July 21, 2022
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Our changing perception of the Nova Scotia mass shooter's partner Lisa Banfield. And thwarting the apocalypse through journalism. Sarah Lawrynuik co-hosts. 
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Our changing perception of the Nova Scotia mass shooter’s partner Lisa Banfield. And thwarting the apocalypse through journalism. Sarah Lawrynuik co-hosts. 

Links:

  • Halifax Examiner piece re: The witchification of Lisa Banfield
  • Globe and Mail Opinion piece re: Lisa Banfield
  • CBC piece re: European heat wave
  • J Source article by Sarah on reporting on extreme weather

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