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Friday, January 22
2:07 p.m. NATASHA HALL: Julie Payette quit as governor-general amid allegations of creating a toxic work environment. Do you have any 'bad boss' stories to share?
3:20 p.m. NATASHA HALL: We speak with a Nebraska farmer who lived along the route of the Keystone XL pipeline, which the Biden administration is killing off.
3:35 p.m. NATASHA HALL: Montreal's curfew could be extended past Feb 8. What will that mean for homeless people in the city?
4:50 p.m. AARON RAND: Indigenous Affairs Minister Marc Miller explains why the federal government is urging Quebec to stop ticketing the homeless for being out past curfew.
5:35 p.m. AARON RAND: What can Quebec learn from Israel's wildly successful COVID vaccination campaign?
6:20 p.m. AARON RAND: TSN 690's Sean Campbell shares his memories of yet another departed baseball legend — Hammerin' Hank Aaron.
8:35 p.m. JON POLE: He's been tracking COVID data since the beginning. What has he learned?
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