Plan B: Democratizing The Economy

Doing laundry: Necessary evil or future economy?

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Do you live in a healthy city?

What does a healthy city look like: Tune into Upstream Radio

Here at Upstream, we ask the question: what does a healthy city look like?

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Plan B: Canada's Gig Economy

Precarious work is on the rise in Canada.

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The importance of the young voter: IMO, YOLO

As the upcoming federal election nears, it is important to get out and allow your voice to be heard, especially if you are a young adult or first-time voter.

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Plan B: Episode 3

Populism in Canada: Can We Talk?

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Upstream Radio Live

Join us in Saskatoon Oct. 4 at 7 pm

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Our health should be an election issue

To the extent health is an issue in the federal election, it will be about health care, as usual. Now I am not saying health care is an unimportant issue, but this focus on ‘health care as health’ is wrong for two reasons. 

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10 reasons we’re supporting the global climate strike

Young people around the world are inspiring people to take part in a global climate strike September 20-27, 2019, demanding an end to fossil fuels and climate justice.

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Plan B Episode 2

Aging in Suburbia

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Plan B: Eco-Grief

Host Ralph Benmergui talks about climate change, eco-grief, and what people can do about it in the first of a series of podcasts called Plan B. Guest Leslie Davenport counsels people through climate grief. Guest Laura Keeth is processing her own emotions by taking part in a Calgary eco-grief circle.

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