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Americans are debating the removal of monuments to problematic historical figures, so I guess we are too. Old folks don’t want to hear sad stories about feelings on their CBC. Young folks do, apparently. And the Globe And Mail is slimming for winter. BuzzFeed Social Media Editor Elamin Abdelmahmoud joins us.
Jesse Brown
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Russell Gragg
Producer

Americans are debating the removal of monuments to problematic historical figures, so I guess we are too.

Old folks don’t want to hear sad stories about feelings on their CBC. Young folks do, apparently.

And the Globe And Mail is slimming for winter.

BuzzFeed Social Media Editor Elamin Abdelmahmoud joins us.

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