A BC politics heavy podcast this week: The BC Liberals have a new leader but how much is he just like the old leaders? Alberta stops importing BC wines after BC puts a moratorium on diluted bitumen shipments, prompting Scott to have an aneurysm. We check in on how these two stories will play in the Kelowna West byelection. In quick takes we look at a slew of BC Government announcements, Trudeau’s town hall woes, a new national environmental review process and which dictatorial regime we’re selling arms to this week. And we finish off with a few of the many great tweets from this past week in our #bestofbcpoli segment.
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Segment 1: Another Andrew at the helm
— Chad Skelton (@chadskelton) February 6, 2018
Segment 2: Drunkirk
— Strategists Podcast (@strategistspod) February 7, 2018
Segment 3: Wine country votes
- New BC cannabis regulations
- Eby tries to put out the ICBC dumpster fire – listen to Pod Keep Our Land Ep XX for more
- BC to collect taxes on AirBnB
- First report of Fair Wages Commission
- Trudeau interrupted by protesters in Nanaimo
- And he breaks the internet by saying “peoplekind”
- NEB to be scrapped in favour of one assessment to rule them all
- Canada sells helicopters to Duterte after pausing arms sales to Saudi Arabia
Journalist: Mr Trudeau, what do you have to say about Saudi Arabia using Canadian weapons to kill civilians in Yemen?
Trudeau: Yemen? I prefer that we say “Yeperson”
Liberals: omg woke bae ??
— ya fave μαλάκας (@mathaiaus) February 7, 2018
Did someone triple-delete the results? https://t.co/MQDQWsqjB1
— David Moscrop (@David_Moscrop) February 4, 2018
— Ryan Clayton (@ItsRyanClayton) February 4, 2018
No Quail’s Gate, though, I see.
— Kits Fool and 1000s of others (@kitzfuhel) February 7, 2018
— Robson Fletcher (@CBCFletch) February 7, 2018