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This episode of GroundWire was produced on Anishinaabe territory of the Fort William First Nations at CILU 102.7 FM in Thunder Bay by Carly Forbes
Isabel O'Kanese is on a healing walk, Miyo Wicehtowin from coast to coast to promote lateral love | Jayal Chung, CILU
Environmental groups voice concerns about the Trans-Pacific Partnership | Omme Salma Rahemtullah, GroundWire National Coordinator
Community independent living Toronto hosts a federal election accessibility and disability forum | Karen Lewellen, Common Ground Media
Indigenous people unite and rally against Enbridge in solidarity with 8 First Nations communities taking Enbridge to court in Vancouver| Gunargie O’Sullivan, CFROListen to the full episode of Kla How Ya here:http://www.coopradio.org/content/kla-how-ya-fm-259
Sisters in Spirit hold a vigil in Montreal to honour the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women | Claudia Edwards, CKUT Listen to the full version from Off The Hour here:https://archive.org/details/MMIWEdit1
Music this week was by Kristi Lane Sinclair
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