canadaLANDBACK is a co-production by Canada’s National Observer and Canadaland.
Host Karyn Pugliese, producer Kim Wheeler, contributors Trina Roache and Cara McKenna reflect on the season, and — wait for it — Karyn and Jesse argue about whether or not journalism can change the hearts and minds of people.
Contributors: Trina Roache, Cara McKenna, Jesse Brown
Host: Karyn Pugliese, editor-in-chief, Canada’s National Observer
Credits: Kim Wheeler (Producer)
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