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Splošna deklaracija človekovih pravic bo 10-ga decembra stara 70 let. Postala je temelj razvoja človekovih pravic, na podlagi katerega so te po drugi svetovni vojni dosegle velik napredek. Kljub tedanjim zavezam držav podpisnic pa smo še vedno priče kršitvam prav vseh 30-ih členov deklaracije. V prihodnjih 10-ih tednih bomo v oddaji ob tej priložnosti - 'Moje, tvoje, naše človekove pravice' - predstavili Splošno deklaracijo človekovih pravic in nekaj njenih posamičnih členov ter pretehtali n ...
 
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Vaccine QR codes are here. In this week's episode, hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss how they work, the difference from the paper receipt, and whether the app stores your personal information. Also, they do a fact-check of the Progressive Conservative's latest election advertising. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy informati…
 
Mike Schreiner, leader of the Green Party of Ontario, joins the podcast to discuss Ontario's nursing shortage. He also gets into the departure of his federal counterpart, Annamie Paul, and why he hopes she will run for the provincial Green Party in the upcoming election. Also, mandatory vaccinations, a funding dispute with optometrists, and controv…
 
The Government of Ontario is back this week with a speech from the throne, but was it different from the many Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath have heard before? We take a look at what was inside and much more including a supreme court decision about Toronto City Council and some vaccination politics at Queen's Park. You can help TVO cover eve…
 
Canadians have had their say. On this week's episode, hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss the results of the 44th general election. You can help TVO cover even more Ontario politics and policy. Donate today at www.tvo.org/supportpods to help bring the #onpoli podcast to life. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
With less than one week to go until the federal election and Ontario's legislature prorogued, all eyes are on the party leaders as they make their final push. In this week's podcast, Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath look at where the parties sit going into election day. Plus, why the People's Party of Canada is gaining in the polls. See omnyst…
 
It was a busy week at Queen's Park. Just days after announcing a vaccine passport for the province, the Ontario legislature was prorogued until Oct. 4. In this week's episode, Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath will have an update on that. They will also discuss the details of the vaccine passports and why small businesses are concerned. Also, t…
 
Sending children back to in-class learning. Plus, how ugly demonstrations may end up restricting democracy. Nam Kiwanuka’s piece: “Is Ontario on the verge of jeopardizing another school year before it starts?” https://www.tvo.org/article/is-ontario-on-the-verge-of-jeopardizing-another-school-year-before-it-starts David Moscrop’s piece: https://www.…
 
After a brief break, Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath are back with no lack of news to discuss. They'll start with MPP Rick Nicholls being removed from the Progressive Conservative caucus over his vaccination status. Then, a fundraising appeal that crossed a line. Finally, why Doug Ford and Justin Trudeau seem to have a non-aggression pact whe…
 
Ontario is getting set to enter Step 2 of the province's reopening plan (haircuts!). In the final episode of the season, the podcast discusses how the province is faring and whether Step 3 could come sooner. Also, some new polling on Premier Doug Ford's use of the notwithstanding clause. And the numbers are surprising. See omnystudio.com/listener f…
 
On Friday, the provincial government announced some major changes to its cabinet, with some long-standing names shown the door, and one very familiar name shuffled back in. On this week's podcast, Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss the changes. Plus - fake polling, and the unofficial start to the 2022 Ontario election. See omnystudio.com…
 
Last week, an Ontario judge ruled that an election spending law put in place by the provincial government infringed on freedom of expression. Hours later, Premier Doug Ford announced the province would be invoking the notwithstanding clause to override the court's decision. Premier Doug Ford threatened to invoke the clause in 2018, but eventually b…
 
Ontario is set to enter Stage 1 of its re-opening plan this coming Friday. What exactly is involved, and what will be allowed to re-open? Also, while COVID-19 dominated the Ontario legislature this year, there were some non-COVID related bills that were passed. On this week's pod, Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath look those bills that may have…
 
The provincial government has announced that David Williams, the province's chief medical officer of health, is set to leave his post at the end of June. What are the circumstances around his departure, and who is replacing him. Also, are schools coming back or not? See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
The province is still technically under a stay-at-home order, which means no leaving your home unless for specific reasons. But with summer-like weather finally making an appearance and more and more people becoming partially vaccinated, folks are starting to gather again. On this week's podcast, are people starting to tune out the provincial gover…
 
In the early days of the pandemic, the relationship between the federal Liberals and the Progressive Conservatives seemed neutral, maybe even pleasant. Fast forward to today and the Progressive Conservatives have launched a series of attack ads against the federal government about COVID-19 variants allegedly slipping through the border. On this wee…
 
Ontario has revealed the details of its paid sick day program, and the reaction has been mixed. On this week's podcast, hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss how Ontario's sick day plan stacks up against other provinces. Also, Fatima Syed, journalist and host of Canadaland's new podcast "The Backbench" joins the pod to discuss why Pee…
 
It's not often you hear the words "I'm sorry" from a politician, let alone the premier of Ontario. Last week, Doug Ford apologized for the restrictions he implemented two weekends ago, some of which were rolled back. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss that apology and the province's (sort of) about face on paid sick days. Also, Hei…
 
On December 15, 2016, Soleiman Faqiri was found dead in his cell after an altercation with a group of correctional officers. After suffering a schizophrenic episode, the 30-year-old was awaiting a mental health assessment at a Lindsay Ontario jail. He was pepper sprayed, shackled, and wearing a spit hood. But there was no footage of what went on in…
 
It's been one week since our last episode, and to say much has changed would be an understatement. Playgrounds closed. Then opened. New police powers granted, which were then rejected by most police departments. Then there was the announcement the government would be closing the legislature early, despite promises to keep it going until June. On th…
 
Ontario has announced that all elementary and secondary schools will be moving online for the foreseeable future. The move comes as cases continue to surge in the province. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath break down what you need to know. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.…
 
Three new polls are showing that if an election were held today, the Progressive Conservative party would come out with a majority. That's despite the fact the government has faced criticism over its handling of the pandemic. Hosts Steve Paikin and John Michael McGrath discuss how the numbers break down. Also, freelance Queen's Park reporter Sabrin…
 
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