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GroundWire | April 14, 2015

Pipelines Edition

by GroundWireCKUW

GroundWire | April 14, 2015

This episode of GroundWire was produced at radio station CKUW 95.9FM in Winnipeg, Manitoba on Occupied Anishinaabe-Aking and the Homeland of the Metis. It was hosted by Dave Quanbury and Sara Arenson.

Headlines:

A report on the successful campaign to prevent the port at Cacouna, Quebec from becoming a terminal for TransCanada's Energy East Pipeline |Marilla Steuter-Martin , CJLO

A report on the Saturday April 11 Climate March in Quebec City | Brenna Owen, CFRC

Features:

A report on the environmental hazards associated with the development of the Energy East Pipeline route which would transform large sections of natural gas pipeline into a pipeline for diluted Tar Sands bitumen. |Jonathan Kornelsen, Adesuwa Ero, Michael Welch, Julien Cooper |CKUW

A look at what compels indigenous people to oppose and in some cases support pipeline routes, such as Energy East | Michael Welch, Julien Cooper. CKUW

A report on how people living in the small rural community of Waskada, Manitoba view the impact of the oil boom on their community.| Michael Welch, Julien Cooper, CKUW

A chemical engineer explains the good and bad associated with living and working in the oil patch | Ophira Horwitz, CFRC

Music: Shallow waters by Ta'Kaiya Blaney

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