April 2, 2018
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#225 Satirical News Site Fast-Tracks Reconciliation, Everything Fine Now
Tim Fontaine "set fire" to his journalism career last December, when he launched Walking Eagle News.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Kevin Sexton
Producer

After 20 years of covering tragedy and injustice for CBC and APTN, Tim is turning his attention to criticizing and creating the news—as opposed to reporting it. He’s written about everything from Justin Trudeau and the Liberal government’s poor attempts at reconciling relations with Indigenous peoples, to rez dogs on the verge of forming single consciousness.

Tim joins Jesse from Winnipeg

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