Take back the night is an annual gathering for those who want to do just that, take it back and create safer spaces for people at night. This year the speakers include Raven Bellecourte and Mae Louise Campbell followed by a march through Winnipeg's North End
This Civic affairs panel took place during pass the mike, where the usual moderator asks a community member to ask their own questions. Michael Welch Passed the mic to Bernice Pontanilla who spoke to Colin Fast, Louise May, and Trevor Greyeyes. They get into the Mayoral race, and Brown Water.
Michael Welch passes the mic to Local anti fashion extraordinaire Kristin Andrews, who brings in her very own guest Ed Ackerman
This Audio file is By Crystal Green. Green appeared on People of Interest and brought this audio she compiled at the Energy East pipeline community information session in Kenora Ontario.
live in studio are Mary Robinson (Council of Canadians Winnipeg Chapter) and Dennis LeNeveu (retired employee with Atomic Energy Canada) speaking about fracking and what the council of Canadians are doing about it.
It has been 50 whole years since CKUW climbed its way from the ranks of an on campus station. Today CKUW is broadcast across the city on 95.9fm. The Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba congratulated the station by inviting select staff and volunteers who made the milestone possible to the government house on September 5th.
Big Falls is part of a long river system located in North West Ontario. Not only is the area beautiful, but it has historical and spiritual significance to the people of Trout Lake. Karren Dannenmann is up against the Province and Horizon Hydro who have plans to build a damn straight through the falls