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GroundWire | Jan 19: Lelu Island protest update and Transgender Prisoner Solidarity Day

| January 19, 2016

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GroundWire | Jan 19: Lelu Island protest update and Transgender Prisoner Solidarity Day

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This episode of GroundWire was produced by volunteers at CKUT Radio, on traditional Mohawk territory in Montreal.

Headlines
Canada's first dedicated LGBT youth shelter set to open Feb. in Toronto | Omme Salma-Rahemtullah, GroundWire (0:46)

Saulteau First Nation camps out in Northern B.C. to resist Site C Mega Dam | CKUT (2:00)

Coastal First Nations celebrate victory over Enbridge's Northern Gateway | CKUT (2:58)

 

Features
Update from Lelu Island, where members of Lax Kw'alaams First Nations have been protesting a proposed LNG natural gas terminal | Gunargie O'Sullivan, Co-op Radio CFRO (6:13)

Transgender Prisoner Solidarity Day approaching Jan 22 | Sheila Ferrando, CKUT (12:45)

1000 members of Quebec teacher's union march Montreal streets for anti-austerity protest | Stefan Christoff, CKUT (15:30)



Community Radio Report
Info on the upcoming NCRA homelessness marathon and how to get involved with GroundWire's homelessness episode (23:15)

Music featured in this episode was by DJ Horg

We would like to thank all contributors as well as Omme Salma-Rahemtullah, Gunargie O'Sullivan, Mat Wilush, CKUT, Sheila Ferrando and Aaron Lakoff

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