We speak to Alyson Tan, founder of Policy Pop-Up, a new effort to engage millennials in conversations about complex policy issues that are in the news.
Then we look at BC’s Auditor General’s latest report on tax expenditures, why the homebuyer credit is bad and why transparency is good.
And the IPCC has a new report out basically conceding that no one is doing enough to stop catastrophic climate change and we’re all going to boil.
Plus quick takes!
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Segment 1: Policy Pop-Up
Segment 2: BC’s secret giveaway
Segment 3: It’s the end of the world as we know it and Canadian politicians feel fine
- IPCC report spells doom & gloom
- Ford & Kenney go after carbon taxes
- Scheer has no climate plan but promises to one day