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Ep 159 – It’s Debatable

Call the Question’s Maria Dobrinskaya returns to discuss the Legislature’s busy first week and what effect the debate will have on the election.

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Segment 1: A Busy First Week

Segment 2: The Election 

Ep 158A – A Lot Can Happen on a Friday

On this addendum to Episode 158 Scott breaks down the two big news stories that broke after recording Ep 158, the resignation of Minister of Citizen Services Jinny Sim and the Conservative Party dropping their candidate in Burnaby-North Seymour.

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Segment 1: Jinny Sim Resigns

Segment 2: Burnaby-North Seymour

Ep 158 – Back to the Leg

BC Today’s Shannon Waters returns to discuss the Legislature’s return, why loggers and small towns are mad at the government, and what to make of the federal election campaign at the halfway mark.

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Segment 1: Back to the Leg

Segment 2: The Election Continues

Quick Takes:

Ep 157: #FakeStraws

Erin Rennie returns to the podcast to discuss the Climate Strike and the lastest in the federal election.

Ep 156: The Trudeau Scandal

The blackface scandal enveloping the Liberal reelection campaign and the latest in the Woodchipper Saga.