In Convo with Patricia McDermott on the Labour Movement

Professor and playwright Patricia McDermott has been exploring the labour movement and its impact on women’s rights for 40 years. In this podcast she discusses the play she produced based on the famous Eaton’s strike of 1984 and the various challenges...

In Convo with Kim Baird on Aboriginal Self-Governance

Kim Baird talks about her role as the elected Chief of the Tsawwassen First Nation and how she negotiated and implemented British Columbia’s first urban modern treaty in 2009, a victory that led to various accolades including Member of the Order of Canada and the...

In Convo with Aboriginal activist Tanya Kappo

Aboriginal activist Tanya Kappo talks about her activist roots, her involvement with Idle No More, the legacy of residential schools and how she’s working to carve an empowered future for herself and her children....

In Convo with Dr. Danielle Martin on Medicare

Dr. Martin, founding member of Canadian Doctors for Medicare, as well as a family practitioner and healthcare administrator, discusses and dismisses the misconceptions people have of medicare, acknowledges its limitations and what is being done to overcome them,...

In Convo with Roy Romanow, Medicare’s Champion

LISTEN: Roy Romanow, former premier of Saskatchewan and chair of the Royal Commission on the Future of Health Care in Canada talks about Tommy Douglas, his passion for medicare, and his frustration at not seeing all the recommendations from his Romanow Report...

The Story of Greenpeace: In Convo with Bill Darnell

LISTEN: Founding member of Greenpeace speaks about what inspired a ragtag group to form Greenpeace from a living room in Vancouver, their seminal trip to Amchitka Island, what they were hoping to accomplish and how much has changed since those early...