Monday Productions presents Dragged Out, an investigative series that examines the closures of 5 prominent drag venues over the last twelve months, and how the community is surviving and thriving because of/despite the closures. The episodes feature over twenty voices from the community - performers, promoters, community builders, venue owners - and takes an in-depth look at the wellbeing of a marginalized community within an increasingly-unaffordable, gentrifying city. The podcast is limited-run, spanning over seven 30-45 minute-long episodes. Themes include why drag is important to the community/performer/self, queer/drag history from pre-colonial times to now, gentrification, legalities of owning and operating a queer business, Vancouver's supposed East-West dichotomy, Do-It-Yourself promotion and production, and much more.
Si'em' nu Ts' lhhwulmuhw translates to "My Honoured Fellow Native People" and aims to educate our community on culture and history from Nanaimo's three area First Nations: Snuneymuxw, Stz'uminus and Snaw-Naw-As (Nanoose), and Powell River's first nation's Sliammon, Klahoose and Homalco Nations. These syndicated episodes were origianlly produced at community radio station CHLY 101.7 FM in Nanaimo.
Let's Get Serious is a show about us.
Host, Valerie Malla, talks with influential guests about issues that need to be talked about -- whether it's justice, politics, medicine, or family matters and more...
Every 4th Monday @ 10:AM on CJSF 90.1 FM
What is Sustainability Circle? It is new Embark podcast series to create dialogue around sustainability stories at SFU and its surrounding communities. Throughout the series, podcast hosts Teghan and Navreet invite sustainability leaders in our community to discuss their work and knowledge in the field. Topics range from zero waste, glacial melt, micro-plastics, and more!
CJSF collaborated with NCRA members across the country to produce a National Day of Broadcast called Radio: Change the World. In a year where residential schooling, youth suicide and the spectre of child poverty have dominated national news, this broadcast is an effort to let young people speak directly and tell their own stories and opinions.
Tony Janolino was chosen to be an ambassador of British Columbia on the 5th leg of the Canada C3 expedition. His task is to share knowledge about his home province with people he meets. On this journey he will explore our nation’s natural beauty, learn about the people living in the places he visits, and later bring home stories from the people on the East Coast. Many Canadians do not travel to other parts of Canada, so it is Tony's goal to raise awareness about people living in other parts of the nation. The first step towards inclusivity is learning about our diverse people.
"I am a visually impaired guide dog handler from Port Coquitlam, British Columbia. At Simon Fraser University, I study Kinesiology and Health Sciences and also work in Recreation and Athletics to help others live an active lifestyle. When not at the university, I am playing music and exploring the world. I have a passion for the outdoors and find myself constantly learning something new about the wildlife.
My guide dog is from the “Guide Dogs For the Blind” School in California. She is a pathfinder both in the Canadian wilderness and cities. Together, we are a team of adventurers who travel many miles on foot.
Come share our adventures and meet a variety of friends on our journey."