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GroundWire: April 11, 2011

Nuclear Energy Questioned, Women's Centre Closed, Tuition Hikes Denounced

by GroundWireRana Alrabi (CKUT)CJLYdavid parkerCKDU News CollectiveRachel WardCJSFPeter DriftmierCatherine Fisher

GroundWire: April 11, 2011

In this edition of GroundWire:

Headlines:

-Chaudhry family wins federal appeal;

-Constitutional challenge to prostitution laws receives ruling;

-Coalition calls for moratorium on oil and gas in St. Lawrence Gulf;

Features:

The Cranbrook Women's Centre closes down. Catherine Fisher, CJLY.

What future for nuclear energy after Fukushima? David Parker, CKDU.

-Nova Scotia students organize a 'Walk of Shame' against tuition hikes. Rachel Ward, CKDU.

-SHIFT, a new worker-run cooperative delivery service, rolls into downtown Vancouver. Peter Driftmier, CJSF.

Community Radio Report:

The "1 to 4" documentary chronicles CKLN's oldest hip hop time-slot and Toronto's source for cutting edge hip hop. On a February afternoon, four generations of hip hop artists reunited in the studio for an epic show.

Headlines written by: Irma Arkus, David Parker. Produced by Melissa Albiani.

Thanks to: Junior Edwards, Omme Salma-Rahemtullah, Justin Ling, Frieda Werden.

The April 11 edition of GroundWire was produced at CKDU 88.1fm in Halifax, Nova Scotia.

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