Headlines for the week of March 9, 2009

Click here to listen (runs 17m 57s)

LOCAL

– Montreal – International Women’s Day: thousands rally calling for a new world order

– Montreal – McGill University plans to purchase hotel where workers have been on strike since August

NATIONAL

– Fort Chipewyan – Former primary care physician for Ft Chipewyan First Nation states link between oil sands and cancer rates

– Canada – Mining in northern Canada is in sharp decline, while government tax break for junior mining companies still stands

– York University hosts landmark conference to discuss Canadian mining industry

– Halifax – Court proceedings continue for four activists protesting free Atlantica trade agreement

– Ecuadorian activists sue the Toronto Stock Exchange

INTERNATIONAL

– Peru – Peru Top Court Bans Some Oil Exploration Work including Canadian company Talisman Inc.

– Gaza – Montreal Engineer enters Gaza after three weeks of trying

– Worldwide – Israeli Apartheid Week took place in cities and on campuses around the world last week

– Iran/US – Six major american news organizations call for release of independent journalist

featuring voices of: Dolores Chew, Dr. John O’Connor, Carlos Zorrilla, Ehab Lotayef, Ronnie Kasrils

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Please contact headlines@ckut.ca

Credits: our friends at the Dominion, and our contributors Anabel Khoo, Juniper Belshaw, Leah Gardner, Laura Glowacki, David Koch, Brodie MacRae, TJ kahan, and Laurin Liu

One thought on “Headlines for the week of March 9, 2009

  1. trading June 3, 2009 / 11:48 pm

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