Author Archives: Janine Bandcroft

About Janine Bandcroft

The Winds of Change airs every other Thursday 11-noon from CFUV listener supported radio in Victoria, on the unceded lands of the Coast Salish peoples. You can listen live anytime at cfuv.ca (it's a great station) and if you're able, we'd really appreciate if you contribute (even 5 bucks) to our annual funding drive.

Intrepid’s OUTstages Festival with Sean Guist, Dr. Neal Barnard and the Cheese Trap

Among his other talents, Sean Guist is curator of Intrepid Theatre’s OUTstages festival which launched in July 2015.  Sean earned an MFA in Directing and BFA in Performance at the University of Lethbridge, and has worked as Intrepid’s Marketing and … Continue reading

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Single Parent Marisa Farwell, Dr. Conor Kerley and Healthy Hearts

Marisa Farwell accepts charity and social assistance graciously, but she’d prefer to have affordable daycare and an opportunity to earn a living wage so she can teach her children to be independent and strong.  Marisa shares information about the plight … Continue reading

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Heather Lindsay and the 20th UNO Festival, Tideline Art’s Nicola White and Mudlarking the Thames

The Uno Festival is Canada’s longest running solo performance festival.  Produced by Intrepid Theatre this is it’s 20th year in Victoria, Curator Heather Lindsay tells us the who what where when and why of this year’s festival. Nicola White left … Continue reading

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ELECTION BC 2017: Hospitals, HEU, May Day, Environmental Health, and MLA Candidate Jordan Reichert

May Day with representatives from the HEU (Hospital Employees Union), with music and speakers on health care and labour and environment.  Raging Grannies, Carlos Flores, Bob Wilson, Bobby Arbess, Eric Nordal, and more. Also, an interview with Jordan Reichert, independent candidate … Continue reading

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Election BC 2017: Migrant Workers Dignity Association and Environmental Law Centre

Alexandra Henao, representing the Migrant Workers Dignity Association, works on behalf of 30,000 documented farm workers in BC who too often work long days without holidays or benefits for little pay.  Migrant workers pay taxes, yet they are forced into … Continue reading

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Election BC 2017: Norm Farrell’s Fiscal Analysis, Bill Carroll and the Corporate Mapping Project

Originally from Powell River, schooled at UBC, and employed in accounting and small business management, Norman Farrell has overseen political commentary and opinions on his In-Sights blog since 2009.  He shares information about some of the BC Liberals’ “Faked Demand Reporting” especially … Continue reading

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Lori Marino and the Kimmela Project, Calvin Sandborn from the Environmental Law Centre

Lori Marino is founder and executive director of the Kimmela Centre for Animal Advocacy. She’s a neuroscientist and an expert in animal behaviour and intelligence, internationally known for her work on the evolution of the brain and intelligence in dolphins and … Continue reading

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