In this week's episode of Off Script, research lead and Carleton PhD candidate Louise Cockram speaks with Sandra Hannebohm about how the experience of Nova Scotian female politicians compares to those across Canada.
This week on Off Script, we explore the unique experiences of the women who ran for and won seats in the Nova Scotia legislature - the challenges they faced in getting there, and the challenges awaiting them once they arrived.
Bob's father was a cabinet minister in John Savage's liberal government, but most of Bob's friends are 'on the orange team.' Bob shares the story of the 'strong and, frankly, bizarre reactions' of people from the red, orange and blue teams when he starred in a satirical video intended to...
Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi is one of Canada’s most well known political figures. Regardless of how close your own politics are to his, most people can probably agree he has been a powerful voice for the importance of local government. One of the ways that he does this is through...
Mike Savage has something to say about negativity in politics, and he wants you to tell you what 'togetherness' has to do with Van Gogh, itchy sweaters, imperfect families and a box full of puppies.
Andrew Black has been an active progressive conservative party member for over a decade, but his most successful campaign was the one that got an active member of another party elected to the mayor's office in Halifax.
Starting in April, Sandra Hannebohm will be a regular co-host, writer, and contributor to Off Script podcast. On this week's Off Script podcast, listen in on Mark's 'interview' with her.
The second part of a discussion shared between former NDP MLAs and authors, Howard Epstein and Graham Steele. Howard explains why he never crossed the floor to sit as an independent, and Graham outlines why (despite all his gripes with the system) politics is 'so worth it.'
This week we share the recording from a discussion with two former members of the NDP caucus, who have written books on their experience in Atlantic Canada's first NDP government.
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