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PolitiCoast is the BC politics podcast. We cover British Columbia, Canadian and sometimes international politics from a West Coast lens. PolitiCoast was launched in October 2016 by Ian Bushfield & Scott de Lange Boom.
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Ep 196: BC to WE

Ep 196: BC to WE

2020-07-0301:16:05

Shannon Waters recaps what it's like being back in the Leg and a student grant program given to WE lands Trudeau in hot water. The post Ep 196: BC to WE appeared first on PolitiCoast.
BC enters phase 3, the legislature returns and China offers to trade prisoners. The post Ep 195: Phase 3 brings the bills appeared first on PolitiCoast.
Alain Therrien doesn’t think the RCMP is racist so Jagmeet Singh got kicked out of the House. Plus a roundup of news including three court losses for governments. The post Ep 194: The sin of calling someone racist appeared first on PolitiCoast.
Ep 193: Defund the BCPP

Ep 193: Defund the BCPP

2020-06-1201:01:11

A look at policing in BC: Past, present and future The post Ep 193: Defund the BCPP appeared first on PolitiCoast.
Stephanie Allen joins us to talk about Black history in BC, racism past and present, police brutality and possible paths forward. The post Ep 192: Black BC Lives Matter with Stephanie Allen appeared first on PolitiCoast.
Pharmacist Sasha Maleki joins us to talk science and pharmaceutical politics during COVID-19. Plus the latest on Canada-China relations, long-term care, Andrew Weaver's meltdown and the return to the legislature. The post Ep 191: COVID Pharma Politics appeared first on PolitiCoast.
Canadian Green leadership hopeful Dr Amita Kuttner and quick takes The post Ep 190: A scientist runs for Green leader w Dr Amita Kuttner appeared first on PolitiCoast.
A extra interview with one of BC's basic income task force members The post Bonus: Lindsay Tedds on basic income during COVID-19 paper appeared first on PolitiCoast.
A peek at ICBC's books, how BC's current and future job prospects look and the memorandum of understanding between Canada, BC and the Wet'suwet'en. The post Ep 189: My baby doesn’t have a job yet appeared first on PolitiCoast.
BC's Restart Plan is out, a deep dive on the new assault weapons ban and further controversy over the tentative Wet'suwet'en deal. The post Ep 188: Trudeau comes for some of your guns appeared first on PolitiCoast.
A look at the various plans to reopen Canada and a study into freight and commuter rail on Vancouver Island. The post Ep 187: The railroad to normalcy appeared first on PolitiCoast.
Translink is bleeding money, outbreaks at meat packing plants prompt calls for paid sick leave and an interview on air pollution and COVID-19. The post Ep 186: Clearing the COVID air appeared first on PolitiCoast.
How fair are Andrew Wilkinson's criticisms of the BC Government's response to COVID-19? The post Ep 185: Where was Andrew Wilkinson? appeared first on PolitiCoast.
David Moscrop, political scientist and Washington Post columnist, returns to discuss how we make political decisions in a time of crisis, whether our institutions are up to the task, and what comes after. Check out our partner: BC Today is the daily newsletter dedicated exclusively to BC Politics. Sign up for a free two-week trial and listen to... The post Ep 184: Political Decisions in a Time of Crisis appeared first on PolitiCoast.
Dr Rob Tarzwell joins us to talk about the science and mental health implications of the COVID-19 response The post Ep 183: To mask or not to mask? appeared first on PolitiCoast.
We're joined by Kevin Milligan to talk about the economics of the COVID-19 aid packages and Stewart Prest to talk about the political science of the crisis. The post Ep 182: Money printer go brrr appeared first on PolitiCoast.
Our live show from FanExpo Vancouver The post Ep 181: Politics & Pop Culture at FanExpo with Pop This! appeared first on PolitiCoast.
It's time to get serious about the COVID-19 pandemic. The post Ep 180: Flatten the curve appeared first on PolitiCoast.
A tentative agreement on Wet'suwet'en rights & title and our interview with Sonia Furstenau, BC Green leadership candidate. The post Ep 179: The rights agreement appeared first on PolitiCoast.
Alberta wins a carbon tax ruling but loses out on Teck Frontier Oil Sands. Canadians are souring on protests over the Coastal GasLink pipeline, while the pipeline faces some regulatory challenges. Plus changes to MAID. The post Ep 178: Reconciliation is dead, long live reconciliation appeared first on PolitiCoast.
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Spencer McClellan

You guys are doing a great job. Keep it up!

Apr 8th
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Robbie Burns

This is one of my favourite political podcasts. Scott and Ian do a wonderful job of providing an informative, nonpartisan and often entertaining take on the latest events in the crazy world of BC politics. Thanks for all the hard work you put in gentlemen. I don't even live in BC anymore, but this is the one podcast I can't go a week without.

Feb 23rd
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