This edition was produced by Ophira Horwitz and narrated by Kerri Tattuinee and Julien Cooper from occupied Anishinaabe territory, homeland of the Métis and traditional territory of the Neehiwak and the Nakota at CKUW 95.9 fm in WInnipeg, Manitoba. Headlines were written by Michael Welch from CKUW and Marilla Steuter-Martin from CJLO, and features were produced by Gunargie O'Sullivan from CFRO, Madi Schmidt from CJSF, Mina Ramos from CFRU, and Filza Naveed from CFRC.
Responses to Winnipeg's status as the country's most racist city | Michael Welch, CKUW, Winnipeg
Bill to change the regulations that allows trans people to apply for legal change in Québec | Marilla Steuter-Martin, CJLO, Montréal
Audrey Siegl physically attacked by a police officer at #ShutDownCanada Vancouver | Gunargie O'Sullivan, CFRO, Vancouver
February 14th Annual Womens Memorial March in Downtown Eastside, Vancouver | Madi Schmidt, CJSF, Burnaby
High-school youth rally outside Ontario immigration prison on Family Day | Mina Ramos, CFRU, Guelph
Homelessness Marathon next Wednesday, February 25th | Filza Naveed, CFRC, Kingston
The GroundWire public service announcement was recorded by Leila Lemghalef with music by Common Vernacular. Listen to Common Vernacular at https://soundcloud.com/common-vernacular
We also thank Ophira Horwitz and Maegan Thomas.
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