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A feature interview with a journalist or media figure, a story, the occasional documentary.
Every second Tuesday — COMMONS
A deep-dive politics show.
Every other Tuesday — OPPO
Politics. Jen Gerson vs. Sandy Garossino
Thursdays — Short Cuts
Chat format. Two hosts comment on the week’s media coverage.
Third Wednesday of each month — Wag the Doug
A monthly podcast about Doug Ford.
Website — We don’t have a set publishing schedule, but here are some stories we broke.
Host, Thunder Bay
Co-Host, Wag the Doug
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