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GroundWire | July 20 2015

by GroundWireCHRW

​This episode of GroundWire was produced at 94.9 CHRW in London, Ontario on the territory of Oneida and Chippewa Nations of the Thames by Richard  Raycraft, Liny Lamberink, and Andy Goddard.

Headlines:

Sex workers resist anti-trafficking organizing during pan am games in Toronto | Jay Elle

Thunder Bay CUPW local members host townhall meeting to discuss move to community mailboxes | Carly Forbes, CILU

Black Lives Matter Toronto demands justice for Andrew Loku

Features:

A recent transit referendum failed to pass in Vancouver | Maegan Thomas, CJSF

Listen to the full coversation here: https://soundcloud.com/cjsfradio/sfu-ii-post2015-metrovan-transit-ref-comments/edit

The city of London and it’s workers continue to struggle to reach an agreement | Richard Raycraft

A class action lawsuit is launched against Quebec’s largest cable provider for failing to provide community TV access | Gretchen King, CKUT

Community Radio Report:

The NCRA is fundraising to send an African and a Canadian delegate to the independent media convergence in Accra, Ghana | Sonja Klotz, CIVL, Yafa and Gretchen King, CKUT

https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/ncra-s-indymedia-convergence-for-community-radio#/story

Contact groundwireprod (at) gmail.com to pitch to the next episode of GroundWire!

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