Why CTV’s Quebec City Bureau Chief Quit His Job

It’s for a variety of reasons, including: Kate and William, Ezra Levant, Fox News, and the lack of Canadian equivalents of Jon Stewart, Keith Olbermann, and Rachel Maddow.

Kai Nagata, the 24-year-old former bureau chief ends his post with:

Right now I need to undertake a long-delayed journey of personal discovery. Having given away all the possessions that didn’t fit into my truck, I’ve set out on the road again, heading West. I know I need to go home for a while. I need to surround myself with family and friends. I need to consult, meditate, and plan the next steps.

I’m broke, and yet I know I’m rich in love. I’m unemployed and homeless, but I’ve never been more free.

Everything is possible.

Ah, the life of a hobo. Everything is possible, as long as your parents don’t kick you out of the house.

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