Link Radio

Our weekly radio show. The news team breaks down their reports, we hold in-studio interviews and more.

  • Link Radio | April 3, 2014

    This week on Link Radio: We speak with one student who was denied the right to vote; after four and a half years the truth and reconciliation commission has finished its hearings—editor Steve Bonspiel of Kahnawake’s weekly newspaper, The Eastern Door, gives his reaction; student association ASSÉ holds a big protest against austerity, and spokesman Benjamin Gingras tells us all about it.

    … And a whole lot more!

    You can use the in-track comments to skip to a story.

    Interested in learning more about how Angela Rose was refused the right to vote? Read her op-ed.

    Tune in to Link Radio every Thursday at 11 a.m. on CJLO 1690 AM. We’re always looking for new contributors! If you’re interested, email radio@thelinknewspaper.ca

  • Link Radio | March 27, 2014

    This week on Link Radio: reporter Erin Sparks describes exploring the Redpath Mansion before the century-old building was torn down; Concordia artist Madelaine Gendreau explains her latest project—molding ash trays on dead pigeons; and Irish drag queen and gay rights activist Panti Bliss drops by Concordia.

    …And a whole lot more!

    With your hosts Sara DuBreuil, Geoff Vendeville and Colin Harris.

    Use the in-track comments to skip to a story.

    To read more about the Redpath Mansion, see Erin Spark’s story in this week’s issue of The Link.

    Tune in to Link Radio every Thursday at 11 a.m. on CJLO 1690 AM. We’re always looking for new contributors! If you’re interested, email radio@thelinknewspaper.ca

  • Link Radio | Mar. 20, 2014

    This week on Link Radio: we host a special, on-air debate between the presidential hopefuls in the upcoming CSU elections, followed by an interview with activist Jonathan Aspreault-Masse about gentrification in Hochelaga-Maisonneuve, and the Centre for Gender Advocacy asks for an eight cent fee-levy increase.

    With your hosts Colin Harris, Geoff Vendeville, and Andrew Brennan.

    We’re always looking for new contributors! If you’re interested, email radio@thelinknewspaper.ca

  • Link Radio | Mar. 13, 2014

    This week on Link Radio: the rundown on the presidential candidates in the upcoming CSU general elections, the future of prostitution in Canada after de-criminalization, and a preview of the annual march against police brutality, including an interview with Julie Matson of the Justice for Victims of Police Killings Coalition.

    With your hosts Sara DuBreuil and Colin Harris.

    You can use the in-track comments to skip to a story.

    We’re always looking for new contributors! If you’re interested, email radio@thelinknewspaper.ca

  • Link Radio | Mar. 6, 2014

    This week on Link Radio: The CSU Judicial Board disqualifies a petition to opt-out of six fee levy groups, the ECA dissociates from 14 controversial chants, activist Chris Crass talks about how men can become involved in feminism—and much, much more!

    With your hosts Colin Harris, Andrew Brennamen, and Geoffrey Vendeville.

    We’re always looking for new contributors! If you’re interested, email radio@thelinknewspaper.ca