June 13, 2018
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#171 A He Said That She Said Story
Why is no one in Canada reporting on that Justin Trudeau groping allegation? How does The Globe & Mail go from publishing one of the most important pieces of journalism about sexual assault in recent years to publishing an alleged sexual assailant's version of events? And what can we learn from the New York Magazine profile of everyone's favourite hipster Ponzi scheme, VICE?
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
David Crosbie
Senior Producer

Danielle Paradis co-hosts.

Listen to Desmond Cole’s segment on Josephine Pelletier.

Read New York Magazine’s VICE profile.

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