Nov 211983

justice-minister-mark-macguiganAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

In June of 1983, Canada’s Justice Minister, Mark MacGuigan (Liberal) announced the formation of the Fraser Committee on pornography and prostitution. In November of 1983, Justice Borins of the Ontario Superior Court of Justice stated that, due to the looseness of the definition of obscenity, a person could be in a position where they did not know they were breaking a pornography law until they were convicted in court. It was announced that the committee would commence cross-Canada hearings in or about early to mid December of 1983. This recording is estimated to have been made in mid-to-late November of 1983. It is an episode of Hotline, hosted by talk radio personality Wayne Mclean. Marc Emery calls in to express his views. Later, the Justice Minister called in. Robert Metz called in response to MacGuigan’s call.

Excerpts: Mclean, Emery, MacGuigan, Metz):

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Audio Details:

Radio Program: Hotline
Host: Wayne McLean
Notable call-ins: Marc Emery (Action Director, Freedom Party of Ontario), federal Justice Minister Mark MacGuigan, Robert Metz (president, Freedom Party of Ontario)
Aired: estimated mid-November of 1983
Radio Station: CFPL 980 AM – London, Ontario
Recorded: estimated mid-November of 1983
File Format: MP3
File Size: 50.1 MB (excerpts) / 81.8 MB (whole)
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