It's the most mind-boggling build in Edmonton's recent history. The Valley Line LRT, a $1.8 billion expansion to the city's light rail network, is now three years behind schedule after builder TransEd announced yet another delay. This time, it's because 140 km worth of corroded cables need to be replaced before trains can safely operate.
00:10 | Are Tim Cartmell and Andrew Knack worried Edmontonians are losing faith in their city's ability to build anything properly? The city councillors join Ryan in studio for a frank discussion about the Valley Line, downtown crime rates, and the municipal implications of provincial election results.
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39:40 | Former NDP MP Olivia Chow will serve as Toronto's next Mayor after winning a hotly-contested election. How did she win, what does her victory say about Toronto's priorities, and what does it mean for the rest of the country? Longtime political strategist and commentator Andrew Tumilty gets into it.
54:00 | Could Jack Layton have been Prime Minister? Ryan and Johnny discuss, inspired by the interview with Andrew.
1:10:00 | Did you catch the NHL Awards last night? Were you as appalled by Dierks Bentley's attempt to drink from the Stanley Cup as Johnny was?