July 17 | Investigating SLAV, Indigenous action against Enbridge Pipeline, Youth-led walk for Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women

This episode of GroundWire was produced on the traditional territory of the Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk) peoples in Montreal by Laura Charney and Gau Mahadevan.

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Headlines

Ontario teachers protesting Ford government sex-ed curriculum | Mick Sweetman, CJRU

Greyhound bus closures in western Canada | Catherine Fisher, CJLY

Pay-what-you-can grocery store in Toronto | Donovan Lacroxie, CJRU

Features

Youth-led walk for missing and murdered Indigenous women | Michael Welch and Kristen Andrews, CKUW

Indigenous-led prayer camp protesting Enrbidge Line 3 Pipeline | Michael Welch and Kristen Andrews, CKUW

Montreal International Jazz Fest cancellation of “slave song odyssey” SLAV | Jaggi Singh, CKUT

Community Radio Report

Commemorating Indigenous broadcaster and advocate of Indigenous language media Les Carpenter | Laura Charney, CKUT

We thank all our contributors including Mick Sweetman, Catherine Fisher, Michael Welch, Kirsten Andrews, CKUT News Collective, and Donovan Lacroxie.

This episode of GroundWire was produced on the traditional territory of the Kanien’keha:ka (Mohawk) in Montreal, Quebec.

Music this week was “Leave the Light On” by Chances from the album “Traveller”, and “Breakwall” by Ansley Simpson from the album “Breakwall.”