By Roy L Hales
As a recent post to the Tideline suggests, “there seems to be an undercurrent of spite, allegation, sabotage and just plain nastiness” following the recent election. A very small group of Regional Director Noba Anderson’s opponents do not appear to have accepted the results. On Jan. 7, 2019, the Campbell River Mirror published a story stating that fourteen Cortes Island residents filed a petition in the Supreme Court of British Columbia to remove Noba Anderson from office.
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Article originally published on Greenpeace International; Audio/edited recorded by Cortes Radio.
By Rex Weyler
Why are global politics so dysfunctional that the UN climate meeting requires a 15-year-old Swedish grade school student to speak the truth? Why does a coalition of youth, outside the COP 24 climate meeting articulate a more comprehensive action plan than the delegates inside the meeting?
Continue reading Enough: Change The System Itself Itself!
Originally Published on Cortes Radio.ca
While of the vast majority Cortes Radio’s web and FM listeners are Canadian, there is a special niche where our largest audience is European. When it comes to high fidelity radio, Germany is number one!
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By Roy L Hales
On August 29, 2017, Cortes Community Radio, CKTZ 89.5 FM signed a memorandum of understanding with the Strathcona Regional District, on Northern Vancouver Island, British Columbia, stating we are to give them temporary usage of the station during emergencies. This has been part of Cortes Radio’s vision from the beginning but up until a week ago seemed more of a goal than a reality. Everything changed on Thursday, December 6, 2018. This morning Derrick Harvey talks about CKTZ’s new emergency back-up: radio in a suitcase.
Continue reading CKTZ’s New Emergency Back-up: Radio In A Suitcase