Month: January 2019

Ep 123: Don’t believe everything you hear on Mainstreet

An unsurprising result in the Nanaimo byelection.

Ep 122: The alleged truckload of alcohol

Darryl Plecas dropped his laundry list of concerns that led to the dismissal of the Clerk and Sergeant-at-Arms last November and it’s all anyone in bcpoli is talking about, so it’s basically all we’re going to talk about.

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Craig James & Gary Lenz response

Quick takes
at 48m37s

https://twitter.com/JamesMBridges/status/1088546632541630466

Ep 121: No press conferences at the Burnaby Library

Karen Wang is out as the Liberal candidate in the Burnaby South byelection following comments on WeChat but she’s still mulling a comeback. Trudeau also used the past week to mix up his cabinet. And Brexit continues to be a mess.

In our quick takes we tackle the speculation tax, new forestry approaches and the latest pipeline news.Full show notes at www.politicoast.ca

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Segment 1: No take-backsies

Segment 2: It’s not a demotion
at 18m43s

Segment 3: A non-confident Brexit
at 27m38s

Quick takes
at 37m56s

Ep 120: BC isn’t woke

More takes on the PR referendum, byelections and more pipeline protests.

Ep 119: Apparently it wasn’t too close to call

Ian spoke to Too Close to Call’s Bryan Breguet about what the polls got wrong about the PR referendum results.