Unusual Sources
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Unusual Sources is an anti-war radio program that covers issues from a labour perspective. For more information, see About Unusual Sources. http://hamiltonco
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Peak position #15
A detailed interview with Hamilton and District Labour Council President Anthony Marco about labour's support for Tim Hortons' workers, and the community coming together to picket on behalf of their minimum wage increase.
Peak position #13
Doug interviewed Prof. Michel Chossudovsky in December about his then-upcoming visit to Hamilton to discuss the danger of nuclear war with the DPRK.
Peak position #18
Doug gets an update on the situation from Kevin Mackay, VP of OPSEU Local 240, and a professor at Mohawk College.
Stephen Gowans issues a corrective about the 'Saudi' assault on Yemen.
Doug interviews Kevin Mackay, VP of OPSEU Local 240, and a professor at Mohawk College. They discuss working conditions in Ontario's community colleges and the strike of more than 12,000 professors, instructors, counsellors, and librarians.
Peak position #13
Antiwar activist Sara Flounders joins the program to discuss the worrying interest in Myanmar by the United States and Saudi Arabia.
Peak position #12
Yves Engler discusses the continuation of his work on the "Ugly Canadian." Not restricted to the Stephen Harper administration, Canadian governments uniformly carry out a foreign policy in service of Empire and neo-colonialism.
Peak position #13
Danny Haiphong discusses the flawed approach of a recent Intercept article on Syria. Cheap articles demonizing Syria according to the bete noire of the day does not help Syrians, and does not befit any sort of "resistance."
Peak position #9
The surprise visit of Eva Bartlett and Prof. Tim Anderson to the DPRK sent waves of excitement around the world. We reached Eva via overseas telephone to get her earliest possible impressions of the country.
Peak position #11
Doug is joined by five community leaders to discuss the impact of privatization of public services. (Part 1 of 2).
Doug is joined by five community leaders to discuss the impact of privatization of public services. (Part 2 of 2).
Peak position #12
Venezuela's problems are not simply of their own making - rather, there are powerful international forces determined to hobble that bold country. Dan Kovalik details some of the forms of U.S. interference, and the challenges faced by Venezuela.
Peak position #22
Gregory Elich explains the logic behind the DPRK's nuclear weapons program: U.S. invasions of non-nuclear states provide targeted countries with the incentive to build nuclear weapons.
Peak position #19
Host Brendan Stone and journalist Ann Garrison reflect on the growth of the Labour Party under Jeremy Corbyn in the recent election.
Peak position #24
Zafar Bangash reports on the conflict in Kashmir, and also developments in the heated dispute between Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
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