Worried about the outcome on Monday? Haven’t decided how to vote — or whether to vote? rabble.ca’s national live-politics panel, Off The Hill, was back on Friday, September 17th for a special election panel: #ELXN44: down to the wire — and you can now watch it too.
Join host Robin Browne, and guests Libby Davies, Chuka Ejeckham, Rachel Snow, Karl Nerenberg and Diana Yoon for an insightful discussion of the real issues facing us as September 20th quickly approaches, and how we can make this election count.
Robin Browne is Off the Hill’s co-host. Robin is a communications professional and the co-lead of the 613-819 Black Hub, living in Ottawa. His blog is The “True” North. Follow Robin on Twitter at https://twitter.com/RobinBrowne
Libby Davies is author of Outside In: a Political Memoir. She served as the MP for Vancouver East from 1997-2015, and is former NDP Deputy Leader and House Leader, and is recipient of the Order of Canada. Follow Libby on Twitter at https://twitter.com/libbydavies
Chuka Ejeckam is a political researcher and writer, and works in the labour movement in British Columbia. Read Chuka’s regular column on rabble.ca https://rabble.ca/about/bios/chuka-ejeckam. And follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/ChukaEjeckam
Rachel Snow is Iyahe Nakoda, the daughter of late Reverend Dr. Chief John Snow. She holds a juris doctor from the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan and is an outspoken educator, speaker, writer and co-contact person for the Indigneous Activist Networks. Follow her @RachelAnnSnow on Twitter.
Diana Yoon is a climate and housing justice activist and community organizer based in Toronto/Tkaronto. Diana works as the Climate Specialist at Toronto Environmental Alliance. Diana ran in the 2019 federal election as the NDP candidate in Spadina-Fort York and sits as an Ontario Rep for NDP Federal Council. You can find Diana on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DianaYoonTO
Karl Nerenberg is an award-winning journalist, broadcaster and filmmaker, working in both English and French languages. He joined rabble as parliamentary correspondent in 2011