Watch Rafe Mair Opening Keynote at the 2009 Vancouver Media Democracy Day, Saturday November 7 at the Vancouver Public Library.
W2 opened in Vancouver's Downtown Eastside two days before the 2010 Olympics started. The Media House aims to be a centre for indy journalists to report on the Games and the anti-Olympic convergence.
An aid worker shares stories of cooperation from Haiti, audio from Canada's anti-prorogation demonstrations, and Dr. Julia Agwu on what Africa sees in climate change.
Cable monopolies are taking nearly $120 Million dollars a year from a public trust.
Imagine Canada having national and city newspapers and TV news programs and news websites that contribute to the creation of a more equitable and just society. Part four of a six-part series.
Reporters at the country's most prominent business news publication, the Globe's Report on Business, are at it again -- distorting an important issue: the possible sale of Ontario Crown corporations.
Now's the time to make a collective resolution: to drastically open up our media system in 2010.
WARNING: News from corporate-owned media is bad for our country's health! Part two of a five-part series on Canada's media crisis.
Award winning Malawian journalist speaks of his work with rural radio projects in Africa.
Canwest and other media corporations claim to care about quality journalism, but they've deceived Canadians for decades. Part one of a five-part series on Canada's media crisis.