Jan 24 / Off the Hour : Remembering Pete Seeger

Tune in to CKUT today and listen to Off the Hour from 5 to 6pm!

Featured on today’s programm:

The latest edition of Groundwire, community radio news from coast to coast. Today’s edition was produced on Musqueam First Nations territory by Morgan Yee at CiTR in Vancouver British, Columbia.

As public testimony concerning Bill 60, the so-called ‘Secular Charter of Values’, continues at the National Assembly in Quebec City, many individuals, towns and organizations are speaking out against a law that they see as xenophobic and unfair. Tonight, Off the Hour brings you an interview with Dr. James Kelly, a member of the Political Science faculty at Concordia University.

An interview with Christopher Scott from the Alliance Romaine, an advocacy group that is calling for a halt to Hydro Quebec’s dam construction on the Romaine River in northeastern Quebec.

Remembering folk icon and activist Pete Seeger, the legendary folk singer and activist Pete Seeger who died Monday at the age of 94.

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