This week on The Writ podcast:
Polls of the week
An update from Abacus Data on federal politics, including what Canadians thought of the throne speech, if they thought anything at all.
In Quebec, François Legault’s Coalition Avenir Québec remains on track for a landslide in next year’s election, according to Léger.
In Atlantic Canada, three governments are boasting high satisfaction ratings. One of them isn’t: New Brunswick.
In the news
Sabrina Nanji of Queen’s Park Observer is back to give us the latest news in Ontario politics, as the countdown to the 2022 provincial election is now 181 days.
Questions and answers
Which governments are at most political risk from inflation?
What’s an indicator of a leader in trouble?
Who is getting their election expenses reimbursed, and who isn’t?
What’s on my Spotify Wrapped list?
We’re approaching the 100th anniversary of the 1921 federal election, perhaps the first election to look familiar to our modern eyes.
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This week’s podcast title musical inspiration courtesy of Frédéric Chopin: