Monthly Archives: February 2011

inner child, heal thyself

Winds of Change:  Rick Habgood chats with Rick Geggie, author of Healing Practices to Help Kids Grow Up Easier, retired Principle, father, Feldenkreis practitioner, elder (born 1938), about the importance of healing ourselves so we can be better parents, friends, citizens. … Continue reading

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canadian government funding cuts: kairos

Hidden News with Mehdi Najari:  KAIROS is an ecumenical organization that unites churches and religious organizations, across Canada, for faithful action for ecological justice and human rights.  In December, 2009, CIDA (the Canadian International Development Agency) cut their funding.  Mehdi … Continue reading

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canada, unrecognizable after five years of stephen harper

Hidden News with Mehdi Najari:  Five years of Stephen Harper as Canadian Prime Minister.  How has his government’s policies affected Canada?  An hour with Murray Dobbin, journalist, broadcaster, author and social activist for over forty years. He is a board member … Continue reading

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the days that changed everything

Gorilla Radio with Chris Cook:  Engineer Werner Simbeck believes there is much more to the 9/11 story than so far reported from official quarters. Simbeck is a mechanical engineer, and is a signator to the petition sponsored by Architects and … Continue reading

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homelessness marathon – pre edit, full audio

In preparation for the annual Homelessness Marathon, I chatted with a few different people who happened to be at Our Place one day.  There are many many more people I could have spoken with, you can see photos of some of them here. … Continue reading

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dignity village – a way to create affordable housing for all.

In the summer of 2009, after I had helped deliver over 100 tons of humanitarian aid to Cuba, I stopped in Portland Oregon to check in with the good people at Dignity Village. During my first visit, a couple of … Continue reading

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safe technology, egypt update, and protecting bc’s wilderness

Una St. Clair represents Citizens for Safe Technology, and they’re concerned about the impacts (known and unknown) of all the cell and wifi technology that’s beginning to permeate our public places.  Chris Cook offers an update and analysis of events … Continue reading

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