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#795 Lucy and Linda’s Law
A Supreme Court decision that hasn't gotten much attention in Canada. And the National Post is calling for an end to the bullying of reporters, meanwhile its own columnists are attacking their own. Jan Wong co-hosts.

A Supreme Court decision that hasn’t gotten much attention in Canada. And the National Post is calling for an end to the bullying of reporters, meanwhile its own columnists are attacking their own. Jan Wong co-hosts.

Links:

  • Globe and Mail Opinion piece by Elizabeth Sheehy
  • Globe and Mail Opinion piece by Frank Addario and Matthew Gourlay
  • Globe and Mail obituary of Irving Abella
  • National Post piece from the Editor in Chief

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