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You meet Ivy League-educated self-made millionaires, doctors and lawyers and visionary entrepreneurs through minor hockey, but the second they walk into a rink they lose every bit of common sense they have. One father, and he is not the only parent to have done this, because there is a lot of wealth around minor hockey, but this gentleman bought into a team in the Greater Toronto Hockey League and his son, as a result, had to play on it.

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Each episode of their Culture podcast focuses on a different story, with one of the magazine's editors talking to an expert on the subject.

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