Today we take stock of the U.S. presidential campaign. Less than two weeks before decision day, with no debates remaining, has a clear frontrunner emerged? And we debate whether adding wireless access to Toronto’s subway stations is a good idea.
First we'll look at the ongoing negotiations between NHL players and owners and whether there's anything that can be done to prevent these work stoppages in the future. We'll also take a look at the E. coli outbreak and the government's response to it. Finally, we'll talk about the Harper government's apparent disdain for evidence-based policy making.
Jordan Himelfarb is joined by Andrew Phillips, Gord Barthos and Bob Hepburn.
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