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A Canadian politics podcast from the West Coast.

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A Canadian politics podcast from the West Coast.

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Hot Canadian Political Commentary

By @CharoneF - May 20 2017
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Charone here from the Habeas Humor podcast. Smart guys, very interesting political analysis. (And I think saying aboot is kinda hot)

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3 Ratings
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3
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Hot Canadian Political Commentary

By @CharoneF - May 20 2017
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Charone here from the Habeas Humor podcast. Smart guys, very interesting political analysis. (And I think saying aboot is kinda hot)

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PolitiCoast

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A Canadian politics podcast from the West Coast.

Ep 160: Promises and Platforms

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In our final pre-election episode, we break down platforms of the four main national parties. The Cambie Report’s Matthew Naylor returns to discuss the highlights and lowlights of the platforms and what they tell us about the state of Canadian politics.

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Election day is Monday, October 21st. Go Vote!

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Liberal Party Platform

Conservative Party Platform

New Democratic Party Platform

Green Party Platform

Oct 19 2019

1hr 21mins

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Ep 159 – It’s Debatable

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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 

Oct 11 2019

1hr 18mins

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Ep 158A – A Lot Can Happen on a Friday

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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

Oct 05 2019

12mins

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Ep 158 – Back to the Leg

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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

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Oct 05 2019

1hr 31mins

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Ep 155: Writs Are Dropping Like They’re Hot

Sep 14 2019

1hr 1min

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Ep 154: How Many Greens Are There?

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Stewart Prest joins Scott to break down the BC Utility Commission’s inquiry report on gas prices and kerfuffle between the NDP and the Green Party over 14-ish former New Brunswick NDP candidates.

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Segment 1: Gas Price Inquiry
At 1:20

Segment 2: No Decent Prospects
At 12:45

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At 35:30

Sep 07 2019

51mins

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Ep 153: Ian’s going to sit out this awful election

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Ian and Scott go through the latest pre-election news before Ian takes off on parental leave. But before that they also answer listener questions in an extended AMA lightning round.

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Segment 1: This awful election

Segment 2: AMA
at 17m10s

Cdn taxpayers fed @kris_sims: Yes, it’s a silly stunt but that’s because we think the premier calling a @BCUtilitiesCom inquiry into gas prices is silly’ – inquiry report comes out tomorrow. She asks: “Mirror mirror who can cause gas prices to fall?”#bcpoli pic.twitter.com/myEXWVqjcE

— LizaYuzda (@LizaYuzda) August 29, 2019

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at 49m06s

Aug 30 2019

56mins

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Ep 152: Calling the Question on SNC

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Call the Question’s Maria Dobrinskya and Lesli Boldt join us to talk about whether climate change is a partisan issue, the Liberals closing down the ethics committee again and whether politicians can change their mind.

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Segment 1: Is climate change a partisan issue?
at 8m11s

Segment 2: The ethics committee
at 17m22s

Segment 3: Can politicians change their mind?
at 24m39s

Nantel said "religious symbols" are "incompatible" with power, with "Quebec values". So he joins Elizabeth May's Green Party. Anyone see anything wrong with this picture? And I mean literally – *this* – picture: https://t.co/pPK9BaAICr

— Robert Jago (@rjjago) August 19, 2019

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Aug 23 2019

55mins

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