Sunday March 20, 2016

A sovereigntist defends English, a case for guaranteed minimum income, and more Alberta road trip

A wind turbine, with the Rocky Mountains behind, near Pincher Creek, in southern Alberta.

A wind turbine, with the Rocky Mountains behind, near Pincher Creek, in southern Alberta. (Kathryn Marlow/CBC)

This week on The 180, a Quebec sovereignist says francophone culture is not under attack, a libertarian argues that a guaranteed minimum income is a great idea, and we bring you more from our Alberta road trip. 

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