This edition was produced by Ophira Horwitz and Marilla Steuter-Martin, and presented by Marilla and Saturn De Los Angeles, at CJLO on unceded Mohawk territory in Montréal.
Freezing to death on the streets of Toronto | Victoria Xie, CKUT
Vancouver transit police report 328 people to the Canadian Border Services Agency | Konstantin Prodandanovic, CiTR
Muslim perspectives on Charlie Hebdo attacks | Marilla Steuter-Martin, CJLO; Michael Welch, CKUW, and Aaron Lakoff, CKUT
Accessibility in the Ottawa punk and DIY community | Ophira Horwitz and Rachel Weldon, with audio recorded by Mackenzie Smedmor
Women speak out against the Dalhousie dentistry scandal | Laura Peek, CKDU, with audio recorded by the Dalhousie Student Union
Community Radio Report:
Community Radio Fund of Canada increases funding for campus and community radio stations | Marilla Steuter-Martin, CJLO and Ophira Horwitz
We thank Emily McQuarrie, Frieda Werden, Carly Forbes, Audrey D. Luffy, Leila Lemghalef, Carmella Farahbakhsh, and Ophira Horwitz.
This week we played Pizza Shark by Bonnie Doon and Where I'm Going by Boyhood. You can purchase the tracks here:
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