1:30 - Anti-Line Action Camp takes place in St. Andre d'Argentueil, Quebec | Aaron Lakoff, CKUT
3:35 - The End Immigration Detention Network Marks the one-year anniversary of the migrant strike | Carly Forbes, CILU with files from Dan Kellar, CKMS
5:35 - The inquest into the death of Lucia Jiminez begins and excludes some migrant organizations | Maegan Thomas, CJSF
8:41 - Press conference as family leaves sanctuary in Montreal facing deportation | Leila Lemghalef, CKUT
12:41 - Walking With Our Sisters commemorative art exhibition honouring missing and murdered indigenous women opens in Thunder Bay | Carly Forbes, CILU
18:36 - Winnipeg-based Canadian Museum for Human Rights opened to the public and is named an act of cultural violence | Michael Welch, CKUW
24:08 - The People's Climate March took place in over 2,500 communities. Hear voices of participants from Thunder Bay to Denman Island | Carly Forbes, CILU, Audrey O'Breham, CKUT, with files from Frieda Werden
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