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2022—Year in Review

Canada's Biggest Issues in 2022

Posted on December 12, 2022


The curtain will soon fall on 2022, a year that started with so much optimism after two years of Covid restrictions, vaccine mandates and lockdowns. Instead of a rebound to normal, many other issues have risen to prominence during the year.  In today’s show, we look back at some of those events of 2022 and where they may lead us in 2023. 

Watch the show, read the articles and then cast your vote and email your MP to tell them why you think what you do--Only at! 


Joining us to discuss what transpired in 2022…

1.    Nik Nanos, Chief Data Scientist and Founder, NANOS RESEARCH

2.    Tasha Kheiriddin, Columnist National Post, Principal Navigator

3.    Nelson Wiseman, Professor Emeritus Dept. Political Science, University of Toronto

4.    Tom Parkin, Commentator / Columnist and Principal at Impact Strategies

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See how other Canadians are voting


December 19, 2022

I voted: The Freedom Convoy and use of Emergencies Act

During the Freedom convoy Canadians just wanted to voice their opinion and be heard. Our government on the other hand called us down and sent in the police to stop the people who were mostly non-violent. They hurt people with the act of horses trampling an on-looker, they froze bank accounts and arrested convoy organizers and held them in jail for long duration before allowing them bail. The Canadian People's rights were violated and unconstitutional in my opinion. For that reason I am asking you as a Canadian and as human being to re-look at the crimes committed by our government against the people when they are supposed to be working for and with the people who put them in to govern our country. This also should include any mp who has been assigned by the people to support the people, such as yourself (my MP). It is my hope that you will seriously consider the consequences that has taken hold here and know the adverse affect it has had on the Canadian people. 

December 18, 2022

I voted: The Freedom Convoy and use of Emergencies Act

This Emergencies Act was a totally unacceptable display of power via King Trudeau's Liberal Government. 

December 18, 2022

I voted: OtherAs seniors, the biggest story is how we as 75 year old people have been impacted by inflation. We saved our whole lives, paid our way, put money aside, and now have trouble making ends meet. We see younger travelling to Mexico, Hawaii, Australia for vacations, but how does that happen? Is our society geared towards perpetual inflation?? spend spend continuously and just keep getting more wages year after year??? How about us old folks who don’t get any increases, yet everything keeps going up and up.

December 18, 2022

Excellent point. Seniors feel it more than the rest of us and it’s already pretty depressing as it is. Hang in there and thanks for sharing. 

December 18, 2022

I voted: Healthcare crisis in hospitalsLiberals are more interested in power and control than helping Canadians.

Go Woke and Go Broke!!!

December 18, 2022

I voted: The Freedom Convoy and use of Emergencies ActI saw first hand what the Freedom Convoy occupation looked like on the ground. Shocking that it took nearly 3 weeks to clear out.

December 12, 2022

I voted: Russia’s invasion of UkraineSadly, the war is impacting everyone, everywhere. Which is why I think its the biggest story of 2022.

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