This episode of GroundWire was produced at CHRW in London, Ontario by Ed von Aderkas.
Hosted by: Emily Stewart and Julian Uzielli of CHRW.
Canadian Tarek Loubani, who was imprisoned in Egypt last summer, says his country should take a stronger stance against the sentencing of Canadian journalist Mohamed Fahmy in Egypt. | Julian Uzielli, CHRW
Migrant justice group, No One is Illegal protests changes to the Temporary Foreign Workers Program | Mina Ramos, CFRU
The Tsilhqotin First Nation win a landmark land claim case at the Supreme Court of Canada | Courtney Harrop, CJMP
The BC Yukon Association of Drug War Survivors, supported by the Pivot Legal Society argued to British Columbia’s Supreme Court that a number of city bylaws in Abbotsford, BC are unconstitutional, because they prevent access to safe shelter for homeless Canadians. | Catherine Fisher, CJLY
Highlights from Toronto World Pride. | Ed von Aderkas, CHRW
Analysis of the British Columbia Teachers Federation strike.| Maegan Thomas, CJSF and Andy Longhurst, CiTR
A feature interview with feminist activist David Futrelle, who writes the popular gender equity blog: We Hunted the Mammoth. | Angie St. Mars and Jen Unwin, CKUW
Community Radio Report:
A feature interview with Devin Pielle, the new First Nations Language Coordinator at CJMP in Powell River, British Columbia. | Rachel Swatek, NCRA
“That’s Okay” by Roland Prevost, off his album “One in Breath.”
“Sheltered” by Metro4, off their album “Day One.”
Ed von Aderkas, Andy Longhurst, Emily Stewart, Julian Uzielli and Rachel Swatek