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Produced at CFRU in Guelph Ontario by Erin Hudson.

First up we look at the Idle No More movement and listen to sounds recorded at demonstrations across the country.


The 12th Global Day of Action Against Racism and for the Rights of Migrant Workers, Refugees and Displaced People was celebrated across Canada including a recap of relevant figures from 2012 - not a banner year.

In Nova Scotia, the recent passage of the Missing Persons Act has residents concerned.

And finally, in Quebec the provincial government announced cuts to post-secondary institutions annual budget.


Cow Head residents meet with representatives a company about to embark on an experimental fracking project only to be informed that waste water would be bound for Nova Scotia.

And we listen to testimony from Lee Brain - the son of a Canadian oil tycoon - before the Enbridge Pipeline Project Joint Review panel.

Music this week was by Montreal band Jazz Pad.

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