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Ep 89: Potpourri pipelines and Ontario election hot takes

A grab-bag of bcpoli news including pipelines, electoral reform and more. Plus we end with our first reactions to the Ontario election results as they broke.

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Ep 88: Wars of trade and electoral reform

Canada and the USA go to war over steel, maple syrup and toilet paper. Meanwhile details emerge about BC’s fall electoral referendum and we check in on the state of the Ontario election with TVO’s John Michael McGrath.

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Correction from our emergency podcast:

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Segment 1: Trade war, what is it good for?

Segment 2: Electoral reform to the moon
at 13m22s

Segment 3: What the fuck Ontario?
at 30m32s

Quick take
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  • Indigenous groups express interest in Trans Mountain pipeline

Best of BC Poli
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Emergency Podcast: Canada buys Trans Mountain pipeline

The Government of Canada announced it will drop $4.5 billion to buy the Trans Mountain Expansion Pipeline, will provide a loan to restart construction immediately and will fund the project to completion if it has to before selling it off. It’s a big deal so we brought you an emergency podcast.

Ep 87: A very litigious week

Rachel Notley uses the Western Premiers Meeting to try again to make the case for the Transmountain Pipeline while BC files suit against her Bill 12. Kinder Morgan also won two more lawsuits while they face another. Then, we turn our attention to the first year of Andrew Scheer’s leadership over the Conservative Party of Canada.

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Segment 1: We can’t walk and chew gum at the same time

Segment 2: A Scheer Year
at 13m30s

Quick takes
at 28m46s

#bestofbcpoli
at 36m39s

Ep 86: Emails in the pipeline

The BC NDP are in hot water for deleted emails by senior staff and cabinet ministers. And the federal government looks to indemnify the Kinder Morgan pipeline from BC judicial actions.

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Segment 1: But the emails!

Segment 2: More pipeline stuff
at 11m46s

Quick takes
at 22m02s