Month: October 2019

  • Ep 161: A minor election

    Ep 161: A minor election

    The results are in and the Trudeau Liberals were returned with a Strong, Stable Minority Government ™ . Ian returns from parental leave to break down the results with Scott. Plus a bunch of stuff is happening in BC.

  • Ep 160: Promises and Platforms

    Ep 160: Promises and Platforms

    In our final pre-election episode, we break down platforms of the four main national parties. The Cambie Report’s Matthew Naylor returns to discuss the highlights and lowlights of the platforms and what they tell us about the state of Canadian politics. Check out our partner: BC Today is the daily newsletter dedicated exclusively to BC […]

  • Ep 159: It’s Debatable

    Ep 159: It’s Debatable

    Call the Question’s Maria Dobrinskaya returns to discuss the Legislature’s busy first week and what effect the debate will have on the election. Check out our partner: BC Today is the daily newsletter dedicated exclusively to BC Politics. Sign up for a free two-week trial and listen to the episode for your code for an […]

  • Ep 158A – A Lot Can Happen on a Friday

    Ep 158A – A Lot Can Happen on a Friday

    On this addendum to Episode 158 Scott breaks down the two big news stories that broke after recording Ep 158, the resignation of Minister of Citizen Services Jinny Sim and the Conservative Party dropping their candidate in Burnaby-North Seymour. Check out our partner: BC Today is the daily newsletter dedicated exclusively to BC Politics. Sign […]

  • Ep 158 – Back to the Leg

    Ep 158 – Back to the Leg

    BC Today’s Shannon Waters returns to discuss the Legislature’s return, why loggers and small towns are mad at the government, and what to make of the federal election campaign at the halfway mark. Check out our partner: BC Today is the daily newsletter dedicated exclusively to BC Politics. Sign up for a free two-week trial […]