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by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

When Rob (Rob Legget, author of Always Right) got on board with The Source, we had a deal: I would write a column, and he would oppose whatever viewpoint I took with equal passion and fervour (not a difficult proposition, since we sit on opposite ends of the political spectrum). Kind of an ongoing he said/she said argument to inspire community dialogue and debate.

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

When Rob (Rob Legget, author of Always Right) got on board with The Source, we had a deal: I would write a column, and he would oppose whatever viewpoint I took with equal passion and fervour (not a difficult proposition, since we sit on opposite ends of the political spectrum). Kind of an ongoing he said/she said argument to inspire community dialogue and debate.

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

When Rob (Rob Legget, author of Always Right) got on board with The Source, we had a deal: I would write a column, and he would oppose whatever viewpoint I took with equal passion and fervour (not a difficult proposition, since we sit on opposite ends of the political spectrum). Kind of an ongoing he said/she said argument to inspire community dialogue and debate.

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

When Rob (Rob Legget, author of Always Right) got on board with The Source, we had a deal: I would write a column, and he would oppose whatever viewpoint I took with equal passion and fervour (not a difficult proposition, since we sit on opposite ends of the political spectrum). Kind of an ongoing he said/she said argument to inspire community dialogue and debate.

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

When Rob (Rob Legget, author of Always Right) got on board with The Source, we had a deal: I would write a column, and he would oppose whatever viewpoint I took with equal passion and fervour (not a difficult proposition, since we sit on opposite ends of the political spectrum). Kind of an ongoing he said/she said argument to inspire community dialogue and debate.

by Kyra Hoggan on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

When Rob (Rob Legget, author of Always Right) got on board with The Source, we had a deal: I would write a column, and he would oppose whatever viewpoint I took with equal passion and fervour (not a difficult proposition, since we sit on opposite ends of the political spectrum). Kind of an ongoing he said/she said argument to inspire community dialogue and debate.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

I didn’t have an issue with the legalization of marijuana and, if truth be told, I applauded Grand Forks councillor Joy Davies for wanting to take a lead in municipal advocacy and change federal and provincial laws.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

I didn’t have an issue with the legalization of marijuana and, if truth be told, I applauded Grand Forks councillor Joy Davies for wanting to take a lead in municipal advocacy and change federal and provincial laws.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

I didn’t have an issue with the legalization of marijuana and, if truth be told, I applauded Grand Forks councillor Joy Davies for wanting to take a lead in municipal advocacy and change federal and provincial laws.

by Rob Leggett on Wednesday Aug 19 2009

I didn’t have an issue with the legalization of marijuana and, if truth be told, I applauded Grand Forks councillor Joy Davies for wanting to take a lead in municipal advocacy and change federal and provincial laws.

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