Nichola Taylor talks with National ACORN board rep for the Atlantic, former chair of Halifax’s Peninsula Chapter, born and raised in New Brunswick and now organizing havoc in Halifax – Hannah Wood!
Nichola Taylor interviews Serge Landry, Canadian Labour Congress Atlantic representative and federal NDP candidate, shedding light on the sorry state of politics in New Brunswick and across Canada. Together, they explore the potential of organizing to bring about much-needed change in Canada.
ACORN leadership speaks truth to power at the 2024 Toronto Budget Hearings, demanding more money into our communities. Speakers include ACORN International President and Scarborough ACORN Chair Marva Burnett, East York ACORN Chair Alejandra Ruiz Vargas, Weston ACORN Chair Marcia Stone, Downtown Toronto Chair Rama Fayaz, and many more.
Nichola Taylors talks with Nova Scotia ACORN’s Sydnee Blum about their successful campaign for Rent Control during the pandemic.
Longtime president of the New Brunswick Federation of Labour shares stories of labour struggles from the past and present as well as his hopes for the future of labour in the Maritimes.
Check out this week’s ACORN Canada Radio’s Maritimes and Beyond episode, where Amy Floyd from the Madhu Center chats with Nichola Taylor about the real life impacts of Canada’s immigration policy failures.
Nichola Taylor connects with Shelly Petite, Chair of the NB Coalition of People with Disabilities and an ACORN member, to delve into the purpose behind the coalition’s existence and the necessary steps for addressing the needs of individuals with disabilities.
Nichola Taylor engages in a conversation with Steve Drost, President of CUPE New Brunswick, discussing the anti-union policies of the PC government, reflecting on the 2021 strike, and exploring ACORN’s role in paving the way for others in New Brunswick.
Rama Fayaz, recently re-elected Downtown Toronto ACORN Chair, shares the history of ACORN Canada’s Internet for All campaign with ACORN Radio, from its initial successes to the current demands moving forward to close the digital divide in Canada
Cristiano Da Silva, recently elected Downtown ACORN Co-Chair, speaks to ACORN Canada Radio about his work organizing with ACORN Tenant Union for tenant rights, healthy homes, and ultimately, social and economic justice for all, in both Hamilton, where he held to found the Stoney Creek chapter, and in Toronto, where he now resides