Rio Tinto is providing the metal for the 2012 Olympic medals. Support locked-out workers at Alma, Quebec, as they call for Rio Tinto to be pushed off the podium!
Rio Tinto's behaviour is failing to live up to the Olympic principles of fair play, friendship and solidarity.
News media from around the world are reporting on an international campaign that calls on the International Olympic Committee to drop Rio Tinto as an official supplier of the 2012 Olympics.
The F Word
Who gets to decide what is "natural"? Featuring an interview with Dr. Ian Ritchie of Brock University and Ashley McGhee, elite-level athlete.
Organizers of the Olympics say the Games are all about youth. Redeye spoke with Jacqueline Kennelly who has been talking with homeless and street-involved youth about how the Games impacted them.
As Whistler, B.C. prepares to celebrate its one-year Olympic anniversary this weekend, what are the chances that the Olympics come back in 2014?
The F Word
Interview with sport journalist Laura Robinson on the past year in women's sport and the International Olympic Committee's consistent obstruction of women’s equal access to international sport events.
B.C. arts funding has been decimated through gaming cuts and a post-Olympic hatchet job to the arts that is unprecedented in the province's history.
Pivot Legal Society
Wendy Pedersen talks about planned closures of the homeless shelters opened before the Olympics.
Un special rapporteur on housing releases report on human rights impacts of mega events.