Vancouver Cooperative Radio is a non-commercial, co-operatively-owned, listener-supported, community radio station located in East Vancouver. Coop Radio provides a voice to under-represented and marginalized communities in Vancouver.
Redeye is a public affairs and arts program on Coop Radio that has been providing information and analysis about news and events not properly covered by the main stream media for nearly 40 years.
This Saturday, they are replaying a very interesting interview with Carmen Cheung of the BC Civil Liberties Association on the hidden implications of Bill C-51, the newest “terrorism” bill. Bill C-51 proposes to change the laws in Canada in ways that could have long lasting, and far reaching consequences.
Coop Radio is volunteer run and member funded.
Located in East Vancouver and with long-time roots in the Downtown Eastside, Co-op Radio is a voice for the voiceless that strives to provide a space for under-represented and marginalized communities. Co-op Radio aims to increase community participation by encouraging examination of the social and political concerns of the geographic and cultural communities of BC.
In order for the great folks at Coop Radio and Redeye to continue to bring you high-quality alternative radio, they need your support. Become a member today.
Also, check out Common Law Radio, a show about the pressing legal issues of our time from the perspective of the lawyers and people involved. Their newest piece is about Access to Welfare in British Columbia.