#97 Cuddler Of Democracy
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#97 Cuddler Of Democracy
Canadian protestors imitate angry Americans, the Liberals get into the online quiz biz and Toronto Life's profile of Star reporter Raveena Aulakh. Danielle Paradis of Metro Edmonton co-hosts.
December 8, 2016

Protesters in Edmonton opposed to Rachel Notley’s carbon tax borrow the Trump chant, “Lock Her Up.”

The Liberals may be abandoning campaign promises, but they do have a fun quiz on electoral reform.

Toronto Life has a feature article on reporter Raveena Aulakh’s suicide.

Metro Edmonton columnist Danielle Paradis co-hosts.

Image credit: Tom Kott

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