May 18, 2017
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#119 Changing Of The Guard
Hal Niedzviecki and Jonathan Kay have left their jobs. Steve Ladurantaye's been shifted to a lesser role at CBC. And no, we're not finished talking about this yet.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Russell Gragg
Producer

Hal Niedzviecki and Jonathan Kay have left their jobs. Steve Ladurantaye’s been shifted to a lesser role at CBC. And no, we’re not finished talking about this yet.

Ryan McMahon joins Jesse in Winnipeg to talk appropriation.

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