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Susan Elliott and Jenn Sanford join Deirdre and Kathleen to talk about being conservative in 2021. What do you do when the party no longer represents you? What do you do when it no longer represents the majority of Canadians? You start a podcast, guest on podcasts, of course :) Early access and uncensored episodes available on patreon at politicalR…
 
Deirdre and Kathleen are joined by Kristen van de Beizenbos and Dr. Jennifer Winter from the University of Calgary to talk about carbon pricing/tax, the point of emissions pricing, and the Supreme Court of Canada decision re: federal carbon pricing policy. We tried to stay out of the weeds but at the end of the day - it's not a simple policy. For e…
 
Dr. Shauna Wilton from University of Alberta Augustana Campus in Camrose and Carla Howatt, former council member for Strathcona County join Kathleen and Deirdre to talk about Dr. Wilton's upcoming paper "Grandma is the Mayor" and women in municipal politics. Extended version (including a Kathleen rant) available for subscribers at patreon.com/polit…
 
It started with a question about conservative bias in universities and blew up from there - what was it really about? Dr. Melanee Thomas from the University of Calgary and Dr. Lise Gotell from the University of Alberta shed some light on the subject. Kathleen Smith admits she's seeing a clearer picture and Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean realizes we're pr…
 
Tonight, we dance. Put your hands together for Stephanie Wolfe and Karen Johnson-Diamond as they take us through the 80's and beyond. Deirdre is outed as not-nerd-enough, Kathleen has a meatloaf wall, Karen is a Neil Diamond super fan and Stephanie wants the mom-jeans. Folks - we do it all. Patrons get extra episodes, early access and unedited show…
 
Dr. Christine Gibson and Dr. Cynthia Puddu join Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean and Kathleen Smith to talk about the evolution of the conversation around homelessness, mental and physical health - even outside of a pandemic. Something they all have in common is that being able to meet basic needs is an inescapable foundation of social determinants of heal…
 
It's almost like everyone was thinking about upcoming elections. Deirdre Mitchell MacLean and Kathleen Smith welcome two former Deputy Premiers, Sarah Hoffman (Alberta NDP), and Diana Whelan (Nova Scotia Liberals) to talk about role models, running, opposing, and governing. Just in time for all those women who might be weighing the pros and cons of…
 
A natural follow up to changing careers seemed to be education and retraining. Angie Nikoleychuk and Bridget Stirling join Kathleen Smith and Deirdre Mitchell-MacLean to talk about pandemic post-secondary and generational inspirations, positive and negative - our mothers, grandmothers, and all the women who help out along the way. Subscribe on patr…
 
Alberta's Fair Deal Panel report was released and what did we learn? Alberta wants to be more like Quebec if we're going to stay in Canada. Dr. Melanee Thomas from the University of Calgary was analyzing data for CBC's Road Ahead series on the recent Fair Deal questions, Doug Griffiths, former Progressive Conservative MLA was on a committee in 2002…
 
With the reappearance of the Wildrose and the hefty number of former Wildrose MLAs who are not in the leader's circle, how likely is it a third party could enter the legislature via floor crossings? Mark and Deirdre take a walk in la la land in this unfounded and completely speculative episode. (Referenced episode: the one Deirdre forgot to name - …
 
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