This episode of GroundWire was produced on Anishinabe territory in Thunder Bay part of the Robinson Superior Treaty and home of the Fort William First Nation by Carly Forbes.
Community forum on police brutality in Montreal | CKUT News
Red Rising grass roots Indigenous media collective launches issue #5 in Winnipeg | Stéfane Doucet, CKUW
National Circle of ceremony and healing held in response to ongoing Indigenous youth suicide crisis | Sarah Newton, QCCR
Winnipeg students participate in 5 days for homelessness to raise money for local youth resource centre | Julian Cooper, CKUW
A discussion on the consultation process taking place regarding pipelines in Indigenous communities on the West Coast | Gunargie O’Sullivan, CFRO
Community Radio Report
Powel river hosts listening party at CJMP to celebrate local documentaries produced using the Radiometeres grant | Omme-Salma Rahemtullah with files from CJMP
GroundWire thanks all of its contributors as well as Djenaba Dayle, Courtney Harrop, Gretchen King, and Anna Sigrithur Houston.
This episode was hosted by Julian Cooper and Mahlet Cuff at CKUW in Winnipeg.
Music this week: Friction by The Lytics off their 2016 album Hold On, and Juniper by Begonia off her album Lady in Mind.
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