Nobody will blame you for being confused about voter intention across the province. Duelling polls from Abacus Data and Janet Brown have the UCP either losing big or winning big in Calgary. So, what's a voter to think? Ryan opens the show with campaign developments over the past 24 hours, including both parties' tax plans, controversial comments about transgender students from a UCP candidate in central Alberta, and a proposed plan for forced drug rehab.
10:40 | Ten years ago, Ben Perrin was Prime Minister Stephen Harper's advisor on justice and public safety. The UBC Law professor and best-selling author follows up on yesterday's interview with Adam Zivo about Canada's "safer supply" program.
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44:50 | Rachel Gilmore might be Canada's most-trolled journalist. The longtime major network correspondent on far right extremism, conspiracy theories, and misinformation was let go by Global News just two weeks after winning a national journalism award. In one of her first interviews since being laid off, Rachel talks to us about the personal toll of being threatened on an almost-daily basis, and her biggest worry re: the future of journalism, and women working in the field.
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