Episode 29: Were unvaxxed nurses mistreated? An arbitrator says yes

On Episode 29, we tell you about a labour arbitrator decision that found a vaccine mandate that led to 10 nurses being fired from their jobs was unreasonable; we go through the Supreme Court decision that found the state needs judicial authorization to get your Internet Protocol address; and we tell you about a proposed bylaw that would ban “graphic” anti-abortion signs.

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