November 9, 2022
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#831 Never Gonna Give (Twitter) Up
Unpacking the changes at Twitter and how chaos is Elon Musk's product. And what would it take for Canadians to change their mind on the use of the Emergencies Act? Douglas Soltys co-hosts.  
Jesse Brown
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Aviva Lessard
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Host:  Jesse Brown

Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio and Technical Producer), André Proulx (Production Coordinator)

Guest: Douglas Soltys

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