How will the US strikes on Baghdad affect the price of oil?
What happened to the promise of having ride hailing implemented in BC by the end of 2019? With a political debt to the taxi lobby there’s no reason to rush.
There’s more to the story in the last decade than pending climate catastrophe, increasing political divisions, white privilege, and pipelines.
A wish that could have a major impact on our public discussions, policy debates and the way we do politics – what would it be?
Let’s start with the biggest question in reviewing 2019. Mark Milke drops by to discuss his most recent book. Plus our year end awards for Quote of the Year, Goofy of the Year and the shocking stats that blew people away while outraged others just for bringing them up.
Calgary and Edmonton should be laughing at this one. Toronto too. Despite many promises – Vancouver and BC don’t have ride sharing. And amazingly – “progressive” politicians tell us to ignore one of the biggest changes in society – the advent of the sharing economy.