October 17, 2019
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#234 The CBC’s Very Dumb Lawsuit
The CBC sues the Conservative Party of Canada for copying them! Plus, Toronto journalists and writers push back on the kind of space public libraries should be. 
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
David Crosbie
Senior Producer
Tiffany Lam
Producer

Wikimedia Chief of Staff Ryan Merkley co-hosts.

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