Radio Noon - Manitoba | Sep 4, 2013 | 7:52

Students Support Cavers with Website

Fighting back!! Some university students who were on a farm when it was raided by health inspectors last week have launched a website, complete with footage of the raid called therealfoodfight.ca. I spoke with Jon Ventura and Julia Laforge.

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