Ep. 106 - Everything old is new... again

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Three new polls are showing that if an election were held today, the Progressive Conservative party would come out with a majority. That's despite the fact the government has faced criticism over its handling of the pandemic. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss how the numbers break down. Also, freelance Queen's Park reporter Sabrina Nanji joins the podcast to discuss whether stories are lost because reporters can't cover politicians in person.
Aired:
Apr 06, 2021
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