#149 Canadaland At The Movies
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#149 Canadaland At The Movies
Last winter, Canadaland invited journalists to The Revue Cinema in Toronto to discuss the films that made them want to become journalists.
September 5, 2016

Deadline USA taught Michael Enright how to tie his infamous bowtie. Shattered Glass terrified Robyn Doolittle when she was still in J-school and taught her about the slippery slope of journalistic ethics. Special appearance by Jeet Heer, editor at The New Republic.

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