Fundraising scandals continue to plague the Trudeau Liberals, particularly as new controversy surrounds the Trudeau Foundation. Next, Micah calls in to add a legal take on BC NDP leader John Horgan’s claim that the federal government would have to invoke the notwithstanding clause to force the Kinder Morgan Pipeline through. Then we take another look at the state of the Conservative leadership race, Christy Clark’s new home loans program, the City of Vancouver’s decision to use a new property tax levy to tackle the overdose crisis and the federal government’s study into expanding access to assisted dying.
Lots to cover in our second-to-last episode for 2016. Join us next week for our year-in-review fall finale!
- Justin Trudeau insists fundraiser attendees hold no special sway on policy
- NDP promise to table bill to make LPC ethical guidelines law
- Dan Miller breaks with John Horgan on pipelines
- Conservative Party leadership poll
- Kellie Leitch Promises Citizen Referendums
- O’Toole promises to defend supply management
- Martha Hall Findlay: Supply management paper referenced
- Dying With Dignity Canada take on new assisted dying study