Do Political Parties Have A Future

The Agenda with Steve Paikin

A recent poll shows a majority of Canadians believe that political parties serve their own interests over those of voters. Why the mistrust? Can anything be done about it? Or is it an indication that political parties as we know them are on their way out. In this week's instalment of The Democracy Agenda, our joint venture with The Toronto Star, Steve Paikin talks with David Herle, Sean Speer, David Moscrop, and Susan Delacourt.
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