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Not For Attribution: Gary Doer and Stuart Murray

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This article was published 27/8/2019 (214 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

Not For Attribution is a podcast on politics, government and public policy by the political reporters and columnists at the Winnipeg Free Press.

In this episode, Dan Lett and Niigaan Sinclair, along with legislative reporter Jessica Botelho-Urbanski, discuss the second week of the provincial election campaign, which included new polls and a lack of discussion around Indigenous issues by any political party.

As well, former NDP premier Gary Doer and Progressive Conservative leader Stuart Murray sit down for a feature interview rehashing behind-the-scenes stories from their 2003 election face-off.

 

Listen to past and (eventually) future episodes of Not for Attribution here, or on Stitcher, Soundcloud and Spotify.  You can also subscribe to its RSS feed with your favourite podcasting app.

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