October 22, 2015
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#40 Munk Debate/Trudeau’s Hard Knock Life
Robert Jago of Some Random Political Blog and Simren Sandhu of The True North Times tackle the Munk Debate and Jon Kay's profile of Justin Trudeau.

Robert Jago of Some Random Political Blog and Simren Sandhu of The True North Times tackle the Munk Debate and Jon Kay’s profile of Justin Trudeau.

8:15 The Munk Debate video feed

15:05 – Hubert Lacroix’s response to Harper’s assertation that the CBC’s problems are a result of its low ratings rather than budget cuts.

16:44 – Jon Kay’s Walrus piece, “The Justin Trudeau I Can’t Forget”

19:40 – Ezra Levant’s take on Kay’s piece & Kay’s response.

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