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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Eby. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Eby, often where they are interviewed.

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18 of The Best Podcast Episodes for David Eby. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about David Eby, often where they are interviewed.

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Attorney General David Eby on lack of federal support on laundering

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It is now well documented the impact money laundering has had on this province. We chat with David Eby, Attorney General - on why there has been so little in the way of federal support.

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Nov 26 2020 · 10mins
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David Eby, BC NDP | 2020 BC Election Series

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Today we're lucky to have on Mr. David Eby, QC, BC NDP candidate for Vancouver - Point Grey. David is our first guest on this snap election series, where we’ll be interviewing candidates from around the Lower Mainland. In this episode, we covered: - The decision to call a snap election, and the criticism that has received; - What winning looks like for the NDP, and what it would mean for BC - Two of David’s signature issues: money laundering and BC’s opposition to pipelines.

Sep 29 2020 · 51mins

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B.C. Attorney General David Eby On Expedited Restaurant Industry Legislation, The Role Of Government Policy In Canada And Phase Three Moving Forward

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Now brought to you by Scout Magazine.

Today’s episode is big for us as we were beyond thrilled to have British Columbia’s Attorney General David Eby on the podcast to discuss the new restaurant and bar wholesale pricing parameters his office released last week. This new pricing, with restaurants and bars receiving 20-25% off what they currently pay, is something the industry has been clamouring for a long time now. Eby expounds on what the specifics are, how long they will be implemented, how this process unfolded and much, much more.

This is big news for a restaurant community which has had a rough go of things because of COVID - 19. We cannot underscore how massive this is. These new pricing measures should help many establishments moving forward. July 31st will be a monumental day for the industry. Kudos to David and his team for getting this done.

We hope you enjoy this one. David is fantastic.

Also, we apologize for the kettle hissing with David's audio. The joys of virtual recording are never perfect. Sadly, we weren't able to fix this.

***Just a note. Jamie accidentally says that the Juneteenth march was on the 17th, when it was in fact the 19th. We apologize for this error.

**Here's a link to the press release from last week if you'd like to read more on it.

https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/british-columbia/liquor-wholsesale-bc-covid-19-1.5614708

Here's a link to David's office. He mentions at the end that if you have any questions for his office, that he's more than happy to answer them. We love this.

https://www.leg.bc.ca/learn-about-us/members/41st-Parliament/Eby-David
***Scout is one of Vancouver’s leading food and culture magazines. If you’re wanting to learn more about the city’s food and cultural sphere with regards to community news, new restaurant openings, essential guides to some of the city’s best offerings as well as who’s hiring, Scout is where you should go. They also have a sister website called Islandist. Same type of content only Island driven. That’s Islandist.ca.
We’re proud to have Scout as our presenting sponsor as we believe what they “Scout out” is an excellent compliment to what we’re offering here with Track and Food. Do check them out.
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Jun 24 2020 · 57mins
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Colourful Calls: BC Attorney General David Eby

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Mo calls BC Attorney General David Eby to talk about yoga, patio season in Vancouver during the COVID-19 crisis, liquor discounts for restaurants, booze and cannabis delivery, and the Cullen Commission.

Also, check out David Eby’s This is VANCOLOUR episode (#56) from November 2019.
May 18 2020 · 14mins

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Ep. 011: David Eby on BC's COVID-19 response

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#BCPoliTalk is examining the issues that shape the political landscape of British Columbia.

BC, along with the rest of the world, is in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic. What is the provincial government’s plans to deal with this situation? We chat with attorney general David Eby to seek some much-needed answers.

That, and so much more.

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#BCPoliTalk is a partnered program of Conversations That Matter.

This show is produced by Oh Boy Productions, video production, podcast and vidcast specialists located in Vancouver.

To find out more, go to http://www.ohboy.ca

Mar 21 2020 · 28mins
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David Eby Mar 3

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Talking about the changes being made for ICBC.
Mar 03 2020 · 10mins
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David Eby Feb 11

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Talking about the changes made to ICBC.
Feb 13 2020 · 13mins
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#56 - BC Attorney General David Eby (BC NDP)

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David Eby, Q.C. is the Minister of Justice and the Attorney General of British Columbia. He is also responsible for gambling policy, liquor policy, and the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). As a member of the BC NDP, he represents the riding of Vancouver-Point Grey, where he was first elected as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of British Columbia by defeating then-Premier Christy Clark.
Nov 18 2019 · 1hr 14mins
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Attorney General of B.C. David Eby

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Taking the show on the road, and setting up at the offices of the Attorney General of British Columbia, Bert is joined on the hot mic by Minister David Eby. An NDP MLA, he was re-elected to the legislature in 2017, following a more than noteworthy defeat in 2013 of then Premier Christy Clark by a margin of 785 votes, in the riding of Vanouver-Point Grey - a riding previously held by fellow Liberal Premier Gordon Campbell. Eby previously worked with the Pivot Legal Society, in the downtown eastside, which he then followed as the executive director of the British Columbia Civil Liberties Association, through 2012, before being elected into provincial politics.

As the Attorney General of British Columbia, he recently worked to overhaul ICBC, an action that had been long-time necessary, but which has been met by a lukewarm reception from younger drivers, who have seen an increase in their yearly rates. He also oversaw the on-budget $57.1 million construction of a new centralized distribution center for liquor and cannabis. With the addition of the latter through national legalization, Bert speaks to the Attorney General about the challenges the province has faced with implementing a safe and efficient roll out of both licensed retailers and product to British Columbians, while also acknowledging the significant work that still needs to be done, on both fronts.

License to Chill with Bert Hick is recorded live at Studio 710, in downtown Vancouver, and produced by JadeMaple. For more information, check out RisingTideConsultants.ca

Nov 11 2019 · 37mins
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Talking Taxes with Attorney General David Eby

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Unsurprisingly, David Eby (Attorney General of BC and MLA for Vancouver-Point Grey) is a very busy person. He agreed to forty five minutes on the mic, so I decided to ask some hard hitting questions about the new property taxes that will be impacting BC and Vancouver residents. The BC NDP passed a raft of new taxes designed to address two problems with our housing market: affordability and money laundering. David Eby and BC Finance Minister Carole James suggest that laundered money funded $5.3B in BC real estate purchases in 2018, contributing to BC’s staggeringly high home prices.However, there has been some criticism with the roll out of these new taxes, and as a BC homeowner, I had some questions myself. Are these taxes actually preventing foreign purchases? Can we accurately detect who the speculators are? In this episode, David Eby fields questions about the speculation tax, the school tax, and the foreign home buyer tax. He also talks about the public registry, and what it means for beneficial ownership.
Sep 05 2019 · 42mins
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