Church fought the law, and the...no, actually, the law didn't win.
B.C. gets dealt a major blow in its pandemic enforcement with an interesting court ruling in favour of churches, Liberal leader Andrew Wilkinson resigns (…again?) and the biggest, most expensive scandal nobody is talking about – the troubled Site C dam. Host Rob Shaw discusses the latest BC political news with Jillian Oliver, Maclean Kay and Katy Merrifield.
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Rob Shaw has spent more than 13 years covering BC politics, now reporting for CHEK News and writing for The Orca. He is the co-author of the national best-selling book A Matter of Confidence, and a regular guest on CBC Radio.
Jillian Oliver is a political strategist who co-managed the last BC Green Party provincial campaign and Sonia Furstenau’s leadership campaign. She was Communications Director on the federal Nanaimo-Ladysmith by-election that elected Paul Manly and was the BC Greens Press Secretary in the 2017 provincial election and in the BC Greens legislative office from 2017-2019.
Katy Merrifield is the Vice-President for BC at Wellington Advocacy, who has served as Communications Director to Premiers of both Alberta and British Columbia, and was the youngest woman to run a winning leadership campaign in BC.
Maclean Kay is Editor-in-Chief of The Orca, and is an 11-year veteran of the BC legislature both working in government and now covering it.
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