For our 50th episode, we have 50 demands for the government.
The former deputy leader of the Conservative Party just lost her seat. She opens up about what went wrong in the election.
A look at the smaller parties’ fates, a farewell to Elizabeth May, and the cabinet prediction that’s giving Justin nightmares.
It’s a pre-election bonus OPPO! We talk about the party platforms and issues that actually matter to Indigenous peoples this election.
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?
For almost a century, the Irving family has run New Brunswick like a personal fiefdom. They own the newspapers, the industry, and, according to some, even the government. So how does a single family come to so thoroughly dominate an entire province? And what happens when that family starts to fracture and split apart at the seams?
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.
Cheryl Thompson joins to help walk us through Canada’s history with blackface and why this story is not about race.
Canada is a country ruled by dynasties — political, commercial and criminal. In the first episode of our new series, we bring you the story of an eccentric, billionaire patriarch; his famous, charismatic daughter; a fire-breathing monument the size of the Statue of Liberty; and the battle over one of Canada’s great business empires.
Canoe-borne bandits strike an underwater town. A new generation of wealthy lobstermen is minted. An island disappears. And hellfire engulfs a highway jammed with broken heroes on a last chance power drive. Just another normal day amidst Canada’s climate catastrophe. Featured in this episode: Catherine Griwkowsky (Alberta Today), Brendan Kennedy (Toronto Star), Keith Stewart (Greenpeace), … Continued
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