Canadian Politics in the Time of COVID-19

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It's been six months since the COVID-19 pandemic threw everything up in the air. And if politics slid into the background in the early days, they came roaring back this summer. The WE scandal for the Liberals, a new leader for the Conservatives, and election talk bubbling up as the fall session approaches. To catch up, The Agenda welcomes Shachi Kurl, executive director of the non-partisan public opinion research organization, the Angus Reid Institute; Sean Speer, professor at the University of Toronto's Munk School of Global Affairs and Public Policy; Jeffrey Simpson, former Globe and Mail national affairs columnist, now a fellow at the University of Ottawa; and journalist Vicky Mochama.

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