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GroundWire Jan. 13, 2020 | 2019 Year in Review Part 2

Community radio news from coast to coast to coast

by Groundwire News

This episode of GroundWire was produced in Toronto on the traditional territory of the Wendat, the Anisihinaabeg, Haudenosaunee, M├ętis and the Mississaugas of the new credit. I am your host Omme-Salma Rahemtullah

This episode of GroundWire will look back at the significant stories from the second half of 2019. Here is 2019 year in review, part 2!

Headlines:

August 19: Report - Apartments unaffordable for Canada's minimum wage earners | Catherine Fisher (CJLY)

Sept. 16: Indigenous suicide crisis | Greg Macdougal (Equitable Education)

Oct. 7: Canadian government appeals ruling on Labeling of West Bank produced wine. | Michael Welch (CKUW)

Dec. 3: Exploitation of immigrant workers in Montreal | Stefan Christoff

Features:

August 5: Passage of Bill 21 in Quebec prohibiting adornment f religious symbols among public sector workers | Amy Lloyd, Gau Mahadevan (CKUT)

November 4: Sons of Deceased Grassy Narrows chief demand newly re-elected Trudeau Government keep its word. | Michael Welch (CKUW)

Dec. 16:SHUT DOWN WTO 20th anniversary | Greg Macdougal (Equitableeducation.ca), Michael Welch (CKUW)

Community Radio Report:

Ontario Court rules Student Choice Initiative unlawful | Michael Welch (CKUW)

 

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