On this edition of Media Mornings on Vancouver Co-op Radio 100.5FM:
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- Author, radio host, and Georgia Straight Contributor – Gurpreet Singh on Stephen Harper’s trip to India, trade policy, and domestic strategy regarding Sikh separatists in Canada.
- Deborah Littman – Lead Organizer for the Metro Vancouver Alliance discussing Federal Government moves to privatize social programs.
- Claudio Eckdahl discusses Canada and Mexico’s involvement in the Trans-Pacific Partnership talks.
- News Headlines:
- CKNW Reports: Transit riders won’t be able to use new twenty dollar polymer bills at some ticket machines this week
- Yesterday was Remembrance Day, but Stephen Harper still refused to acknowledge concerns that a federal burial fund for poor veterans is rejecting most applications for help.- CP
- Controversies continue to build over Canada’s growing list of international trade and investment deals, such as the Comprehensive economic and trade agreement (CETA) being negotiated behind closed doors between the EU and Canada. – CCPA
- Details are emerging of a violent attack on protesters at a Mexican silver mine owned by Canada’s Excellon Resources. www.labourstart.org
- Opposition continues to build across Europe against government austerity measures. www.ei-ie.org
- Britain’s most senior general said on a BBC interview yesterday that contingency plans are in place for military involvement in Syria.
- Gay Star News reports: Uganda will officially pass the ‘Kill The Gays’ bill at the end of this year despite international criticism.
- Diamond Rings – I’m Just Me – http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xpqZw8OHDHk&feature=player_embedded
- Myths – Deadlights http://realmyths.bandcamp.com/track/deadlights
- Rah Rah’s – Prairie Girl http://music.cbc.ca/#/play/artist/Rah-Rah/Prairie-Girl