“I hate to say this Peter, but if there was a flash and a bang right now and Chantal [Hébert] and I were talking to two blank screens, it wouldn’t be the end of the world in the rest of Canada. It would be unfortunate and we would be very worried, but there is the simple fact this is a big and diverse country.”—UBC political scientist and CBC panellist Michael Byers to Peter Mansridge, on what would happen if a terrorist bomb went off at the CBC building.
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