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GroundWire | January 13, 2014

by Groundwire News CollectiveCILU

GroundWire | January 13, 2014

GroundWire | January 13, 2014

 

This episode of GroundWire was produced on Fort William First Nation’s territory at CILU in Thunder Bay ON by Carly Forbes

 

Headlines:

 

Two Montreal activists arrested in Mexico under serious charges | Aaron Lakoff, CKUT

NEB approves the Enbridge Northern Gateway Pipeline | Josh Brandon, CKUW

Single elderly women frequent Thunder Bay soup kitchen | Earl Snow, CILU

Canada Post CEO gets a raise while services get cut | Gretchen King, CKUT

 

Features:

Reflections on media coverage on the 20th anniversary of the signing of NAFTA | Kim Hornak, CFMH

Indigenous women create a community run database of missing and murdered indigenous women | Scott Neigh, CKLU

 

Community Radio report:

GroundWire is seeking contributors | Frieda Werden

Groundwire is a project of the NCRA.  Pitch to GroundWire by emailing: groundwireprod (at) gmail dot com

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