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GroundWire News - April 9, 2013 edition

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GroundWire News - April 9, 2013 edition


Produced by Erin Hudson at CKUT 90.3FM in Montreal, Quebec


Tim Hortons announces a new policy regarding its pork supply chain marking a gradual shift in the fast food industry

Outside Canada opposition to Enbridge’s Line 9 pipeline in central and eastern Canada continues - Melinda Tuhus, Between the Lines


A municipal bylaw continues to serve as a pretense for mass arrests in Montreal - Aaron Lakoff, Free Speech Radio News

And in a historic ruling, Jordan’s Principle (a child-first policy for First Nations children, who systemically receive less support than non-First Nations children) is applied for the first time - Moira Peters, Halifax Media Coop



CKLB FM, a Native Communications station in the Northwest Territories stages its own Idle No More protest: the background and results - Erin Hudson, CKUT

Community Radio Report

Community radio is a reflection of their community but how flexible is that mandate? The question is examined through a look at the recent partnership between Seaside FM and the Canadian Armed Forces - Carla Green, CKUT

Featured artist: Ta’Kaiya Blaney, Shallow Waters

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