Jesse Brown and co-host Manisha Krishnan dismantle a 10,000 word piece in the National Post claiming safe supply programs are killing people and fuelling a new opioid crisis. And three cheers for the new Canadian passport!
Host: Jesse Brown
Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor)
Guest: Manisha Krishnan
Drug fail: The Liberal government's 'safer supply' is fuelling a new opioid crisis - National PostConrad Black: Free hard drugs for addicts a catastrophic Liberal failure - National PostPoilievre accuses government of contributing to addiction crisis with drug strategy - National PostYes, Canada’s new passport really is that bad - Globe and Mail
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