The180

Pop taxes don't work, robot sweatshops, and an American tells us what's wrong with CanCon

On this week's episode of The 180: we hear about the unintended consequences of a tax on sugar-sweetened-beverages, we take an uncomfortable look at the move away from sweatshops to robotic labour, and American writer Madeline Ashby takes on CanCon
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On this week's episode of The 180: we hear about the unintended consequences of a tax on sugar-sweetened-beverages, we take an uncomfortable look at the move away from sweatshops to robotic labour, and American writer Madeline Ashby takes on CanCon.

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