Tomorrow morning, on Public Eye Radio, parks board member Spencer Herbert talks about the need for a tent city in Vancouver if more homeless housing isn't built. Provincial New Democrat critic Nicholas Simons shares his thoughts on our recent report that children and family development is one of the sickiest ministries in the government. And Canadian Taxpayers Federation spokesperson Maureen Bader and British Columbia Federation of Labour president Jim Sinclair take on the Campbell administration's controversial decision to increase the maximum payable salaries for deputy ministers. Also on the show: our rabble-rousing panel - Chris Gainor, Alex Tsakumis and Allan Warnke - will debate the week that was in provincial and federal politics. You can listen to Public Eye Radio outside of Victoria by logging into CFAX 1070 between 8:30 and 10:00. If you have a question for one of our guests, you can email us or leave a comment below.
August 9, 2008