How did the Liberals win the election? Author Susan Delacourt knows.
In this dissection of election media coverage, Macleans’s Laura Payton peers in while Jesse holds the knife.
Kady O’Malley might be the 1st Canadian journalist who gets paid, primarily, to report the news via Twitter. Ottawa Citizen calls her Canada’s first mobile-focused political journalist. Jesse and Kady discuss social media journalism and the relationship between journalists and politicians.
Robert Jago of Some Random Political Blog and Simren Sandhu of The True North Times tackle the Munk Debate and Jon Kay’s profile of Justin Trudeau.
Mark Bourrie talks dirty campaign moves, Jeffrey Simpson’s 10,000 word Globe and Mail piece, and the credibility of polls.
Andray Domise and Desmond Cole talk campaign ads with Jen Gerson and Scott Matthews. Featuring a special guest appearance from Andray’s grandma.
Desmond Cole follows a Green Party candidate and his volunteers as they door-knock in the riding of Toronto-Danforth.
Septembre Anderson and Naomi Sayers tell Desmond Cole what they think women’s issues are, and what they make of how they’re treated in our politics.
Cartoonist and conservative commentator J.J. McCullough tells Andray and Desmond why he’s voting Conservative in this election. It gets uncomfortable.
We’ve never seen one like this before. Desmond Cole is back to talk three-way races, minority governments and party cooperation with Paul Fairie (@paulisci) and Mychaylo Prystupa (@Mychaylo). Plus, Andray Domise is reticent to embrace coalitions.
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