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Vancouver Co-op Radio's independent daily news show — reporting on the front lines in our community on Coast Salish territories, hosted by reporters Tan Mei Xi and David P. Ball.

Weekdays starting 7 a.m. on 100.5fm in Vancouver, and podcasting at thepulse.coopradio.org.

Our reporters Tan Mei Xi and David P. Ball bring you interviews with community leaders and essential updates during Covid-19.

Theme song: 'Iodine' used with permission of Hannah Epperson.
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Along with today's headlines, and an episode of Talking Radical Radio, The Pulse talks to Zoha Faisal, an organizer, with Sustanabiliteens, of today's climate day of action taking place at 11 am at Canada Place.
The Pulse talks to Zoha Faisal, a member of the youth climate justice group, Sustainabiliteens (@sustainteens), and an organizer of today's day of climate action at Jack Poole Plaza, beginning at 11 am.https://www.sustainabiliteens.org/
On The Pulse today, John Zee talks to Kanatiio, an assistant gardener and community helper with the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House Urban Farm. Links to the organizations mentioned in the interview:https://www.dtesnhouse.ca/urban-farmhttps://dudesclub.ca/
Kanatiio, assistant gardener and community helper with the Downtown Eastside Neighbourhood House Urban FarmDavid Gonzales, artist
David Gonzales, artist
Along with the day's headlines, Gunargie O'Sullivan talks to homeless advocate Fiona York about CRAB Park. We also hear the latest CBC Front Burner podcast.
Today on The Pulse, Gunargie O'Sullivan talks to homeless advocate, Fiona York, about the tent city in CRAB Park, and its current dismantling.
Host James Mainguy, producer Sandy Goldman and Tyee's journalist Jen St Denis discuss the first election results.
Chris Livingstone from Smoke Signals, interviewed while he and his team were preparing 200 sandwiches for the Aboriginal Front Door Society.Dianne Waters, outreach specialist of the BCSPCA on Charlie's Pet Food Bank.
Dianne Waters, outreach specialist of the BCSPCA, on Charlie's Pet Food Bank
Chris Livingstone from Smoke Signals, interviewed while he and his team were preparing 200 sandwiches for the Aboriginal Front Door Society.
On this special weekend edition of The Pulse, we talk to Jenny Kwan of the NDP, who's running in the riding of Vancouver East. We also talk with Lisa Rupert, with YWCA Vancouver, about housing, violence against women, and the federal election.
The Pulse continues its series of conversations with the candidates running in Vancouver East in next week's federal election. Today, The Pulse talks to incumbent MP, Jenny Kwan of the NDP.
The Pulse talks to Lisa Rupert, VP of Housing and Violence Prevention with YWCA Vancouver, about next week's federal election and issues around housing and violence against women.
Along with the day's headlines, we talk with Natasha Hale of the Communist Party, who's campaigning in the riding of Vancouver East in this year's federal election. We'll also hear part 2 of the CBC Front Burner podcast special on the federal election.
On The Pulse, we continue our series of conversations with the Vancouver East candidates in this year's federal election. Today we talk to Natasha Hale of the Communist Party.
On The Pulse, we're continuing our series of conversations with the federal candidates running in East Vancouver. Today we talk to Josh Vander Vies, who's running for the Liberal Party.
On The Pulse, we're continuing our series of conversations with the federal candidates running in East Vancouver. Today we talk to Josh Vander Vies, who's running for the Liberal Party.
Along with today's headlines, today on The Pulse we talk to the People's Party of Canada candidate in East Vancouver, Karin Litzcke. We also talk to Seth Klein, author of A Good War: Mobilizing Canada for the Climate Emergency, about the climate emergency and the federal election.
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