Off the Hour / Mar. 31, 5-6pm / Groundwire: Students, Migrants, Workers protests

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Tune in to Off the Hour, your community news show on CKUT, for all the best in news from Montreal and beyond!

Featured on today’s show:

First up, we bring you the latest edition of GroundWire, community radio news from coast to coast. Today’s edition was produced on Anishinaabe territory in Thunder Bay by Carly Forbes at CILU and co-hosted by Jayal Chung.

Then on today’s program, Jean Pierre Maweja interviews Lorraine Donald, a member of the women’s collective of the Temporal Agency Workers Association (TAWA). They discuss plans to participate in the anti-austerity demonstration Thursday, April 2nd. The interview is in French.

Finally James Oscar from the CKUT News Collective has met the lawyer Marie-Helene Dube to talk about life for black people in Quebec before and after the Charter of Values.

For more info, or to get involved, contact news@ckut.ca