Not for Attribution-logo

Not for Attribution

Podcasts >

Not For Attribution is a podcast on politics, government and public policy by the political reporters and columnists at the Winnipeg Free Press. Expect an insider peek at what’s happening in local politics, insights about what’s going on behind the headlines, and feature interviews with leading political voices from past and present, home and away.

Not For Attribution is a podcast on politics, government and public policy by the political reporters and columnists at the Winnipeg Free Press. Expect an insider peek at what’s happening in local politics, insights about what’s going on behind the headlines, and feature interviews with leading political voices from past and present, home and away.
More Information

Location:

Canada

Genres:

Podcasts

Description:

Not For Attribution is a podcast on politics, government and public policy by the political reporters and columnists at the Winnipeg Free Press. Expect an insider peek at what’s happening in local politics, insights about what’s going on behind the headlines, and feature interviews with leading political voices from past and present, home and away.

Language:

English


Episodes

NFA Ep. 7: Live at the WAG

10/9/2019
More
For National Newspaper Week, the Winnipeg Free Press put on a live event for subscribers at the Winnipeg Art Gallery. Editor Paul Samyn moderates a federal election conversation between columnists Dan Lett, Niigaan Sinclair and Tom Brodbeck, and Probe Research principal Mary Agnes Welch. The group also takes audience questions.

Duration:01:10:35

NFA Ep. 6: Indigenous Perspectives of the 2019 Federal Election

10/1/2019
More
Free Press columnist Niigaan Sinclair hosts the first episode of the podcast focused solely on the 2019 federal election. He invites former candidates Rebecca Chartrand and Kevin Chief to talk about Indigenous issues on the campaign and how they represented their Indigenous roots while handling party politics. Three Indigenous youth - Shay-Ann Jolicoeur, Raeden Brichlin and Carter Graveline - who are voting federally for the first time also weigh in about why they will cast ballots.

Duration:00:47:48

NFA Ep. 5: Provincial Election Post-Mortem (and Federal Lookahead)

9/17/2019
More
Free Press columnists Dan Lett, Tom Brodbeck and Niigaan Sinclair, along with legislative reporter Jessica Botelho-Urbanski, unpack the highs and lows of the provincial election campaign. Then, they prepare for six more weeks of election coverage, pivoting to discuss the federal race.

Duration:00:40:43

NFA Ep. 4: The Home Stretch

9/9/2019
More
Free Press reporters Jessica Botelho-Urbanski and Maggie Macintosh pose the same five questions to three of Manitoba's four main political leaders before voters head to the polls Tuesday. (PC Leader Brian Pallister chose not to participate.) Wab Kinew (NDP), Dougald Lamont (Liberal) and James Beddome (Green) offer some insights, including which issues they wish they'd brought up during the campaign and who they'd vote for if they couldn't vote for themselves. Columnist Dan Lett hosts.

Duration:00:22:50

NFA Ep. 3: The Not-So-Great Debate and Gary Filmon

9/3/2019
More
Free Press columnists Dan Lett and Tom Brodbeck, along with legislative reporter Jessica Botelho-Urbanski, discuss the provincial leaders' debate and new Probe Research poll results. Tom sits down with former Tory premier Gary Filmon for a feature interview, chatting about the 1988 snap election and old-school campaigning involving pay phones.

Duration:00:44:15

NFA Ep. 2: Gary Doer and Stuart Murray

8/27/2019
More
Dan Lett and Niigaan Sinclair, along with legislative reporter Jessica Botelho-Urbanski, discuss the second week of the provincial election campaign, which included new polls and a lack of discussion around Indigenous issues by any political party. Former NDP Premier Gary Doer and Progressive Conservative Leader Stuart Murray sit down for a feature interview rehashing behind-the-scenes stories from their 2003 election face-off.

Duration:00:48:04

NFA Ep. 1: Summer Elections and Elizabeth May

8/19/2019
More
Not for Attribution debuts with a recap of the first week (and a bit) of Manitoba's provincial election campaign and a feature interview with federal Green Party Leader Elizabeth May. Host Dan Lett is joined this week by Perspectives Editor Brad Oswald, columnist Tom Brodbeck and legislative reporter Jessica Botelho-Urbanski.

Duration:00:31:18