Month: March 2021

Ep 232: Not doing better and not doing more

Shannon Waters returns to recap the most recent session of the legislature and then we look the Supreme Court of Canada’s finding that the federal carbon tax is constitutional.

Ep 231: By the power of statutory immunity

Housing Minister David Eby overrules Penticton City Council to keep a supportive housing project open. And Bill C-7 becomes law, expanding Canada’s medical assistance in dying regime.

Ep 230: Steady drip of troubles in CPC HQ

It’s been a bad week and a half of headlines for Erin O’Toole’s Conservatives. Their upcoming convention presents the chance to turn things around or create further headaches for the new leader.

Ep 229: No cannons for kids

John Horgan moves ahead with a dam and unleashes the legislative floodwaters with a raft of new bills.