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The Daily GRRR! - Oct. 28, 2014 - “Too Bad It’s Only Tuesday” Edition

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HEADLINES for Oct. 28, 2014
1. Cross Lake FN protesters occupying hydro dam make seriously reasonable demands
2. Hollow legislation to pseudo-ban fracking in Nova Scotia faces eco-criticism
3. Indigenous nations in BC prepare for “new era” of pipeline opposition
4. Indigenous nations in US appeal to Canada to stop Kinder Morgan pipeline
5. Indigenous peoples of Australia invite the world to protest the G(enocidal)20
6. OPIRG Guelph hosts workshop for wannabe radical percussionists!
7. Toronto’s toxic dirt is being dumped into Ontario farmland
8. Parents should be frightened of toxic chemicals in common Hallowe’en products

Midway Music: Monster Mash (Cover) by The Misfits

Article: “This year, don’t be a racist for Halloween” by Calvin Ratana for The Daily Sundial

Article: “This year, don’t be a racist for Halloween” by Calvin Ratana for The Daily Sundial Article: “Halloween costume shopping: A sampling of the racism for sale” by Native Appropriations

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

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Closing Song: This Is Halloween (“Nightmare Revisited” Cover) by Marilyn Manson

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The Daily GRRR! - Oct. 27, 2014 - Your “Ugh, Monday Morning” Edition

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HEADLINES for Oct. 27, 2014
1. Gov may pick ‘preventative detention’ over basic rights after Ottawa shooting
2. Russell Brand calls out Harper on propagandist handling of Parliament attack
3. UK police to pay activist £425,000 for trauma of relationship with undercover cop
4. Men’s rights group stealing donations through fake violence against women website
5. South Carolina argues “stand your ground” law can’t apply to domestic violence
6. #Muslims4Ferguson call for end to racial profiling on Day Against Police Brutality
7. Cold Lake community bands together to clean up vandalized mosque
8. Comedian urges Redskins to adopt a ‘sunburned white person’ as new mascot
9. New research shows live theatre increases tolerance and empathy in students

Midway Music: Another Unoriginal Poem About Police Brutality by David James Hudson

Feature: “Watching the dust settle in love and solidarity with one another” by Nora Loreto for Rabble.ca

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS.

Closing Song: Terrorist? by Lowkey

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Interview with Incumbent Sean Strickland, seeking re-election to Waterloo Regional Council

Interview from our regional reporter Brayden McNeill with Sean Strickland, incumbent candidate for the Waterloo Regional council.

Sean speaks to his campaign priorities including keeping taxes low while investing in the communities, accessible transit, good jobs, and affordable housing.

Brayden also asks Sean about the Line 9 tar sands pipeline reversal, regional climate change initiatives, curbing urban sprawl, and other environmental issues.

Sean also explains the need to move to having full time councillors to create better engagement in the region.

Municipal elections take place on October 27th across Ontario.

Interview with Cameron Dearlove - Candidate for Waterloo regional Council

Here is an interview from our regional reporter Brayden McNeill with Cameron Dearlove, of the "Family Centre", who is running for a seat on the Waterloo Region Council.

Cameron describes his past community involvement and his main platform priorities which are based on bringing community voices to the table on the issues that impact us most including housing, transit, building caring and compassionate communities, environmental uncertainty and sustainability, and the use of tax dollars with triple bottom line thinking.

Voting in Ontario takes place on October 27th

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The Daily GRRR! - October 24th, 2014 - Waves Through Walls: Prison Radio

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HEADLINES for October 24th, 2014
1. Parental Incarceration Has Massive Negative Impacts on Children
2. Lawsuit Filed after Man In Mental Distress Left to Die While in Custody
3. 60 Years for Defending Herself From An Abusive Partner, Thousands Demand to #FreeMarissa Alexander
4. Pope Francis blasts Capital Punishment and Life-Sentences
5. While Crime Rates Drop, Costs of Crime Skyrocket
6. Matt DeHart Ordered Deported From Canada
7. Man Killed by RCMP in Slocan BC was “Executed”
8. CBC Stonewalled Snowden Story on Serious CSEC Spying

Midway Music: Pataphisics with Asylum is a Crime This song was originally a fundraiser for riserefugee.org

Feature,/strong>a read of the piece from social justice activist Matthew Behrens entitled Reflections on a Violent Day in Ottawa. #OttawaShooting #SomethingAboutChickensRoosting
http://rabble.ca/columnists/2014/10/reflections-on-violent-day-ottawa

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS

Closing Piece: The Rebel Spell withHopeless

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Interview with Jane Mitchell - Incumbent Candidate for Waterloo Regional Council

Here is an interview from GRMC regional reporter Brayden McNeill with Jane Mitchell, an incumbent candidate for regional Councillor here in Waterloo region. Mitchell is also the current chair of the Grand River Conservation Authority. Brayden spoke to Jane about her campaign priorities and affordable housing (0-13min), the region's climate change/sustainability initiatives (~13-18min) and line 9 and the regions LRT initiatives.

Municipal Elections in Ontario Take Place on October 27th.

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Interview w/ Waterloo Regional Council Candidate Elizabeth Clark

Today’s feature is an interview from regional reporter Brayden McNeill with local YWCA CEO, Elizabeth Clark, a candidate for regional council here in Waterloo.

They speak to Elizabeth’s campaign priorities which revolve around affordable housing, transit and sustainability.

The interview also goes into regional climate change initiatives, a municipal fracking ban, and the Out of the Cold program closures.

The Daily GRRR! - October 23, 2014

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HEADLINES for October 23 , 2014
1. Canadian Soldiers Targeted At Home After Government Joins War Against ISIS
2. Massive Protests Rock Mexico Over Disappeared Teachers
3. Selenium Contamination Threatening Collapse of Elk Valley Watershed
4. Kinder Morgan To Get a Fishy Intervention
5. Millions Spent by Fracking Industry to Fight Municipal #BanFracking Initiatives
6. Report Shows Targeting of Left Leaning Charities by Harper’s Auditors
7. Tips to Avoid Sexist Political Coverage

Midway Music: The Rebel Spell with I Heard You Singing off their new album “Last Run”

Feature: an interview from regional reporter Brayden McNeill with local YWCA CEO, Elizabeth Clark, a candidate for regional council here in Waterloo. They speak to Elizabeth’s campaign priorities which revolve around affordable housing, transit and sustainability. The interview also goes into regional climate change initiatives and the Out of the Cold program closures.

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS

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Internationa Solidarity News Oct.22nd

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HEADLINES for Oct.22nd, 2014
1. Terrorist Violence in Venezuela linked to drug lord Alvaro Uribe
2. Raise The Rates March a Success
3.
Vigil in Solidarity with Students in Mexico
4. Canadian Bar Association Backs Down Phone Jam Chevron demand an end to attacks on Indigenous peoples in Ecuador

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The Daily GRRR! - Oct. 21, 2014 - “Too Bad It’s Only Tuesday” Edition

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HEADLINES for Oct. 21, 2014
1. Manitoba First Nation evicts Hydro workers over flood damage concerns
2. Missing indigenous actress found dead by friends after police refused to search
3. Lakota hero Lyle Eagle Tail awarded posthumous Carnegie Medal of Honour
4. Venezuela establishes presidential council for protection of indigenous peoples
5. Australian government’s anti-immigration poster goes viral, draws outrage
6. LGBTQ are accepted by 85% of Catholic youth but bishops still won’t welcome them
7. US judges strike down gay marriage bans as some states fight for their bigotry
8. Utah student protesters defy threats of violence to support feminist guest speaker

Midway Music: SONG by ARTIST

Feature: “Against Carceral Feminism” by Victoria Law for Jacobin Mag

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS.

Closing Song: Superheroes by The Monster Show

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police and poverty

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A discussion with greg throrton on policing poverty and other community issues

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The Daily GRRR! - Oct. 20, 2014 - Your “Ugh, Monday Morning” Edition

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HEADLINES for Oct. 20, 2014
1. Quebec refuses to approve TransCanada’s seismic testing on environmental grounds
2. Thousands march through Quebec in protest of TransCanada’s Energy East pipeline
3. Line 9 opponents plan to “Haunt Bay Street” for Halloween demonstration
4. Cargo ship adrift off BC coast underscores concerns debated in Haida leaders’ AGM
5. Government tries to gag eco-conscious birdwatchers with tax laws
6. Hamilton goes “from understanding to solidarity” on the Syrian revolution
7. UW researchers say new LRT could displace the region’s low-income population

Midway Music: All This Costs by The Rebel Spell

Feature: “Emissions Reduction Impossible Without Demilitarizing Foreign Policy” by Tamara Lorincz for The Real News Network

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS.

Closing Song: City of Rain by The Fugitives

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The Daily GRRR! - October 17th, 2014 - Waves Through Walls: Prison Radio Edition

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HEADLINES for October 17th, 2014
1. 5th Annual Vigil for Victims of Police Killings in Montreal
2. Misogynist Douchebags Threaten Mass Shooting At Event With Critic of Sexism in Video Games
3. Kiwi Cops Ransack Indy Journalists Home in “Source” Raid
4. Another Anonymity App Actually Tracks Users
5. Indigenous Islanders Block Worlds Largest Coal Port
6. 150,000 Litre Toxic Release Near Redwater Alberta
7. Secwepemc Warriors Burn Mining Access Bridge

Midway Music: The Rebel Spell with The Tsilhqot’in War off of thier new album Last Run. Check out http://therebelspell.com for info on their continental tour!

Interview from the RedEye radio show/podcast on CFRO 100.5fm in Vancouver looking at the high costs involved with mandatory minimum sentencing policies, and the failure of such policies at reducing related crime.
http://rabble.ca/podcasts/shows/redeye/2014/10/mandatory-minimum-sentenc...

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS

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International Solidarity News October 15th

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HEADLINES for october, 2014
1. Rally and March to save Out Of The Cold!!!!
2. Demand Candidates take a stand in defense of all!!!
3. Survey for social investigation in the needs of the community to create alternatives to the drug problem.
4. Phone Jam British Consulate in Solidarity with Appeal Protest #JFTC2

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Oz Cole-Arnal: Progressive Candidate for Chair of Waterloo Region

An interview from our regional reporter Brayden McNeill, with Oscar Cole-Arnal, an anti-poverty activist and progressive candidate for the position of Regional Chair in the upcoming municipal elections.

Oz’s campaign has four main platform pieces; increasing the availability of affordable housing in the Region, making public transit more accessible and affordable for the neediest, promoting a living-wage in the Waterloo Region, and encouraging community democracy.

For more on Oscar’s campaign check out http://www.allianceagainstpoverty.com/

The Daily GRRR! - October 14th, 2014

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HEADLINES for October 14th, 2014
1. Neonicotinoid Ban Urged in By Ontario Environ Watchdog
2. The Shell Game is Over - Lego Dumps Shell Over Arctic Drilling
3. 1 Year Since Elsipogtog, Resistance Across Turtle Island
4. Suncor Has Been Pulling A “Big Tobacco”
5. Kinder Morgan HQ Has Pipelines Installed, In Front Entrance
6. New Zine on Blockading Worksites
7. #EndCaptivity! #EmptyTheTanks! Closing Day Demo at Marineland
8. Support the Montreal Migrant Justice Documentary Project.

Midway Music: The Rebel Spellwith Last Run

Interview from our regional reporter Brayden McNeill, with Oscar Cole-Arnell, an anti-poverty activist and progressive candidate for the position of Regional Chair in the upcoming municipal elections. For more on Oscar’s campaign check out http://www.allianceagainstpoverty.com/

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS

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The Daily GRRR! - Oct. 13, 2014 - Your “Ugh, Monday Morning” Edition

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HEADLINES for Oct. 13, 2014
1. Bellingham, WA, votes today on changing Columbus Day to Coast Salish Day!
2. National Coming Out Day inspires both celebration and critique
3. Winnipeg family files HR complaint against school mom bullying their trans daughter
4. Montreal police tell women not to take taxis alone to prevent more sexual assaults
5. Pinkwashing reaches new level of hypocrisy with pink drill bits “for the cure”
6. Billions of gallons of oil industry wastewater illegally dumped in CA aquifers
7. Revered bison return to Cherokee Nation for the first time in 40 years
8. #MMIW: No investigation into disappearance of award-winning indigenous actress

Midway Music: Fly by Lorenzo and Wab Kinew

Article: “Ignoring Colonialism Doesn’t Make It Go Away” by Pamela Dungao for Velociriot
Article: “Decolonize the Holidays: An Alternative to Columbus Day and Canadian Thanksgiving” by Rachael Stoeve for Yes! Magazine

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS.

Closing Song: Spring To Come by Digging Roots

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The Daily GRRR! - October 10th, 2014 - Waves Through Walls: Prison Radio

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HEADLINES for October 10th, 2014
1. Northwest Territories RCMP Charged Twice With Contempt In Past Month
2. Vindictive City Targets Municipal Employee Protestors
3. Coroner Rules Lac-Mégantic Disaster Violent and Avoidable
4. Small Victories in Battle Over Line 9
5. Tar Sands Tankers In The Great Lakes and St. Lawrence River
6. Conclusion: End Migrant Detentions and Deportations
7. 7000 Palestinians Held Prisoners By Israel
8. Major #BlockTheBoat Action Announced
9. Mass Graves Found In Region Where Indigenous Students Abducted
10. Moonlighting Cops Profiles, Kills Black Youth

Midway Music: The Rebel Spell with their anti-prison track Fight For The Sun off of thier new album Last Run Check out http://therebelspell.com for info on their upcoming tour!

Interview from the Prison Radio show on 93.3fm, CFRU in Guelph, with Sesa Media and Latanya Grant, cousin of Jermaine Carby; a Black man murdered by a police officer while unarmed in Brampton on September 24th 2014 #JusticeForJermaine

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS

The image is of community guards posted at the school in Ayotzinapa where the abducted student teachers were studying.

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International Solidarity News

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HEADLINES for October 8th, 2014
1. Sison on Hong Kong
2. Demand Candidates take a stand in defense of all!!!
3. Rally and March to save Out Of The Cold!!!!
4. Canadian popular organizations condemn the vile assassination of Robert Serra in Venezuela
5. Protest the Canadian Bar Association's intervention on behalf of Chevron's Dirty Hand
6. Sisters in arms’: Kurdish women fighters ready ‘to send ISIS to hell

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS

Closing Song: Band - "Song"

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The Daily GRRR! - October 7th, 2014

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HEADLINES for October 7th, 2014
1. Imperial Metals Targets Klabona Keepers In Court
2. Another Destructive Piece of Fracking’s MultiThreaded Threat
3. Canada Now King of Deforestation
4. Chipmunks Disrupt Utah Tar Sands Development
5. MTO Reviews Collaboration Policies Following Migrant Raids
6. New Book Explores Boycott, Divestments, and Sanctions Campaign
7. Tuition Once Again Abolished in Germany
8. Support Anarchist Press in Hamilton, Get Great Swag
9. Haudenosaunee Mens Fire Holds 2 Day Highway #MMIWBlockade

Midway Music:A brand new tune off the new live album “Welcome To Chinatown”, here is D.O.A. with War. D.O.A. is on a cross continent tour and will be playing Kitchener Wednesday October 8th at Cork Hall.

Interview from Annie Clair with Miriam Saunders, the mother of the murdered pregnant indigenous woman and graduate student Loretta Saunders.
http://halifax.mediacoop.ca/audio/missing-mourned-missing-and-murdered-a...

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and http://soundfm.ca on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS

Closing Piece: D.O.A.- This Machine Kills Fascists

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