120 families
03 Nov, 2015 | 0:19:00 |
EN | Kevin Midbo | People First Radio

In 2008, families in Richmond, B.C. with either parents with a mental illness or with loved ones with mental illness, were asked what they felt would make a difference to parenting and family wellness. Over 50 parents provided feedback which was used to develop a three-year plan for supporting families living with mental illness and/or addictions. Read more here:
Zander Sherman's search for his homeless, mentally ill brother
16 Oct, 2015 | 0:16:44 |
EN | Kevin Midbo | People First Radio

“Five years ago, my brother had a drug-induced psychotic break. He went from being a happy and healthy 27-year-old…to someone who couldn’t tell what was real and what wasn’t.” More information here:
A Guelph Centre receives funds to provide health services to refugees that refugees cannot access.
18 Sep, 2015 | 0:19:26 |
EN | Mary | Migrant Matters Radio

A Kitchener-based Family Physician said that he sees 20-30 refugee claimants from Guelph, Ontario on a pro bono basis due to the funding cuts to the refugee health coverage. The Guelph Community Health Centre (GCHC) says they have the funding to provide comprehensive medical services to those refugees, but those refugees have not become clients of the GCHC. There is...
Interview with Safia Aidid
20 Apr, 2015 | 0:17:56 |
EN | African Perspectives CHRY | African Perspectives

Last month, the Somaliland Journal of African Studies (SJAS) was launched with no Somali academics or researchers on the editorial and advisory boards. This raised a very necessary debate on the continued whiteness of academia, and more specifically on the production of knowledge on and about Africa. It prompted Safia Aidid to start the hashtag #cadaanstudies as a way to...
Interview with Farid Omar
07 Apr, 2015 | 0:19:49 |
EN | African Perspectives CHRY | African Perspectives

This past Thursday four gunmen attacked the Garissa University College campus in Kenya, killing 148 people. Al-Shabab has claimed responsibility for the attack and is the armed group’s bloodiest attack to date. We speak with Farid Omar about the attack; he historicizes Al-Shabab within the context of years of conflicting relationships between Kenya and Somalia, and the increasing militarization of...
Interview with Sahara Reporter's Tracy Thompson
06 Apr, 2015 | 0:19:44 |
EN | African Perspectives CHRY | African Perspectives

March 28/29 marked an historic presidential election in Nigeria. Incumbent President Goodluck Jonathan lost to former military leader Muhammadu Buhari, marking the first time an incumbent president has ever lost an election in Nigeria. We speak with Tracy Thompson, a video journalist with alternative media site Sahara Reporters. Tracy had just returned from Nigeria where she was covering the elections...
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