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GroundWire Community Radio News | November 18, 2013

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GroundWire Community Radio News | November 18, 2013

This edition of GroundWire was produced at CFRU 93.3FM in Guelph, Ontario by Candice Jahani, Gabrielle Ene, Tomas MuManus, and Steve Mason


Spring Water provincial park has been reclaimed and renamed Campu Nibi by Anishinabe First Nations | Gabrielle Ene, CFRU

BC representive for Children and Youth reports $66 million wasted on talks with no service improvement for Aboriginal Child welfare. | Freida Werden, CJSF

Noam Chomsky denouces the Quebe values charter while speaking at the 50th Anniversary of Canadian Dimension magazine. | Aaron Lakoff, CKUT


Resistance to Fracking continues in Elsipogtog. | Amanda Lickers,, Jaggi Singh, CKUT, and Carly Forbes, CILU

Federal prisoners in Stoney Mountain and Bath have taken legal action against the pay cuts| Dee, Prison Radio CKUT and Carly Forbes CILU

Report back on a conference on minimum wage in Guelph | Tomas McManus, CFRU

Community Radio Report

CFBU in St. Catherines gets defunded by student referendum. | Candice Jahani, Gabrielle Ene and Steve Mason, CFRU

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Jordan Raycroft - Dancing with the Branches

Ryans Hemsworth ft. Baths - Still Cold

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