COMMONS
COMMONS returns!
  Meet the new hosts of CANADALAND COMMONS: Hadiya Roderique, Ashley Csanady, and Ryan McMahon. New episode available Tuesday February 21 and every two weeks thereafter. You can find out more about our exclusive sponsor, Wealthsimple here. Follow the show on Twitter.
February 13, 2017

 

Meet the new hosts of CANADALAND COMMONS: Hadiya Roderique, Ashley Csanady, and Ryan McMahon. New episode available Tuesday February 21 and every two weeks thereafter.

You can find out more about our exclusive sponsor, Wealthsimple here.

Follow the show on Twitter.

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