Glen Murray has spent decades in politics. Originally from Montreal, he became the mayor of Winnipeg in 1998. Since then, he's played many important roles including the Ontario minister of the environment and climate change. Now, he's leaving Queen's Park to become the executive director of the Pembina Institute. Murray joins The Agenda to discuss his political career.
Episode:
The Oil Sands' History; From Politics to Climate Leadership
Aired:
Sep 27, 2017
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