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GroundWire 2009 June 12 Edition

Grassroots news coverage from coast to coast to coast

by GroundWire

GroundWire is a twice-monthly dose of grassroots independent journalism from the campus community radio sector of Canada.

This is the first bi-weekly edition of GroundWire, thanks to a grant from the Canadian Media Fund.

Presenting the June 12, 2009 Features:

- Akwesasne Mohawks stand off against the Canadian Border Services Agency | Laurin Liu (CKUT)

- Riot police evict squatters at the Autonomous Social Centre in Montreal | David Koch (CKUT)

- Toronto commemorates Injured Workers Day, June 1st | Krisitn Schwartz (CHRY)

- Opposition to the Alberta Tar Sands is on the rise | Chris Albinati (CKUT)

- Alberta continues to debate the controversial Bill 44 | Joe Burima (CJSW)

The following are the Headlines for June 12, 2009:

Stop the Raids campaign launched in Toronto. | Omme Rahemtullah (CHRY)

Montrealers called on the government to bring Abousfian Abdelrazik home. | Andrea Macnevin (CKDU)

We are looking for contributions for our next edition. Interested in participating? email news@ckdu.ca to find out how.

The June 12 edition of GroundWire was produced at the National Campus and Community Radio Conference in Montreal, June 8-13, 2009.

For more information, visit: groundwire.ncra.ca

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