August 20, 2020
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#273 – Anti-Rebel, Prorogue
Prime Minister Trudeau just needs a quick reset. And Postmedia stands in solidarity with Rebel News. Former CAJ President and Ryerson journalism professor Karyn Pugliese co-hosts.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Tiffany Lam
Producer
Andréa Schmidt
Managing Editor, Podcasts

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CLARIFICATION (September 11, 2020, at 2:14 p.m. EDT): In criticizing The Rebel’s Keean Bexte in this episode, Jesse said that on “the rare occasion where he actually gets to ask a question, it’s never actually a question.” This was an overstatement, as Keean Bexte has indeed asked actual questions.

Jesse’s subsequent comments in the segment were not in reference to Keean Bexte.

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