October 2, 2018
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CORRUPTION #1 – The Most Crime-Ridden Neighbourhood In Canada
This season, Commons will be focusing on stories at the intersection of money, influence and politics in Canada. In this episode, we take you to what may be Canada’s most criminal neighbourhood — Toronto’s financial district.
Arshy Mann
Host & Producer, COMMONS
Kevin Sexton
Producer

Along for the ride is investigative journalist Bruce Livesey, author of “The Thieves of Bay Street.”

CORRECTION [February 11, 2019]: The remediation agreements were introduced as part of the Budget Implementation Act, 2018, not as part of the justice reform bill.


This episode is sponsored by Endy and the Fundamentals of Canadian Law Podcast.

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