Everyone knows that Andrew Scheer resigned because of his tuition scandal; what this podcast presupposes is: maybe he didn’t? And the manufactured outrage surrounding Jody Wilson-Raybould’s office.
Andrew “Everybody’s Second Choice” Scheer is no longer the leader of the Conservative Party of Canada. OPPO unpacks the latest in Western Alienation and takes a deep dive into the most significant political resignation of the year.
By popular demand, we take a look at nuclear energy in Canada. Plus a check-in with the bubbling oilsands of resentment that is Western Alienation Corner, and OPPO’s newest segment: Andrew Scheer Leadership Deathwatch.
Jen’s back! And she’s kept a list of the worst election moments. Plus, will the Conservatives kick out Andrew Scheer? And what the rest of Canada needs to know about #Wexit.
What do the federal parties say about LGBTQ issues? (No, we’re not talking about gay marriage). And uh…why is no one talking about foreign policy?
Why does Trudeau want an underwater tunnel to Newfoundland? Who has the biggest battle in British Columbia? OPPO goes east and west for an election view from Canada’s edges.
Justin Trudeau won’t stop saying “Doug Ford” while Andrew Scheer is going to absurd lengths to avoid acknowledging the Ontario Premier’s existence whatsoever. So we take a look at how Doug is playing a role in the federal election.
Could all those images of Trudeau in blackface open the door for a more meaningful campaign?
And we talk Canada’s growing tech scene. What’s it done with federal money—and what are the parties talking about now?
The campaign is on! Finally! Who won the first Trudeau-less debate? And why the other parties should actually listen to the NDP’s wealth tax plan.
More cuts at Canada’s largest newspaper chain; this time to journalistic independence, open discourse, and a healthy work culture. And was the swearing, spitting Scheer supporter part of a media hoax? Former National Post reporter Rebecca Tucker co-hosts.
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