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Rank and File Radio - Prairie Edition is a spoken word show exploring the labour movement on the prairies, providing news, interviews and political analysis from Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. It airs Sundays from 4 - 4:30 PM on CKUW 95.9 FM and is hosted and produced by Emily Leedham. This show is produced on Treaty 1 territory, original lands of Anishinaabeg, Cree, Oji-Cree, Dakota, and Dene peoples, and the homeland of the Métis Nation. Rank and File Radio’s mandate is to: ● provide ...
 
Giishpin Daa-agindaasoyan a'aw Gaawiin gidaabizindanzii.The Podcasts will be introductory Ojibwe Phrases, and Word Lists, as well as rambling and ranting from Show Host Wetootwaag.
 
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- Support on Patreon-Patreon.com/rfradioprairie-Follow on Twitter-twitter.com/rfradioprairiewww.Migrantrights.ca-Millennium for All Read Out-https://www.facebook.com/events/596872634144793/-Our Time Meeting-May 23, 7 PM, Richardson Atrium, University of Winnipeg-Winnipeg Transit Fare Strike ATU's First in North America-http://rankandfile.ca/win ...…
 
The 1919 General Strike anniversary conference in Winnipeg kicked off on Wednesday, May 8, with labour activists and academics from across Canada congregating at the University of Winnipeg. The intention of the conference was to not only reflect on the lessons of the general strike, but understand where Canada’s labour movement is at today. Spe ...…
 
Around 400 Nurses and healthcare workers filled the front steps of the Manitoba legislature on May 1, 2019 to protest government cuts to public services, citing forced overtime and burnout among healthcare workers. In addition to these health care changes, Brian Pallister is attacking the structure of unions themselves.Bill 29 is a forced reorg ...…
 
Order Red State Revolt: The Teacher's Strike Wave and Working Class Politicshttps://www.versobooks.com/books/2955-red-state-revoltJoin RankandFile.ca for the public book launch of Eric Blanc's "Red State Revolt: The Teachers' Strike Wave and Working Class Politics" on May 29, 2019 at the Worker's Action Centre.https://www.facebook.com/events/31 ...…
 
Today on the show, teachers and students fighting for quality, public education. We’ll hear from Meghan Linton, from the Manitoba chapter of the Canadian Federation of Students, on creating a prairie solidarity network for students to connect, share knowledge and organizing skills.Contact Megan Lintonhttps://cfs-fcee.ca/about/structure/And we’l ...…
 
Broadcast Date: April 21, 2019. Hosted & produced by Emily Leedham.Chloe Rockarts reflects on conversations with public sector labour leaders in Alberta for a RankandFile.ca article called The Past, Present and Future of Workers' Power in Alberta. We reflect on tangible steps needed to build worker capacity to fight public sector cuts and priva ...…
 
Broadcast date is April 14, 2019. Hosted by Emily Leedham.Today on the show, Robert Lee, an industrial electrician based in Alberta who has spent the last several years working on and off in the oil sands. Workers in the oil and gas industry have been used as a talking point by the Alberta NDP and United Conservative Party, both parties say the ...…
 
Broadcast date: April 7, 2019. Hosted by Emily Leedham.--Donate on Patreon--https://www.patreon.com/rfradioprairieToday on the show, Marco Luciano, director of Migrante Alberta. Migrante is fundraising for a workers centre, where migrants can connect to resources, each other,and organize. We’ll talk about Migrante’s new Fort MacMurray chapter, ...…
 
Broadcast date is March 31, 2019. Hosted by Emily Leedham. This show is supported by CKUW listeners, Patreon supporters and UFCW Local 832. Partner with www.RankandFile.ca-Donate on Patreon-https://www.patreon.com/rfradioprairieTwitter:Twitter.com/Emily_Leedham_Twitter.com/RFRadioPrairieToday on the show, Darren Stebeleski, a graphic designer a ...…
 
Today’s broadcast date is March 24, 2019. Follow Emily on Twitter: https://twitter.com/emily_leedham_Follow Rank & File Radio: https://twitter.com/rfradioprairieSupport the show on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/rfradioprairieVisit www.RankandFile.ca for more labour news across Canada.Today on the show - lightning round of Prairie labour news ...…
 
On Tuesday, March 19, 2019, Basia Sokal resigned as President of the Winnipeg Labour Council, citing harassment and bullying from men within labour leadership. This audio of her resignation was recorded by Emily Leedham with Basia’s permission at the Winnipeg Labour Council Meeting. It is uploaded here in its entirety as a record of the event. ...…
 
On February 25, 2019, Millennium Library in downtown Winnipeg implemented new security measures – a bag check and metal detector at the front entrance. Library workers and management have cited safety concerns regarding weapons, substance use and “inappropriate behaviour.” To the general public, the security screening came as a surprise.Many li ...…
 
Today’s broadcast date is March 10, 2019. Rank & File Radio is hosted by Emily Leedham.https://twitter.com/Emily_Leedham_Before we get started a quick announcement, I’ve updated my Patreon goals and subscription tiers. If I can get to $250 a month, I’ll produce one extra labour history episode each month. I’ve also added a 2$ tier because every ...…
 
Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition on CKUW 95.9 FM provides Canadian labour news and analysis across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. This show is an independent partner with RankandFile.ca and supported by listeners like you through the annual CKUW funding drive, Patreon and UFCW Local 832.https://www.patreon.com/rfradioprairieBroadcast Da ...…
 
February 24, 2019. Today on the show - what is going on at the University of Regina? Well, quite a bit. The U of R Faculty Association, or URFA, which represents 1400 employees, attained a strike mandate in November 2018, seeking wage increases to match inflation and job security for sessional instructors, among other things. URFA’s contract ex ...…
 
Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition on CKUW 95.90 FM provides Canadian labour news and analysis across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. This show is an independent partner with RankandFile.ca and supported by CKUW listeners, Patreon supporters and UFCW Local 832.This episode is broadcasting from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Treaty 1 territory, the or ...…
 
The CKUW FUNDrive runs until Friday, February 15th! Pledge online at www.ckuw.ca/donate !At the end of the show we had made $785 - but a donation after the show sent us to $1,085! Thank you so much to everyone who pledged! This was my first Funding Drive and it meant a lot to have it go so well!Follow Nasr Ahmed: https://twitter.com/nasrahmed93 ...…
 
Bob Barnetson, Athabasca University prof, provides an overview of the labour reforms introduced by the NDP, and what might happen to those reforms should Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party form government in just a few months. He also provides an update on bargaining and impending faculty strike at Athabasca University.https://albertalabo ...…
 
Doug Ford's "student choice" initiative in Ontario will destabilize student union funding and dramatically alter the landscape for training future student and labour organizers in Canada. In Alberta, the door to attack student funding has been wedged open by right wing bootlickers. Ultimately, it pushes Canada closer to a government being able ...…
 
Allen Mankewich has over 15 years of experience working in the public and non-profit sector, working on a number of different disability-related initiatives. A highlight of his career was participating in the United States Government’s International Visitor Leadership Program in 2015, where he learned how advocates, disability organizations and ...…
 
Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition on CKUW 95.90 FM provides Canadian labour news and analysis across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. This show is an independent partner with RankandFile.ca and supported by listeners like you through Patreon, and UFCW Local 832. It is hosted by Emily Leedham.This episode is broadcasting from Winnipeg, Mani ...…
 
Emily, Dave, Tannara and Scott get drunk on union made beer (mostly) and listen to Episode 18 of the Canadaland podcast OPPO hosted by Jen Gerson and Justin Ling looking at the "state of the left" in Canada.By Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition.
 
Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition on CKUW 95.90 FM provides Canadian labour news and analysis across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. This show is an independent partner with RankandFile.ca and supported by listeners like you through Patreon, and UFCW Local 832.---Support via Patreon!---https://www.patreon.com/rfradioprairieThanks to every ...…
 
Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition on CKUW 95.90 FM provides Canadian labour news and analysis across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. This show is an independent partner with RankandFile.ca and supported by listeners like you through Patreon, and UFCW Local 832.This episode is broadcasting from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Treaty 1 territory, the o ...…
 
Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition on CKUW 95.90 FM provides Canadian labour news and analysis across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. This show is an independent partner with RankandFile.ca and supported by UFCW Local 832.This episode broadcasts from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Treaty 1 territory, the original lands of the Cree, Oji Cree Anishnaab ...…
 
Today on the show, Gina Smoke, Unifor’s new Indigenous Liaison, who will be travelling across Canada to start projects to support Indigenous communities.And Charlene Matheson, president of Unifor Local 830, talks domestic violence leave in Manitoba, the first province to pass legislation of this kind two years ago, and why more education and ou ...…
 
Hello and welcome to Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition on CKUW 95.90 FM. Canadian labour news and analysis across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. This show is an independent partner with RankandFile.ca and supported by UFCW Local 832.This episode is broadcasting from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Treaty 1 territory, the original lands of the Cree, ...…
 
Broadcast date: November 18, 2018Rank & File Radio is supported by UFCW Local 832.Today on the show - Patrick McGuire, an organizer with the Winnipeg I.W.W. talks restaurant organizing - and a failed attempt to unionize local Winnipeg restaurant Stellas in 2002. The I.W.W. was compelled to share their story, after former Stellas employees recen ...…
 
Hello and welcome to Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition on CKUW 95.90 FM. Canadian labour news and analysis across Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Alberta. This show is an independent partner with RankandFile.ca and supported by UFCW Local 832.This episode is broadcasting from Winnipeg, Manitoba, Treaty 1 territory, the original lands of the Cree, ...…
 
Today on the show, over one thousand Co-op workers are on strike in Saskatchewan, both in Moose Jaw and Saskatoon. The workers are members of UFCW 1400. Moose Jaw workers have been on strike for just over a month. Three days ago, Saskatoon workers walked off the job at over 20 locations across the city. While they are striking over two separate ...…
 
Today on the show, Mike Palecek, the president for the Canadian Union of Postal Workers. On Monday, October 22, CUPW commenced rotating 24 hour strikes across the country. CUPW has been at the bargaining table since November 2017. Michael Keefe writes at RankandFile.ca:“On September 7, after over 9 months of negotiations, Canada Post made its f ...…
 
Owen Toews is the author of Stolen City: Racial Capitalism and the Making of Winnipeg, published by ARP Books this year. He has a PhD in geography from the City University of New York and is currently a postdoctoral fellow at the University of Alberta. He is a member of the abolitionist prisoner solidarity group Bar None, which operates a ride ...…
 
Karla Villanueva Danan – anak of the diaspora – is a second-generation Pinay born and raised on Treaty 7 land. Across academic and artistic disciplines, Karla is most passionate about creating and holding space for Pinay/Filipinx diasporic stories. She is an avid practitioner of shine theory and cares deeply for community/collective healing and ...…
 
Today on the show, John DiNino, president of Amalgamated Transit Union Canada, provides an update on the talks between the union and the federal government over Greyhound shutting down all but one of its routes in Western Canada on October 31, 2018, and ATU’s commitment to fighting for public owned and operated inter-city transit. to connect wi ...…
 
Guest: Charles Smith, Professor at the University of Saskatchewan and co-author of Unions in Court: Organized Labour and the Charter of Rights and Freedoms. Charles provides some historical context for the labour movement's relationship with the legal system and the struggle in building on these legal battles while also building up rank and fil ...…
 
Re-Upload of July 15, 2018 Episode. Had to be briefly taken down due to space constrictions on SoundCloud.On this episode: a look at the various responses from labour unions and activists regarding Greyhound's announcement to pull out all bus routes in Western Canada - except one - by October 31. Could this be a good time to call for a publicly ...…
 
Re-Upload of July 8, 2018 Episode. Had to be briefly taken down due to space restrictions on SoundCloud.Diwa Marcelino is a migrant rights organizer, writer and student. He is actively involved with Migrante Manitoba—a community organization that advocates for the rights and welfare of migrant workers, working toward social and economic justice ...…
 
Re-Upload of July 1, 2018 episode. Had to be taken down briefly due to space constrictions on SoundCloud.July 1st's guest was Greg Taylor, Human Rights Officer on Indigenous issues for CUPE, discussing the complex relationship between Indigenous and labour movements.Resources: Indigenous People, Wage Labour and Trade Unions: The Historical Expe ...…
 
September 23, 2018: Deena Ladd, co-founder of the Worker’s Action Centre in Toronto and coordinator for Ontario’s $15 and Fairness campaign.I wanted to talk to Deena because a group of workers here in Manitoba, including myself, are launching a grassroots Fight for $15 and Fairness campaign here to raise the minimum wage, improve working condit ...…
 
Today on the show we’ll talk prison justice. A nation-wide prison strike in the U.S just concluded last week, from August 21 to September 9. The strike was centered around 10 demands, including an end to unpaid labour, or prison slavery, and increased rehabilitation programs. One provincial prison in Nova Scotia also participated in the form of ...…
 
Full interview with Nicole Montford from NationalizeBusRoutes.ca debriefing the Sep 3 Day of Action to call for a nationalized inter-city bus service to replace Greyhound once Greyhound pulls its routes from Western Canada on October 31. This was Nicole's first time organizing an action of scale, so she reflects on event logistics & timing, int ...…
 
First, a follow up with Nicole Montford, a first time organizer in Calgary, Alberta, who recently organized a day of action to support a nationalized inter-city bus service to replace Greyhound. We’ll talk about her experience organizing and what she learned in the process. You can check out the campaign at www.NationalizeBusRoutes.ca and on Tw ...…
 
Sunday, September 2, 2018: Kate Jacobson, host and producer of the Alberta Advantage podcast, talks austerity budgets and their impact on public sector union struggles across the Prairies.Links:Albertahttps://edmontonjournal.com/news/politics/graham-thomson-labour-peace-as-another-big-tentative-deal-is-struck-with-public-sector-workershttps://e ...…
 
This week, the Union of Canadian Transport Employees has called for the government to buy back the Canadian Wheat Board from the Saudi-U.S. joint venture, Global Grain Group. The Harper government sold 50.1% of the CWB to the joint venture, which is now known as G3 Canada Limited. UCTE President Dave Clark highlights that grain shipments throug ...…
 
August 19, 2018 - This episode discusses employment across race & gender in Alberta's oilsands & organizing for climate justice & direct action.Dr. Angele Alook is proud member of Bigstone Cree Nation and a speaker of the Cree language. She recently successfully defended her PhD in Sociology from York University. Her dissertation is entitled "I ...…
 
Anthony Fenton is a researcher based in BC, specializing in Canadian political economy and international relations. Currently, he's finishing his PhD thesis at York University (Toronto), which focuses on the political and economic history of Canada’s relations with Saudi Arabia and the neighboring Gulf monarchies, covering the post-WWI to the p ...…
 
David Bush, editor at RankandFile.ca, talks about Ontario’s cancellation of the Basic Income Pilot Project, and what it means for Prairie provinces pushing for Basic Income programs of their own.Calgary organizer Nicole Montford from NationalizeBusRoutes.ca talks about the days of action planned September 1-3 calling for nationalized intercity ...…
 
It is a rough time to be a transit driver in Winnipeg. In February 2017, a transit driver was stabbed and killed after waking a sleeping rider. Last week, a bus was briefly hijacked by a man spraying bear mace. The Workers Compensation Board release numbers that showed a dramatic increase in drivers on stress leave to cope with the day to day h ...…
 
ATU Canada President Paul Thorp and CUPW President Mike Palecek talk Greyhound's future. Also, Amazon on the Prairies, resisting "border crisis" rhetoric, Justice for Stolen Children Camp in SK and Manitoba labour's lawsuit against the provincial govt.By Rank & File Radio - Prairie Edition.
 
To read Jones' Texts on Google Books:http://books.google.com/books?id=SaEiAQAAMAAJ&printsec=frontcover&dq=Ojibwa+Texts&hl=en&ei=DPN_TtjNO8TbgQfsrug0&sa=X&oi=book_result&ct=result&resnum=5&ved=0CEIQ6AEwBA#v=onepage&q&f=false It's on Page 288, and 289.Journal Of the Early Americas:http://www.journaloftheearlyamericas.com/ Here's My Cleaned Up Ver ...…
 
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