[IMC-Audio] (AUG 20) Weekly Headlines from CKUT's Community News Collective
CKUT Community News Collective
news at ckut.ca
Wed Aug 20 12:45:02 PDT 2008
A *weekly* initiative from CKUT Radio in Montreal.
This week's headlines of grassroots news from across Canada and beyond,
produced by CKUT's Community News Collective.
HEADLINES: August the 20th
-The Canadian Medical Association criticized Federal Health Minister
Tony Clement on Monday after he questioned the ethics of doctors who
support supervised injection sites for people addicted to drugs.
-The Canada Border Service Agency has served a deportation order to
Jeremy Hinzman and his wife, son and baby daughter.
-In the aftermath of the riots surrounding Freyd Villanueva's death at
the hands of a Montreal police officer in Montreal North, there has been
a surge in the number of patrol officers and investigators assigned to
two neighborhood police stations.
-In a letter posted on the internet last week, the Taliban said that
Canadians must retreat from Afghanistan or face more attacks like the
one that killed two Canadian aid workers in Logar province last week.
-Pakistani President Pervez Musharraf announced Monday that he will resign.
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