Journalism, such as A Murder Without End podcast, might be free to listen to. But it isn't free to make. This exclusive series was created without any funding: all research, archive audio, voice overs and music were sourced and paid for by Tristan Stewart-Robertson. So: if you enjoyed what you heard, please donate what you can. Any support you can spare would be invaluable. Thank you.
Is Canada too old to talk foundations? Can a country be too mature to worry about its first and defining principles when the economy is at stake? With hindsight, some of the original players of the Charlottetown Accord and its referendum 20 years ago look to Canada’s future.
“Fight” – or – Tempestuous teenaged Canada – 20 years on from Canada’s third and last national referendum, some of the original players look back at the campaign, and the issues that united and divided parties, communities and the country.
Trying to rebirth a country at age 10 – How the attempt to redefine Canada led to the nation’s third national referendum 20 years ago, and set up the ultimate failure of unique political consensus.
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