Episode 40: Can the University of Toronto kick the anti-Israel protesters off campus?

On Episode 40, we discuss the University of Toronto’s request for a court order to clear out the campus occupiers; we talk about whether a good Samaritan law meant to prevent overdoses protects drug dealers against drug charges; and we update you on the MPP Sarah Jama affair.

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