March 5: CP’s Jim Bronskill on anti-terror bill & CSIS—Sanctuary Health—BC’s Climate Adaptations » Weekdays 7-8am 100.5fm: Media Mornings independent Canadian news hour.

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Public Safety Minister Steven Blaney, seen here alongside Canadian Security Intelligence Service (CSIS) director Michel Coulombe, has introduced legislation that would amend the CSIS Act. (Photo: Reuters)


  • 04:00 — Today’s top news headlines from local to global current affairs — radio news roundup you won’t hear anywhere else.
  • 19:00 — Interview with Jim Bronskill  (national security reporter, The Canadian Press) on his new book Your Right to Know; How to use law to get government secrets (with Dave McKie) and what’s at stake with Bill C51, the current antiterrorism bill.
  • 39:30 — Interview with Alejandra Lopez Bravo (Sanctuary Health Coalition) on organizers’ celebrations of the end of an agreement between Transit Police and the Canada Border Services Agency, and ongoing efforts towards a “sanctuary city” for non-status migrants.
  • 50:00 — Interview with Travis Lupick (reporter, The Georgia Straight) on the Port Metro Vancouver container fire, and B.C.’s climate change adaptation plans.
  • Music: Wailin’ Jennys (“Apocalypse Lullaby”), T.Nile (“Burn It”), Michael Franti (“Sweet Little Lies”), Yacht (“Party at the NSA”)

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