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#142 The Erotic Adventures of Bill Morneau
Bill Morneau tries to turn down the heat through tales of his spicy past, CBC takes a stand for landlord rights and Jagmeet Singh gets into slam poetry.
November 15, 2017

As people continue to question Bill Morneau’s finances and ethics, The Toronto Star gives him a big, fluffy profile to let us know he’s a family man with humble beginnings… and spicy adventures behind him.

CBC turns up the heat on cool guys and bad tenants.

Andrew Scheer says hey. Jagmeet Singh gets poetic.

COMMONS co-host Hadiya Roderique joins Jesse.

Hadiya’s recent Globe and Mail piece, “Black on Bay Street.”

Hadiya’s Twitter: @deeroderique

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