Total surveillance, taxing tampons, Tiny house big sell

In this episode: the case for a "total surveillance" state, an argument for making feminine hygiene products exempt from the GST, and why there's been such big hype about tiny houses.
A tiny home community in Mansfield, Que. This is the common building that houses the bathrooms and kitchen. (Ashley Burke/CBC)
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In this episode: the case for a "total surveillance" state, an argument for making feminine hygiene products exempt from the GST, and why there's been such big hype about tiny houses.

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