The180

Canadians are housing addicts; vegetarianism dies up north; and make it easier for the homeless to vote

On this week's episode of The 180: Reporter Ian McGugan says we won't fix any housing crises until we admit we're addicted; we hear from a former vegetarian who started eating meat when she moved to Yellowknife; and why we should be making it easier for homeless people to vote.
(Mike Crawley/CBC)

 On this week's episode of The 180: Reporter Ian McGugan says we won't fix any housing crises until we admit we're addicted; we hear from a former vegetarian who started eating meat when she moved to Yellowknife; and why we should be making it easier for homeless people to vote.

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