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[10 May 2005]

With one week until election and referendum day, Joseph Planta checked in with veteran journalist and broadcaster John Pifer, who let us in on his thoughts on the campaign so far, why Gordon Campbell is successful but not popular, and how the leaders have done on the stump and in debate.

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[4 May 2005]

Bill Tieleman, former communications director to Glen Clark, and an opponent to the STV proposal talked with Joseph Planta about why he’s against STV, as well offered his thoughts on last night’s leaders debate.

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[2 May 2005]

BC Liberal incumbent in Vancouver Kensington and Minister of State for Immigration and Multicultural Services, the Hon. Patrick Wong went on the line with Joseph Planta to talk about his work as an MLA and why he should be re-elected on May 17th.

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[28 Apr 2005]

Veteran independent journalist John Twigg of the newsletter, The Twigg Report, talked with Joseph Planta this afternoon, about his view of the BC election campaign thus far.

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[28 Apr 2005]

Journalist, broadcaster and corporate communications consultant Gary Bannerman talked with Joseph Planta about his thoughts on federal politics, the provincial election, and the state of broadcasting.

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[21 Apr 2005]

David Schreck a political pundit, former NDP MLA, and former advisor to two NDP premiers, and the publisher of his own site strategicthoughts.com, talked with Joseph Planta about the election campaign, how the NDP is doing, and why he’ll be voting ‘no’ in the STV referendum on electoral reform.

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[18 Apr 2005]

Adriane Carr, the leader of the BC Green Party and their candidate in Powell River-Sunshine Coast talked with Joseph Planta about how the campaign was shaping up across the province and in her riding; as well, why British Columbians should consider voting Green on May 17th.

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[20 Jan 2005]

Gregor Robertson, the BC NDP candidate in Vancouver-Fairview for the upcoming provincial election, talks to Joseph Planta about why he’s entered the political arena, after years of success running Happy Planet Foods.

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[25 Oct 2004]

Broadcaster and author, not to mention former politician and former lawyer, Rafe Mair talked with Joseph Planta about his new book, Rafe: A Memoir (Harbour, 2004), as well as his career in politics and broadcasting.

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[25 Aug 2004]

David Schreck talks with The Commentary’s Joseph Planta about BC politics and more.