The latest Rebel Time Radio podcast is now available, here is what you can look for: "An informative show, filled with the usual musical interventions! Today's podcast features two special guests, Caroline from the Toronto I.W.W. and Nick, drummer of UK ska punks SPANNER! Situation Critical!"

Right Click, then "Save As" to download, or click to stream!

Solidarity is a weapon! Callout for contribution to bail fund for Kostas Sakkas

From the Rebel Time Records ...

This is a 'by donation' download, proceeds go the bail fund for Kostas Sakkas.

Hey folks, the following info about Kostas is from the folks at Pumpkin Records:

United Against Marineland - Voices Against Captivity!

On May 18th, 2013, the largest animal rights demonstration in canada since '84 took place at marineland in ontario. Here are interviews w/ organisers + participants + music!

AW@L Radio - Smash the State Report: Apr. 19, 2013

A statement on Solidarity against police repression in Montreal leads into some hatin' on maggie, canadian gold miners, and rape culture. Also note No Sochi! @aTribeCalledRed #opThunderbird + more!

GRIS March 2013 Newsletter


In this newsletter:

Intro and general updates!

Upcoming Events and Actions

The Daily GRRR! - February 28, 2013 - (Im)migrant & Labour Justice Edition

listen to the Daily GRRR!: 

The Daily GRRR!
HEADLINES for Feb. 28th, 2013
1. Montreal police charge and disperse students, as Struggle Continues
2. Angry teachers take to social media to blast union over extracurricular activities
3. Teachers join forces to protest labour relations board application
4. Janitors and Community Allies Strike at Target!
5. Cambodian Workers Camp Out, Hunger Strike Against Walmart and H&M
6. A dozen advocates for migrant farm workers protest outside of Simcoe Constituency Office
7. Open letter to MPs: For the safety and health of women, Canada needs a National Housing Strategy

Midway Music: Obrint Pas - "Caça De Bruixes"

1st Feature Audio: "Why are Unionization Rates at Historic Low?" by The Real News Network

2nd Feature Audio: "Challenging wage theft with direct action: An interview with Alex Diceanu"

The Daily GRRR! is on weekdays from 9-10am on 100.3fm CKMS in

Waterloo, Ontario, and on the web.

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective and

is supported by WPIRG, LSPIRG, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.


AW@L Radio: I'm the Other Kind - A Discussion with Ward Churchill

A talk w/ Indigenous scholar + international troublemaker Ward Churchill on subversive thought, state repression, indigenous resistance, non-native solidarity, , lists, DoT, + more.

AW@L Radio: David Cedeño and his Support Committee speak on Racism and Neglect in Jail

Interview undertaken by the Support Committee for David Cedeño on February 5th 2013 with David Cedeño and an interview with committee member al.

AW@L Radio - Idle No More Day of Action Jan 11.

We (Aaron Lakoff) introduces INM resistance, dispute mainstream media bullshit and misrepresentation, give space to Chief Wallace Fox, report on prisoner solidarity actions + support from palestine

Giant Two Row March in St. Catharines - Feb 2nd #2row

Saturday, February 2, 2013 - 06:00

from the Niagara Two Row Coalition!

Join us on Saturday February 2nd at 11am for a Giant Two Row march through the downtown of St. Catharines!

facebook page:

2013 is the 400th anniversary of the "Two Row Wampum Belt" - the Gushwenta - and represents the oldest living treaty between Haudenosaunee folks and settlers. It is the foundation for a relationship of peace, respect, and friendship as well as non-interference. We hope to educate settlers in the area about the Two Row and celebrate a relationship based upon honouring treaties.

For more background on the Two Row Wampum

This event is a coalition event with organizers from each row. If you would like to endorse the event, or get involved in organizing - please have a good heart and a good mind and message admins!

The Daily GRRR! - Jan 2, 2013 - Immigrant & Labour Justice Edition

listen to the Daily GRRR!: 

The Daily GRRR!
HEADLINES for Jan 2nd, 2012
1. Weyburn Wal-Mart wins appeal to count union decertification votes
2. Ontario reaches tentative deal with union representing
3. Labour shows their solidarity with Idle No More
4. North American Anarchist Studies Network - Live Stream Event
5. Extended Headline: Canada's controversial 2012 changes to immigration and refugee system
6. Woody Guthrie's "New Years Rulin's"

Midway Music: Woody Guthrie - "Better World A-Comin'"

Article: "Hope springs eternal: A New Year's worker's message" by "Dave Bleakney" from ""

The Daily GRRR! is on at 9am on 100.3fm CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario. on the web.
The Daily GRRR! is a Project of the Grand River Media Collective and is supported by LSPIRG, WPIRG, and the Community Radio Fund of Canada.


GRIS Newsletter #3

Hello and happy holidays!

Here is Grand River Indigenous Solidarity's third installment of its
newsletter project, to help keep you informed about local and national
events related to anti-colonial activism, decolonization, and justice
for indigenous peoples in canada.

December Newsletter #2 Headlines:*
News and Updates

1. Bill C-45, Hunger Strike & /Idle No More/ Movement

Solidarty Against Austerity - Alex Hundert Reads his Article from The Peak, from Jail

Alex Hundert is a communty organiser, land defending activist currently serving the remains of a 20 month prison sentence for his role in building a resistance to the 2010 G20 summit in toronto and his work highlighting the colonial oppression and capitalist exploitation directing the canadian state experiment

The piece this audio was created from Solidarity against Austerity was written for the Sept 2012 edition on The Peak magazine from Guelph which focused on the Quebec Student Strike. This piece looks into the common ground all youth, whether in jail or in school, have in resisting austerity and what the common impacts of this economic disaster will be.

GRIS Newsletter #2 - Dec 04 2012

GRIS Newsletter #2
In this one:

News and Updates:

1. Grassy Narrows Blockade: 10th Anniversary --

* interviews with Judy da Silva, Leah Henderson, and Gary Sault,
* stories from Toronto and Kenora,
* a reflective essay on the blockade
* a retrospective slideshow with photos from Grassy Narrows and the blockade

2. The Struggle Against Pipelines and the Tar Sands

Oshkimaadziig: An Anishinabek Awareness Encampment for Peace and Unity

In an effort to bring awareness, and build an understanding towards true peace and unity on Turtle Island, several Anishnabek men have established an open-invite encampment in Awenda Park.

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