Day 6

Episode 245: First Nations voting debate, spotting lying politicians, Martin Short on Robin Williams and more

On this week's show: The longest election in Canadian history, how to tell when a politician is lying, First Nations and the merits of voting in the federal election, Martin Short shares stories of Robin Williams and the untold stories behind "Into The Wild".
Prime Minister Stephen Harper, second from left to right, and Inuit Leader Terry Audla, President of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, AFN Chief Perry Bellegarde and Commission chairman Justice Murray Sinclair listen during the closing ceremony of the Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission, at Rideau Hall in O 2015. (Sean Kilpatrick/Canadian Press)

On this week's show: The longest election in Canadian history, how to tell when a politician is lying, First Nations and the merits of voting in the federal election, Martin Short shares stories of Robin Williams and the untold stories behind "Into The Wild".

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