Dec 10, 2021 • 21M

Episode #24 - Polled December night

Polls on the pandemic and the Beijing Olympics, your questions answered and a look back at holiday elections, all this and more on this week's episode of The Writ.

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Hosted by Éric Grenier, The Writ podcast explores the world of elections and politics in Canada.
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This week on 2021’s last regular edition of The Writ podcast:

Polls of the week

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Questions and answers

  • What leadership threshold do Erin O’Toole and Jason Kenney need to hit to keep their jobs?

  • Any provincial and federal politicians likely to make a jump to a different level of politics?

  • Which prime minister has held the most cabinet portfolios?

  • What impact could the Ontario Greens have on the next provincial election?

  • Could the CAQ make a breakthrough in Liberal-friendly Montreal?

The #EveryElectionProject

  • As the holidays approach, politics takes a backseat — except during the 15 times Canadians went to the polls between December 10 and the end of the year.

Look out for a special episode of The Writ Podcast next Friday!

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This week’s podcast title musical inspiration courtesy of Michael Bublé: