Friday’s Show Notes – November 25, 2011

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Show Credits

Hosts:

Special Contributors:

On-Air Production: Joshua Hind

Ken's great weather mystery! High of 10 and a low of...10!!!

7:06: Music: Bassnectar – “Above And Beyond”

7:11: Amie’s Food Report:

  • This week Amie spoke with baker and owner Philippe Sayad at Boulangerie Capucine et Tournesol, a whole-grain, no refined sugar bakery located on rue Bernard in the Mile End. She says, ‘When I entered the store Philippe was busy in his open kitchen in the back, but kindly took a break from mixing and kneading to speak with me about the spelt, kamut, wheat and rye muffins, sourdough and yeast breads for sale in the over twenty year-old bakeshop.

7:20: Music: Julia Kent – “Ailanthus”

7:29: Interview – Sharlanne McStay from Taking it Global:

  • Sharlanne from Taking it Global joins us to discuss Taking it Global, the social network on which young people can engage in issues of social justice and global development and to promote their upcoming “Defining Moments” project.

8:40: Municipal Headlines:

8:00: Interview – Matt Leddy from “The City Streets”

  • In September, we interviewed Rick Reid of the City Streets. He and bandmate Matt Leddy were going to Haiti in November to work with an organization called All Hands Volunteers and will be involved in a reconstruction project called Project Leogane.
  • Matt is back for an update.
  • Project Leogane (http://hands.org/projects/project-leogane/) is assisting in the recovery process caused by the earthquake in January 2010.

8:18: JHR Rights Report by Adam Bemma

8:33: Music: Gabrielle Papillon – “Years In Our Bones”

8:38: Action Items

Crisis in a Northern Ontario native community is just starting to get some coverage, three weeks in. Help is desperately needed from the Federal and Provincial Gov’ts:


2 thoughts on “Friday’s Show Notes – November 25, 2011

  1. Edward Yersh says:

    I find that Aimee’s foodie pieces lack a social justice perspective. They seem to be directed at an upper income audience.

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