Voice of BC
Thursdays at 7PM.
What is Voice of BC?
Voice of BC, Shaw TV’s weekly public affairs program, has been produced for the past 17 years. The program gives British Columbians the opportunity to hear from top politicians in B.C. and across Canada, as well as leaders in the academic and business communities, in a balanced and thoughtful forum.
Voice of BC is hosted by respected Vancouver Sun columnist Vaughn Palmer. One of B.C.’s foremost political commentators, Palmer brings his unique style and perspective on B.C. politics to this series.
To view archived Voice of BC shows...
DID YOU KNOW that Voice of BC is on Facebook. Check out our page for upcoming shows and short video clips from each week’s show.
DID YOU KNOW that Voice of BC now has it’s own U-Tube channel called Voice of BC Snapshots. Here you will find hundreds of short video clips on a large number of topics. These are a great way to invest 30-40 seconds on a topic or key political figure in BC politics, or a great learning tool for educators at both the K-12 and post secondary levels.
Thursday, May 23 @ 7pm
Social Policy for BC
Social policies are often the first to feel the impact of challenging economic times, how will they fare with BC's new Liberal government? - Michael Prince from the Department of Social Policy at the University of Victoria and Judith Sayers, Strategic Advisor to First Nations and Corporations, provide their points of view on a number of challenging social issues facing BC.
Thursday, May 30 @ 7pm
Unions in BC
With a new Liberal government in place, will the relationship between government and the unions change and if so - how will this change impact British Columbians? Susan Lambert from the BC Teachers' Federation and Bonnie Pearson from the Hospital Employees' Union comment on the key issues facing unions and how they feel their relationship with government will change - if at all.
Thursday, June 6 @ 7pm
BC's Political Landscape
A new Liberal government means change, but what exactly will be changing and will there be winners and losers? Gordon Campbell's former Chief of Staff and author Martyn Brown, and political commentator Bill Tieleman, provide their points of view on how they see a new Liberal government addressing the many challenges facing British Columbia.