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We are back from our summer break with a special Question and Answer edition of the Daveberta Podcast. Dave dives deep into our mailbag to answer some of the great Alberta politics and federal election questions our listeners have sent in over the past few weeks.
Thanks to our producer, Adam Rozenhart, for helping us put the show together, and a huge thanks to the Alberta Podcast Network, powered by ATB, for supporting the show.
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- Green Drinks: Climate Politics, October 9, 2019 at the Yellowhead Brewery in Edmonton
- LitFest Presents: Election Night – Can’t We Get Along?, October 21, 2019 at Metro Cinema
- The Heard Podcast, a new podcast by Edmonton-City Centre MLA David Shepherd
- Jia Tolentino on what happens when life is an endless performance (Ezra Klein Show, August 26, 2019)
- Scientists sound alarm over Alberta’s new approach to tracking oilsands pollution (CBC, September 18, 2019)
- I’m Calgary’s Muslim mayor. We can learn from Trudeau’s ‘brownface’ moment, by Naheed Nenshi (Washington Post, September 21, 2019)
- Why does any Canadian need a handgun? What the gun control debate is missing, by Patrick White and Tom Cardoso (Globe and Mail, September 20, 2019)
Note: In this episode we referred to the investigation into sexual harrassment allegations against MP Kent Hehr’s as being inconclusive. This is incorrect. The third-party report found the claims against Hehr were legitimate, but details of the independent investigation were not publicly released. We apologize for this mistake.