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In this era of knee-jerk partisanship and decision-based evidence making, the currency of actual ideas has become sadly devalued in Canadian politics. Veteran broadcaster Jo-Ann Roberts is changing all that with People, Politics and Planet, a wide-ranging audio journey through some fascinating political terrain where you’ll meet some of the country’s most thought-provoking policy innovators. Sure, they mostly lean towards Green – but, as Jo-Ann finds out, that’s where the all interesting stu ...
 
PrimeTime Politics is a comprehensive round-up of the day in Canadian politics, from breaking stories to developments on longstanding issues. Key moments, feature interviews, panels, in-depth analysis and more. It’s the day in an hour. Peter is one of the most well-known political journalists in Canada, a distinctive and popular personality with close to four decades as both reporter and anchor. He joined CPAC in 2001, where he began his continuing stint as host of PrimeTime Politics, CPAC’s ...
 
CPAC Today in Politics starts each weekday in Canadian politics with the latest news headlines, a summary of topical opinions from columnists, editorialists and pundits and a preview of the day’s events and activities. Hosted by veteran writer and broadcaster Mark Sutcliffe, CPAC Today in Politics provides you with the information you need to understand what’s driving public policy and political decision-making and tells you what to watch for in the day ahead. A broadcaster, writer and entre ...
 
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This week we are joined by a very special guest, Greg, the host of Youtube’s How To Drink. We discuss the cross border shenanigans, startups and gangsters who saw an opportunity in running Canadian booze to the US. We had a blast with Greg, and his expert knowledge on the history of booze was fascinating.…
 
Canada reaches a critical juncture in the fight against COVID-19; Erin O’Toole calls on the federal government to ban Huawei, and take a tougher line with China; And waiting for an update on the country’s finances as we deal with the uncertainty of the pandemic.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Peter Van Dusen previews U.S. election results – and what it means for Canada – with Maryscott Greenwood (Canadian American Business Council and Crestview Strategy) and former Canadian diplomat Colin Robertson (Canadian Global Affairs Institute).Is the federal government doing enough to help small businesses survive COVID-19? We hear from MPs Adam …
 
Today we are joined by TV pundit Laura Babcock in Hamilton Canada, journalist Emma Burnell London and by hellraiser and fire starter Doug Levy in San Francisco, America. In a week that has seen the world hold its breath in anticipation of next weeks US election we ask How will the outcome of next week's US election affect Canadian politics and what…
 
A warning that vaccine timelines are far from certain; Could posturing over COVID-19 signal a possible spring election?; And looking for clarity and consistency from all levels of government when it comes to Christmas gatherings.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Ontario’s Auditor General criticizes the province’s response to the pandemic; Mexico’s ambassador responds to comments from Conservatives in the House of Commons; And the federal government tables a bill that would legalize single-event sports betting.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
We have big news! Join Rhys and Jesse for a unique, exclusive, live stream event to help feed Canadians missing out this Holiday Season. For only $15, you get access to a 90 minute live record special episode. You will also be able to chat and participate, where the team is ready for all your questions and input. Held on December the 11th at 8pm (A…
 
Ontario premier Doug Ford says General Rick Hillier will lead the province’s distribution task force once a vaccine is available; Will Canadians be getting a vaccine at the same time that other countries will?; And the federal government responds to concerns from some small businesses about the fairness of lockdowns.…
 
Some provinces set new COVID-19 records today, while a pair of provinces decide to leave the Atlantic bubble. Peter Van Dusen has the latest with Dr. Lisa Barrett, a Dalhousie University researcher and infectious diseases physician. Small businesses can begin applying for the new federal rent subsidy, but many in and around Toronto are chafing at n…
 
Strong signals from the Prime Minister as the holiday season approaches; As Joe Biden picks his Cabinet and prepares to take office, what kind of relationship will his administration have with Justin Trudeau?; And Canada strikes a trade deal with a post-Brexit United Kingdom.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Did you know Canada and Denmark have been in a bitter border dispute for decades. An icy rock has been the site of terrible acts of aggression between the nations, including the sarcastic exchange of gifts, ripping up flags and other immature hijinks.Jesse Harley, Rhys Waters / Frequency Podcast Network
 
Martin Stringer welcomes a panel of MPs to debate the federal COVID-19 response and what comes next: John Barlow (Conservative), Don Davies (NDP), and Arif Virani (Liberal). Also: analysis from journalists Kristy Kirkup (The Globe and Mail) and Niigaan Sinclair (Winnipeg Free Press).Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
The Prime Minister holds a closed-door meeting with opposition counterparts after learning that the national pandemic modelling shows the crisis is getting worse; Justin Trudeau says the world must stand up to China; And claims from a former Supreme Court justice that the RCMP tolerates “misogynistic, racist, and homophobic attitudes”…
 
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh joins Peter Van Dusen to discuss today’s COVID-19 briefing with public health officials, the prime minister, and other party leaders. Heritage Minister Steven Guilbeault faces questions on the government’s new climate change bill and timeline for reducing emissions. Also: analysis from political observers Omar Khan, Kiavash…
 
A Conservative motion calling on the government to make a decision on Huawei passes in the House of Commons; Tory MPs call for stricter rules after learning that Andrew Scheer employed members of his family; And the Health Minister faces questions about why Canada has yet to approve home testing kits for COVID-19.…
 
Peter Van Dusen welcomes Dr. Isaac Bogoch, a University of Toronto infectious disease specialist, to discuss the latest COVID-19 vaccine developments. MPs debated an NDP bill on universal pharmacare. We hear from John Barlow (Conservative), Don Davies (NDP), and Darren Fisher (Liberal).Scott Jones, head of the Canadian Centre for Cyber Security, ta…
 
Today we are joined by writer Mic Wright in Norwich, the Ex deputy head of policy for the Liberal Democrats Steve O’Neil in Brixton, writer Emma Burnell in Walthamstow and Political commentator and favoured Trump tweeter Mike Holden in Burnley In a week that has seen the UK Prepare for a low-key Christmas, we turn to the UK for a deep dive into Bri…
 
The Prime Minister asks Canadians to hold on for a few more months; Questions about Andrew Scheer’s use of taxpayer money to hire family members; And a warning that the Access to Information situation at the RCMP may soon be past the point of no return.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Despite the milestone of 300,000 cases of COVID-19 infection across the country, the Trudeau government refuses to invoke the Emergency Measures Act.Also on the show: how tired are Canadians of this pandemic? Members of Parliament tell us about their experience on the ground.Finally, a foray into post-COVID China in the midst of an economic boom wi…
 
The Green Party calls on Justin Trudeau to appoint a national task force on COVID-19; The Liberals agree to a legal review of some WE Charity documents; And a ban on the sale of new gas-powered vehicles starting in 2035 as part of Quebec’s green economy plan.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Is it time for a national pandemic strategy? Peter Van Dusen hears from Amir Attaran, a University of Ottawa law and public health professor. Green Leader Annamie Paul discusses her call for a national COVID-19 task force, and what her party wants to see in upcoming climate accountability legislation.And journalists Joël Denis Bellavance (La Presse…
 
This week we discuss the Quebec municipal councillor who is flexible on what shape the earth is, but also has some whacky idea’s on Islam. We explore Canada’s surprising history with flat earth theories.Jesse Harley, Rhys Waters / Frequency Podcast Network
 
Warnings that Ontario could see thousands of new daily cases of COVID-19 if no further action is taken to curb the pandemic; Quebec considers temporary school closures to slow the spread of the coronavirus; And Western Canada’s Maverick Party plans to model itself on the Bloc Québécois.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Jarret Kobek author of The future won't be long and the I hate the internet in Los Angeles, political scientist Jane Junn in southern California, constitutional law professor Corey Brettschneider in New York and by former senate staffer Clint Loshe in DC discuss last weeks US election with Roifield. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out inf…
 
What does a Joe Biden presidency mean for Canada?; The effects government decisions are having in the fight against COVID-19; And no federal help for airlines, unless they offer their customers full refunds.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
In 1914 in a city called Berlin (now Kitchener, Ontario) a bronze bust of Kaiser Wilhelm I was stolen and thrown into a nearby lake. The resulting violence and mystery disappearance of the statue remains unsolved today. Also, Rhys and Jesse develop a new app that’s known as the ‘Pokemon Go of Contentious Statues’.…
 
Joseph Biden is the President-elect of the United States, he and his and running mate Kamala Harris defeated President Donald Trump in the 2020 United States Presidential election. We ask why didn't the Democrats do better and what comes next? See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.…
 
What rules work – or don’t work – for containing COVID-19 as Canadians cope with thousands more new cases today? Martin Stringer welcomes Raywat Deonandan, an epidemiologist and University of Ottawa associate professor. Political observers Ashton Arsenault, Marcella Munro, and Susan Smith offer their thoughts on the week. And we hear from journalis…
 
Canadians, and their political leaders, continue to closely follow the results of the American election; The Prime Minister speaks with the French President after criticism over his response to recent attacks in France; And a record deficit in the first Ontario budget since the pandemic began.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Reaction from Canada’s political leaders as the votes continue to be counted in the United States; The Conservatives call for more clarity on the government’s finances; And the NDP proposes a tax on the ultra-wealthy.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
What does the election uncertainty mean for Canada-U.S. relations, and for Canadian business? Peter Van Dusen welcomes Bessma Momani (University of Waterloo), Christopher Sands (Canada Institute, Wilson Center), and Perrin Beatty (president and CEO of the Canadian Chamber of Commerce). Yves Giroux, the parliamentary budget officer, outlines a pair …
 
Peter Van Dusen welcomes Dr. Theresa Tam, Canada’s chief public health officer, for a conversation on rising COVID-19 numbers, vaccines, and criticism of the official response.Winnipeg Mayor Brian Bowman discusses the COVID-19 situation in his city, which has new restrictions in place to halt the surge in cases.And we hear from our Monday journalis…
 
Jane Junn is an American political scientist. She is the University of Southern California Associates Chair in Social Sciences, and a professor of political science and gender studies. She studies public opinion, political behaviour, and survey methodology, including work on the relationship between education and public participation, Asian America…
 
Could we soon face tougher restrictions to deal with the pandemic?; Another motion, and more questions, are expected from the Conservatives this week; And Canada gets ready for the outcome of tomorrow’s U.S. presidential election.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
Ever heard the rumour that Family Day was born from one Premier’s guilt over his sons run in with Cocaine? We did, so we decided to talk about it. Also, Rhys shares the many, many, many different Welsh words for rain.Jesse Harley, Rhys Waters / Frequency Podcast Network
 
It’s a Halloween Bonus Episode! Listener beware you’re in for a scare. In this short twisted tale we excite your senses with the power of audio on this Hallows eve. However, beware! One listen and you may never feel the same again.Jesse Harley, Rhys Waters / Frequency Podcast Network
 
Immigration Minister Marco Mendicino joins Martin Stringer to discuss the government’s intake plan for the next three years.Colin Furness, a public health expert at the University of Toronto, analyzes the federal government’s new COVID-19 modelling.And journalists Bob Fife (The Globe and Mail) and Tonda MacCharles (Toronto Star) review the week in …
 
Canada’s public health agency says a federal election during the pandemic would be difficult, but possible; Jagmeet Singh says we don’t need an inquiry into for-profit long-term care homes, because the evidence already exists; And disappointment from the Bloc Québécois to the Conservative Party’s reaction to a bill demanding an apology for the use …
 
NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh joins Peter Van Dusen to discuss his repeated call for an end to for-profit long-term care homes -- starting with a chain of facilities connected to the federal government.Dan Kelly (Canadian Federation of Independent Business) talks about how the second wave of COVID-19 is hitting small businesses. Political observers Omar…
 
The government will continue to spend heavily to fight the effects of the pandemic; The Conservatives plan to vote against a Bloc Québécois motion calling for an official apology for the October Crisis detentions; And a vote on banning conversion therapy exposes divisions within the Conservative caucus.…
 
Canada’s chief public health officer released her annual report today, with the COVID-19 pandemic leading Dr. Theresa Tam to recommend a number of policy changes. Peter Van Dusen has reaction from MPs John Barlow (Conservative), Don Davies (NDP), and Darren Fisher (Liberal), along with Dr. Andrew Boozary (University Health Network and University of…
 
Since 2016, polling has become somewhat of a controversial topic in the world of politics. Some Democrats have their concerns because of the pure shock of Donald Trump's victory in 2016, while some Republicans distrust polls because they have recently shown President Trump down considerable margins in key states. Despite this, public opinion instit…
 
Justin Trudeau says what we do at Christmas depends on what we do now; Has Canada passed a tipping point with more than 10,000 deaths from COVID-19?; And a new poll suggests most Canadians don’t want an election until at least 2022.Cable Public Affairs Channel (CPAC)
 
What’s the danger of “pandemic fatigue” in Canada, and why is it happening? Peter Van Dusen talks to Dr. Raywat Deonandan, an epidemiologist and University of Ottawa professor. Families, Children, and Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen discusses the government’s plan for “rapid affordable housing.”Murray Mandryk, a columnist with the Regina L…
 
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