GroundWire Community Radio News: October 10th-October 23rd
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.
-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, Saskatoon
-We hear from inside the Missing and Murdered Women Inquiry in Vancouver. Credits: Justin Landsley, Vancouver
-Protesters outside of the Missing and Murdered Women Inquiry in Vancouver share their concerns and complaints. Credits: Julie Ngo, Vancouver; Shawn Feng, Vancouver.
-Engineers Without Borders are continuing their work in developing countries in their latest campaign. Credits: Bea Bernhausen, Anastasia Shevchenko
Community Radio Report
-UNESCO polls its members on which date to declare World Radio Day. Credits: Frieda Werden
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GroundWire October 23rd
Occupy(ed) Canada and the Missing and Murdered Women Inquiry