- Hosts: Joshua Hind, Ken McMurray
- Contributors: Adam Bemma
- Music Producer: Amie Watson
- On-Air Production: Joshua Hind
On this week’s show…
- The return of O Stories;
- CityTalk talks about “Hotel Jolicoeur;
- Municipal Headlines is chock-a-block;
- The Action Items goes all C-45 on yo ass;
- Plus music and more…
7:07: Music: Sic Alps – “Glyphs”
- From the album: Sic Alps
7:11: O Stories
- O Stories is a bi-monthly radio program produced by Concordia’s Centre for Oral History and Digital Storytelling.
7:31: Music: Skip Jensen – “Spirit of the Ghost”
- From the album: The Spirit of the Ghost
- This week, an interview with Audrey Wells and Mireille St-Pierre, two graphic desginers who started a book and indiegogo campaign called “Hotel Jolicoeur.” This former brothel-hotel is at the corner of Ontario and Papineau. It’s now the newest condo conversion project in Centre-Sud, a once seedy ‘hood becoming yuppie-fied!
8:16: Municipal Headlines
- OCPM releases its report on urban agriculture:
- Chamber of Commerce says tramway too costly for them… and for the City. Of course, the STM just had to show leadership and chime in on the same subject afterwards…:
- Then again, there will be improvements to the existing metro system, or so they say:
- 1420 Mount-Royal West back in the news again:
- PQ gov’t pulls volte-faces on Turcot:
- Tis the season for molotov cocktails. CDN and Mile-End hit:
- City estimates Griffintown reconstruction to cost $93M:
- New animal care shelter to open doors in 2014:
- In the meantime, the City imposes limitations:
- Commentary (5:00): “Everytime I try to leave, they pull me back in.” Benoît Labonté accused by Zambito. Tremblay now wants an investigation of the Bourque years.
8:33: Music: Amen Dunes – “Sixteen”
- From the album: Unified Field
8:38: Action Items
- BILL…C…45!!!! Omnibus 2: Electric Boogaloo
- Meet your new bill
- Wanna read it? It’s like 450 pages long
- It’s like the last bill, but with different stuff! But hey, there’s lots of it.
- The new build is meant to build bridges. No, not political bridges, silly.
- Live next to a river, you might soon be living near a tailing pond
- Here’s the list of protected waterways from the new act: http://www.documentcloud.org/documents/472468-navigation-protection-act-lakes-and-rivers.html#document/p1
- The Museum of Whatever the Hell We’re Into This Week