The episode begins with a discussion about the introduction of the new Feb. 19 “Family Day” stat holiday in New Brunswick. Todd reacts to a story about a Kings Landing worker complaining about a hole in his EI benefits. He explains his thoughts on why he thinks the 2018 Winter Olympics is flying under the radar for many. And he closes of the segment by talking about Dalhousie University’s choice to probe it’s founder’s record on issues of slavery and race.
National Post columnist John Ivison is on to talk about one of his recent columns “Trudeau is in a fight he can’t win with veterans, and his frustration shows”. University of Maine Political Science Professor Mark Brewer joins us to discuss U.S. politics.
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