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Voice of BC


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 18 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 YouTube 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 and a great learning tool for educators at both the K-12 and post secondary levels. 

Upcoming Shows
JAN 29


Thursday, January 29 @ 7pm


Former BC Liberal Health Minister George Abbott and former BC NDP Health Minister Paul Ramsey discuss the challenges they faced in this ministry and how they see healthcare issues unfolding in the future.
APR 10


Thursday, February 5 @ 7pm


Global TV's Bureau Chief, Keith Baldrey and Globe and Mail National Correspondent, Justine Hunter join Vaughn Palmer to discuss what has been going on in BC Politics and what the year ahead may hold.
FEB 12

Thursday, February 12 @ 7pm


Author and former Chief of Staff to Premier Campbell, Martyn Brown and former BC NDP cabinet minister, Paul Ramsey delve into the throne speech with Vaughn Palmer and spectulate on what could be in the 2015 provincial budget.
FEB 19

Thursday, February 19 @ 7pm


BC Finance Minister Mike de Jong discusses the 2015 provincial budget.
FEB 26

Thursday, February 26 @ 7pm

Leader of the Opposition

BC NDP Leader, John Horgan critics Premier Clark's throne speech and 2015 provincial budget.