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Let’s Talk About Trudeau Vs. Ford & Kim’s Inconvenience

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Now On Narcity: Ford vs. Trudeau & Kim's Convenience
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In This Episode

This week's episode is a spicy one. At the digital dive bar, your hosts Lea, Tyeler, Cormac, and Brit are breaking down a months-long feud between Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Ontario's Premier, Doug Ford. The two have fired shots at one another on several occasions throughout the pandemic and we've got the scoop on what's been said and how it all started.

Next up, we take a dive into some of the controversy surrounding the Canadian TV show, Kim's Convenience. The show came to an abrupt end on a very cryptic note, but cast members have come forward since and shared what they say went down.

Finally, you know we're talking about the new royal baby. Harry and Meghan have just welcomed their new daughter and we're talking about her name and the meaning behind it.

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