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LTN – 2015 Year in Review with Greg Deal

Gregg Deal joins LTNs final show of 2015. Crystal Shawanda is our featured musical artist. We catch up on some of the year’s events, tackle some history and stand strong on some of the...

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Wolverine calls for Inquiry into Gustafsen Lake Standoff

UNCEDED SECWEPEMC TERRITORY – On December 30th of 2015, Secwepemc Elder Wolverine (also known as William Jones Ignace) sent an open letter to Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau calling for a national public inquiry into...

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LTN – The Kayenere:kowa in the Modern Context

With Matt Hill, John Kane and Paul Delaronde On this weeks episode John commemorates the anniversaries of two of the worst atrocities committed against Indigenous peoples in the US and talks about the development...

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Pipeline “Sabotage” and Trudeau’s Aboriginal Policy

By Dru Oja Three times in the last month, activists have shut down Enbridge pipelines carrying tar sands bitumen. The main target has been Line 9, a long-existing pipeline that began flowing west to east in November....

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All Cannabis Use is Medicinal – Even if the user misidentified it as ‘recreational’

By Daniel Macris, founder and CEO of Halcyon Organics. The medical cannabis movement is sweeping through the nation with such momentum that even conservative legislators are evolving to see the benefits. All cannabis use appears...

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Pot could be ‘exit drug’ for people with opioid addictions: study

CTV Vancouver Published Thursday, November 17, Everyone has heard marijuana described as a “gateway drug” to harder substances, but a new study suggests it could actually help people overcome serious addictions. A team from...

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Premier Clark’s claim pot laced with fentanyl not true, say police

By Mike Laanela,  November 18, 2016 Clark’s office says premier simply repeating info learned from VPD, RCMP, media and other emergency responders It’s a claim that’s been repeated so often — and now  all...

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Medical experts urge Canada to declare public emergency over opioid crisis

y Kirsty Kirkup, The Canadian Press Nov 18, 2016 7:48 AM Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott says root causes of overdose deaths must be examined Members of the medical community and front-line soldiers in Canada’s...

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A New, Unexpected Reason to Celebrate Legalizing Pot

By Julia Lurie Mother Jones Nov. 17, 2016 Marijuana’s big win in the election could have some surprising side effects. Although President-elect Donald Trump took the spotlight last Tuesday night, the election was also...

Health Canada Reports Increasing Use of Cannabis and Cannabis Vaporization 0

Health Canada Reports Increasing Use of Cannabis and Cannabis Vaporization

November 17, 2016 by CMCC On November 9th, Health Canada released a report with its most recent data on tobacco, alcohol and drug use. The report compared the incidence of use of these materials...