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GroundWire | March 24, 2014

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GroundWire | March 24, 2014
This edition of GroundWire was produced at CHRW 94.9FM in London, Ontario by Ed von Aderkas. 
Update on the Perry Ridge headline from last episode | Catherine Fisher for CJLY-FM in Nelson, BC with sound from Colin Payne.
Quebec LGBTQ's of colour and their allies come out against the proposed "Charter of Quebec Values." | Josh Pavan, CKUT, Montreal Quebec. 
First Nations protestors block Via Rail corridor between Montreal and Toronto to raise awareness of missing and murdered aboriginal women | Ed von Aderkas, CHRW 9.49 FM London Ontario. 
A federal court defends medical marijuana patients right to grow one's own | Ed von Aderkas, CHRW 9.49 FM London Ontario. 
Stan Proboszcz talks about lack of progress on curtailing fish farms on the west coast | Jay Peachy, CJSF Nelson British Columbia. 
Demonstration in Montreal against Line 9 Pipeline | Amelie Philipson, CKUT Montreal, Quebec
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CKUW Goes ad-free after funding drive | Reagan Headley, CKUW Winnipeg.
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The Strumbellas - Did I Die? from We Still Move on Dance Floors
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