Bell holds the contract for a prison phone system described as “prohibitive, predatory, and outdated”
Our colleagues at COMMONS have a new season of their podcast called DYNASTIES, all about the powerful families that run Canada. Today, we’re sharing their episode about the rise of the Fords.
While the public has loudly protested funding cuts to areas like education and autism support, cuts to arts and culture have gotten less attention. So how are the arts doing under the Ford Government? What are they supporting? And what art does Doug Ford actually like?
In the month since the budget was released, we’ve gotten a lot more details about the Ford Government’s cuts. The environment has been hit hard. We look at how some of Ford’s biggest cheerleaders are reacting. And we find a glimmer of hope.
With the election of Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party in Alberta, the national alliance of conservative premiers has gained a key member in its battle against the federal Liberals. In this episode, we take look at what’s going on in Canada from coast to coast to coast.
The Ford Government’s first budget is out. They call it “Protecting What Matters Most.” We spend eight hours locked in a room with bureaucrats, reporters and cheap pizza to find out what exactly does matter most to Doug, once you put a dollar sign on it.
For two decades, he’s controlled public institutions and bragged about his connections to organized crime. So who exactly is the King of Cabbagetown?
In the eleven years that Marolyn Morrison was the mayor of Caledon, Ontario, she faced down deep-pocketed developers, mafia enforcers and corrupt federal officials. When millions of dollars are at stake, things get heated.
Welcome to Wag the Doug, a pop-up podcast about Doug Ford.
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