November 5, 2020
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#284 There Is No Going Back To Normal
We may not know yet who won the U.S. election, but the results aren't reassuring. At least some of the Canadian coverage was soothing. And Prime Minister Trudeau takes a stance on free speech — but only in French.
Jesse Brown
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Tiffany Lam
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Cait MacIntosh
Producer
Andréa Schmidt
Managing Editor, Podcasts

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