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On this episode Press Progress investigative reporters Emily Leedham and Stephen Magusiak join host Andre Goulet for a Winnipeg/Calgary/Montreal power panel exploring the provincial purgatory of pandemic Alberta.

Plus: journalist and 'The Forgotten Corner' co-host Scott Schmidt describes Medicine Hat's recent super-spreader event, Harbinger Atlantic correspondent James Brown reports on bad bosses from rural PEI and the panel does a deep dive into Emily's expose on how the federal government's CEWS is helping to sustain and support scab labour.

You can read the report at https://pressprogress.ca/companies-providing-scab-labour-to-saskatchewan-refinery-wont-say-if-they-spent-emergency-wage-subsidies-on-scabs/

Follow Stephen and Emily's reporting at https://pressprogress.ca/

Find more of Scott's work at https://medicinehatnews.com/author/scottschmidt/ and https://www.forgottencornerpod.com/

Music on this episode 'Neon Drip' (Blue Dot Sessions) and 'Dwarf Planet' (Gurdonark) is courtesy of Creative Commons.

These conversations were recorded on May 7th and 10th, 2021.
On this episode Press Progress investigative reporters Emily Leedham and Stephen Magusiak join host Andre Goulet for a Winnipeg/Calgary/Montreal power panel exploring the provincial purgatory of pandemic Alberta. Plus: journalist and 'The Forgotten Corner' co-host Scott Schmidt describes Medicine Hat's recent super-spreader event, Harbinger Atlantic correspondent James Brown reports on bad bosses from rural PEI and the panel does a deep dive into Emily's expose on how the federal government's CEWS is helping to sustain and support scab labour. You can read the report at https://pressprogress.ca/companies-providing-scab-labour-to-saskatchewan-refinery-wont-say-if-they-spent-emergency-wage-subsidies-on-scabs/ Follow Stephen and Emily's reporting at https://pressprogress.ca/ Find more of Scott's work at https://medicinehatnews.com/author/scottschmidt/ and https://www.forgottencornerpod.com/ Music on this episode 'Neon Drip' (Blue Dot Sessions) and 'Dwarf Planet' (Gurdonark) is courtesy of Creative Commons. These conversations were recorded on May 7th and 10th, 2021. read more read less

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