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The Todd Veinotte Show (Episode 103)

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October 23rd, 2016

FRIENDS spokesperson, Ian Morrison, responds to the recent news that the federal government is considering an internet price hike to fund Canadian content.

Todd starts off the show by discussing the Toronto Blue Jays’ ouster from the MLB playoffs and the team’s future (he also throws in a few words about the Toronto Maple Leafs). He switches gears and talks about the U.S. elections. He gives his thoughts on the recent Bombardier layoff announcement which will see 2,000 Canadian workers loose their jobs. He closes off the segment by speaking about the defacing of a McAdam N.B. rock which congratulated a same-sex couple on their wedding.

Spokesperson for the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting Ian Morrison joins us to respond to the recent news that the federal government is considering an internet price hike to fund Canadian content.

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