This week:
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This week, it’s our annual episode dedicated to great stories from our Under The Influence research that didn’t make the regular season. We’ll tell the story of why Maple Leafs owner Harold Ballard would shut off all water fountains during games, which books are the most stolen from North American libraries, and the day Gordon Lightfoot died…then came back to life.

For a sneak preview, listen below:

Tune in Thursdays and Saturdays at 11:30am on CBC Radio One or subscribe to our podcast.

Hope you’ll join us.

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