August 1, 2018
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Wag the Doug
#1 Dark, Dirty and Disruptive
Welcome to Wag the Doug, a pop-up podcast about Doug Ford.

Queen’s Park Today publisher Allison Smith follows every move Doug Ford makes. CANADALAND news editor Jonathan Goldsbie covered him for years as a City Hall reporter. They’re here to make sense of the chaos of the new Ford era.

We will keep making this podcast if you want to hear it. So if you want episode 2, tell us! More importantly, tell other people to listen.

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