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 GroundWire 
 IAW | An Apology for Africville | Protect Alberta's Farm Workers
 Weekly Program
 Steve Anderson, Stan Raper, Denise Allen, Brenda Steed Ross, Eddie Carvery, Michelle Bush, Adam Shapiro, Jon Elmer, Kevin Shaw
 Erica Butler  
 For non-profit use only.
Headlines

Canwest Global Communications sells a controlling stake of its shares to media giant, Shaw Communications (Steve Kerr in Montreal | CKUT)

Farm workers are lacking basic employment protections and in Alberta, the lack of health coverage has meant injuries and deaths. (Tessa Vanderheart in Winnipeg | CJUM)

Two groups of Montreal youth recently held a press conference to go public with their experience being racially profiled by the Montreal Transit Commission. (Joel Barde in Montreal | CKUT)

Community Radio Report
FlemoCity Media talks about growing a lower-power, youth-led station in Toronto’s Flemingdon Park- and how radio brings out the best of Flemo’s young voices. (Tarun, Adil and Ayesha in Toronto | CFPK)

Features
The sixth Israeli Apartheid Week spans the globe- and Canada has been no stranger to the controversy, where for the first time pro-Israeli groups push back with their own demonstrations. Christopher Currie discusses strategy and terminology with Adam Shapiro, Joe Elmer and Kamal Reilly from CFRC on the Queen’s University Campus in Kingston Ontario.

In St.John’s, International Women’s Day was the inspiration for feminist art. From CMHR, Sarah Feldbloom was there.

Toronto’s blind transit users are being refused service on the city's accessible transit service, WheelTrans. Karen Lewellen reports from Toronto.

Halifax has recently apologized to the former residents of Africville, a community that was destroyed in the 1960's under the banner of 'urban renewal'. CKDU's David Parker reports on the mixed reactions to the apology and the agreement signed with the Africville Genealogy Society to settle its 14-year-old legal action against the city of Halifax.
Produced by CKDU 88.1 FM Halifax.

Producers: Erica Butler and Jacky Harrison

Contributors: Tessa Vanderhart, Joel Barde, Steve Kerr, David Parker, Karen Lewellen, Adil, Tarun & Mikey (Flemo City Media), Sarah Feldbloom, Christopher Currie

Music by Black Union, MinyC, Elaztic, Wardah and Lomo

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