Episode 221

December 17, 2017
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Todd begins the show by reflecting on the distraction that is Christmas. He praises New Brunswick Premier Brian Gallant’s decision to shift money from the existing gas tax instead of raising it in the wake of the federally imposed carbon tax system. He talks about the service issues at the Canada Revenue Agency following a recent report by the auditor general. He ends the segment by reacting to the deaths of Barry and Honey Sherman.

Cynthia Khoo, who is the external legal counsel at Open Media, joins us to discuss the U.S. FCC decision to repeal net neutrality rules and how it may affect Canadians.

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