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Gerry Caplan | Bullying is an expansive phenomenon, running along a wide continuum, ranging from physical to verbal abuse. For some reason, society deems much of it to be perfectly acceptable, at least in politics.
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Roger Annis | The May 14 general election in British Columbia was a setback to progressive political forces in the province and throughout Canada. Roger Annis examines the damage and what to do next.
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This Week on Media Mornings | B.C. election post-mortem: Éric Grenier (threehundredeight.com), Gurpreet Singh (Radio India), Grand Chief Stewart Phillip (UBCIC). Plus Jen Moore (MiningWatch) on Canadian mining abuses.
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Michael Stewart | What happened to the B.C. NDP? Last night, two monumentally impressive successes in a night of failure and defeat offer some explanation: the key riding wins of David Eby and George Heyman.
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David Taub Bancroft | I believe that five lessons -- real, imagined, and not-quite-clear -- will be gleaned from the BC Liberal upset victory.
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Nathan Crompton | In reality the NDP allowed itself no alternative platform from which to launch a criticism against the BC Liberal record.
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David Ball and Irwin Oostindie | David Ball and Irwin Oostindie speak with The Tyee's legislative bureau chief about today's election and the recent Health Ministry's firings.
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David Ball and Irwin Oostindie | David Ball and Irwin Oostindie on the B.C. election, government transparency and access to information.
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This Week on Media Mornings | A 2013 provincial election podcast of the best interviews, headlines & music with the candidates & commentators on Media Mornings daily news hour.
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Michael Stewart | Over the last two weeks, Vancouver's downtown has witnessed an unprecedented rash of closures or evictions. In response, the city has adopted a new defensive pose: embarrassment and boredom.
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David P. Ball | Vote-splitting, democratic choice and electoral reform. Natural gas fracking supported by Liberals and NDP. Who will defend the coast?
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David P. Ball | Investigative reporter, journalist and filmmaker Sean Holman talks about his new doc, "Whipped: The Secret World of Party Discipline." Interviewed by David P. Ball.