(Short Cuts) Ukraine’s Night Train to the Front Lines
About this episode
As we cross the one-year anniversary of Russia’s full-scale invasion of Ukraine, former Canadaland producer Sarah Lawrynuik returns to Short Cuts to talk with Jonathan about why she became a freelance war correspondent, taking night trains to the front lines.
They also look at China’s reported interference in Canada’s elections & why our institutions tend to throw up their hands the moment they encounter even slightly sophisticated malfeasance.
Host: Jonathan Goldsbie
Credits: Aviva Lessard (Producer), Caleb Thompson (Audio Editor & Technical Producer), Annette Ejiofor (Managing Editor)
Guest: Sarah Lawrynuik
- Still standing: A year post-invasion, defiant Ukrainians have truly come together to build something, even in the face of Russian atrocities and destruction - Winnipeg Free PressBell Media wouldn’t nominate Lisa LaFlamme for an award — so she did it herself - Toronto StarCSIS documents reveal Chinese strategy to influence Canada’s 2021 election - Globe and MailLiberals ignored CSIS warning on 2019 candidate accused in Chinese interference probe: sources - Global NewsCSIS uncovered Chinese plan to donate to Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation - Globe and MailOttawa must sharpen its monitoring of foreign interference in elections, report says - Toronto StarCSIS documents reveal a web of Chinese influence in Canada - The Decibel, Globe and Mail
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