A national news media start-up hires then fires its staff in a month. Also, Elizabeth May has harsh parting words for the media. Freelancer Sarah Hagi co-hosts (and spills the tea on FreshDaily)
A look at the smaller parties’ fates, a farewell to Elizabeth May, and the cabinet prediction that’s giving Justin nightmares.
Why does Trudeau want an underwater tunnel to Newfoundland? Who has the biggest battle in British Columbia? OPPO goes east and west for an election view from Canada’s edges.
Could all those images of Trudeau in blackface open the door for a more meaningful campaign?
And we talk Canada’s growing tech scene. What’s it done with federal money—and what are the parties talking about now?
Grab a bowl of all-dressed Ruffles and settle in for this review of the first run of federal election ads. Then, a look at what the Green Wave means for Canada. Finally, a recap of the election in Jesse Brown’s favourite province: Newfoundland and Labrador.
How could Canadian politics be better in 2019? OPPO presents our top 10 wishes for the new year.
For some reason, Elizabeth May’s drunken press gallery speech was treated as the most important story in the country. To Evan Solomon, our whole democracy was in crisis.
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