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SEPTEMBER 26 | Special report: Resistance to pipelines rising at the Sacred Stone Camp

This week GroundWire is produced at CHUO FM, on Algonquin traditional territory in Ottawa.

by GroundWire Production


In Saskatchewan, physicians and activists have called upon the provincial government to declare a state of emergency over the AIDS crisis, one that is predominantly effecting the Indigenous community.  | Lindsay Nixon, CKUT

Full Moon Memory Walk takes place in Thunder Bay | Jayal Chung and Carly Forbes, CILU

In Montreal, police officers stop and harass a black man in a wheel chair, unlawfully holding him and searching his things. The interaction is caught on tape by bystanders. | Lindsay Nixon, CKUT

Special Feature

Standing Rock Sioux in North Dakota organize Sacred Stone Camp to resist the Dakota Access pipeline | Glen Swarnadhipathi, CIVL with audio files from Co-op Radio and CKUW

Community Radio Report

The life of one of the first champions of radio technology was the focus during the Montreal book launch of McGill professor Marc Raboy's Marconi: The Man Who Networked the World. | Gretchen King, CKUT


KAYTRANADA (ft. BADBADNOTGOOD) / 99.9% / Weight Off
A Tribe Called Red (ft. Black Bear) / We Are The Halluci Nation / Stadium Pow Wow


We thank all our contributors this week, as well as Sarah Bartal, Hisham Elmekki, Nicky Jean, and Roberto Guevara from CHUO plus Gunargie O'Sullivan, Billie Pierre, and Michael Welch.

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