This episode of GroundWire was produced on Mississaugas of New Credit Territory in Toronto by Carly Forbes and Algonquin territory in Ottawa by Ophira Horwitz.
Sex workers rally against Bill C-36 on the International Day to End Violence Against Sex Workers | Carly Forbes, CILU
Protesters march to Premier Wynne's residence in Toronto to raise concerns about the Energy East pipeline | Nicky Young, Toronto Media Coop
Features: Cree youth walk to Montreal to call for an end to uranium mining in their territory | Aaron Lakoff, CKUT and Carly Forbes, CILU
Toronto community members rally in solidarity with #BlackLivesMatter | Omme-Salma Rahemtullah, CHRY
Halifax discusses options for alternative transportation | CKDU
Community Radio Report: The Scope at Ryerson celebrates a successful bid for a spot on the AM dial | Ophira Horwitz, featuring the voices of Arman Aghbali and Elissa Pearl Matthews
Music this week was recorded by Aaron Lakoff. Headlines this week were written by Carly Forbes and Nicky Young. We also thank Frieda Werden and Gianna Lauren.
GroundWire is a project of the NCRA (National Campus and Community Radio Association).
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