October 11, 2017
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#137 Sour Gas, Racist Soap
A sour note on a huge investigation into sour gas, coverage of the Liberals' tax plan and the sneaky way CBC journalists can criticize the CBC.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Kevin Sexton
Producer

An “unprecedented national collaboration” between The National Observer, Global, The Toronto Star and more exposes the dangers of sour gas in Saskatchewan. But as the site OurSask.ca points out, they forgot to mention the CBC broke the story 2 years ago. Read “The Price of Oil” at the The National Observer. 

The Globe and Mail pillories the Liberals’ tax plan.

CBC journalists find creative ways to criticize the CBC.

The National Post’s Jen Gerson co-hosts.

Jen’s Twitter: @jengerson

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