Ep 81: Pipeline pause puts provinces in a pickle

The Kinder Morgan TransMountain pipeline debate finally exploded. Kinder Morgan announced a pause on all non-essential construction and will cancel the project by May 31st if it doesn’t extract guarantees from the federal and provincial governments. Naturally, everyone responded calmly and rationally – just kidding!

Then, we take a diversion from pipelines to talk with criminal defence attorney Kyla Lee about issues with alcohol and drug impaired driving laws in BC.

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Links

Segment 1: Let the Western bastards freeze in the dark

There’s literally too many stories to link, here are just a few.

Segment 2: “Blood draws in the back of police cars”
at 23m07s

Quick takes
at 48m30s

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