Host Sarah Turnbull is joined by Mike Moffatt, Aaron Reynolds, and Alex Paterson in the Canada 2020 studio to wrap up the week. Topics include Ontario News Now and comparisons to the CBC, and the Liberal government’s track record on gay rights issues. Plus, Alex, Mike, and Aaron face off in the tweet game.
Mike Moffatt and Aaron Reynolds join host Sarah Turnbull in the Canada 2020 studio to summarize the week that was. Topics include what Canadians are most afraid of; tweets about handguns, bears, and selfdefence; and something that has been making Mike angry since 1989. Plus, Mike and Aaron face off in the Twitter trivia game.
It’s Friday the 13th, and Maclean’s writer Shannon Proudfoot joined Sarah Turnbull and Alex Paterson in the Canada 2020 studio to summarize the week. Topics included: Ontario’s sex-ed curriculum rollback, deep-state conspiracies in the U.S., and hockey drama in Ottawa.
Sarah Turnbull and Alex Paterson are joined by human rights lawyer Amy Kishek in the Canada 2020 studio to answer the three questions of the week: what did the news cycle miss, who had the best or worst take, and what are we done with? This week’s topics include the debate over who is and is not a feminist; the conversation between Doug Ford and Justin Trudeau on asylum seekers; and the very Canadian habit of complaining about the weather. Recorded June 6th, 2018.
“You don’t get to call it parody after you got caught trying to pass it off as real” To wrap up the week that just passed, Alex Paterson, Sarah Turnbull and Aaron Reynolds answer three questions: what did the news cycle miss; who had the best or worst take of the week; and what are […]
To wrap up the week that just passed, June Gleed, Mike Moffatt, and Aaron Reynolds answer three questions: what did the news cycle miss, who had the best or worst take, and what are we done with. Topics this week include breastfeeding in Parliament, Billy Elliot, bureaucratic infighting, playground equipment, and how not to be a garbage person on Twitter.
“2 legit 2 quit” It’s the second episode of our weekly policy and politics wrap-up show, and this week Alex, June and Aaron talk about Caillou, proportional representation in British Columbia, Tom Mulcair’s long goodbye, argument-seeking Twitter bros, live-streaming fails, Canada’s Wikipedia page, and Dennis Rodman’s international cryptocurrency grift. Subscribe: Apple Podcasts, Soundcloud, Google Play
It’s our first ever /Thread, the 2020 Network’s weekly politics and policy wrap-up show. Alex, Mike and June talk about what the (extremely-busy) news cycle missed, who had the best or worst take, and what we’re just done with. Talking points this week: Bill C-65, Kathleen Wynne’s Twitter mentions, Sun Media, vote splitting and sloganeering.