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Thursday, July 29, 2010

Newsletter: Iranians and Toronto's Real Estate - Eco-warrior vs. Eco-developer - Land of Talk

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Quirks and Quarks

Your Podcasting Newsletter for the week of July 28th 
A Mohawk flag is held aloft in front of Queens Park in Toronto as demonstrators prepare for the Indigenous Day of Action march on June 24, 2010. Photo by Timothy Neesam/CBC.
Land of Talk performing live at Montreal's Segal Centre. Photo by Frank Opolko.
Iranian demonstrators stand in front of Toronto's City Hall. Photo by Toronto City Life.
ReVision Quest
The image of the Native warrior standing up to land developers is part of our national experience but who makes a stand when it's the Natives themselves logging the forest and mining the hills?
Canada Live
Land of Talk is joined by special guests from The Besnard Lakes for this hot concert recorded at the Segal Centre in Montreal.
CBC Toronto: Safe Haven
Safe Haven features stories about Iranians and Toronto's real estate market and examines how Iranians here continue to have an impact on the country they left behind.
Also on this week:
The Sunday Edition
Download and hear a panel discussion with John Rafferty, Dr. Myra Rodriguez and Sarah Empy regarding the so-called crisis in Braille.
The Bottom Line
David Suzuki discovers the extent of global soil erosion and speaks with a supporter of genetically modified crops in Africa.
Mary Hynes speaks to Terry Eagleton about his most recent book, Reason, Faith and Revolution: Reflections on the God Debate.