We recap our predictions for 2020 and look ahead to 2021. Plus Scott speaks to Micah about the recent case of Buckman v Wyckham, which dealt with the complexities of BC’s COVID-19 restrictions. Plus our usual quick takes.
We start off with some musing about the latest news out of the USA.
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Segment 1: Prediction recap
- Ep 169: 2020 Vision
- Build the tunnel: It’s time for Newfoundland to dig itself out of food insecurity
Segment 2: Polyamorous isolation
- BC judge says polyamorous dad not breaking COVID orders with new partner and her husband
- Buckman v Wyckham, 2020 BCSC 2076
- Growing list of Canadian politicians caught travelling abroad despite pandemic
- The Strategists on Apple Podcasts (see ep 906 & 906.5)
- Canadian Population Growth Hits Lowest On Record As Ontario, BC Shrink
- B.C. to pay $3.2 million in public subsidies to political parties in 2021
- Annual Allowances for Political Parties – Elections BC