The Daily GRRR! – Nov. 24, 2014 – Your “Ugh, Monday Morning” Edition

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Welcome back to SoundFM! You are now listening to The Daily GRRR! live on the airwaves at 100.3fm, CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, and SoundFM.ca on the web. This is Kathryn and I’ll be your host on this Monday morning show for November 24, 2014.

As always, we are broadcasting from the heart of the Haldimand Tract, the occupied Grand River Territory of the Six Nations, which we continue to recognize as Haudenosaunee land.

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GRMC Indy Media School 2014 (day 2)

When: Sunday, December 7 2014
10 am to approximately 4 pm (may be earlier)

Where: Critical Media Lab – 44 Gaukel St, Kitchener ON

Join the Grand River Media collective for two days of workshops about creating and critically engaging with independent media. Topics to be explored include: video editing, respectful and anti-oppressive interview techniques, connecting independent arts and media communities, promotion tactics, connecting native and non-native media communities, and web research techniques for independent journalists. These workshops are designed for people involved with or interested in getting involved with independent media, whether in print, over the radio, or through video. They …read more

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The Daily GRRR! – November 21st, 2014 – Waves Through Walls: Prison Radio

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Welcome, I am your host Dan Kellar and you are listening to The Daily GRRR! Waves Through Walls: Prison Radio, on 100.3fm, CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario. Soundfm.ca on the web, today is Friday November 21st, 2014.

We are broadcasting from the centre of the Haldimand Tract, the occupied Grand River Territory of the Haudenosaunee (Six Nations).

The Daily GRRR! is a project of the Grand River Media Collective; and is supported by the Community Radio Fund of Canada and CKMS.

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Changing Times – The Daily Grrr for November 20, 2014

Welcome, I am your host Trish Holmes and you are listening to The Daily GRRR! on 100.3fm, CKMS in Waterloo, Ontario, soundfm.ca on the web, today is November 20, 2014. That was Hall and Oates from 1977 with Rich Girl which is all about the disconnect between wealth and responsibility.

The first piece I want to examine today harkens back to the topic a few weeks ago about policing strategies. Last week it was reported in the Waterloo Chronicle that Waterloo regional police are forking out $600 …read more

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Living Wage Waterloo Region Launches Living Wage Employer Recognition Program

The Living wage Movement Grows in Waterloo Region

Brayden McNeill, Grand River Media Collective

Living Wage Waterloo Region (LWWR) launched its Employer Recognition Program on Tuesday November 4th, commending ten local companies for their progressive wage schemes. LWWR is a local initiative to calculate a living wage for our region and to lobby employers to adapt their pay scales accordingly.

The living wage for our region of $16 per hour was determined with the help of the Canadian Center for Policy Alternatives. It’s based on the needs of a typical family of four, with two parents …read more

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episode 100 agriculture show nov 18 2014

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For the 100th episode, the first guests on the show were re-invited. This picture is from a WFA board meeting also showing our President Ken Hunsberger. Gord was stuck in snow at home so this picture is OK.

We talked about the issues from 3 years ago and where they were now. Played a couple “chicken” songs on Marks behalf and Gord had a couple Mose Allison tunes for his pre-recorded section of the show.

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So Old It’s New set list for Monday, Nov. 17, 2014

1. Link Wray & The Wraymen, Big City After Dark
2. Commander Cody And His Lost Planet Airmen, Beat Me Daddy Eight To The Bar
3. Peter Gabriel featuring Youssou N’Dour, Shaking The Tree
4. Little Feat, Down The Road
5. Lynyryd Skynyrd, Every Mother’s Son
6. Bob Dylan, Love Minus Zero/No Limit
7. AC/DC, Boogie Man
8. Deep Purple, Razzle Dazzle
9. David Bowie, All The Madmen
10. Bad Company, Evil Wind
11. Joe Jackson, The Evil Eye
12. Pete Townshend, Now And Then
13. Love, A House Is Not A Motel
14. Boz Scaggs with Booker T. & The MGs, As The Years Go Passing By
15. Mark Knopfler, The Long Road
16. Eric Clapton, Driftin’ Blues (live from E.C. Was Here album)
17. Santana, Stormy
18. Fleetwood Mac, Doctor Brown
19. Herbie Hancock featuring Joni Mitchell, River (live)
20. John Coltrane, My Favorite Things
21. Black Sabbath, Too Late
22. Bukka White, Shake ‘Em On Down
23. Chicken Shack, San-Ho-Zay
24. Metallica, Better Than You seguing into next show/my old show programmed Sonic Attack by Hawkwind.