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Off the Hill: Hot summer in the West

Off the Hill: Hot summer in the West

rabble’s June 2022 Off the Hill panel dissected Canadian politics in a time of turbulent leadership.

Considering the departure of the (disgraced) premier in Alberta and the federal conservative leadership race becoming increasingly vitriolic, our expert panelists offered analysis into what we could expect to see unfold in Alberta and Ottawa’s political scenes.

Watch award-winning parliamentary reporter Karl Nerenberg; former NDP deputy leader and author of Outside In: A Political Memoir, Libby Davies; founder of the 613-819 Black Hub and communications professional Robin Browne; journalist, trade union communicator and AlbertaPolitics.ca author David Climenhaga; Iyahe Nakoda educator, speaker, writer, rabble columnist and co-contact person for the Indigenous Activist Networks Rachel Snow; and writer, policy researcher and rabble columnist Chuka Ejeckam connect these topics and more during this fast-paced panel.

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