Conservative Leadership Showdown Part 1: Michael Chong & Brad Trost
Over the summer, Vicky and Supriya set out to interview all of the candidates for the leader of Conservative Party. Here are their interviews with Michael Chong and Brad Trost.
September 13, 2016
Naming a Genocide
The government declared that ISIS is committing a genocide against Yazidis. Vicky and Supriya look into what that means for Canada's obligations.
June 21, 2016
Celebrating Defeat: Dispatches from the Conservative Convention
The Syrup Trap's Winnie Code checks out the Conservative Convention, where she talks to a crude button maker and interim leader Rona Ambrose.
June 1, 2016
#73 Giant Novelty Spliff
Terrifying parents, covering pot laws and political conventions. The National Post's Chris Selley co-hosts.
June 1, 2016
#72 In the Pocket of Big Opera
Paul Wells joins Jesse to talk about big opera, Kevin O'Leary and #elbowgate.
May 25, 2016
Debating Same-Sex Marriage and Other Ways to Stay Irrelevant
The Conservative Party is getting ready to debate same-sex marriage more than a decade after it became law. BC's Premier is getting rich off party funds. An economist on why Newfounland and Labrador are shutting down more than half their libraries. Desmond says goodbye.
May 2, 2016
Should This Old Indian Guy Lead the Conservatives?
Conservatives jump into the leadership race, Desmond has questions about a Liberal Party flip flop on torture and economist Lindsay Tedds tells us why the Panama Papers matter.
April 11, 2016
Senator Diane Bellemare quit the Conservative caucus, saying pressure to toe the party line is getting in the way of Senators doing their jobs.
March 14, 2016
What is a Post-Harper Conservative?
Conservative strategist Jim Burnett returns to answer questions like “What is a Conservative today?” and “Did you actually like Harper?" Plus, a young Conservative gives his view on the future of the party.
January 19, 2016
#101 Anne Kingston
How will we know how bad things have gotten when most of the records have been erased? Anne Kingston discusses how Canada has thrown its data in the dumpster and become an international cautionary tale.