Episode 25: We answer your Alberta Politics questions

We asked listeners to send us their Alberta politics questions and we dedicated our final episode of 2018 to answering them!

We kicked off this episode with a game of “is it more likely,” where we discuss different potential scenarios in Alberta politics in 2019 and then we dove into the mailbag to answer questions on topics including Alberta separatism, political polarization and public policy, the state of opinion in the mainstream media, and whether Twitter is an effective way to discuss politics.

As this is our last episode of 2018, our first season, we want to thank everyone who has listened, downloaded and subscribed to the Daveberta Podcast over the past year. We also want to thank all of our special guest co-hosts who joined us on the podcast in 2018 – Kyla Fisher, Lianne Bell, Janelle Morin, Kate Kerber, Erika Barootes, Janis Irwin, Natasha Soles, Jamil Jivani and Kristin Raworth– we loved having you on the pod!

We really appreciate all of your feedback and and questions and we are looking forward to recording new episodes with some great guests in 2019. With a provincial and federal election expected within the next 10 months, it will be a busy year ahead!

And as always, we owe a huge thanks to our producer, Adam Rozenhart, who keeps us on track and makes each episode of the Daveberta Podcast sound so great.

Thank you for listening. Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!


The Daveberta Podcast is a member of the Alberta Podcast Network powered by ATB Financial.

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One thought on “Episode 25: We answer your Alberta Politics questions

  1. Debbie Benson

    I enjoyed your last podcast gentlemen! The discussion about civility when discussing politics or opposing viewpoints was especially relevant at this time! This article came out the day after I listened to your podcast and I think the author has some good thoughts as to how we can be civil and respectful of one another’s viewpoints and experiences! Thanks for demonstrating how two people with differing opinions and political stances can work together positively and respectfully! We need more of this as we head into 2019!

    https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/calgary/new-year-political-civility-alberta-1.4962307

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