This episode of GroundWire was produced on traditional Mohawk territory at CKUT in Montreal by Aaron Lakoff.
Hosted by: Jehane Yazami of CKUT.
1:15 Grassy Narrows First Nation continues fight for land rights after a loss at the Supreme Court of Canada | Tiffany Lam, CKUT
2:40 A Palestine solidarity rally in Montreal | Aaron Lakoff and Under the Olive Tree, CKUT
4:55 The British Columbia Environmental Assessment Process allows Glacier Resorts Ltd to "self report" on compliance with 195 legally binding conditions | Catherine Fisher, CJLY
6:50 Indigenous activists in Elsipogtog, New Brunswick protest shale gas extraction and call for a common strategy to defend water in the province.| Heidi Griffin and Michael Freeman, CHMA
13:00 Non-profit organizations Sustainable Kingston and Hearthmakers Energy Cooperative are collaborating to encourage local businesses to reduce their greenhouse gas emissions | Brenna Owen, CFRC
18:35 An anti-racist soccer tournament in Montreal | Carla Green, CKUT
Community Radio Report:
23:35 Celebrating the 28th anniversary of the National Campus and Community Radio Association with founding board member Pat Nagle and the NCRA’s Penny Clarke. | Rachel Swatek, NCRA
Sawssan Kadoura, Katherine Garven, Aaron Lakoff, and Rachel Swatek
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