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7th Annual Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Women in Canada

Click here to download audio. On Sunday February 14th of 2016, the 7th Annual Memorial March for Missing and Murdered Women took place at metro St Laurent, and was organized by the Centre for Gender Advocacy. Valentines Day was thus reimagined across the city of Montreal as a day to honour the lives of lost loved ones, […]

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26th Anniversary of the Montreal Massacre: Panel Discussion

Click HERE to download the Mp3 of the panel. In commemoration of the Montreal Massacre that happened on December 6th, 1989 in École Polytechnique, CKUT’s Off the Hour hosted a panel discussion to analyze the event once again and the impact it had on the feminist movement and gun control laws. CKUT’s Rose Woolhouse, Kateryna […]

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environment

Coalition fighting for energy transition in Quebec prior to COP21

Credit: http://www.bayareacouncil.org/ Click here to download audio. The 2015 UN Climate Change conference in Paris begins this upcoming Monday. In the midst of this event the Quebec government is currently holding a controversial stance on energy transition. Many new studies, about 4000 pages long, have been made public very recently. Continued fossil fuel use in Quebec […]

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Fight for 15 Campaign Launches to Raise Minimum Wage in Quebec

Click here to download this report. On November 10th, on the other side of the main gates of McGill university, members of the “Coalition contre le travail précaire”, the 15plus.org campaign and many other political organizations in the community of Montreal united to protest the current minimum wage in Quebec. The current minimum wage is […]

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Communautés Mi’gmaq déposent une poursuite judiciaire contre projet ferroviaire explosif à Belledune

[audio https://ia601502.us.archive.org/33/items/Migmaqplaintejudiciare/Tanya%20Mi’gmaq%20(Final%20cut)%20mp3%20version.mp3] Click here to download audio.  En début juillet 2015, le Secrétariat Mi’gmawei Mawiomi (SMM), représentant les trois communautés Mi’gmaq de la région de Gaspé, a lancé une poursuite judiciaire contre la compagnie Chaleur Terminals Inc. Cette poursuite judiciaire a pour but d’arrêter la construction d’un projet ferroviaire explosif d’exportation de pétrole de sables bitumineux […]

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Pre-Moving Day Live Housing Panel

Click HERE to download the Mp3 file. On the eve of July 1st, the Moving Day, CKUT Community News Collective got to renew a tradition of holding a Housing Panel on June 30th to inform our listeners about their housing rights as tenants and answer some of the pressing questions. Anouk Millet, Aaron Maiden and […]

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Quebec On The Move from March 4-18

Credits: coco-net.org [audio https://ia601505.us.archive.org/29/items/QuebecOnTheMoveLaunch/Quebec%20On%20The%20Move%20launch%20.mp3] Click here to download. The Centre for Community Organizations (COCo) with the support of Concordia’s Office of Community Engagement is presenting “Quebec on the Move,” an art exhibit about contemporary social movements. Featuring video interviews with 22 community organizers, the art installation is coming to Concordia’s library building from March 4 -18. […]

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Migrants Continue to Fight for Access to Public Schools in Quebec

[audio https://ia601504.us.archive.org/29/items/EducationWithoutBordersEllie/Education%20without%20borders%20Ellie.mp3] Click here to download audio Despite formal recommendations from the ombudsman in Nov 2014, Quebec continues to exclude children with precarious immigration status from free access to education. January 30th 2015 was the date given to the Minister of Education to present a plan of action. To this day families of undocumented children continue […]

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Indigenous Photo essay

In Photos: Cree youth arrive in Montreal after marching 850KM against Uranium Mining

Full audio report coming soon. All photos by Aaron Lakoff, CKUT

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L’adoption de la Loi 3 — la coalition qui regroupe les employés municipaux syndiqués du Québec en parle

  [audio http://montreal.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/loi_3_for_blog.mp3] Click here to download audio file Selon la Coalition syndicale pour la libre négociation dont Marc Ranger est le porte-parole, l’adoption la semaine dernière de la loi 3 sur les régimes de retraite marque « un Jour noir pour les employés municipaux du Québec. » Leila Lemghalef lui en a parlé.

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Manif contre le Plan Nord épisode 3

Click here to download audio file Leila Lemghalef est allée au Palais des Congrès hier matin lors d’un rassemblement contre le Plan Nord. La manifestation a été organisé par ASSÉ Une foule est venue avec des pancartes lisant Plan Nord Plan Mort etc. Voici quelques de leurs remarques. Nous allons d’abord entendre Bobette.  

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Mouvements régionaux contre le pipeline Énergie Est

  Click here to download audio Jean-François Larose est deputé fédéral pour la circonscription de Repentigny, co fondateur de Forces et démocratie, opposé au pipeline Énergie Est, également opposé au contexte politique qui appui le pipeline. Le voici en entrevue avec Leila Lemghalef.

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Entrevue avec Noé Arteaga sur l’exploitation des travailleuses et travailleurs temporaires au Canada

  [audio http://montreal.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/stefan_interview_with_noe.mp3] Click here to download audio Nous vous présentons un reportage au sujet des conditions que doivent affronter aujourd’hui les travailleurs temporaires au Canada. On vous invite à écouter ce que nous a préparé Stefan Christoff, en entrevue avec Noé Arteaga qui s’exprime contre les structures du gouvernement conservateur envers les travailleurs migrants et […]

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Interview with Judy Rebick at the People’s Social Forum, Ottawa

[audio http://www.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/judy_rebick_final.mp3] Click here to download audio CKUT’s news collective spoke with Judy Rebick, the founder of Rabble.ca, and a life-long feminist activist, at the People’s Social Forum in Ottawa. Rebick reflected on previous failed attempts at organizing a cross-Canada social forum, and why this one worked at this moment in history. She also shared her […]

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Palestine

Conférence de Presse (8 Août): Solidarité Québec-Gaza

[audio http://www.radio4all.net/files/nasswas@hotmail.com/4917-1-Quebec_Gaza_Press_Conference.mp3] Click here to download audio Une conférence de presse a eu lieu le Vendredi 8 août afin de réclamer une plus grande solidarité entre le Québec et Gaza.  Plusieurs organisations Québécoises ont  invité le public Québécois à venir en masse pour démontrer leur soutien au peuple Palestinien durant une grande manifestation qui s’est déroulé […]

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Provincial elections neglect rental board issues

[audio https://ia600809.us.archive.org/30/items/2010Daren/0404%20intw%20with%20Claire%20Abraham.mp3] Click here to download audio CKUT brings you an interview with Claire Abraham from Project Genesis. Claire speeks about another ignored issue in the provincial elections which is the waiting delays at the rental board. Fred Burrill, from the housing rights group POPIR comite logement said: „we have talked about our worries and demands […]

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Alana Boileau of the Quebec Native Women’s Association

[audio https://ia600701.us.archive.org/21/items/AlanaBoileauQNWAFriday4.4/Alana%20Boileau%20QNWA%2C%20Friday%204.4.wav] Click here to download audio Over the course of Quebec’s provincial campaign, with its myopic focus on identity politics and a possible referendum on independence, many important issues have fallen through the cracks. CKUT’s Andre Goulet spoke  with Alana Boileau, Justice and Public Safety Coordinator for the Quebec Native Women’s Association, about what issues […]

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WeAreQuebec.org: supporting the targets of Bill 60

[audio https://ia600607.us.archive.org/33/items/JoeyTannyOfWeAreQuebec.orgInterview/Joey%20Tanny%20of%20WeAreQuebec.org%20interview.mp3] Click here to download audio WeAreQuebec.org is a new online meme gaining momentum in the lead up to today’s provincial election. It’s a place of support for those targeted by the Charter of Values, where you can post a photo of yourself in a kippa, hijab or turban in solidarity with Quebec’s minority communities. It’s […]

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Quebec provincial elections: voter suppression and intimidation

[audio http://montreal.mediacoop.ca/sites/mediacoop.ca/files2/mc/audio/ckut_news/voter_suppression_and_intimidation_mixdown_1.mp3] Click here to download audio On April 7, Quebecers will go to the polls to vote in a provincial election. Several key controversial issues remain in the air as we approach election day. We begin our show tonight looking at the issue of voter repression in Montreal’s downtown riding, Ville St-Marie. The news collective’s […]

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Provincial elections – Interview with Kat Gray

[audio https://ia600801.us.archive.org/8/items/KatGrayLebrayHouse/Kat%20Gray%2C%20Lebray%20House.mp3] Click here to download audio As the provincial election enters its 3rd week, have issues like poverty and homelessness been adequately addressed in the campaign?  Off the Hour’s Andre Goulet spoke with Kat Gray, executive director of Benedict Lebray House, a poverty outreach organization in Griffintown, to find out.