Monday, November 21, 2016
Yesterday's News returns in a new format.
- Federal Finance Minister thinks people should get used to the "job churn" economy.
- CRTC data indicates Canadians are consuming more media, but are watching less TV.
- Queens casino refuses to pay out millions after they claim slot machine malfunctions.
The Round Table convenes to discuss:
- Donald Trump and the American election.
- A possible Muslim housing project in Brossard.
- The possible religious house of worship ban in Outremont,
- A piper fined $220 for carrying a Scottish traditional knife in his sock.
- The plight of the contract worker.
- Metro conductors playing with their cell phones.
- Snow on the way...