Story 3 – 15 potential unmarked graves found at the site of former residential school in Carcross, Yukon. Poor record keeping means that finding names and communities for the school’s students has been difficult.
Month: September 2023
Story 3 – Quebec government promises to extend COVID premiums to public sector workers and says that if the Common Front is good, they might even get these premiums forever. Things are heating up in public sector bargaining.
In this episode, Sandy and Nora talk about federal politics, who is in bigger trouble and why is the only thing that the Liberals to do to help housing affordability to eliminate GST on building new rental units.
In this episode, Sandy and Nora talk about the million different regressive things happening in elementary, secondary and post-secondary schools and remind listeners that this is what happens when autonomous student organizing is weak.
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Story 2 – About 50 workers in Mississauga are owed up to $13,000 each after their food processing company goes belly up. The workers are protesting their worksite every day demanding that back wages are paid.
Story 3 – Disturbing video released as part of trial of correctional officer accused in the death of William Ahmo, an Anishanabe man who told officers he couldn’t breathe more than 20 times as they restrained him.
Story 1 – Alberta Human Rights tribunal has found that two Black men were discriminated against by Edmonton police but, as the police officers were ignorant to their ignorance, the individual complaints were dismissed.
Story 1 – Jury selection starts today in the trial of Nathaniel Veltman for the murder of the Afzaal family. It will be the first time terror charges are put to a jury since they were passed after 9/11.