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Would you vote to keep photo radar?

The citizens of Morinville, Alberta just voted to keep photo radar, after a petition was circulated to end it. We dive into the CBC archives to hear how this discussion has played out in the past.

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The 180 Can Question Period be fixed? Oct 3, 2014 | 11:34With debate swirling in Ottawa about the role of the Speaker in QP, we convened our Rogue Parliament, former MP's Anne McLellan, Val Meredith, and Lorne Nystrom, to discuss whether the tradition can be fixed.
The 180 - Sugar Tax: obesity fix or misguided paternalism?Oct 3, 2014 | 6:24The 180 Sugar Tax: obesity fix or misguided paternalism? Audio
The 180 Sugar Tax: obesity fix or misguided paternalism? Oct 3, 2014 | 6:24The Heart and Stroke Foundation says a sugar tax would improve the health of Canadians in multiple ways. But Eric Crampton isn't so sure. The economist tells Jim Brown why sugar taxes aren't as sweet as proponents make them out to be.
The 180 - Carbon Capture and Storage: Industry's TakeOct 3, 2014 | 5:25The 180 Carbon Capture and Storage: Industry's Take Audio
The 180 Carbon Capture and Storage: Industry's Take Oct 3, 2014 | 5:25This week The 180 looks at Saskatchewan's new CCS project, from both the industry and environmental sides. In this interview, host Jim Brown speaks with SaskPower CEO Robert Watson. SaskPower built the project.
The 180 - When political fundraising letters sound like moviesOct 3, 2014 | 3:52The 180 When political fundraising letters sound like movies Audio
The 180 When political fundraising letters sound like movies Oct 3, 2014 | 3:52Canadian political parties send their supporters a lot of email asking for money. The pleas are often quite dramatic, so we decided to find out what they would sound like as movies. U of C PhD student Georgia Gaden-Jones helped us out.
The 180 - Carbon capture, Question period, Sugar taxOct 3, 2014 | 54:00The 180 Carbon capture, Question period, Sugar tax Audio
The 180 Carbon capture, Question period, Sugar tax Oct 3, 2014 | 54:00In this episode Jim speaks to a proponent and an opponent of a carbon capture program in Saskatchewan, gets advice on how to fix question period, and hears why a sugar tax takes a paternalistic view of Canadians' food choices.
The 180 - Three signs you might be a CCSSOct 2, 2014 | 1:53The 180 Three signs you might be a CCSS Audio
The 180 Three signs you might be a CCSS Oct 2, 2014 | 1:53As Saskatchewan brings its new Carbon Capture and Storage System on line at the Boundary Dam Power Station, we bring you this light-hearted PSA to help you identify the three signs of being a CCSS.
The 180 - Carbon capture: Coal power enabler, or the way to a green energy future?Oct 2, 2014 | 4:44The 180 Carbon capture: Coal power enabler, or the way to a green energy future? Audio
The 180 Carbon capture: Coal power enabler, or the way to a green energy future? Oct 2, 2014 | 4:44The province of Saskatchewan has just turned a coal-fired power plant into "the world's first and largest commercial scale CCS Project of its kind." But critics say the technology just enables Saskatchewan to keep guzzling carbon.
The 180 - Could 'civilianizing' parts of police work, keep rising costs under control?Sep 26, 2014 | 7:38The 180 Could 'civilianizing' parts of police work, keep rising costs under control? Audio
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The 180 Pressure to eat together, Civilianizing police work; Revoking citizenship Sep 26, 2014 | 54:00On this episode Jim's guests debate whether Canada needs universal daycare, they discuss Bill C-24's impact on citizenship, and civilianizing police work. Our Food Fight topic is a discussion the pressures on working mothers to cook sit down meals.
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The 180 - Why this farmer hates the phrase "factory farm"Sep 24, 2014 | 3:47The 180 Why this farmer hates the phrase "factory farm" Audio
The 180 Why this farmer hates the phrase "factory farm" Sep 24, 2014 | 3:47180 listener Romy Schill tweeted us from her farm last week, to say she'd heard the term "factory farm" in our Food Fight series and really didn't like it. So we called her to find out why.
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