On this weekend’s edition of the Todd Veinotte Show, Todd discusses a story about racism in schools and how it ends-up driving immigrants away from the province. He also comments on the editorial choices a former editor at “The Baron” (a University of New Brunswick student paper) made in the name of freedom of speech. And he closes the segment by reacting to a 911 dispatch centre move from Truro N.S. to a nearby Millbrook First First Nation location under the guise of advancing the “nation to nation relationship between Canada and its first peoples”.
New Brunswick's Progressive Conservative leader Blaine Higgs joins us to discuss the next provincial budget and the revelation that it will include yet another deficit.
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