#ThroneSpeech BreakDown What is Next? We hear from journalists

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Friday, June 23, 2017

TODAY’S SHOW Host: Irwin Oostindie @DutchPhoto

STARTS AT 04:00 Introduction

05:00-24:00 Weather & News


24:00 BC Government #ThroneSpeech, BC Liberals try to cling to power or want to fight another election campaign. Ramifications for a GreeNDP coalition and projects like Kinder Morgan and Site-C.

20:00 Hereditary Chief Gordon August on Site-C, local opposition, and the BC Liberals race to push it past the point of no return.

30:00 Bob Mackin, TheBreaker.news analysis on BC Liberals clinging to power and trying to  manouever for another election. Facing the end of 16 years of power after losing their majority on May 9, Christy Clark’s BC Liberals are getting ready for a Hail Mary session in the Legislature.

45:00 Andrew MacLeod, Legislative Reporter, The Tyee, breaks down the spin and the content of the BC Liberals throne speech. Liberal Steve Thomson Chosen as Speaker, Won’t ‘Speculate’ on Possible Government Change. Past practice has been for speakers to resign when government falls. NDP and Greens Attack Throne Speech: ‘You Have to Change Before an Election’

#bcelxn17 #bcpoli @bcndp @bcliberals @BCGreens


 

Preview of Saturday’s RED EYE on COOP RADIO

  • Lawyer Kaitlyn Mitchell, from Ecojustice, will talk about the recent review of the Canadian Environmental Protection Act, and why Canada must recognize the right to a healthy environment for all.
  • Recording from Democracy Now, on the Grenfell Tower fire in London last week.
  • Interview with Yale historian James Whitman on his book Hitler’s American Model: The United States and the Making of Nazi Race Law.
  • Sven Biggs — of the environmental group, Stand — on five ways the province can stop the Kinder Morgan pipeline

RISK – film trailer.  A film by Laura Poitras, Academy Award-winning director of Citizenfour. Executive produced by Sam Esmail, Award-winning creator of Mr. Robot. IN SELECT THEATRES, MAY 5th


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