Category Archives: justice

The Final Winds of Change show with Gary Charbonneau (rebroadcast from AnimalVoices.org) and Holistic Hayley

September 1st was Japan Dolphins Day, and also the start of the annual Taiji dolphin hunt/slaughter.  Local Vancouver based filmmaker and animal advocate Gary Charbonneau (Vancouver Aquarium Uncovered) shares some of the details about the dolphin hunt, what’s going on at … Continue reading

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Ramana and Radical Awakening, Sharada Filkow from the Salt Spring Centre of Yoga

Ramana has been teaching meditation since 1970, and has combined his years as a Transpersonal Psychologist with ancient Indian and Buddhist teachings, culminating in a stable and deep shift in consciousness he calls “Radical Awakening.”  He is the author of the … Continue reading

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James Aspey at Vegtoria 2017

James Aspey, from Sydney Australia, spoke at Vegtoria (in Victoria BC) in 2017.  I recorded it.  From his website: My story goes like this… At 17 I was diagnosed with leukaemia and told I had 6 weeks to live. I beat the … Continue reading

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Stephanie Enevoldsen, Coordinator of UVic’s Campus Community Garden and Russ Pym, President of Rithet’s Bog Conservation Society

The University of Victoria’s Campus Community Garden is a collaborative project between students, faculty and staff that promotes local, organic food production, education and community building.  Stephanie Enevoldsen is the current Coordinator of UVic’s Campus Community Garden, she tells us … Continue reading

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Unite Here representative Mike Biskar, Mercy for Animals VP of Investigations Lindsay Wolf, Corie Peace and Vegtoria.

UNITE HERE represents workers throughout the U.S. and Canada who work in the hotel, gaming, food service, airport, manufacturing, distribution, laundry, and transportation industries.  Representative Mike Biskar tells us about organizing in Victoria, and a local win for hospitality workers … Continue reading

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Cecilia Point from the Musqueam Nation, Bryson Robertson and the potential for Wave Energy

As we approach Canada’s 150th birthday, we’re invited to ponder the longer history of this land.  Rather than blind patriotism, we can consider what Canada has failed at, in addition to how it has succeeded, in an effort to build … Continue reading

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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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