BC has completely missed the boat on public rapid tests, Brian Jean wins a UCP nomination contest in Fort McMurray, and Trudeau continues to ignore the economy and inflation. Also, we discuss foreign interference in Canada’s elections.

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Covid Rapid Test
“The response from the provincial government and the public health teams with respect to rapid antigen tests does not make a lot of sense and it also seems that the answers shift in terms of why we’re not using them. It is not very consistent.” Dr. Victor Leung, an infectious diseases physician and medical microbiologist in the Lower Mainland, on the BC government’s stance on rapid COVID tests.

Duration: 59:50
Hosts: Shane and Patrick

December 19th 2021 — Word of the Week: — Filed Under: , , , , , , ,

Trudeau’s dithering hobbles the effectiveness of Parliament, Vancouver explores a 2030 Olympic bid, and Rachel Notley decides to not become a member of the UCP. Also, the auditor general outlines the failures of Trudeau’s quarantine hotel program.

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Vancouver 2010 Closing Ceremony
“Mr. Trudeau is not above Parliament. In a minority government, he only serves as Prime Minister at the pleasure of the House of Commons. It is not his place to choke off the debate and scrutiny that are the oxygen of our democracy, and the fact he continues to get away with doing so should worry all Canadians.” – Globe and Mail Editorial Board on Justin Trudeau’s performance as Prime Minister starting this session of Parliament.

Duration: 55:24
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December 12th 2021 — Word of the Week: — Filed Under: , , ,

Alberta wraps up a successful spring session, CBC is turning off Facebook comments, and Trudeau paid more for less in buying vaccines. Also, our Public Health Agency is held in contempt of Parliament as the Trudeau government covers up more and more.

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Duration: 48:31
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“It’s one thing for our journalists to deal with toxicity on these platforms. It’s another for our audience members who try to engage with and discuss our journalism to encounter it on platforms such as Facebook and Twitter, where they are almost guaranteed to be confronted by hate, racism and abuse.” – CBC editor in Chief Brodie Fenlon on the fabricated dangers of free speech

UCP policy intends to bring power to the grassroots, BC commits to UNDRIP legislation, and most Canadians worry about fake news and distrust their media. Also, new details emerge on the SNC Lavalin scandal that cause Trudeau to change his story.

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Duration: 48:25
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February 17th 2019 — Word of the Week: — Filed Under: , , , , ,

Misinformation from the UCP convention’s proposed flat tax doesn’t use true economics, and red herrings about GSA’s created fake news. Also, Trudeau apologizes for 80 year old wrongs for Jews, and forgets his progressive agenda with the Ugandan president.

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Duration: 47:39
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May 11th 2018 — Word of the Week: — Filed Under: , , , , , , , ,

McKenna defends export of coal while condemning the US, Alberta’s carbon tax adds 75% to the cost of natural gas, a university debate on pronouns leaves free speech in jeopardy, and the federal government wants to reintegrate ISIS fighters into Canada.

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Duration: 53:22
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A BC mosque is entitled to federal grant money despite terrorist ties, in Alberta the media struggles with the truth about GSA’s and Bill 24, another ex-Guantanamo captive sues the government for 50M, and we uncover the depths of Liberal corruption.

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Duration: 40:50
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November 12th 2017 — Word of the Week: — Filed Under: , , , , , , , , , , , ,

In Alberta clickbait dominates a headline about UCP education policy, the BC NDP flip-flop and conduct dozens of partisan appointments, the media questions the accuracy of polling, and an acquitted ISIS fan fights to stay in Canada. Should he be able to?

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Duration: 41:34
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September 30th 2017 — Word of the Week: — Filed Under: , , , , , , , , ,

A special Right Side episode! We profile the 4 federal NDP leadership candidates and policies that could majorly impact the Canadian economy. Also, a quick rundown of major headlines, including housing allowances, Trans Mountain, and Brad Wall retiring.

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Duration: 53:52
Hosts: Shane and Patrick