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This episode of GroundWire was produced on Haudenosaunee and Anishinabe traditional territory in Kingston by CRFC. Hosted by Nathan Bateman, CFRC.
Students vote for BDS at McGill | CKUT
Cuts to healthcare targets nurses in Ontario | CFRO
Indigenous perspective from Women's Summit in Montreal | GroundWire-From
Winnipeg, March for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and updates from the 3-day consultation with the families | CKUW
Protectors of the land react to BC Supreme Court injunction order | CFRO
Rock Camp for Girls | CJSF
Community Radio Report
AMARC Commemorates IWD by spotlighting community radio programming from Canada | CKUT
Special thanks this week also goes to Omme-Salma Rahemtullah, Nathan Bateman, Audrey O'Breham, Gunargie O'Sullivan, Rose Marie Whalley, Michael Welch, CJSF and Gretchen King.
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