We’re talking the CBC leaving Twitter after being labeled “government-funded media”, while Pierre Poilievre thanks Elon Musk for what he was already going to do. The real losers here are the Canadian public. 

And Barry Hertz’s Globe and Mail takedown of the 11th Canadian Screen Awards - a cringe-y, dull, and insulting showcase of what not to do when highlighting Canadian productions. 

Host: Jesse Brown

Credits: Ren Bangert (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor and Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor)

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