The Price of Point Roberts
Point Roberts, a tiny 12 square KM town on the tip of British Columbia, is actuallypart of the US, and its residents are cut off from many services due to the border shutdown. We speak with John Lesow, a former resident who thinks life for those who live on that strip of land below the 49th parallel would be much better off if Canada just bought the land. The price tag: $5 billion.
GUESTS: Garnett Genuis (Conservative Alberta MP) GUEST: Chemi Lhamo, (Tibetan-Canadian activist, former University of Toronto Scarborough student union president)
A Canadian expert on government transition strategies offers insight on what happens next in US presidential politics and the implications for CanadaWe talk to Monique Smith - former Ontario MPP and Ontario’s first Representative in Washington