Media Mornings: Fri, Sept 21

On this edition of Media Mornings on Vancouver Co-op Radio 100.5FM:

Quebec student protests raged since last winter (Photo: Kingston Whig-Standard)
Quebec student protests raged since last winter (Photo: Kingston Whig-Standard)
  • Interview with Media Mornings’ Quebec correspondent Ethan Cox on the Parti Quebecois’ cancellation of tuition hikes and repeal of anti-protest laws.
  • Interview with Karl Nerenberg, rabble.ca & Media Mornings Parliament Hill correspondent on the new session in Ottawa — the new, second omnibus budget omnibus implementation bill.

Today’s News Headlines

  • ANTI-ISLAM FILM PROTESTS: Two have been killed by police in Pakistan in protests near US embassy after anti-Muhammad US film sparked worldwide outrage.
  • AUTO UNION DEAL: A tentative deal has been reached between the Canadian Auto Workers union and Ford Motors, putting pressure on Chrysler group to sign a similar deal, after threats of strike action.
  • SEX WORKERS AT SUPREME COURT: The Supreme Court of Canada is ruling today on whether public interest standing can be accessed by Downtown Eastside sex worker advocates in a constitutional challenge.
  • QUEBEC STUDENT VICTORY: Victory for Quebec students as Parti Quebecois Premier Pauline Marois repeals tuition hikes and anti-protest laws.
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