BC’s 2023 budget returns to deficit spending, while Alberta sticks to surpluses. The media misrepresents a BC company’s controlled substance license, and we uncover more of the Chinese Communist Party’s influence in Canadian politics.
“One of the things we’ve seen unfortunately over the past years is a rise in anti-Asian racism linked to the pandemic, and concerns being raised around people’s loyalties. I want to make everyone understand fully: Han Dong is an outstanding member of our team, and suggestions that he is somehow not loyal to Canada should not be entertained.” – Justin Trudeau on why anti-Asian racism is the true concern this week.
Hosts: Shane and Patrick
- B.C. Budget 2023 bets focus on tax credits and rebates will work amid continued housing uncertainty
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- Alberta government projects $2.4-billion surplus for 2023-24 in pre-election budget
- B.C. premier ‘astonished’ firm got Health Canada approval to make and sell cocaine
- Justin Trudeau blames racism for allegation that China helped Liberal MP get elected
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