This episode of GroundWire was produced at CHRW in London, Ontario by
Ed von Aderkas.
Hosted by: Emily Stewart and Julian Uzielli of CHRW.
1:25 Migrant justice group, No One is Illegal protests changes to the
Temporary Foreign Workers Program | Mina Ramos, CFRU
3:50 The Tsilhqotin First Nation win a landmark land claim case at the
Supreme Court of Canada | Courtney Harrop, CJMP
5:25 The BC Yukon Association of Drug War Survivors, supported by the
Pivot Legal Society argued to British Columbia’s Supreme Court that a
number of city bylaws in Abbotsford, BC are unconstitutional, because
they prevent access to safe shelter for homeless Canadians. | Catherine
6:25 Highlights from Toronto World Pride. | Ed von Aderkas, CHRW
7:50 Canadian Tarek Loubani, who was imprisoned in Egypt last summer,
says his country should take a stronger stance against the sentencing of
Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy in Egypt. | Julian Uzielli, CHRW
11:55 Analysis of the British Columbia Teachers Federation strike.|
Maegan Thomas, CJSF and Andy Longhurst, CiTR
17:50 A feature interview with feminist activist David Futrelle, who
writes the popular gender equity blog: We Hunted the Mammoth. | Angie
St. Mars and Jen Unwin, CKUW
Community Radio Report:
23:50 A feature interview with Devin Pielle, the new First Nations
Language Coordinator at CJMP in Powell River, British Columbia. | Rachel
“That’s Okay” by Roland Prevost, off his album “One in Breath.”
“Sheltered” by Metro4, off their album “Day One.”
Ed von Aderkas, Andy Longhurst, Emily Stewart, Julian Uzielli and
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