Michael Bramadat- Willcock

  • Canadians Help Fund Second Gaza Flotilla

    Activists Have Raised $125,000

    Activists who tried to storm the Israeli blockade on Gaza last year have announced that plans are underway for a second try.

  • Public Displays of Disaffection

    Why the Station Where Canada Lives May be Dying

    When Prime Minister Stephen Harper dined with Fox Broadcasting Company president Rupert Murdoch in 2009, it was a match made in heaven.

  • Betting on Ballots

    Profiting from politics used to be a realm reserved for the crooked and immoral. Now, making a little money from elections is being brought to the masses.

  • Possible Worlds

    Cosmic Love and Murders in Space

    Anything is possible in a sci-fi world. Possible Worlds attempts to portray that onstage.
    A scientist simultaneously lives on several dimensions of existence. In love with the same woman in each of his alternate realities, he yearns for her contact but contact is seldom.

  • Accès Asie Showcases Asian Art and Culture

    In a groundbreaking move aimed at changing Canada’s institutionalized conception of arts and culture, Accès Asie, Montreal’s Asian Heritage Festival, is moving to bring Asian-Canadians to the forefront of the arts scene by hosting the first national Asian Heritage Month symposium in Montreal.