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Ep 50: The Live Show!

Our live show turned into an extended edition! In the first forty minutes, we talk to political scientist David Moscrop about the ongoing John A MacDonald naming controversies and the NDP leadership race. In the remainder of the show, we welcome the crew of Pod Keep Our Land to talk about the BC Liberals leadership race and the federal cabinet shuffle and shadow cabinet.

Thanks for helping make 50 episodes possible, we can’t wait to do more!

Ep 49: Evan Balgord on right wing extremism

Evan Balgord, freelance journalist for CANADALAND and Torontoist, joins us to talk right wing extremism and anti-Muslim bigotry in BC and across Canada. Then we catch up on a smorgasbord of stories from BC and federal politics.

Don’t forget to join us next week for our Ep 50 Live Show! Yagger’s Downtown Vancouver at 7pm on August 31. RSVP on Facebook or Eventbrite


Ep 48: Countering white supremacy

Ian and Scott are back together to catch up on all things BC and Canadian politics. Then they discuss the upcoming anti-racist march in Vancouver with two of the organizers of the rally.

The interview starts at 34:08.

Find details for the rally on Facebook.

Also: We have a special live episode coming up for our 50th episode! Join us at Yagger’s Downtown on August 31st at 7PM. More details to come and you can RSVP on Facebook or on EventBrite (if you hate Facebook)


Ep 47: Ian’s Ottawa Adventure

Ian’s in Ottawa this week so we have a special episode with two interviews. First, Ian spoke with Evidence for Democracy Executive Director Katie Gibbs about the politics of science in Canada. Then, we have a clip from the latest episode of The Docket, where Ian discusses the Trinity Western University case before the Supreme Court of Canada with lawyers Michael Spratt and Emilie Taman.

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Listen to Ian’s appearance on The Boys in Short Pants

Ep 46: Lindsay Tedds

We spoke with University of Victoria professor Lindsay Tedds about all things taxes and economics and then a quick listen to some of the highlight policies from Jean Swanson’s candidacy announcement for Vancouver City Council.