February 7, 2019
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#199 The Sun Never Sets On The Netflix Empire
Is Netflix threatening Canadian culture through neo-imperialism? Never mind the copyright infringement, was the Conservative Party's Heritage Minute any good? And did the new Indigenous Languages Act accomplish anything? 
David Crosbie
Senior Producer

Jesse Wente guest hosts, Garvia Bailey co-hosts.

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