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Loonie Politics
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Loonie Politics is a trusted, independent on-line news source that selects the must read daily Canadian political stories and provides a view of the landscape across the country in one location.
 
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On the Road with Ian Capstick
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On the Road is a new podcast series hosted by MediaStyle founder and CBC analyst, Ian Capstick, that explores the personal side of politics. Join Ian as he speaks with federal NDP leadership hopefuls and other elected officials (past and present) that helps folks get to know the people behind the politicians.
 
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Sensible Alberta
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The NDP government is harming Alberta families and destroying the economy. We are Albertans for a Sensible and Compassionate Government
 
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New Democratic Podcast
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The New Democratic Podcast is a Canadian political podcast. It covers the NDP caucus and the party as a whole from coast to coast to coast.Federal and provincial politicians are interviewed, and news items are covered.The host is Kevin Tolen.
 
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The Great Canadian Talk Show/City Circus TV
 
From the heart of the continent, the message YOU HAVE THE POWER has been carried for over a decade by Marty Gold on Winnipeg airwaves. The current Canadian Ambassador, (then Manitoba NDP Premier) Gary Doer ran from appearing on The Great Canadian Talk Show on campus station Kick-FM, and former Winnipeg Mayor Sam Katz described the radio experience to city council as "first you get grilled, then you get cross-examined". The show pioneered the integration of student broadcasters, social media ...
 
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News & Views with Rob Snow
 
Rob Snow speaks with: - Gerry Dewan, CTV London reporter, about the Siemens plant closing in Tillsonburg.- Ryan Price, News Director at CFAX 1070, about the BC NDP taking over governing the province. - Eli Yufest, CEO of Campaign Research, about their poll that shows a "strong majority favours more bike lanes and licensing bicyclists" - Lee Ver ...…
 
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The Early Edition from CBC Radio British Columbia (Highlights)
 
How will the NDP deal with the evacuation centres straining under the pressure, while emergency crews battle the province's wildfires? We get some answers from John Horgan as he prepares to be sworn in today as the next premier of BC.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
SFU political scientist David Moscrop and CBC legislative reporter Richard Zussman on incoming NDP government. Harry Nelson, UBC forestry professor, on wildfires and forestry practices.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
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The Podcast Page of Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard
 
Date: July 16, 2017 Speaker: Rev. Dr. Matthew Richard Text: 1 Corinthians 1:18-25 Context: Sermon from Zion Lutheran Church of Gwinner, ND Manuscript: CLICK HERE
 
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Traex Techno House Music Podcast
 
Diese Techno House Music Podcast Episode beinhaltet die folgenden Tracks: Chronophone – Black Man (Central Rodeo & Chris Bailey Remix) (cc by) Quirky – Dazzler (cc by nd) Flamy – Holiday Seizure (cc by sa) (cc = creative commons license) Mehr Techno Music bei Traex.de Techno House Music Radio Das Techno House Music Radio spielt die Podcasts im ...…
 
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Traex Music Podcasts all Genres
 
Diese Techno House Music Podcast Episode beinhaltet die folgenden Tracks: Chronophone – Black Man (Central Rodeo & Chris Bailey Remix) (cc by) Quirky – Dazzler (cc by nd) Flamy – Holiday Seizure (cc by sa) (cc = creative commons license) Mehr Techno Music bei Traex.de Techno House Music Radio Das Techno House Music Radio spielt die Podcasts im ...…
 
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Pod Keep Our Land
 
The day when Premier Designate John Horgan unveils his Cabinet is fast approaching so Erin, Matthew and Pat sit down to play FANTASY CABINET and offer their picks for Ministers from the NDP caucus. They also get into the appointment of Julie Payette as the new Governor General of Canada.
 
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Pod Keep Our Land
 
The day when Premier Designate John Horgan unveils his Cabinet is fast approaching so Erin, Matthew and Pat sit down to play FANTASY CABINET and offer their picks for Ministers from the NDP caucus. They also get into the appointment of Julie Payette as the new Governor General of Canada.
 
This week on Inside Politics we discuss what is next as the first NDP government in BC prepares to be sworn in. We also discuss Site C dam, ICBC, wildfires, proportional representation, and more with Global BC's Keith Baldrey and the Vancouver Sun's Vaughn Palmer and Rob Shaw. We also talk education and the coming school year with BCTF Presiden ...…
 
On this episode of the ICBA Cast, Chris Gardner and Jordan Bateman talk Site C, Kinder Morgan, the NDP, Trump in Poland, #comeon and more.
 
Coast Beat Ep. 63: As the province-wide state of emergency triggered by the Interior wildfires continues, resources from the Sunshine Coast have been sent to lend a hand. Sean and John talk about that as well as the obligatory cabinet speculation ahead of the July 18 swearing in of the NDP minority government. We've also got a bit of wildlife a ...…
 
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PolitiCoast
 
Ryan joins us again on this episode to take a look at Canada’s new governor general, the role itself and some of the history behind it. Then we look at who might make the cut in the first BC NDP cabinet in 16 years and our usual quick takes. Correction: In the second segment Ryan mistakenly suggests Rob Fleming was part of the NDP caucus to pus ...…
 
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News & Views with Rob Snow
 
Our Municipal Panel of Steve Clark (PC MPP for Leeds Grenville) and Gilles Bisson (NDP MPP for Timmins-James Bay / House Leader) discuss the $15 / hr. minimum wage and the story about the Sudbury Curling club.Rob also speaks with:- Kimberley Johnson, BellMedia Ottawa 2017 Insider, about what's on the docket this weekend. - Ms. Salwa Elmowasi, D ...…
 
As the NDP government prepares to officially take power next Tuesday - and hinting that they’re open to stopping work on the Massey Tunnel Replacement Bridge project - Delta’s City Hall is afire with frustration as they try to keep the project on track. They’ve recently released a report detailing what will happen to the current Massey Tunnel i ...…
 
Vancouver City Councillor Geoff Meggs announced last week that he is stepping down from his post to take a position with John Horgan’s new NDP government...meaning that Vancouver is about to have a battle royale by-election that will pit Vision Vancouver against all challengers. One of those challengers joins us now...she served at City Hall as ...…
 
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne on why she's attending the National Governors Association summer meeting. Minister of Science Kirsty Duncan discusses Governor General-designate Julie Payette. Eric Grenier digs into NDP leadership race endorsements.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Reaction to the reported $10.5 million settlement the Trudeau government will be paying to Omar Khadr indicates that Canadian racism runs deeper than the lazy xenophobia of a Kellie Leitch campaign. In the first of a two-part conversation, Ricochet editor and co-founder Derrick O'Keefe joins Unpacking the News to talk about the political and me ...…
 
Tweet Ron and Jason discuss the majestic morning dove, Larry Bird, the Fultz injury, and Eagles in Fargo, ND. The post Any Given SportsDay – 21 – Fargo appeared first on Wildfire Radio.
 
Is there still discrimination against LBGTQ people?Guests are Gerry Rogers, NDP MHA for St. John's Centre and Dane Woodland, transgender advocate.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Ivan and Byron chat about the weirdness surrounding how BC's NDP just grabbed power despite how the Liberal Party won a minority mandate for Christy "Ol' Squirrel Cheeks" Clark the other month. Naturally, Byron gets things a bit mixed up with some '80s Wrestlemania special, a mistake anyone could make. Meanwhile, Ivan mourns for all the episode ...…
 
A commission appointed by Metro Vancouver mayors to look at mobility pricing in the region will be free to consider all options, including bridge tolls – even though the incoming NDP government campaigned on a promise to get rid of them during the recent provincial election campaign. Here is Premier-designate John Horgan discussing the issue of ...…
 
On Episode #92, we discuss the case of Omar Khadr, and the federal government's recent apology and financial settlement with him. What are the facts, and how is this being politicized? Can Khadr ever move on and what role does the Charter of Rights and Freedoms play?Later the leadership race for the federal NDP: who are the candidates and what ...…
 
The NDP are poised to take power next Tuesday, but the Greens aren’t planning on receding into the shadows anytime soon. As the NDP/Green gamble begins to pay off, what’s the plan from here? Plus - we get Andrew’s thoughts on the wildfires ravaging much of BC. Guest: Andrew Weaver - Leader, BC Green Party…
 
Welcome back for the summer session! Open Sources Guelph rolls on this week, adequately rested after a long weekend to talk about the latest political stuffs. For instance, did you know that the Liberal government in B.C. fell last week? The NDP/Green coalition is now put to the test as their relationship has to go from theoretical to practical ...…
 
Many Albertan’s don’t like the NDP’s hands on the province’s economic tiller, according to a recent poll. Marc Henry, president of ThinkHQ, joins the show.
 
The dust is finally settling after the 2017 BC election and the next NDP government is starting to take shape. Trudeau is in hot water over a $10.5 million apology to Omar Khadr, but did he have any other choice? And what’s going on in the NDP leadership race? Links Segment 1: Meggs in line Background on Geoff Meggs On the “Kingsway NDP Mafia” ...…
 
Former Kamloops North Thompson MLA and Health Minister Terry Lake hosts this edition of Inside Politics after the B.C. Liberals lost a confidence vote with the Lieutenant Governor asking B.C. NDP leader John Horgan to form government.
 
Coast Beat Ep. 62: Back from the Canada Day long weekend, Sean and John delve into a grab bag of topics in the news including the Gospel Rock development in Gibsons, the NDP getting ready to govern and fire season
 
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Reality Check with Bruce Allen
 
The Mayor's right hand man Geoff Meggs left the city to join John Horgan's new NDP government. But was it the right move?
 
Premier-designate John Horgan says his new government won’t wait for the legislature to return before taking action on key files like electoral reform, Site C and the overdose crisis. How does he plan to act on these issues before the next sitting of the legislature? Also, the news just broke that Premier-designate John Horgan and his cabinet w ...…
 
Premier-designate John Horgan says his new government won’t wait for the legislature to return before taking action on key files like electoral reform, Site C and the overdose crisis. How does he plan to act on these issues before the next sitting of the legislature? Also, the news just broke that Premier-designate John Horgan and his cabinet w ...…
 
New numbers from the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver for last month indicate that the market for a condo has never been hotter. While the overall sales across the entire market has decreased, the sales-to-active listings ratio for condos is at an all-time high of 93.2 per cent. Mike spoke with realtor Steve Saretsky about the realities o ...…
 
Today is our first episode of Healthy Rebel Shorts - quick reviews of holistic health principles and how to apply them with Dr. David Duizer ND. In today's episode Dr. Duizer reviews potential causes for IBS. His approach is a holistic viewpoint that takes into account internal and external potentials for digestive disruption. If you have had l ...…
 
Get your political quick fix with the Power Panel: Susan Smith, Stockwell Day and Robin MacLachlin discuss the G20 summit, Peter Julian withdrawing from the NDP leadership race and the latest news on the Canada Infrastructure Bank.By podcasting@cbc.ca.
 
Chris Gardner is on vacation this week, so we brought in the old pro: Philip Hochstein, retired president of ICBA. Phil's battles with the NDP in the 1990s are legendary, and seeing old NDP hands Horgan, Dix, Krog, Farnworth and Meggs getting the Bad Government Band back together has him worried.
 
British Columbia premier-designate John Horgan started putting a stamp on his new minority NDP government Tuesday, appointing three people to his inner team including a Vancouver city councillor and a former deputy minister in the previous Liberal government. The swearing in of Horgan's cabinet isn't expected for a few weeks, but he announced t ...…
 
British Columbia premier-designate John Horgan started putting a stamp on his new minority NDP government Tuesday, appointing three people to his inner team including a Vancouver city councillor and a former deputy minister in the previous Liberal government. The swearing in of Horgan's cabinet isn't expected for a few weeks, but he announced t ...…
 
To his credit, NDP outgoing leader Thomas Mulcair has challenged the Trudeau government to explain why it has broken a promise not to permit Canadian soldiers to participate in the fighting in Iraq. Jacobs explains that such action is illegal and does not have the sanction of parliament.By anonymous@radio4all.net (Anonymous).
 
Today is dawning with a new day and a new party holding the reins of government in BC. Reporter Liza Yuzda walks through the historic vote in the Legislature and the historic day in Victoria that saw the fall of Liberal leader Christy Clark and the rise of NDP leader John Horgan.
 
British Columbians are waking up today knowing who will finally be running the province — for a little while, at least. NDP Leader John Horgan announced Thursday evening that he will become the next premier, following a tumultuous day that saw Christy Clark's B.C. Liberals fall in a 44-42 vote of non-confidence. The timeline for what happens ne ...…
 
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