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This week's edition produced by CKUT in Montreal.
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 Community News Net (Canada)  Contact Contributor
GROUNDWIRE COMMUNITY RADIO NEWS is a bi-weekly 29-minute news radio program featuring headlines,reports and features from the community radio sector in Canada. The program is a reliable, high-quality newscast, engaging the audience with geographically and culturally diverse features of interest to a national audience. For samples of previous episodes, visit: http://groundwire.ncra.ca
Please notify us at groundwireprod@gmail.com, if you schedule this program on your station. And thanks for listening!
Headlines by Olivia Bako, CKUT
-“Education for All” will hold a demonstration this week in Montreal to demand safe and secure access to education for children without immigration status, just days before school sets to open;
-Toronto Police Constable James Forcillo has been charged with the second-degree murder in the death of 18-year-old Sammy Yatim;
-Two Canadians were arrested in the midst of unrest in Egypt last Friday;
-The Thunderchild First Nation administration has launched an injunction against band members protesting oil exploration on ceremonial land.

Community Radio Report, by Katherine Garven, CKUT
-30th anniversary of the World Association of Community Radio Broadcasters.

Features
-At a Immigration Detention Centre protest in Laval, Quebec, a gate was torn down and a group of protesters breached the perimeter; report by Aaron Lakoff, CKUT
-Report on the Reconciliation Framework Agreements from the territory of the Secwepemc Peoples located on unceeded land in British Columbia; report by Chris Albanati, CFBX
-Petition to the Bank of Canada demanding more women on Canadian currency; report by Ed von Aderkas, CHRW

Music
-Secwepemc artist Capital G GEO, title "Beautiful BC"

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