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Ep 61: Minister of Silly Names

Unparliamentary language is threatening our democracy in BC but thankfully Darryl Plecas is there to save us from such profanity. Plus, what does peacekeeping even mean anymore, particularly in light of Ukraine’s request that the UN intervene on their behalf against Russia. And the conversation about supply management we know […]


Ep 60: Stephen Carter rants

Stephen Carter, former co-host of The Strategists podcast and president of QED Marketing Inc, joins us in Vancouver to rant about Alberta politics. http://media.blubrry.com/politicoast/p/feeds.soundcloud.com/stream/352005488-politicoast-ep-60-stephen-carter-rants.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | RSS | More


Ep 59: The Vancouver Special

The BC Utilities Commission has delivered its verdict on the state of the Site C Dam. Why Vancouver needs electoral reform with Keith Poore of 123Vancouver and our interview with newly minted councillor Hector Bremner. Find the full interviews on our Patreon Congrats Lindsay Tedds (our premier sponsor) on your […]


Ep 58: David King’s IDEA for Alberta education

Bill Morneau has a bit of good news this week as he announces smaller than projected deficits, which means the Liberals can continue spending on new and expanded programs. Then we speak to former Alberta Education Minister David King about his new petition for a referendum to end the separate […]


Ep 57: The Mayor’s secret party of disappointment

The results of the Vancouver byelection are in and not even 11% of Vancouverites bothered to vote. Nevertheless, Ian and Scott can surely overanalyze these results to tell you who wins in 2018. Then we get into the BC NDP and Greens battle over ridesharing and whether it will ever […]