Tribute to Arthur Manuel, Tsleil-Waututh responds to Christy Clark, Vancouver Homeless

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TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @DutchPhoto

01:00 Introduction

03:20 News Highlights: Arthur Manuel Passes Away (APTN), Site C Dam, Delta Police use new technology GPS Darts, Immigration and Workers’ Rights Activist threatened with deportation, Global News from the South (Telesur), China, Gambia, and more.

Weather Forecast

21:00 Music: DJ Shub

23:00 Arthur Manuel RIP – one of Canada’s strongest and most outspoken Indigenous Leaders in the defense of Indigenous Land and Human Rights.


Arthur Manuel’s Legacy
(Coast Salish Territory / Vancouver, BC) Members of the Union of BC Indian Chiefs are deeply and profoundly saddened to hear of the sudden and unexpected passing of Arthur Manuel.

On behalf of our Elders, Leaders and Chiefs, we offer our sincere sympathies and condolences to the Manuel family with respect to their tremendous loss.

Arthur served for many years as Chief of the Neskonlith Indian Band, Chair of the Shuswap Nation Tribal Council and Leader and Spokesperson for the Interior Alliance. He was a member of the UBCIC’s Chief Council. Most importantly, he was a good father and a wonderful grandfather who was devoted to them all, spending as much time with them as he could.

Arthur Manuel was, without question, one of Canada’s strongest and most outspoken Indigenous Leaders in the defense of our Indigenous Land and Human Rights. He travelled extensively throughout Canada, North America and around the world in his unwavering and relentless efforts to champion the cause of our Indigenous Rights. He relentlessly worked on land claim issues, calling for change to Canada’s fundamental flawed policy on Indigenous land claims.

At this terribly sad moment in our history, we would like to thank the Manuel family for sharing Arthur with us for all these years.

We are so profoundly grateful for Arthur’s many sacrifices and contributions to our ongoing struggles to seek a full measure of Justice for our Indigenous Peoples.

Arthur’s legacy will continue to reverberate throughout our ongoing Indigenous history for many, many generations to come.


  • Defenders of the Land – Art Manuel with MUSKRAT MAGAZINE (2010)
  • Art Manuel on Democracy Now at the G20 in Toronto
  • Nation to Nation Now (2013) Conversations with good hearts and good minds working for change. Panel discussion: Arthur Manuel and Russell Diabo on Canada’s First Nation Termination Plan.

39:00 Charlene Aleck responds to BC Premier Christy Clark’s Approval of #KinderMorgan pipeline. 


Clark says Kinder Morgan’s proposal to expand the Trans Mountain pipeline has met her government’s requirements for approval. Aleck responds by talking about the broad public support the Tsleil-Waututh have received in their statement of land and water rights against the encroachment of the existing and proposed expansion of the pipeline.

50:30 Vancouver Homeless in Community Centres

Photo: Jennifer Gauthier/Metro
Photo: Jennifer Gauthier/Metro

Are Vancouver community centres a safe place for Vancouver’s homeless? We speak with PIVOT staff lawyer Dj Larkin. The Vancouver Park Board called a special public meeting Thursday night to address safety concerns surrounding warming centres for the homeless that have been set up in community centres.

W2Media Presents:

DJ SHUB at Biltmore Cabaret, Feb 4th, presented by @W2Media



2 thoughts on “Tribute to Arthur Manuel, Tsleil-Waututh responds to Christy Clark, Vancouver Homeless

  1. Your coverage of Tue., Jan. 10’s debate in Kingsway (Don Davies: Bill Tieleman and Marc Lee) was interesting. Is there a podcast of that programme?

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