Wildfires are coming at us from all sides. How can local reporters get at the root issues? And the implementation of Quebec's language law municipalities making fun of the new rules. Tim Bousquet co-hosts.
Host: Jesse Brown
Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor)
Guest: Tim Bousquet
Officials have known for years about the wildfire risks in Tantallon - Halifax ExaminerLetter from the editor: Why we won’t be covering Collision this year - The LogicCollision nears a one-year Toronto extension, efforts mount for a West Coast alternative - BetaKit Côte-St-Luc, 20 other municipalities to launch lawsuit against Bill 96 - Montreal GazetteAccess to English medical services threatened in Bill 15, anglo rights group warns - Montreal GazetteChronique – Vinegar Sammy - Le Devoir
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