Separating Northern Ontario

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

For years, northern Ontarians have expressed frustration at rising electricity costs, infrastructure issues and lack of services. Those frustrations are cresting in the form of a new political party calling for the north to separate from the rest of the province. Trevor Holliday, leader of the Northern Ontario Party, joins Steve Paikin to discuss the northern Ontario's growing frustrations and why he believes separation is the answer.
Episode:
Doctors and Discontent
Aired:
Sep 06, 2016
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