Crisis democracy in a fictional country

Kai Nagata on a federal government confused by its own hypocrisy
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On episode 118 of Unpacking the News ex-journalist and Comms Director at the BC-based public interest group Dogwood Kai Nagata joins host Andre Goulet to discuss the political fallout from the blockades and occupations, a federal government confused by its own hypocrisy and the RCMP’s historical pattern of violence against Indigenous communities. This conversation was recorded on March 11th, 2020.

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