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Lauren Latour joins the team in-studio to for a full-length discussion of the Ontario provincial elections.
Stefan interviews Robin Tress of Council of Canadians about the local impact and political/procedural details of the 'BP Scotian Basin Exploration Project' from an East Coast perspective. We discuss the facts as they are known, the concerns of the people affected and the process that led us to this point.
Mike De Souza is the Managing Editor of the National Observer, and one of the most prolific authors of impactful reporting on Canada's pipeline stories in the country joins us for the full hour this week.
Despite our best efforts, Kinder Morgan is still the hot topic this week. More details have emerged about instructions Federal Liberals staff received that seems to imply a dishonest consultation process around Kinder Morgan with indigenous groups.
Lauren Latour joins Stefan and Saryn in musing on the concept of Earth Day. We also share some thoughts on how to make the day impactful even if it's your only 'activist' act of the year.
This week we focus on the Kinder Morgan Pipeline issue in order to give a comprehensive review of both the politics and the media representation.
Planning to Win means having hope, and a plan to win. Priyan De Silva and Vicky Jewt discuss optimism, food security and organizing now and into the next century.
Dr. Jennifer Gardy - Microbiologist and science educator joins us in the middle section to discuss her upcoming piece for CBC's The Nature of Things: The Power Of Poo. Dr. Gardy talks to us about some uncomfortable feces facts, the wealth of information that can be gained by sampling sewers for community health and to ruin beaches for you :)
We begin with Canadian ecologist and internationally published novelist Nina Munteanu. Nina helps us celebrate World Water Day by discussing her most recent book "Water Is..." as well as her philosophy to learning and knowledge.
We speak to Terracycle about commercial recycling, Jen Li about an artist focused water event called 'Don't Kill My Flow' and good news about students suing the government over climate change. Go young people!