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#819 Shocking Revelations On The Saskatchewan Stabbings
There have been major developments in the Saskatchewan stabbing story, but most journalists have moved on - except for Global reporter Ashleigh Stewart. And why do reporters try to elicit emotional responses from victims of natural disasters? Ashleigh Stewart co-hosts. 
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There have been major developments in the Saskatchewan stabbing story, but most journalists have moved on – except for Global reporter Ashleigh Stewart. And why do reporters try to elicit emotional responses from victims of natural disasters? Ashleigh Stewart co-hosts.

Links:

  • Global News Exclusive re: Saskatchewan stabbing
  • Global News piece re: Ukraine’s liberated eastern villages
  • Interview on CBC’s The Current re: Hurricane Fiona

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