Listen to the program here: 68-The_Shake_Up-20100414-1200-t1271242800. (Originally broadcast April 14 on CJAM, 99.1FM)
Justin A. Langlois is an artist working in integrated media and social practice. He has an MFA in Visual Arts and a BA (Hons) in Communication Studies from the University of Windsor. His major research project is currently situated in Broken City Lab , a creative research group focused on engaging and interrupting the city, its infrastructure, and its communities. He has been the recipient of numerous awards including grants from The Canada Council for the Arts, Ontario Arts Council, and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. His creative activity has been featured on national television, broadcast on radio stations around the world, and presented, performed, and exhibited throughout North America. He currently teaches in the Department of Communication, Video, and Film at the University of Windsor. (Creative Cities Lexington)
Documentary Film “Repatriation”, and discussion on reunification of Koreas
6:30 PM Thursday, April 15th, 2010 Windsor Workers’ Action Centre
Everyone: the first meeting of the new board will be this Thursday, April 15 at 1pm at Dillon Hall
We’re Saving a Seat for You … at our Annual DinnerAn evening of Friendship, Fun & Food … Sat. April 17, 2010 … at St. Angela’s Hall, 750 Erie St. E., Windsor … cocktails at 6 pm … dinner at 7 pm … tickets $25 … great menu …music by: The James Gang … Silent & Penny Auctions … Door prizes
Please order tickets by Thurs. Apr. 15th … call: 519-255-1293 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
MEETING: NO TO FREE TRADE WITH COLOMBIA! SUNDAY APRIL 18
Date: Wed, 7 Apr 2010 00:21:49 -0500
Human rights in Colombia cannot be played with by the Liberals dancing to the tune of Harper & Uribe’s songs composed in the White House.
NO TO FREE TRADE WITH COLOMBIA!
The debate on the infamous proposal of the Canada-Colombia Free Trade Agreement (FTA) has continued for the third time in the Canadian Parliament. Rejected twice already, BILL C-2 has been tabled again by the Harper Government, this time aided by the Liberal Opposition.
The Liberals added an amendment to come to the rescue of the Harper government as if human rights can be played with in discotheques by a Liberal MP (ex-Conservative) dancing to the tune of Harper & Uribe’s songs composed in the White House. (“Dining, dancing, free trade deal-making” – Globe & Mail, 26 March 2010 – http://www.theglobeandmail.com/news/politics/ottawa-notebook/dining-dancing-free-trade-deal-making/article1513908/)