October 9, 2015
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#41 Ugliest Election
It's been a gross week in Canadian politics. CANADALAND editor Jane Lytvynenko discusses citizenship revocation, the "barbaric cultural practices" hotline, the ongoing Niqab controversy (the everlasting gobstopper of #exln42), and whether the media has the power to shape the election.

It’s been a gross week in Canadian politics. CANADALAND editor Jane Lytvynenko discusses citizenship revocation, the “barbaric cultural practices” hotline, the ongoing Niqab controversy (the everlasting gobstopper of #exln42), and whether the media has the power to shape the election.

Jane Lytvynenko’s Twitter: @janelytv

CORRECTION: Jesse states that campaign rhetoric aside, nobody is actually proposing to make dual-citizens second-class citizens. In fact, the Harper government’s Bill C-24 Would do just that. 

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