This week, we’re joined by Halifax Examiner transportation columnist Erica Butler, who digs into the province’s recent announcement of more than $65m in funding to twin portions of Highway 103, as well as the inaccessibility of Africville Park.

Plus, 2,000 images from famed photographer Annie Liebovitz remain shuttered (see what I did there?) in a warehouse somewhere in Halifax, after the Canadian Cultural Property Export Review Board ruled for the fourth time that local random rich dude patron of the arts Harley Mintz can’t claim a $20m tax break after donating them to the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.

Tim promises to get to the bottom of it while couchsurfing in Liebovitz’s Manhattan loft later this fall.

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