Wed April 20 – Ryan McMahon, Eliot Zalan, Sarah Butterfield, Krispian Emert

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Apr 20 2016 Media Mornings

TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @DutchPhoto


We get this party started with a bit of Krazy Baldhead theme music and Coop Radio’s Spring fundraising pitching. Contribute $50 or more for a new Coop Radio membership or renewal, when you fill out your member profile designate ‘Media Mornings’ as your favourite show, and receive a pair of tickets to Friday’s Voices of Elders at Queen Elizabeth Theatre. 

05:30 Introduction,

08:30 Weather report

9:45 INAC Occupation in Toronto and Vancouver. We hear the latest on Attawapisket solidarity.

18:15 Bernie Sanders loses in New York but promises to carry on the fight for the presidency.

23:00 Local and international news, including artists criticizing mature trees being clearcut at the VAG and Great Northern Way.

32:30 Journey Towards Reconciliation trailer

34:30 Ryan McMahon previews this Friday’s VOICES OF ELDERS Reconciliation event in Vancouver. Ryan is an Anishinaabe/Metis comedian, writer and actor out of Winnipeg.  Ryan recorded a new one hour national comedy show for CBC Radio called, “Red Man Laughing.” This live variety show format is currently in development for television. Ryan criss-crosses the country and is an active media commentator on issues from Idle No More to reconciliation.
Tickets for Friday’s event are only $19. #ReconciliationYVR

46:15 Port People is a new neighbourhood association concerned with the proposed 66% expansion of Port Metro Vancouver’s Centerm container terminal and its community impacts. We hear from two locals Sarah Butterfield and Krispian Emert as they plan a Wednesday evening community meeting at the Japanese Hall.

51:45 MUSIC: George Leach Juno winner performs at VOICES OF ELDERS at the Queen Elizabeth Theatre.

54:00 Eliot Zalan hopes that you will vote forCrisis in the Greenest City’ and a $10,000 prize to make a new video series on inner-city issues. Vancouver’s housing crisis leads the headlines, but the media fails to tell the whole story. Crisis in the Greenest City flips the script on the dominant narrative surrounding the housing crisis. Engaging the community at large, and amplifying the voices of those underrepresented, Crisis in the Greenest City will cut through the white noise repeated ad nauseam in the headlines, giving a deeper understanding of the current situation.



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