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Novembre 10, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Boscobel On The Arm Sub-division protest

Reporter Brianna D. Interviews Participant Helen Lofgren

» Écoutez: by Roger DaviesBrianna D.

Novembre 5, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

"Losing the sense that we can do something is the worst thing that can happen"

An interview with Silvia Federici

» Écoutez: by Candida Hadley - 1 Commentaires

Novembre 1, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Book Launch: The Lost Teachings / Panuijkatasikl Kina’masuti’l by Michael James Isaac

Night features billingual readings in Mi'kmaw and English

» Écoutez: by Scott Barber

Octobre 7, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

The Politics and Possibilities for the Commons: Radical Horizons in the Age of Austerity

Silvia Federici and George Caffentzis with Max Haiven

» Écoutez: by Pierre Loiselle

Octobre 6, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Buffy St. Marie on Fracking

Hint: She doesn't like it.

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Septembre 24, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Easy Being Green?

Interview with Nova Scotia Green Leader John Percy

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Septembre 17, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Anti-frack action takes to the Irving gas station in Halifax

Activists show solidarity with New Brunswickers, ask that political candidates address fracking

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Septembre 13, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

SMU isn’t alone in rape culture, rally organizers say

» Écoutez: by Hilary Beaumont

Septembre 6, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Call Mr. Robeson: A life, with songs

A conversation with writer and actor Tayo Aluko

» Écoutez: by Scott BarberRana Encol

Septembre 6, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Pro-rape chant symptomatic of endemic sexism on campus - St. Mary's Sociology Prof.

Interview with Dr. Wilma van der Veen, lecturer on Social Power Relations at SMU

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe - 2 Commentaires

Septembre 3, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Do Nova Scotia Labour and the NDP still mix?

Interview with Premier Darrell Dexter

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Août 12, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Kent County, New Brunswick - Where prayer becomes mischief

Suzanne Patles prepares for Charter challenge of shale gas related charge

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Août 7, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Maude Barlow on Fracking in New Brunswick

Chairperson of Council of Canadians speaks to crowd of 500 in Moncton

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Août 6, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Victory for Migrant Farm Worker in Landmark Decision

Human rights lawyer Shane Martinez speaks about the case of St. Lucian farm worker Adrian Monrose

» Écoutez: by Asaf Rashid

Juillet 30, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Gone for the summer - SWN Resources Canada folds 'til September

Shale gas company allowed to detonate 11 more un-exploded shot holes - charges against 25 of 35 will be dropped.

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Juillet 29, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Halifax Solidarity with Elsipogtog

» Écoutez: by Asaf Rashid

Juillet 28, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

All night Anti-shale gas truck seizure, road block, ends peacefully despite RCMP negotiation failure.

Interview with District War Chief Jason Okay

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Juillet 25, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Activist ties self to geo-phone bags, SWN refuses Sundance break, another illegal security blockade

Interview with 'Pochahontas', Elsipogtog resident who tied herself to heli bags

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Juillet 21, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

Blasts to wake the dead - SWN Resources Canada's ordinance sits behind a New Brunswick cemetery

Interviews with family members of those buried at the Rogersville cemetery

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

Juillet 21, 2013 • Halifax Media Co-op

New Brunswick Minister of Transportation spotted at weekend Anti-shale gas rally

Interview with Claude Williams, MLA for Kent South

» Écoutez: by Miles Howe

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