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Turner's tips for oilsands debates, film credits, public prayer

On this episode, sustainability advocate Chris Turner responds to CAPP's call for more dinner party debates about the oil sands, we hear two opinions on whether film tax credits deliver the benefits they promise, and we get a surprising take on the Supreme Court's ruling on public prayer.
Mayor Jean Tremblay of Saguenay, shown crossing himself, has argued that reciting a 20-second prayer before city council meetings respects Quebec’s Catholic heritage. The Supreme Court of Canada has now ruled elected officials cannot open meetings with a prayer. (CBC)

On this episode, sustainability advocate and former Green Party candidate Chris Turner responds to CAPP's call for more dinner party debates about the oil sands, we hear two opinions on whether film tax credits deliver the benefits they promise, and we get a surprising take on the Supreme Court's ruling on public prayer.

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