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GroundWire | November 23 2015

GroundWire, national news from a grassroots perspective

GroundWire | November 23 2015

This episode of GroundWire was produced on Howdinsawnee and Anishinabe traditional territory in Kingston by CRFC. Hosted by Nathan Bateman, CFRC.


CKUT Prison Radio read a recent press release about the criminalization of LGBTQ and two spirited prisoners in the Grand Valley Institute Federal Women's Prison located in Kitchener, Ontario | GVI prison watch

Skeena Watershed Conservation Coalition sign letter in opposition to North West natural gas project | Sheila Ferrando, CKUT

University of Toronto students rally on campus in support of University of Missouri | Omme-Salma Rahmentullah, GroundWire

The BC Supreme Court dismissed a judicial review of a controversial alpine ski resort launched by the West Kootney EcoSociety | Catherine Fisher, CKUT


Concerns over Manitoba Hydro's treatment of workers in remote northern site | Michael Welch, CKUW

Septembre Anderson discusses an incident where a black Toronto middle-school student was called to the principal's office over her natural hair | Mick Sweetman, CJRU

Community Radio Report

Apology for an interview that was retracted from the last episode of GroundWire

Music this week was by Tennessee Ernie Ford

Special thanks this week also goes to Omme-Salma Rahemtullah, Nathan Bateman, Gunargie O'Sullivan, Catherine Fisher, Michael Welch, Mick Sweetman and Carly Forbes.

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