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GroundWire Community Radio News | November 18, 2013

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GroundWire Community Radio News | November 18, 2013

This edition of GroundWire was produced at CFRU 93.3FM in Guelph, Ontario by Candice Jahani, Gabrielle Ene, Tomas MuManus, and Steve Mason

Headlines:

Spring Water provincial park has been reclaimed and renamed Campu Nibi by Anishinabe First Nations | Gabrielle Ene, CFRU

BC representive for Children and Youth reports $66 million wasted on talks with no service improvement for Aboriginal Child welfare. | Freida Werden, CJSF

Noam Chomsky denouces the Quebe values charter while speaking at the 50th Anniversary of Canadian Dimension magazine. | Aaron Lakoff, CKUT

Features:

Resistance to Fracking continues in Elsipogtog. | Amanda Lickers, ReclaimTurtleIsland.com, Jaggi Singh, CKUT, and Carly Forbes, CILU

Federal prisoners in Stoney Mountain and Bath have taken legal action against the pay cuts| Dee, Prison Radio CKUT and Carly Forbes CILU

Report back on a conference on minimum wage in Guelph | Tomas McManus, CFRU

Community Radio Report

CFBU in St. Catherines gets defunded by student referendum. | Candice Jahani, Gabrielle Ene and Steve Mason, CFRU

Music By:

Jordan Raycroft - Dancing with the Branches

Ryans Hemsworth ft. Baths - Still Cold

 
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