GroundWire | October 27 2015: Day Against Police Brutality, election reflections

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This episode of Groundwire was produced at Community radio station CKUW 95.9FM in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Treaty One territory, on the traditional territory of the Anishinaabe peoples and the homeland of the Metis Nation. Hosted by Tannis Kelm and Stephane Doucet.

Headlines

Take Back the Night in Thunder Bay | Carly Forbes, CILU

The Indigenous Law Association organized a rally and know your rights teach in following the arbitrary arrest of a 15 year old from a remote First Nations community | Jayal Chung, CILU

University of Winnipeg students face backlash by university security following protest of military recruitment on campus | Michael Welch, CKUW

Features

Montreal marked the International Day Against Police Brutality with a vigil for victims of police killings | Rose Woolhouse, CKUT

A coast-to-coast reflection on the 2015 federal election | Mat Wilush, CKDU and Carly Forbes, CILU with audio files from: CKDJ, CKUW, CJSF, and Gunargie O'Sullivan CFRO

Community radio report

A preview of CKUW's Student Powered Radio Marathon | Susan Huebert, CKUW

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