This Facebook group gets more engagement than the Toronto Star and the Globe and Mail combined.
Our quest to get to know all the Conservative leadership contenders continues with Tony Clement and Maxime Bernier.
Libertarian Matt Bufton does not want to be lumped in with Conservatives; a story of a Brenna Kannick’s death in remand; the NDP proposed a bill to create gender equity (nearly) on the ballot.
Should a politician’s voting record prevent her from speaking up about sexism? Why protestors were living inside the offices of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada across the country. And Mike Duffy’s acquitted. Jane Lytvenenko joins Supriya Dwivedi.
Desmond and Supriya speak to Conservative MP Michelle Rempel about heckling in the House of Commons.
Andray wants to know what a party in the opposition can actually do, so he talks to Ray Martin, the former Leader of the Offiical Opposition for Alberta.
He also talks about the future of the Conservative Party with Mark Warner – a candidate who was ousted in 2007 – and Tasha Kheiriddin – a conservative who’s been critical of Stephen Harper.
Cartoonist and conservative commentator J.J. McCullough tells Andray and Desmond why he’s voting Conservative in this election. It gets uncomfortable.
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