Sep 25—Link to the Sunshine Coast; Warrior Up! swim Burrard Inlet; Disability Rights in Canada; #Oyatzinapa One Year Later

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Paul Caune (above) demands human rights for all.

Media Mornings » »

  • Today’s top news headlines: from local to global current affairs — radio news roundup you won’t hear anywhere else.
  • Interview with Blogger Odvin Vedoe on building a permanent link to the Sunshine Coast, what it means to the economy, the culture, and the community’s vision for its future.
  • Interview with Paul Caune (@CivilRightsNow) who is urging government leaders and the public to support a new non-partisan campaign to introduce federal legislation to ensure accessibility, inclusion and equal opportunity for Canadians with disabilities.
  • Interview with Keely Weget-Whitney on her planned swim across the Burrard Inlet to Warrior Up! in solidarity with the Tsleil-Waututh’s fight against Kinder Morgan pipeline and tanker project. And we preview the Salish Sea Gathering Sunday, Sept 27
  • Interview with Daniel Mendoza and Ingrid Figueroa Manelik previewing Saturday’s Rally For Ayotzinapa: One Year Later #OYATZINAPA
  • Music from Kimmortal, Christie Lee Charles, Buckman Coe, and Locarno.

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