The 180 | Mar 15, 2013 | 53:00

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On our March 15th episode, Jim Brown and his guests discuss re-opening the grizzly bear hunt in Alberta, why some family doctors say they need to moonlight to make ends meet, and how a cartoon for kids has sparked a whole new men's movement.

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