Public Eye Radio
British Columbia's only weekly radio show covering politics in Canada's westernmost province, hosted Sunday mornings on CFAX 1070 by award-winning investigative journalist Sean Holman.

BC First spokesperson Chris Delaney talks about the electoral chances of his political party. Former federal cabinet minister David Anderson discusses the future of the provincial Liberals - the party he once headed. And our rabble-rousing panel - Eleanor Gregory, Dave Obee, Sheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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We speak with former provincial New Democrat cabinet minister Corky Evans about the ideas that should be discussed during his party's upcoming leadership race. Dogwood Initiative executive director Will Horter and Ancient Forest Alliance director Ken Wu discuss how to keep environmental issues at the top of the agenda amidst British Columbia's present political upheaval. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Sheila Orr, Troy Sebastian and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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We speak with MLAs Bill Bennett, Vicki Huntington and Bob Simpson about the increased presence of independents in the provincial legislature. Port Coquitlam councillor Glenn Pollock discusses why he's promoting Mike Farnworth as the man who should succeed Carole James as leader of the New Democrats. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Eleanor Gregory, Bob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_12-Dec-10.mp3
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Provincial Liberal leadership candidate Mike de Jong joins us to talk about his bid to succeed Gordon Campbell. Children and youth representative Mary Ellen Turpel-Lafond discusses her third and final progress report on the recommendations in a four-year-old independent review of the province's child protection system. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Bob Russell, Troy Sebastian and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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Provincial New Democrat leader Carole James holds a news conference after being attacked by Vancouver-Mount Pleasant MLA Jenny Kwan.

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Provincial New Democrat legislator Jenny Kwan goes public with her concerns regarding party leader Carole James.

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Now former cabinet minister Kevin Falcon announces he's running to succeed Gordon Campbell.

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Prince George businessman Dan McLaren tells us why Kevin Falcon is the best provincial Liberal leadership candidate for rural and northern British Columbia. Moira Sitlwell tells us why she's stepped up to the starting gate in the race to succeed Gordon Campbell And our rabble-rousing panel - David Cubberley, The Tyee's Andrew MacLeod, Sheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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Now former cabinet minister George Abbott announces he's running to succeed Gordon Campbell.

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Former Newfoundland premier Brian Peckford, who is now advising the provincial Conservatives, joins us to discuss his party's political chances. Cariboo North MLA Bob Simpson weighs in on the results of yesterday New Democrat provincial council meeting. We also talk with the Canadian Taxpayers' Federation's new British Columbia director Gregory Thomas. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Eleanor Gregory, the Times Colonist's Dave Obee and Bob Russell - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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Former energy minister Bill Bennett delivers a blistering assessment of Premier Gordon Campbell and his management style.

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Federation of Community Social Services of BC president Shane Picken shares his group's plan to put its issues on the agenda during the provincial Liberal leadership race. British Columbia Federation of Labour president Jim Sinclair talks about why the province's minimum wage may soon be increased. Former provincial New Democrat Malahat-Juan de Fuca candidate Richard Hughes discusses his petition calling for a party leadership convention in 2011. And our rabble-rousing panel - David Cubberley, Sheila Orr, the Times Colonist's Rob Shaw and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_14-Nov-10.mp3
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Former provincial Liberal caucus communications director Mike McDonald shares his thoughts on the political retirement of his former boss Gordon Campbell. University of Calgary political science department head David Stewart discusses whether British Columbia's governing party should elect their new leader via a delegated convention. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Eleanor Gregory, Bob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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Premier Gordon Campbell announces there will be a new provincial Liberal leader.

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West Coast Environment Law staff counsel Andrew Gage, resource policy analyst Ben Parfitt and land use consultant Bernard Schulmann discuss the province's new natural resource operations ministry. Provincial New Democrat children and family development critic Maurine Karagianis shares her thoughts on the possibility of separate child protection legislation for aboriginal peoples. And our rabble-rousing panel - David Cubberley, The Tyee's Andrew MacLeod, Sheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_31-Oct-10.mp3
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Terrace mayor David Pernarowsk discusses provincial New Democrat leader Carole James's proposal to establish a mining commission. Canadian Association of Journalists chair Dale Bass shares her thoughts on a recent Supreme Court of Canada ruling that will help journalists protect confidential sources. Retired deputy minister Bob Plecas talks about Premier Gordon Campbell's upcoming televised state-of-the-province speech. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Eleanor Gregory, Sheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_24-Oct-10.mp3
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Tory parliamentarian John Cummins discusses Saturday's provincial Conservative annual general meeting. University of Northern British Columbian political science instructor Jason Morris talks about why the New Democrat members should think twice before participating in any recall campaigns. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Eleanor Gregory, the Times Colonist's Dave Obee and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_17-Oct-10.mp3
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Delta South independent MLA Vicki Huntington discusses Bob Simpson's expulsion from the provincial New Democrat caucus. Rivers Without Borders Alaska campaign director Chris Zimmer talks about the impact of British Columbia's proposed northwest transmission line on his state. BC Freedom of Information and Privacy Association policy and communications director Vincent Gogolek shares his concerns about British Columbia Ferry Services Inc.'s new freedom of information policy. And our rabble-rousing panel - Eleanor Gregory, the Times Colonist's Dave Obee, Sheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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Cariboo North MLA Bob Simpson talks about his expulsion from the provincial New Democrat caucus.

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University of British Columbia political science instructor Raul Pacheco-Vega and new media consultant Mat Wright discuss the impact of social media on politics. Surrey city councillor Barbara Steele talks about what her priorities will be as the Union of British Columbia Municipalities' president. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, David Cubberley, The Tyee's Andrew Macleod and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_3-Oct-10.mp3
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The Vancouver Sun's Chad Skelton discusses the state of our freedom of information laws in advance of Right to Know Week. The president of the Canadian Bar Association's British Columbia branch Stephen McPhee gives us an update on the recently-established public commission on legal aid. Provincial New Democrat aboriginal relations and reconciliation critic Bob Simpson shares his thoughts on the Fish Lake controversy. And our rabble-rousing panel - Eleanor Gregory, Trevor Oram, Sheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_26-Sep-10.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:23pm EST

Provincial Green leader Jane Sterk discusses why her party isn't getting media traction even though British Columbians are looking for a political alternative. Electoral reformers Shoni Field and Wendy Bergerud talk about what might have happened if voters had cast their ballots in favour of the single-transferable vote system. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, David Cubberley, Bob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_19-Sep-10.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 3:43pm EST

Independent provincial legislator Blair Lekstrom joins us to discuss the woes of the government he recently left. Former MLA Dennis MacKay will also share his thoughts on the subject. And our rabble-rousing panel - Eleanor Gregory, Andrew MacLeod, Sheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics. 

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_12-Sep-10.mp3
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Federal Green leader Elizabeth May discusses her election chances in Saanich-Gulf Islands. Drug policy research Allan Cassels shares his thoughts on the Campbell administration's controversial changes to PharmaCare. Union of British Colmbia Indian Chiefs president Stewart Phillip talks about why a proposed mine near William's Lake could seriously damage the relationship between the aboriginal community and the government. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, David Cubberley and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_5-Sep-10.mp3
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Former provincial Conservative executive member Blake MacKenzie discusses his departure from the party. Journalist Charles Campbell, the author of the 2006 David Suzuki Foundation report Forever Farmland, talks up his recommendations for the new chair of the agricultural land commission, Richard Bullock. Provincial New Democrat energy, mines and petroleum resources critic John Horgan shares his thoughts on the Waneta expansion project. And our rabble-rousing panel - David Cubberley, Sheila Orr, the Times Colonist's Dave Obee and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_29-Aug-10.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 6:09pm EST

Would-be federal Green leadership candidate Sylvie Lemieux discusses her effort to replace Elizabeth May. United Steelworkers District Three director Steve Hunt talks about bringing the Blue-Green Alliance to British Columbia. Norman Farrell and Laila Yuile share their plan to put pressure on the business groups that tried to legally derail the anti-harmonized sales tax petition. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Eleanor Gregory, Bob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_22-Aug-10.mp3
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BC Citizens for Public Power Michelle Laurie talks about the appointment of a public-private partnership friend and foe to BC Hydro Corp.'s board of directors. Bob Viergever, who ran a recall campaign against provincial New Democrat cabinet minister Paul Ramsey, discusses the challenges of that process. Federal Liberal parliamentarian Keith Martin shares his thoughts on the Tamil asylum seekers who have arrived in Victoria. And our rabble-rousing panel - David CubberleyEleanor GregorySheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics. 

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_15-Aug-10.mp3
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Provincial New Democrat forests and range critic Norm Macdonald speaks out about the current forest fire season. Information and privacy commissioner Elizabeth Denham shares her thoughts on the government's response to freedom of information requests. The Times Colonist's Lindsay Kines discusses the latest developments in the Pickton case. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Sheila Orr, Bob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_8-Aug-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:35am EST

We speak with Kitimat Mayor Joanne Monaghan about the economic challenges confronting her community - the terminus of the proposed Northern Gateway Project. Independent Contractors and Businesses Association of British Columbia president Phillip Hochstein discusses the Smart Tax Alliance's campaign in favour of the HST. And our rabble-rousing panel - A-Channel's Stephen Andrew, Eleanor Gregory, Harvey Oberfeld and Trevor Oram - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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We speak with CropLife Canada regulatory affairs and non-ag uses director Pierre Petelle and West Coast Environmental Law Society staff counsel Andrew Gage about efforts to ban cosmetic pesticides in British Columbia. CKNW's Brett Mineer discusses his big scoop last week, revealing British Columbia Lottery Corp. had been fined more than $670,000 for over 1,000 violations of the Proceeds of Crime and Terrorist Act. And our rabble-rousing panel - David Cubberley, Bob Russell, the Times Colonist's Rob Shaw and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_25-Jul-10.mp3
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British Columbia Civil Liberties Association policy director Micheal Vonn discusses why senior civil servants are expected to be able to "create a crisis to force change." West Vancouver-Sunshine Coast-Sea to Sky Country federal Liberal candidate Dan Veniez shares his thoughts on the conventional wisdom surrounding his party. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, David Cubberley, Eleanor Gregory and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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We speak with federal Liberal health critic Carolyn Bennett about her party's new national food policy. Law student and conservative blogger Kathryn Marshall discusses her experience at last month's Wildrose Alliance convention in Alberta. Western Canada Wilderness Committee policy director Gwen Barlee shares her thoughts on why California doesn't consider our run-of-the-river power renewable. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, Dave Obee, Bob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_11-Jun-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:20pm EST

We speak with Council of Canadians regional organization Harjap Grewal and Xeni Gwet'in First Nation Chief Marilyn Baptiste about a controversial mining project near Williams Lake. Organizing for Change provincial lead Lisa Matthaus discuss her coalition's environmental goals for fiscal 2010/11. And our rabble-rousing panel -Don AndersonEleanor GregorySheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_4-Jul-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:51pm EST

We speak with former provincial legislator Paul Nettleton about Blair Lekstrom's recent decision to quit the Liberal cabinet and caucus. Terrace mayor David Pernarowsk discusses the Northern Gateway Project and the northwest transmission line. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonDavid CubberleyBob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_27-Jun-10.mp3
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We speak with Canadian Taxpayers Federation British Columbia director Maureen Bader about a big boost in the number of six-figure civil servants. Former BCTV reporter Harvey Oberfeld shares his thoughts on Sun TV. Polaris Institute director Tony Clark discusses why Western premiers shouldn't be drinking bottled water if they want to conserve fresh water. And our rabble-rousing panel - Eleanor GregoryDavid CubberleySheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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We speak with Vancouver school board chair Patti Bacchus about the ongoing dispute between her district and the provincial government. Former Peace River North independent candidate Arthur Hadland shares his thoughts on energy, mines and petroleum resources minister Blair Lekstrom's resignation, as will provincial Conservative strategist Randy White. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonDavid CubberleySheila Orr and Bob Russell - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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Community and Rural Development Minister Bill Bennett discusses the results of the province's recent local government elections task force. New Democrat legislator Doug Routley, the deputy chair of the special committee to review the Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act, shares his thoughts on openness and transparency. And our rabble-rousing panel - Eleanor GregoryThe Tyee's Andrew MacLeod, the Times Colonist's Dave Obee and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_6-Jun-10.mp3
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We speak with Northern Gateway Alliance chair Colin Kinsley about Enbridge's controversial proposed pipeline. Simon Fraser University political science professor Patrick Smithdiscusses what could be in tomorrow's local government elections task force report. Provincial New Democrat forests and range critic Norm Macdonald shares his thoughts on wildfire preparedness in British Columbia. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonEleanor GregoryBob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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We speak with the Nanaimo Daily News's Derek Spalding about his fight for Vancouver Island Health Authority records about the spread of a deadly virus at Nanaimo Regional General Hospital. University of British Columbia health economist Bob Evans discusses his concerns about a healthcare funding review contract being directly awarded by the BC Progress Board to a former Fraser Institute staffer. Provincial New Democrat children and family development critic Maurine Karagianis shares her thoughts on the select standing committee on children and youth's child poverty hearing. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonEleanor GregoryBob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_23-May-10.mp3
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We speak with Healthy Living and Sport Minister Ida Chong about the province's new meat regulations. Ryserson University journalism professor John Miller discusses what Canadians can expect from the new owners of CanWest Global Communications Corp.'s newspapers. Union of British Columbia Indian Chiefs president Stewart Phillip shares his thoughts on the relationship between the government and the children and youth representative. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson,Michael GeogheganBob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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We speak with provincial New Democrat agriculture and lands critic Lana Popham about the province's new meat regulations. We hear both sides of the aquaculture debate from marine biologist Alexandra Morton and BC Salmon Farmers Association executive director Mary Ellen Walling. And our rabble-rousing panel -David CubberleyEleanor GregorySheila Orr and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

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Category:podcasts -- posted at: 6:28pm EST

We speak with Doug McArthur - who served as deputy minister to two New Democrat premiers - about the party's Our Province Our Future initiative. Opposition deputy transportation and infrastructure critic Gary Coons discusses the top ten records he'd like to get from British Columbia Ferry Services Inc. now that it'll be subject to freedom of information requests. Prince George councillor Brian Skakun talks about recent restrictions on forest fire prevention funding. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonEleanor Gregory and Bob Russel and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_2-May-10.mp3
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Aboriginal Relations and Reconciliation Minister George Abbott discusses what appears to be growing opposition to the Campbell administration among First Nations. Former provincial Liberal and Progressive Democratic Alliance leader Gordon Wilson talks about the increase desire for a new party in British Columbia. And our rabble-rousing panel - Sheila OrrThe Tyee's Andrew Macleod, the Times Colonist's Rob Shawand Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_25-Apr-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:38am EST

We speak with provincial Green leader Jane Sterk about the latest poll numbers and the hiring of a new executive director -Rebecca Helps. Forests and Range Minister Pat Belldiscusses the state of British Columbia's wildfire preparedness. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonDavid CubberleyEleanor Gregory and Bob Russel - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_18-Apr-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:49am EST

British Columbia Teachers' Federation president Irene Lanzinger and Council of Senior Citizens' Organizations of British Columbia president Sylvia MacLeay discuss a new coalition protesting provincial government service cuts. Vicki Huntington joins us to talk about her experiences so far as an independent MLA. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonEleanor GregorySheila Orr and Bob Russell - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_4-Apr-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:46pm EST

 

We speak with the Western Canada Wilderness Committee's new executive director David Holtzman. Central Saanich school trustee Edith Loring-Kuhanga discusses her bid to run for the federal New Democrats in Saanich-Gulf Islands. And our rabble-rousing panel - David CubberleyEleanor GregoryThe Tyee's Andrew Macleod and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

 

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_28-Mar-10.mp3
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Former provincial New Democrat children and family development critic Nicholas Simons discusses why child protection issues no longer top British Columbia's political agenda. Think City chair Neil Monckton and Canadian Federation of Independent Business provincial affairs director Brian Bonney share their views on the place of businesses big and small in local politics. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonSheila OrrBob Russell and Monday Magazine's Jason Youmans - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_25-Mar-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:24pm EST

We discuss cutbacks to British Columbia's legal services with Mulligan Tam Pearson Law Corp. partner Mike MulliganThe Tyee's David Beers weighs in on the sale of Canada's most influential chain of newspapers. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson,Eleanor GregoryThe Tyee's Andrew Macleod and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_14-Mar-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:23am EST

We discuss the Campbell administration's natural resource ministry cutbacks with former provincial New Democrat forests minister David Zirnhelt. British Columbia Government and Service Employees' Union president Darryl Walker joins us to talk about the province supersizing and downsizing plans. Advocate Robin Loxton shares his thoughts on the axing of services for people with disabilities. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonEleanor Gregory, the Times Colonist's Dave Obee and Bob Russell - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_7-Mar-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:10pm EST

We review the performance of the Olympic resistance movement with Games critic Chris ShawSeth Klein from the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and Neils Veldhuis from the Fraser Institute talk about the upcoming provincial budget. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonDavid CubberleyBob Russell and Allan Warnke - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_28-Feb-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:15pm EST

We discuss the Campbell administration's decision to ban mining, as well as oil and gas development, in the Flathead Valley with Association of Mineral Exploration British Columbia president Gavin Dirom and Wildsight program manager Casey Brennan. Former provincial deputy health officer Shaun Peck shares his thoughts on a recent government poll on the effectiveness of photo radar. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don AndersonDavid CubberleyEleanor Gregory and Bob Russell - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics. 

Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_21-Feb-10.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:35pm EST

Dogwood Initiative executive director Will Horter discusses the coming year in environmental politics. British Columbia Chamber of Commerce president John Winter shares his thoughts on the New Democrats' upcoming economic forums. And our rabble-rousing panel - Don Anderson, David Cubberley, the Times Colonist's Dave Obee and Bob Russell - debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics.
Direct download: Public_Eye_Radio_3-Jan-09.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:54pm EST