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Best NDP podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best NDP podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Transition Talk is a podcast about dental practice transitions. LIke we do for our clients, in this podcast, we will provide guidance, tips, and real-life scenarios (both good and bad) to encourage you and to help you navigate the sometimes-messy path to dental practice ownership!
 
"No Disrespect" is made up of NYC based comedians, Michael Vecchione and Justin Silver. These two overly sensitive, highly volatile, guidos, struggle with their own narcissism and self importance, while constantly striving for perfection, making them the fastest rising podcast on the Gas Digital Network. These loving, but combative best friends, use their platform to teach, inspire, and entertain listeners/viewers worldwide and across the globe. Producer, Shannon Lee tries to maintain order ...
 
Criminal lawyer Michael Spratt and legal expert Emilie Taman discuss issues at the intersection of law, politics, and policy. What happens in our courts and the halls of power affects you. Feed your brain with answers to your most burning political and legal questions. Check out more at: www.michaelspratt.com And join the Docket's discord channel to chat and listen to live recordings: https://discord.gg/2TzUamZ
 
Albertastan.ca is a progressive & independent Alberta political commentary podcast discussing popular social issues, critical of the way in which our popular media covers all things politics in our province. From a social-democratic & satirical view, hosted by Richard Gordon, we offer a voice for real change & understanding in Alberta’s political & environmental climate!
 
Off Script is a podcast for engaged citizens, public leaders and activists in Atlantic Canada. In April of 2019, this podcast will be dedicated to exploring the politics and possibilities surrounding the April 23 provincial election and referendum on electoral reform. Join hosts, Mark Coffin and Jesse Hitchcock, as they try to make sense of it all. Explore our past episodes for conversations with former Nova Scotia MLAs (Season One), and conversations with active elected officials and activi ...
 
This is a podcast about Vancouver: our community, our culture, our quirks, and all the colours that combine to make our city of glass. Every episode is a conversation with an influencer (entrepreneur, artist, activist, community leader) who is creating something colourful in our vibrant city.
 
The Forgotten Corner is a weekly podcast recorded in Medicine Hat, the 65,000-citizen hub of southeast Alberta, where people often wonder, “When will everyone just do what we want to do?” Scott Schmidt, Jeremy Appel and Mo Cranker have a combined journalistic experience of more than 20 years, much of that spent covering news and politics in Medicine Hat. After garnering some attention through the Medicine Hat News for our willingness to criticize the provincial government, we thought a podca ...
 
Intended Consequences is the official podcast of the StrategyCorp Institute of Public Policy and Economy. The podcast discusses practical provincial and Canadian policy ideas that achieve the actual goals they are designed to achieve with interesting guests and experts. The Institute aims to combine political acuity with policy recommendations to provide a one-stop shop for expert policy advice that is politically practical and possible to implement. StrategyCorp is a consulting firm based o ...
 
Tara Mahoney and Kate Reeve, two young Canadian voters, are embarking on a journey of knowledge and exploration in an effort to decide who they will vote for in upcoming Canadian elections. Follow them in a weekly podcast as they tackle election issues with experts and other young people.
 
I know some of the most interesting and inspiring people who are helping to keep humanity afloat in their own unique ways, in the middle of a world health crisis. I want you to meet them too. First, as humans. Second, as experts in their field. To hear their stories of overcoming their personal struggles and trauma (including PTSD and cPTSD) to bring their weird and wonderful heart healing gifts to the world in quiet and loud ways. Let's give these folx the applause they deserve and, in turn ...
 
On the Ledge is a weekly CBC podcast that makes Saskatchewan politics personal. Each week, host Adam Hunter will talk to the people behind the stories. The podcast will touch on the big headlines and take you behind the scenes at the Saskatchewan legislature.
 
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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Marit Stiles, NDP Education Critic, joins to discuss what supports are needed for parents when kids go back to school in September. Polling numbers for Donald Trump out of states like Florida have been trending downward. Could Trump's bad polling numbers could be linked to COVID-19? Wayne Petrozzi, professor at Ryerson University, explains. And, ne…
 
Pride London Festival is going virtual due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. President Andrew Rosser joins Craig to discuss how you can celebrate at home. He will also discuss Pride London Festival's decision to ask London Police Service to not raise the Rainbow flag this year, citing a lack of progress to engage with Black and Indigenous communit…
 
Guests: Spencer Fernando, Campaign Fellow for the National Citizens Coalition and writer whose work can be found at spencerfernando.com and The Post Millennial, Dr. Martha Fulford, an associate professor and infectious diseases specialist at McMaster University, Charles St-Arnaud, Chief Economist at Alberta Central, and David Shepherd, NDP Oppositi…
 
The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police is asking for the decriminalization of simple drug possession. Derek Silva, assistant professor in Criminology at Kings University, joins Craig to discuss. Michael Cooper, deputy shadow minister of finance, joins the show to analyze the latest on Justin Trudeau's WE scandal and the federal governments 'f…
 
Human trials may be nearing as London researchers continue to find a vaccine for COVID-19. Dr. Chil Yong Kang, molecular virologist at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, joins Craig to discuss. The federal government released a 'fiscal snapshot' showing impacts the COVID-19 pandemic has had on the Canadian economy. What does this mean f…
 
In March, a multidisciplinary team of Western University researchers are working on the development of a vaccine against the novel coronavirus. While working to establish and test an effective vaccine for the virus that causes COVID-19, the team is also working to develop a vaccine bank that would contain many ready-made vaccines to be used rapidly…
 
If you don’t yet know the name Elizabeth Strange, you might want to make your acquaintance soon. The born-and-raised Hatter has wanted to be prime minister since she was seven years old, and at just 27 now has already racked up a dream resume for the world of politics. Elizabeth has already received a Masters in Law and is about to begin the pursui…
 
Guests: Brian Lilley, Political columnist for the Toronto Sun, Dr. Lorian Hardcastle, Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law at the University of Calgary, Bill Whitelaw, CEO of JWN Energy, Jason Copping, Alberta's Minister of Labour and Immigration, and Jason Copping, Alberta's Minister of Labour and Immigration…
 
A man who allegedly stormed Rideau Hall with multiple weapons wrote a two-page letter which sources say included personal financial issues and government grievances. Mercedes Stephenson, Global News Ottawa Bureau Chief, and Leah West, lecturer of International Affairs at the Norman Paterson School, join Craig to discuss. And, after immigrant farm w…
 
Recipients of the CERB, which provides $2,000 a month to Canadians who’ve lost their income due to COVID-19, can only earn up to $1,000 in a four-week period before losing their benefits. That's causing a dilemma for some who have been called back to work. “If they accepted even one more dollar’s worth of work, they lose the $2,000 CERB benefit and…
 
Guests: Stephanie Chan, CEO of myCareBase, Jason Clemens, Executive Vice-President of The Fraser Institute, Rod Giltaca, CEO & Executive Director of the Canadian Coalition for Firearm Rights, and Leela Aheer, Alberta's Minister of Culture, Multiculturalism and Status of WomenBy CHQR / Curiouscast
 
Researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute are investigating the use of bovine lipid extract surfactant suspension (BLES®) for treating severe cases of COVID-19. What is bovine lipid extract surfactant suspension and what can it do to help patients suffering from the disease caused by the novel coronavirus? Dr. Jim Lewis, Lawson Scientist and …
 
Mike Vecchione and Just Silver are together along with Shannon Lee for another family episode! They discuss Justin on the road in St. Louis, why reading is bad, using silence in acting, Mike's role in The King Of Staten Island, Mike forgetting another friend's birthday, Mike's detox program, something to try to help with sleep, Mike's time in Flori…
 
An Ontario court has dismissed an appeal from opponents of a supervised drug consumption site that is set to go up in London, Ont. at 446 York Street. Brian Lester, executive director of the regional HIV/AIDS Connection, joins Craig to discuss his reaction to the decision and where things go from here.…
 
Members pushing for a permanent safe injection site at 446 York St cleared another hurdle over the weekend. Brian Lester, Executive Director of the Regional HIV/AIDS connection, joins Craig to discuss. Aine McGlynn, Chief Operating Officer of The Good Partnership, joins the show to explain how the federal government could actually help non-profits.…
 
Dr. Chris Mackie said the novel coronavirus pandemic, and changes within the health care system itself, have increased the amount of work to be done by a medical officer of health. That's one of the reasons why the Middlesex London Health Unit (MLHU) has decided to temporarily split the role of CEO and Medical Officer of Health. Michael Clarke will…
 
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