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.
Privy Council Office circulated article from less-than-credible Buffalo Chronicle as though it were a legitimate news story
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.
Collusion? Obstruction? Why can’t Canadians stay focused on the domestic scandal? And what does the dawn of Apple News+ mean for Canadian media?
The Alberta election is around the corner and, in characteristic fashion, it is looking bananas. And we read the federal budget so you don’t have to. Plus, an update on the scandal that keeps giving.
Finally, some serious news from the OPPO team.
Imagine how different our country would be if newspaper columns and TV panels weren’t dominated by former political staffers and lobbyists
Yet people who should know better keep sharing their stuff
While we’re all busy talking about the propriety of the SNC-Lavalin affair, it bears revisiting the company’s sordid past. Also, how is the media culpable for whitewashing reconciliation? And Pizzagate comes to Canada.
What’s going to be the downfall of the Trudeau administration? It might not be the scandal you’re thinking of. Then again, it might be that scandal.
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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