25 for 25: episode 2013

Graham Steele on the end of Nova Scotia's NDP government and Selena Ross on the story of Rehtaeh.

Former finance minister Graham Steele is with us as we dissect the NDP government's collapse back in the 2013 provincial election. Then, award-winning journalist Selena Ross chronicles the story of Rehtaeh Parsons and her time working with a dream team of reporters and editors at the Herald.

All this plus Halifax baristas unionize, Joachim Stroink celebrates the holidays, Chris Brown doesn’t come to town, Benjamin Moore doesn’t paint the city and The Coast turns 20.


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