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GroundWire | April 27, 2015

GroundWire Community Radio News

by GroundWire and CJSF

GroundWire Community Radio News
GroundWire Community Radio News

This episode of GW was produced by CJSF90.1FM on Coast Salish Territories, including the Tsleil Waututh, Stó:l?,Skxwú7mesh and Musqueam peoples, in Burnaby by Maegan Thomas and Carly Forbes.

Headlines:
Bill C-2, The Respect for communities act, has passed it's 3rd reading in the House of Commons and could prevent the opening of further safe consumption sites| Matt Grunland, CiTR with files from citedpodcast.com 

As of April 26, the Teaching Support Staff Union at Simon Fraser University is on strike, beginning job action with an overtime ban. | Maegan Thomas, CJSF

Features:

Students in Halifax have been organizing against the deregulation of tuition as well as other issues affecting students including gender based violence and divestment from fossil fuels. | Jordan Roberts, CKDU 

A caravan from Iguala Mexico is travelling across Canada raising awareness about the missing and disappeared students from Ayotzinapa | Delores Mora, CJSF

An injunction was filed against Grassy Narrows community member Judy DaSilva following a water ceremony by CN rail | Michael Welch, CKUW

Residents of Louis Riel house, Simon Fraser University's family housing resist eviction | Maegan Thomas with files from Gurpreet Kambo, CJSF

Community Radio Report:
The pros and cons of record store day in Vancouver | Kiara Shibley and Jacob Gradowski, CJSF

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