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The CJLO news team brings you the hottest stories in the city! Catch the latest news segments and articles here or view the complete list.


What Americans Spend Their Money On

When looking at the budget fights the Americans are currently embroiled in, it's important to ignore the spin from both sides and remember what it is they actually spend their money on. If ever there was a case to be made that the Military Industrial Complex has taken over and has far too much influence on American policy both foreign and domestic, it's contained in the numbers below which were put together by the non-partisan National Priorities Project.


November 17th, 2010

Read by Sarah Deshaies

Joel Balsam Reporting

Produced by Nikita Smith

Stories by Erica Fisher, Sarah Deshaies, Joel Balsam


November 15th 2010

Read and produced by Gareth Sloan

Stories by Chris Hanna, Sarah Fangarry, Michael Lemieux and Marcin Wisniewski


News: November 10th, 2010

Read by Sarah Deshaies

Produced by Nikita Smith

Stories by Gareth Sloan, Erica Fisher, Sarah Deshaies


CJLO News November 8th 2010

News read and produced by Drew Pascoe

Stories by Chris Hanna, Marcin Wisniewski, Michael Lemieux, Sarah Elfangary


November 5th 2010

Read and produced by Gareth Sloan

Stories by Michael Moore,Jaqueline Di Bartolomeo and Samah Fadil


November 3rd 2010

Read by Sarah Deshaies

Produced by Nikita Smith

Stories By Joel Balsam, Gareth Sloan, and Sarah Deshaies


CJLO News November 1st 2010

News read by Drew Pascoe

News Produced by Drew Pascoe and Melissa Mulligan

 

Stories by Marcin Wisniewski, Michael Lemieux, and Chris Hanna


October 29th 2010

Read and produced by Gareth Sloan

Written by Alan Gotcherian, Samah Fadil and Michael Moore


CJLO News: October 27th 2010

Student groups are protesting as Concordia plans to resign its exclusive beverage contract with PepsiCo Friday. This is according to Sustainable Concordia and the Concordia Student Union. The protest will take place at one-thirty Wednesday outside of the John Molson building.The alleged contract will continue to give Pepsi exclusive rights over selling drinks on campus. Pepsi has been Concordia’s only drink supplier for the past thirteen years.

 


October 27th 2010

Read by Gareth Sloan

Produced by Nikita Smith

Stories by Joel Balsam, Sarah Deshaies and Gareth Sloan


CJLO News October 25th 2010

 

Omar Khadr has pled guilty to war crimes charges at Guantanamo Bay Monday. This means he admits to throwing the grenade that killed a U.S. medic in Afghanistan in 2002. By pleading guilty, he is also avoiding a possible life-sentence. His plea agreement has not yet been disclosed. It is known that he will be able to transfer to a Canadian prison within one year. 


CJLO News for October 25th 2010

News read and produced by Drew Pascoe

Stories by Chris Hanna, Sarah Fengary, Marcin Wisniewski.


WikiLeaks!

The much awaited dump of some 390,000 documents relating to the Iraq war has finally taken place and not surprisingly a grim picture emerges from this war of choice that the US and their "coalition of the willing" took part in.


October 22nd 2010

Read by Brittany Leborne

Produced by Gareth Sloan

Stories by Samah Fadil, Jacqueline Di Bartolome and Alina Gotcherian


October 20th 2010

Read by Gareth Sloan

Produced by Nikita Smith

Stories by Sarah Deshaies, Joel Balsam and Gareth Sloan


CJLO News October 18th 2010

News read and produced by Drew Pascoe

Storries written by Erica Fisher, Marcin Wisniewski, and Chris Hanna


October 15th 2010

Read and Produced by Gareth Sloan

Stories by Jacqueline Di Bartolomeo, Mike Moore, Erica Fisher


Environment News Story Links

Hey there and thanks for dropping by. Wanted to make sure I got the news links for today's show posted before midnight.

Canada gets one half-right as BPA Bisphenol A is declared toxic but not banned from use. This in spite of studies that show ...the plastic causes “adverse effects on animals” exposed at low doses, including biochemical changes in the central nervous system, effects on the immune system and enhanced susceptibility to breast cancer.


CJLO News October 8th 2010

News read and produced by Drew Pascoe.

 

Stories submitted by Samah Fadil, Mike Moore, and Jacqueline Di Bartolomeo


News: Monday, October 4, 2010

 

A man accused of making death threats on Facebook will attend a bail hearing on Monday. David Abitbol was arrested early Saturday morning at his home in the north end of Montreal. The 28 year old suspect used the alias “David Darkiller” on the social network. His profile featured pictures of automatic weapons and the quote "Death is the only solution."


CJLO News for October 4th 2010

News read and produced by Drew Pascoe

 

Stories written by Chris Hanna, Emily Brass, and Sarah El Fangary


CJLO News September 20th 2010

Read and produced by Gareth Sloan.

Stories written by Chris Hanna, Emily Brass, and Marcin Wisniewski


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