GroundWire | August 18, 2014: pipelines, prisoners' justice and more

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This week GroundWire was produced on unceded Algonquin Territory at CHUO in Ottawa Ontario.

Cette émission de GroundWire était produite sur les territoires Algonquin non cédée à CHUO à Ottawa

Hosted by:  Veronique Hynes and Rachel Swatek

 

Headlines:

2:00 The Secwepemc Women Warrior Society protests Imperial Metals mines at Toronto Stock Exchange (La « Secwepemc Women Warrior Society» protestaient les mines d’Imperial Metals à la Bourse de Toronto). | Sarah Newton, WhiStle Radio

4 :45 Les organisateurs du forum social de peuple s'attendre a rassemblé 10 000 militant à Ottawa du 21 a 24 Aout. | Rachel Swatek, NCRA avec des fichier du PSF. Traduite par Olivier Charbonneau

6:10 Organizers of the People’s Social Forum expect to bring 10,000 activists to Ottawa, August 21-24. | Rachel Swatek, NCRA with files from the PSF

 

Features:

8 :30 Une entrevu avec une manifestante de l'oléoduc « Line 9 » d'Enbridge à Oxford, Ontario. (an interview with a protestor of Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline in Oxford Ontario). | Ophira Horwitz

12 :30 A recap of Prisoner’s Justice Day at CFRC Kingston (un résumé de la journée pour la justice des prisonniers à CFRC Kingston).  | Brenna Owen, CFRC

18 :10 Resistance to the Jumbo Glacier Resort in British Columbia (des critiques du développement d'un nouveau complexe touristique en Colombie-Britannique). | Catherine Fisher, CJLY

 

Community Radio Report:

22 :30 Méli-Mélo, l'émission de radio hebdomadaire de l'association des francophones des Kootenays Ouest, enregistrée à CJLY à Nelson, promouvoir un nouveau projet pour partager l'histoire francophone. (Méli-Mélo, a weekly radio show produced by the francophone association of the west Kootenays at CJLY is promoting a new project to share francophone history). | Lyne Chartier, CJLY

GroundWire thanks:

Olivier Charbonneau, Veronique Hynes and Rachel Swatek 

 

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