Lynn Jones. Photo: Halifax Examiner

This week we chat with noted historian and labour activist Lynn Jones, who recently donated an incredibly thorough archive of material focusing on African Nova Scotian history to Saint Mary’s University.

Also, we dig into the Liberal government’s ongoing spending spree across the province as the likelihood of an election looms, and more damning criticism is aimed at Gregory Lenehan, the judge who acquitted Halifax cabbie Bassam Al-Rawi of charges of sexual assault.

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