25 for 25: episode 1995

Mike Campbell takes us back to when MuchMusic went MuchEast and Chris Parsons breaks down some classic labour hits from the '90s and today.

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This week on the podcast, Tara and Jacob try to clean up the mess that was the G7 summit, stroll down to the waterfront hoping to hit the jackpot at Halifax’s newly opened casino and find out what Bon Jovi got up to after the band's Natal Day concert.

The Carleton owner Mike Campbell also drops by to tell us all about the early days of MuchMusic and his one-man show in Atlantic Canada, MuchEast.

Then, labour organizer and fellow podcast host Chris Parsons is in studio recapping some of the hits and misses when it comes union battles in the mid-'90s. 

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