Our weekly podcast. The news team breaks down their reports for those of us too lazy to read.
Matt D’Amours talks about “Automne chaud” protests against austerity, which are underway.
Sunday’s vigil for missing and murdered indigenous women called on politicians for a federal inquiry.
Sports recaps courtesy Julian McKenzie.
Old Man Matt and Young Blood McKenzie talk Another Brick in The Wall Part I, II and III by Pink Floyd.
On this week’s edition of The Download: Concordia tribunals go to mediation, journalists meet with Montreal police over behaviour during protests, public school teachers, students protest against austerity, Old Man Matt and Young Blood McKenzie on Mortal Man by Kendrick Lamar.
Demilitarize McGill say McGill is keeping documents from them, Linda Dawn Hammond revisits Sex Garage, 25 years later, Old Man Matt and Young Blood McKenzie talk The Chain by Fleetwood Mac and Needing/Getting by OK Go.
The Download discusses plans for autumn strikes, new consent training for Concordia’s Stingers, and interview with Tanya Stasilowitch from League of Lady Wrestlers in Montreal. Old Man Matt and Young Blood McKenzie talk ‘Cause I’m a Man by Tame Impala and Trouble by Lindsey Buckingham.
Local activist wins civil suit against SPVM, #YouStink in Montreal protests trash crisis in Lebanon.
Old Man Matt and Young Blood McKenzie talk Roundabout by Yes and Owner of a Lonely Heart by Max Graham.