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This episode of GroundWire was produced in part at the annual national campus and community radio conference, held this year in Ottawa on unceded and unsurrendered Algonquin territory.
CRTC's new policy on community television subsidizes corporate media | Omme-Salma Rahemtullah, GroundWire
Sinkhole in downtown Ottawa | Saima Asad CJSW, Chanel Klein CJSF, Ugonna Chigbo, CKUW
Thousands of people attended a vigil in Toronto to remember the victims of Pulse Nightclub shooting | Mick Sweetman CJRU
Sacred walk in Ottawa in opposition to Zibi condo developments | Braden Alexander CKXU, Matt Sicero CKCU
Save Crab Park rally in opposition to Port expansion in Vancouver | Gunargie O'Sullivan Co-op Radio
Community Radio Report:
First Nations delegates and delegates of colour speak about the importance of diversity at the 35th annual National Campus and Community Radio Conference | Omme-Salma Rahemtullah GroundWire, Mick Sweetman CJRU, Saima Asad CJSW
Music in this episode was by A Tribe Called Red
Thanks to all our contributors and to Audrey O Breham, Carly Forbes, and CHUO
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