This edition of GroundWire was produced by CKUT in Montréal on unceded Mohawk Territory. It was produced in collaboration with Courtney Harrop from CJMP and Frieda Werden, the host and producer of WINGS: Women’s International News Gathering Service.
This is a special edition to commemorate the École Polytechnique Massacre that occurred in Montréal on December 6, 1989, and more broadly, the ongoing violence against women that we must include when we consider the aftermath of the massacre.
In this edition:
Feature produced in 1989 shortly after the massacre | Frieda Werden, Beth Blackmore, Mary Laney, WINGS
Tanya Tagaq speaks about her views on violence against Inuk women and girls in her acceptance speech at the Polaris Awards | Audio contributed by Frieda Werden
Feminists take to the streets for the Take Back the Night march in Montréal | Celia Robinovitch, CKUT
The Feminist Alliance for International Action launches a campaign to to raise awareness of two forthcoming focused on Canada’s missing Aboriginal women | Meghan Murphy, CJSF
Report on the official commemoration activities in Montréal on December 6 | Leila Lemghalef, CKUT
We thank host Tamara Filyavich, producer Aaron Lakoff, Ophira Horwitz, and all of our contributors to this edition.