Ep. 112 - Stay-at-home... ish


The province is still technically under a stay-at-home order, which means no leaving your home unless for specific reasons. But with summer-like weather finally making an appearance and more and more people becoming partially vaccinated, folks are starting to gather again. On this week's podcast, are people starting to tune out the provincial government? Also, Greg Lyle, founder and managing director of the national public opinion research and strategy firm Innovative Research Group, joins the podcast to discuss whether the Progressive Conservative government has stopped the bleeding on its popularity.
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