April 14, 2022
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#771 Greasy Alberta
Welcome to AlbertaLand, where it's cold and greasy. And how the media is bored with the sixth wave. Dani Paradis co-hosts. 
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Kieran Oudshoorn
Managing Editor, Podcasts
Danielle Paradis

Welcome to AlbertaLand, where it’s cold and greasy. And how the media is bored with the sixth wave. Dani Paradis co-hosts.

Links:

  • Canadian Press article re: Jonathan Denis
  • CBC article re: Jason Kenney
  • CANADALAND article re: Diana Davison
  • Robson Fletcher tweet re: National Post NFTs – see the NFTs for yourself!
  • CANADALANDBACK
  • Toronto Star article re: Paxlovid rollout

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