Episode 220

December 13, 2017

Todd begins the episode by discussing the political climate in the U.S. and how things like a failed terrorism attempt barely get media coverage. He comments on the National Post’s response to a viral video about a starving polar bear. He reacts to the news concerning the marijuana revenue sharing agreement between the federal government and the provinces. He comments on Saint John’s budget which will result in cuts while maintaining the current property tax rate.

In the interview segment, Quispamsis resident Jeremy Piper joins us to discuss the struggles his 9-year-old autistic son is having with the elementary school system in his area.

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