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Great Lakes Need Great Friends: Protecting The Great Lakes Forever

Great Lakes Need Great Friends: Protecting The Great Lakes Forever

Council of Canadians chairperson Maude Barlow is embarking on an eight city speaking tour aimed at protecting the Great Lakes from private interests and government complacency and restoring more democratic control over them. The tour, Great Lakes Need Great Friends: Protecting The Great Lakes Forever, will visit Toronto (May 15), Hamilton (May [...]

Nov. 8, 2010

Nov. 8, 2010

Canadian-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (CETA), G20 masked police, HST failing in B.C., Bruce Power's shipment of nuclear waste through Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Seaway. Features clips of interviews with: Peter Julian, NDP International Trade Critic; and Maude Barlow, chairperson for Council of [...]

CETA Rally in Ottawa

CETA Rally in Ottawa

United voices cried for protection of Canadian services and resources outside the fifth round of negotiations for the Canada-European Union Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement. CETA Rally speakers list: Peggy Nash, CAW; Terry Boehm, National Farmers Union; Maude Barlow, Council of Canadians; Dave Coles, Communications, Energy and [...]

G20 Voices of the People: The People’s Summit

G20 Voices of the People: The People’s Summit

Saturday of G20 in Toronto had a great start for peaceful demonstration and free speech. It was the people's summit of an eclectic mix. Queen's Park was a centre for united groups and citizens to come together in peaceful demonstration. This video contains interviews with some of these groups and individuals, and has footage of the peace march [...]

Roots Broadcast #4 – April 2nd

What's in your soap? Tossing around the "P" word. Water for all! Dropping the big one. This broadcast covers holocaust soap, drowning seal pups, Ottawa's federal energy bills, Helena Guergis, Quebec's budget, the Art Gallery of Ontario, Victoria police brutality, border crossings, the WHO and H1N1, Obama and offshore oil drilling, World [...]