Episode 219

December 10, 2017

Todd starts the episode by commenting on the first major snowstorm of the season and our typical reaction to it. He discusses the recent comments made by Saint John police and firefighters in the wake of proposed budget cuts in the city. He talks about the province of Nova Scotia’s decision to have marijuana sold through NSLC and the tactics it will use to deter minors from purchasing it. He talks about the language issues facing Syrian refugees in Saint John among other topics.

Don Mills of Corporate Research Associates joins us to talk about the latest polling results for New Brunswick. Kevin Lacey of the Canadian Tax Payers Federation is on to discuss his departure from the organization in early 2018.

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