#11 Bon Cop, Bad Cop : Paul Wells sur le convoi de la liberté
Qu’avons-nous appris sur le fonctionnement des corps policiers suite à l’enquête publique sur le convoi de la liberté ? Quel serait le réel impact du projet de loi C-18 sur le journalisme canadien ?
March 11, 2023
#831 Never Gonna Give (Twitter) Up
Unpacking the changes at Twitter and how chaos is Elon Musk's product. And what would it take for Canadians to change their mind on the use of the Emergencies Act? Douglas Soltys co-hosts.
November 9, 2022
#825 Low Blow, Loblaws!
Loblaws takes the heat over a tone-deaf price freeze.
October 20, 2022
#793 You Don’t “Both Sides” Human Rights
Do we need to give equal weight to both sides of the abortion debate? And the Freedom Convoy returns, maybe. Jonathan Goldsbie fills in for Jesse and Rachel Cairns co-hosts.
June 30, 2022
#757 A Kinder Gentler Machine Gun Hand
Overcorrecting an overstatement creates confusion; how nice were the police in Ottawa really? And the emergency is over! Though the media seemed to suggest there wasn't really one anyways.
February 24, 2022
#24 In Case of An Emergency
As the Emergencies Act passes and border blockades come down, we examine what impacts the Act and the satellite protests had domestically and internationally. And Canada decides to step up in the conflict between Ukraine and Russia – and it’s unclear exactly why.
February 22, 2022
Wag the Doug
#37 Free Fearless Pancakes
When the trucker convoy cratered Ottawa, Doug Ford hoped he could turn the other cheek. However, when another protest blocked the Ambassador bridge in Windsor, disrupting his beloved supply chain, he declared a state of emergency to make sure Ontario stayed ‘Open for Business.’ Jonathan and Allison discuss what prompts action from the premier and why he’s behaving differently than his federal Tory cousins.