December 1, 2016
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VICE's Justin Ling joins Jesse to talk about Trudeau's praise of Castro, the RCMP's public relations maneuvering and the CBC's proposal to go ad-free.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Kevin Sexton
Producer

Does it matter that Trudeau said nice things about late dictator Fidel Castro?

The RCMP is trying to change the public image of digital surveillance. Here’s VICE’s story about that. Meanwhile, reporters from CBC and the Toronto Star are defending their story about the RCMP’s case for better digital data collection. Here’s Kate Lunau’s interview on Motherboard with reporters Robert Cribbs and Dave Seglins, following criticism of the story.

The CBC has now joined the calls for an ad-free CBC. Here’s their proposal.

VICE News Canadian features editor Justin Ling co-hosts.

Justin’s Twitter: @JustinLing

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