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.
Is the press protecting the liberal party? And the debate about climate change somehow continues and Elections Canada suggested we might not be allowed to have it. Former crown prosecutor and National Observer contributor Sandy Garossino co-hosts.
The two most “difficult” women in Ottawa join us for an in-depth talk about policy, politics, the “most dysfunctional place” to work in the country, and that whole SNC-Lavalin thing.
She and Jody Wilson-Raybould sit down with OPPO
As one of Canada’s most beloved radio personalities leaves the job she’s held for 17 seasons, who could possibly have anything negative to say? Also, Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott have finally revealed their schemes to… run as independents. And should media unions have a say in deciding who gets federal media funding?
The Alberta election was Jason Kenney’s to lose, and with bozos raining down like a nauseating Vesuvius, it looks like he just might. And in the wake of the SNC-Lavalin scandal, there are now 21 MPs who aren’t members of the three major parties. How did it get this way, and what kind of influence can they wield?
If there’s one lesson we can take away from what’s happened with Jody Wilson-Raybould, it’s to tape all of your calls. And what’s more important to the Trudeau Liberals: reconciliation or cold hard donations?
Collusion? Obstruction? Why can’t Canadians stay focused on the domestic scandal? And what does the dawn of Apple News+ mean for Canadian media?
Gerry Butts breaks his silence on SNC-Lavalin. And the thing that Andrew Scheer can get away with, but Jagmeet Singh cannot. Paul Wells co-hosts.
Justin Ling was wrong. Listen to Jen Gerson deservedly drag him over the coals as they unpack the latest in the SNC-Lavalin scandal in this bonus episode.
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