After graduation, Bram gets his dream job at a local newspaper. In his mind he's the next Woodward (but he's probably more of a Bernstein). A year in, he realizes that maybe the paper business is no longer what he'd seen in the movies. Instead of investigative journalism, he is writing easily consumable Top 10 Lists - Best Hot Dogs in the City. Ten Ways to Tell You Grew Up in the 90s. After the paper is hit with another round of layoffs, Bram stumbles upon a potentially explosive story involving the city's controversial mayor. But he needs to beat the mayor's smooth talking aide, Kamal, to the punch. This could be Bram's big break - if he had any idea how to be a real journalist.
Did You Know?
Speaking at a news conference, Rob Ford refers to a football rivalry between Toronto and nearby Hamilton, saying "I'm gonna call Mayor 'Britanni' in Hamilton..." BUT the mayor of Hamilton at that time was Bob BRATINA (not Britanni). See more
The green bottles which the students are drinking from in Toronto City Council Chamber are the product of Toronto-based Steam Whistle Brewery. See more