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Hosts: Amie Watson, Craig Sauve, Joshua Hind, Ken McMurray
Special Contributors: Rana Alrabi, Mike Werbowski, Tom o
Technical Production: Joshua Hind
Music from the show (in the order it was played):
- Scott Dunbar – “Dance like the Devil”
- Playing le divan orange on Jan. 19th
Amie’s Food Report – Cafe St-Henri and Les Gourmets Presses
- Cafe St-Henri
- Les Gourmets Pressés
- Sweet Lee’s Bakery
Mike Werbowski’s Global Perspective
- Mike is back to discuss the violence in Tunisia, the never-ending hilarity of the EU and more…
- Links to come after the show
Municipal Headlines with Craig Sauve
- Office de Consultation Publique de Montréal (OCPM) gives Norampac project in Rosemont favourable report:
- Construction of 30-storey building project on Nuns’ Island to go ahead 8 months in advance.
- Is the Cirque considering building new HQ?:
- Griffintown Interrupted has chosen its finalists: Exhibition begins the 17th of January.
- And the City also launches a contest to design Smith street (right in the heart of the new ‘District Griffin’ dev’t):
- But, seriously folks…MTL offers expertise to Port-au-Prince in municipal administration:
- Henry Aubin finds that a tad ironic:
- Infamous developper Frank Catania has got his eyes on the Blue Bonnets:
- Riding the métro from the South shore, just got pricier:
- Couche-Tard Unionizes in Villeray:
- In 2009, another Couche-Tard Unionized, and was shut down 3 days later:
- THE CSN once stated that Couche-Tard was worse than Wal-Mart and McDonald’s:
- 1st homicide of the year in MTL, actually in Westmount:
- SPVM off the hook for death of Michel Bernaquez:
- Rather than repairing the Champlain bridge, experts from transport Canada recommend just building a whole new one:
In Studio Interview – Rana Alrabi
- Medicinal Herbalist Anusha Balachandran stopped by for a chat with Rana about herbs and food in general and how both can be used to treat a range of conditions
Your Weekly Action Items – The “Tribal Regions” Edition
- The Plan to Blame Unions for Everything
- “Restrepo” Movie Review
- Vice Guide to Travel – Pakistani Gun Market
- Patriotic Militia is just selling preparedness. Right, and that 6′ bong is for tobacco products only
- Action Item UPDATE: More G20 Brutality Charges Forthcoming?
- Rally against massacres in Tunisia: Saturday, 14h Dorchester Square.
- Voices for Hope Choir’s VIVA BROADWAY:
- On Saturday January 15th, the ‘Voices for HOPE Community Choir and Douglas Knight, Music Director presents VIVA BROADWAY Concert!
- The proceeds will assist and support the Cedar Park Youth in Action Group of Free the Children’s projects to build a school complex for 700 local and displaced children in Dos Palais, Haiti.
- Tickets available through email@example.com or the Cedar Park United Church or over the phone at 514-697-3867
- CKUT’s ART’s Birthday: Saturday, 20h00. l’Envers. 185 Van Horne West (just east of du Parc). Tons of bands, films, DJs!!!!
- Griffintown Interrupted Vernissage: Darling Foundry, Monday, jan 17, 18h
- Activism 101 workshop. Monday 13h-14h30. QPIRG Concordia. 1500 de Maisonneuve #204.
- Workshop: Community-based social justice research. Monday 15h-16h30. QPIRG Concordia. 1500 de Maisonneuve #204.
- Radical Walking Tour of Concordia. Tuesday 14h-16h. QPIRG Concordia. 1500 de Maisonneuve #204.
- Panel: The Real History of Concordia: from Computer Riots to Corporatization. Wednesday. 16h-18h. Hall Building, 7th floor CSU lounge
- Conference on the Electrification of Mass-Transit (in French) by the Institut de recherche en Économie Contemporaine IREC. Thursday, 8h30-12h30, 3535 Saint Denis. IHTQ. Metro Sherbrooke