Parliamentary Report – Where is the election?

We are busy drafting scripts for all the upcoming shows that we have set to launch between now and the end of the year and we were supposed to launch Parliamentary Report at the end of June but the Prime Minister is not cooperating.

Many official news reports said that he would dissolve parliament in June when they are set to rise for the summer but this did not happen. Thankfully we have fixed election dates so we know it’s coming on October 21, whether he likes it or not.

We are conducting a lot of research to bring you information on all of the parties, so we will not complain too much about this delay. We did make an official cutoff of July 1 for any updates on party platforms as we think they have had enough time to prepare.

Our first episode is ready to go and will follow the official announcement of the election in a time slot that has yet to be decided. We are also working on a briefing about all 16 parties running in the election and they will air in addition to our normal weekly program.

Keep an eye out for the party briefings coming 3 days a week (Monday, Wednesday & Friday). We will amend episode 1 with a notice as to when these episodes will start running.

Official Announcement – Parliamentary Report

The Eaton Media Group is proud to announce our first in a long line of upcoming podcasts. Parliamentary Report will launch at the end of June when the current session in parliament ends and the writ is dropped for the federal election in October. Coming to you on a weekly basis, this podcast will take an in-depth look at what’s really going on in Parliament. Our aim is to provide our listeners/viewers with all the information they need to make strong empowered decisions when it comes to the future of this great nation.

We believe that our political leaders need to be held accountable for their actions and words. Being critical of one’s political leaders is a small but important step in ensuring a strong democracy in this country. Over the past few years, the domestic media has become complacent and interlocally lazy, their journalistic standards have deteriorated into nothing more than clickbait. We see this as a vast disservice to Canadians, as the traditional media have become political activists, rather than reporting the facts and raising questions so the Canadian public can decide for themselves.

Join us every Saturday afternoon for a weekly review of the status of politics in Canada and become part of the discussion and not the problem. Links to where to find the podcast will follow once we have settled how to structure distribution.

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