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GroundWire Community Radio News
30 Mar, 2015 | 0:29:00 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

This episode of GroundWire was produced on Anishinaabe territory in Thunder Bay by Carly Forbes at CILU and co-hosted by Jayal Chung Headlines: Haitian and Zimbabwean migrants resist deportation in Montreal after a recent policy ending the moratorium on deportations to Haiti and Zimbabwe | Antoine Cadeaux, CKUT Quebec students mobilize against austerity measures in Montreal and protest military research...
October 7th Edition
07 Oct, 2013 | 0:29:50 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

GroundWire Community Radio News October 7th This episode of GroundWire was produced by Carly Forbes at CILU on Fort William First Nations Traditional Territory in Thunder Bay Ontario Headlines: Federal Prisoners on General Strike against the Offender Accountability Initiative | Prison Radio, CKUT Community members protest the Thunder Bay Chronicle Journal for publishing a Transphobic Editorial | Carly Forbes, CILU...
Live Recordings from the Winnipeg Red Jam Slam
27 Jun, 2013 | 2:22:23 |
EN | Carly Forbes |

Presented by the Red Jam Slam Society, Chris Reed, the NCRA, CKUW and The Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
June 17th NCRC Winnipeg 2013 edition
17 Jun, 2013 | 0:28:40 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

This edition of GroundWire was produced on Annishinaabe and Métis territory at CKUW in Winnipeg by Carly Forbes at the 2013 NCRC. Headlines: Changes to the Temporary Foreign Workers Program allows search without warrant | Prison Radio CFRU Cancellation of mother and baby program challenged in B.C. Supreme Court | Prison Radio CKUT Features: Sex Workers Take to the streets...
Preservation of the Tsúùt’ìnà Gunaha (Language) and Musqueam people continue to defend Cesna?em
31 Jul, 2012 | 0:29:46 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

Racist political opportunism used surrounding July Scarborough shootings | MaryCarl Guiao, CFRU Musqueam People continue to struggle to protect Cesna?em | Gunargie O’Sullivan and Woody Morrison, CFRO Preservation of the Tsúùt’ìnà Gunaha (Language) | Catherine Fisher, CJLY BC Supreme Court strikes down ban on assisted suicide | Jason Vermes, AMI Community Radio Report commemorating Delroy Sterling | Shelley Robinson CHUO...
Struggle to protect ancient burial grounds from condo development
19 Jun, 2012 | 0:29:57 |
EN | Carly Forbes |

Interviews with Cecilia Point a spokesperson for the Musqueam people as well as the voices of Musqueam elders, youth, and UBC students.
Missing and Murdered Women's Inquiry ends, Musqueam protect C??SNA??M, and the Yinka Dene Alliance
19 Jun, 2012 | 0:30:00 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

This episode of GroundWire is hostedby Anoosh Noorizadeh-kollou and MaryCarl Guiao and produced by Carly Forbes at CFRC, in Kingston, Ontario, during the NCRC. Headlines Kingston Pride weekend | Aaron Lakoff, CKUT Casserole protests and defying Quebec's Law 78 in Kingston | Gretchen King, CKUT Community Radio report Interviews with organizers and delegates of the 31st National Campus and Community...
MaryCarl Guiao on the increasing racist and classist migrant and refugee repression in Canada.
24 May, 2012 | 0:13:35 |
EN | Carly Forbes |

MaryCarl Guiao is a community organizer with a volunteer-run migrant worker advocacy group in Guelph, Ontario called Fuerza/Puwersa*. Guiao speaks about the 4th annual "Status for all!" May Day Potluck & Panel in Guelph, Ontario and criticizes the myriad wrongs of the Canadian immigration system. *Fuerza and Puwersa both mean "strength" in Spanish and Tagalog, respectively. Spanish and Tagalog are...
Occupy(ed) Canada and the Missing and Murdered Women Inquiry
25 Oct, 2011 | 0:29:30 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

This week's edition produced by Justin Landsley and Frieda Werden from CJSF in Burnaby, BC. Hosted by Frieda Werden from CJSF in Burnaby, BC. Features -Occupy protests are taking place across the country. Credits: Alanna McNevin, CKUT Montreal; Tom Morello, Vancouver; Glen Canning, Halifax; Tim McSorley, Montreal; Youth in Solidarity, Toronto; Greg MacDougall/Waawaaskesh, Ottawa; the Stimulator, Vancouver; and Heather Martin,...
Rally Against Asbestos Export, Safe Injection at InSite and SFU lockout
11 Oct, 2011 | 0:29:30 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

GroundWire Community Radio News: Oct. 9th | Rally against Asbestos export, SFU lockout and Safe Injection at InSite. This week's edition was produced at the CFRU in Guelph, Ontario. groundwire/ The Headlines -The Mayor of Toronto, Rob Ford is seeking a disciplinary hearing for Dr. Roland Wong who has been helping people on welfare have healthier diets. Nicki Bozinoff...
The Millenium Scoop and The Conservative Government's "tough on crime" agenda
30 Aug, 2011 | 0:29:00 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

GroundWire Community Radio News: August 29th – Sept 10th This week's edition produced by the team at CKUT on Mohawk traditional territory in Montreal, QC. Hosts: Tom McNeil and Rachel Turpin from CKUT. The Headlines - Indigenous perspectives on NDP Leader Jack Layton’s death. | CHRW, London -The Grassy Narrows First Nations community wins a precedent-setting legal victory against...
Prisoner Justice Day Edition
16 Aug, 2011 | 0:29:30 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

August 14th – Prisoner Justice Day Edition This episode of GroundWire was produced and hosted by Carly Forbes The Headlines - Kelly Plug Back a g20 arrestee is no longer on house arrest and can have unrestricted access to her fiancé Julian Ichim on the condition that he severs ties with anti-poverty group SOS Julian Ichim and the Support Krew for...
Interview with Carl Cosack, local rancher and vice chair of NDACT
14 Jul, 2011 | 0:32:00 |
EN | Carly Forbes |

A US hedge-fund has proposed a Mega Quarry in Melancthon township. Melancthon is located at the highest elevation in Southern Ontario and has some of the best farm land in the area. In this interview we discuss where the process is at now, the devestating effects this quarry will have on the local environment as well as the rest of...
National Aboriginal Day, Canadian Postal Workers Strike and SlutWalk
19 Jun, 2011 | 0:29:27 |
EN | Carly Forbes | GroundWire

This episode explores issues facing Aboriginal folks such as the Residential School Agreement, the Truth and Reconciliation process and the UN declaration on indigenous peoples. This episode also features the Canadian postal workers strike and a report back from SlutWalk. This editions community radio report includes interviews with several women at the NCRC about their experiences as women in community...
Residential School Agreement, Truth and Reconcilliation and UN declaration on Indigenous Peoples
16 Jun, 2011 | 0:27:54 |
EN | Carly Forbes |

In this interview Gunargie O'Sullivan and Dr. Roland Chris John discuss the Residential School Agreement, the role of foster care in the genocide against Indigenous Peoples, the Truth and Reconciliation process and the United Nations declaration on Indigenous Peoples. This was recorded over the phone at CKDU in Halifax.
Interview with No One is Illegal
30 May, 2011 | 0:31:41 |
EN | Carly Forbes |

Earful of Queer talks to Craig Fortier of No One is Illegal about Alvaro Orozco. Alvaro was picked up following a targeted ID check on Friday May 13th and is currently being held at the Rexdale Immigration Holding Centre where he faces imminent deportation. Alvaro is a Queer Artist who fled from Nicaragua at a young age to escape homophobic...
A reading of the zine by Mary Nardini gang from Milwaukee, Wisconsin
19 Jan, 2011 | 0:18:20 |
EN | Carly Forbes |

Toward the Queerest Insurrection "Queer is a territory of tension, defined against the dominant narrative of white-hetero-monogamouspatriarchy, but also by an affinity with all who are marginalized, otherized and oppressed." Printed clandestinely by the Mary Nardini gang, criminal queers from Milwaukee, Wisconsin Find a copy of the zine online.
Radical Queer News from Nov. 8- Nov. 14 2010
15 Nov, 2010 | 0:06:23 |
EN | Carly Forbes | Queers in the News

Discussion of the decriminalization of Sex Work in Canada
19 Oct, 2010 | 0:21:00 |
EN | Carly Forbes |

Amy Lebovitch is a sex worker and sex worker rights activist with Sex Professionals of Canada. She is also one of three plaintifs named in the Charter Challenge. On September 28 2010 Justice Susan Himel ruled that following laws violated sex workers rights: a) Communicating for the purposes of prostitution in a public place b) Keeping a common bawdy house...
From Sept. 20 to Sept. 26 2010, It's about more than gay marriage
27 Sep, 2010 | 0:03:55 |
EN | Carly Forbes | Queers in the News

Winnipeg, Manitoba: Trans Women Killed, Accused out on Bail Vancouver, BC: Women evicted because she's trans Hartford, Connecticut: Jill Johnston passes away at 81 Orono, Maine: Trans girl denied from girls washroom at school Mona Shores, Michigan: Trans Homecoming King denied title San Antonio, Texas: Trans Sex worker assaulted, hate crimes not pressed Soweto, South Africa: Annual Pride March against...
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