25 for 25: episode 2015

Cory Bowles looks back on #NSFilmJobs and Megan Leslie shares reflections from her political career.


Filmmaker, artist and all-around multihyphenate Cory Bowles is with us reflecting back on when the province killed Nova Scotia's film tax credit.

Then we phone up Megan Leslie to find out why Halifax's former Member of Parliament left behind politics and the city after 2015's federal election.

All this, plus the city is rendered immobile by a hellacious winter, donairs become HRM's official food, the Rainmen are no more, rich people behave badly and The Coast goes to the movies.

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