August 16, 2023
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#57 Greenbelt: The Movie
Allison and Jonathan look at the ways the Greenbelt story could be told on screen and who’d be best suited to star in it.
Allison Smith
Co-host, Wag the Doug
Jonathan Goldsbie
News Editor
Kattie Laur
Producer

Ontario’s Auditor General has confirmed what we suspected: that Doug Ford’s government effectively redrew the map of the province, opening up thousands of acres of land for development, based largely on solicitations made at a party. It just wasn’t the party we thought.

 

Either way, it could make for an entertaining movie.

 

Hosts: Allison Smith and Jonathan Goldsbie

Credits: Kattie Laur (Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor), Nathan Burley (Music)

 

Sponsors: Douglas, Apollo Cinema, Bytowne Cinema, Fox Theatre

 

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