Off the hour / Jan. 28, 5-6pm / Remembering Pete Seeger

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  • 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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