Stewart Prest returns to discuss John Horgan's plans for a new cabinet and throne speech and Dr Henry's new order mandating masks be worn in public.
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We look at what the US election results might mean for BC and Canada, and what to expect when we finally finish counting our own votes here in BC.
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Laurie Throness is out as the (almost) cap to an event week in the election. We look at how that happened, the controversy with fellow BC Liberal Jane Thronthwaite and each party's performance in the leader's debate.
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Stewart Prest joins us to talk the latest policies from BC's parties, including the NDP's platform. Then we get into the results of the federal Green leadership race.
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Sonia Furstenau narrowly wins the BC Green leadership contest, the province rolls out its $1.5B recovery package and election speculation goes to 11.
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Lawyer Micah Goldberg joins Ian & Matthew to break down the Park Board's new camping bylaw. Plus NPA drama, housing impasse at city council and byelections in Burnaby.
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We look at the state of scientific integrity in BC with Evidence for Democracy's Tej Heer and touch on the latest political fundraising numbers.
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