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The Scope News - March 12, 2018

13 March 2018 / by The Scope News (author)
A group of activists led by indigenous youths set up a protest camp outside Toronto's Old City Hall to call for justice after the cases of Colten Boushie and Tina Fontaine.  (photo: Axile Gerona)
A group of activists led by indigenous youths set up a protest camp outside Toronto's Old City Hall to call for justice after the cases of Colten Boushie and Tina Fontaine. / (photo: Axile Gerona)

This week on The Scope News: A group of youth-led activists set up a protest camp outside Toronto's Old City Hall, calling for justice after the cases of Tina Fontaine and Colten Boushie.  And, as the city launches a series panel discussions around the planning phase of it’s 20-year poverty reduction strategy, the topic food insecurity will be central. We revisit out interview with Darcy Higgins or Building Roots -- a community agency working alongside the city to expand the access to healthy and affordable food. Plus we've got some quick community headlines. 


Aired March 12, 2018
Produced by Emily Joveski, Axile Gerona, Munir Nadim, Sanjeev Wignarajah.

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