(Short Cuts) No Going Back With India
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If it weren’t for the Globe and Mail, would Prime Minister Trudeau have publicly accused India of being involved in the killing of Hardeep Nijjar? And Canada loses 70 newspapers as Metroland ends their print circulation.  Host: Jesse Brown Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor), Karyn Pugliese (Editor-in-Chief) Guest: Shree Paradkar   Further reading:  Trudeau accuses India in killing of Sikh leader on Canadian soil - The Globe and MailTrudeau accuses India of involvement in Canadian’s murder -The Globe and Mail - The DecibelHere's why Justin Trudeau went public with an explosive allegation against India - Toronto StarRussell Brand sex assault allegations bear similarities to Ghomeshi case. But here's what's changed - Toronto StarMetroland ends print editions of community papers, keeps regional dailies - CP24Metroland ends print editions of community papers, flyers - Global  Sponsors: Douglas, Squarespace, Elijah Craig Ever wonder what Canadaland looks like? Watch and subscribe to our original content @Canadaland and our new podcast channel @CanadalandPodcasts If you value this podcast, Support us! You’ll get premium access to all our shows ad free, including early releases and bonus content. You’ll also get our exclusive newsletter, discounts on merch at our store, tickets to our live and virtual events, and more than anything, you’ll be a part of the solution to Canada’s journalism crisis, you’ll be keeping our work free and accessible to everybody.     You can listen ad-free on Amazon Music—included with Prime. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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