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#781 Pierre World Order
The many, many opinion pieces on why Pierre Poilievre shouldn't fire the head of the Bank of Canada. And why some Canadians insist on bragging about how we're better than America while ignoring the hate being brewed here. Ryan Thorpe co-hosts.
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The many, many opinion pieces on why Pierre Poilievre shouldn’t fire the head of the Bank of Canada. And why some Canadians insist on bragging about how we’re better than America while ignoring the hate being brewed here. Ryan Thorpe co-hosts.

Links:

  • Campbell Clark Globe and Mail Opinion piece re: WEF conspiracy
  • Andrew Coyne Globe and Mail Opinion piece re: Pierre Poilievre
  • Halifax Examiner piece re: Portapique mass shooting
  • Fox News piece re: Jordan Peterson departing Twitter
  • Blog TO piece re: Simu Liu’s Juno speech
  • Bashir Mohamed Tweet re: Vancouver Sun replacement theory

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