Media Mornings: Wed, Nov 28

W2MEDIA.CA  |  Listen to today’s broadcast of Media Mornings on Vancouver Co-op Radio 100.5 fm: Host Jane Bouey with discussions of justice for women, workers organizing in Canada and around the world, and the Canada-Europe Trade Agreement (CETA).


Or from 7-8 am play LIVESTREAM

Paul Moist
National President of the Canadian Union of Public Employees, Paul Moist speaks to Media Mornings from Durban South Africa about leaked CETA documents. Photo:
  • Breaking daily news headlines including:
  • Former Vancouver 2010 Olympic head John Furlong has filed suit against the Georgia Straight editor Charlie Smith, publisher Daniel Mcleod , Vancouver Free Press Publishing Corp and journalist Laura Robinson. Reports from CBC and Vancouver Sun
  • No classes during the day at all BCIT campuses today, Wednesday, except at the Aerospace Technology campus, as faculty and staff hold another one-day strike. CKNW
  • Canada’s economy faces possible foreign and domestic shocks that could send the recovery off track, warns the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. CP
  • The British Morning Star newspaper reports that tens of thousands of Bangladeshi clothes-makers filled the streets of Dhaka yesterday to demand justice for the 112 workers killed when a fire gutted the Tazreen Fashions factory.
  • British trade unionists have condemned the country’s Conservative coalition government after a think tank exposed a scandal of working families living in poverty.
  • An estimated 100,000 people rallied yesterday in Cairo, demanding that President Morsi withdraw a decree which vastly expands his personal power. RT News

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