This week GroundWire was produced on unceded Attawandaron territory in Guelph, Ontario at CFRU by Jessie Winokur.
Comments from Dr. Rashmee Singh of the Department of Legal Studies and Sociology at the University of Waterloo on the dangers of Bill C-36 | Jessie Winokur, CFRU
The Mik'Maq Rights Initiative pushed for the resumption of consultations with Transport Canada surrounding development projects in Sydney Harbor, Cape Breton | Noel Mano, CFRU
Educators in the B.C. school system continue to fight back against funding cuts | Jaimee-Lisa Cotter, CFRU
Sisters in Spirit organized a vigil in Guelph to honor Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women | Jessie Winokur, CFRU
Latanya Grant and SESA Media talk about the murder of Jermaine Carby by police in Brampton, police brutality and anti-black racism | Shabina Lafleur Gangji, CFRU
Audrey Siegel and Woody Morrison discuss the injunction served to evict occupants of Vancouver's Oppenheimer Park | Gunargie O'Sullivan, CFRO
The First Nations Community of Shoal Lake 40 faces immense hardship 100 years after the development of water pipelines on their land | Michael Welch, CKUW
Community Radio Report
Peach City Board President Dave Del Rizzo talks about the station's application for an FM license, a new studio location, and a funding drive to make it happen | Ophira Horwitz
We thank our contributors Ophira Horwitz, Michael Welch, Jessie Winokur, SESA media, Shabina Lafleur-Gangji, Latanya Grant, Audrey Siegel, Woody Morrison, Gunargie O'Sullivan, Noel Mano, Jaimee-Lisa Cotter, Kellie Grant, Rashmee Singh. We also thank Audrey O'Breham and Courtney Harrop.
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