This episode of GroundWire was produced on the traditional territories of the Mississaugas of the New Credit by the GroundWire National Coordination Team.
Grassy Narrows First Nation filed legal proceedings against Ontario to halt the province's plans to clear-cut their territory | Carly Forbes CFRU and Gunargie O'Sullivan CFRO
University of Toronto feminists hold rally to speak out against gendered violence and in favour of safe work places | Omme-Salma Rahemtullah GroundWire
Hundreds of First Nations members in Manitoba's interlake region continue to struggles after having to abandon their homeland during 2011 floods | Michael Welch CKUW
Message from immigration detainees two years after their historic hunger strike | Mina Ramos CFRU
Valhalla Wilderness Society calls for review of Mountain Caribou penning projects | Catherine Fisher CJLY
Community Radio Report:
CKUW's Kids Radio Camp in Winnipeg Manitoba | Victoria King CKUW
Hosted by: Mat Wilush Halifax
Music by: cris derksen
We also thank: Carly Forbes, Omme-Salma Rahemtullah, Mat Wilush, Ellie Adekur and Yasmin Rahemtullah for support in producing this episode.
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