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The Scope News - October 17, 2016

02 November 2016 / by The Scope News (author)
Part of the Dakota Access Pipeline in New Salem, North Dakota.  (photo: Tony Webster via Flickr (CC) )
Part of the Dakota Access Pipeline in New Salem, North Dakota. / (photo: Tony Webster via Flickr (CC) )

This week we talked to free expression activists who are asking what anti-terrorism legislation means for Canadian civil liberties. And Colombian activists in Toronto are calling on the government to continue the peace agreement with rebel groups in a 50-year-long civil war that has killed an estimated 220,000 people. Plus, a feature by Gunargie O'Sullivan, from Co-op Radio in Vancouver on the protests in Standing Rock, North Dakota who are trying to stop the Dakota Access Pipeline.

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Produced by: Abby Plener, Rosemond Quarty, Mick Sweetman, Myles Marcus, Esther Lee, Gunargie O'Sullivan.

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