November 1, 2017
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#140 Weekend With Bernie
Canada's weekend with Bernie, Bill Morneau's conflicts of interest and the so-called "Ghomeshi Rules" that could change how the courts deal with sexual assault cases.
Jesse Brown
Host & Publisher
Kevin Sexton
Producer

A series of media scoops have shown that some politicians are actually rich people who want to keep their money.

Bernie Sanders comes to Canada to tell us about our healthcare system.

The government has been debating legislation that would change how sexual assault cases are dealt with in court. Read Michael Spratt’s piece on the new “Ghomeshi rules.”

BuzzFeed News Capitol Hill correspondent Paul McLeod co-hosts.

Paul’s Twitter: @pdmcleod

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