Unpacking the News

What the SNC-Lavalin scandal teaches us about Canadian democracy

Is the ongoing SNC-Lavalin scandal normalizing corporate interference in our democratic institutions?
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On episode 83 of Unpacking the News, SFU political science professor Dr. Stewart Prest joins host Andre Goulet to explore a list of institutional problems and potential reforms that have been put forward in the wake of the SNC Lavalin situation.

Plus: the unbearable lightness of being Andrew Scheer, The Fair Elections Act/Bill C-23 revisited and some provocative 2019 Federal Election fanfic. This conversation was recorded on March 15th, 2019.

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