"LLP23: West coast to the northeast, and back, with Aaron Schulze," is the twenty-third installment of the Lang & LeBlanc Podcast, third in the second season of the program.
Disclaimer; Portions of this episode may be triggering, or upsetting to some listeners. Listener discretion is advised.
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We're back! 00:00
And, with a new format 3:08
Aaron Schulze, How the community of Kamloops, B.C. is healing following the tragic findings at an area residential school 22:20 - 37:50
Aaron Schulze, B.C. boy in a Saskatchewan world Recorded on May 13, 2021 37:58
askSask 96:45 - 97:41
The Lang & LeBlanc Get Together 126:21
The CFL is Back 126:21 - 140:43
A look back at our Week of Reflection 140:43
Neil Sasakamoose, the CEO of Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs 151:42 - 152:32
How the non-Indigenous community should be looking at the tragedy in Kamloops, and how support should be shown to the Indigenous population
The end, see you on June 24! 154:31 - 156:39
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