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#810 Updates On Nuclear Waste, A Bond Villain, And Starbucks Unions
After we turn off our microphones, here at CANADALAND, the story keeps going. Here are updates on three stories we told you over the last year and a half.
After we turn off our microphones, here at CANADALAND, it would be great to think we brought you the definitive version of the story. But what actually happens is that life keeps on rolling and stories continue to add new chapters. Three stories CANADALAND originally brought you in 2021 and 2022 demanded that we publish an update.
First, the latest from the two communities that might soon be home to all of Canada’s high-grade nuclear waste. Second, we check in on Ari Ben-Menashe and what the international lobbyist-for-hire has been up to since he began repping Myanmar’s military junta in 2021. And lastly, we bring you an update on Starbucks’ unionization that is more of a mea culpa than a new development but adds to the story we originally told you all the same.

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