NDP MP and Science and Technology Critic Laurin Liu on becoming an MP at age 20, balancing personal and political online, and injecting an entrepreneurial spirit to her role as a Parliamentarian.
Minister of State for Sport, Bal Gosal, on his auspicious beginnings on Twitter, opportunities and opportunities lost on engaging content, and the power of Facebook.
NDP MP Françoise Boivin on social dynamics and why she prefers the deep relationship she shares with her Facebook “friends” rather than what she views as the impersonal experience of a Facebook Fan Page.
Industry Minister James Moore speaks at the Manning Centre conference about Canada’s digital economy, the digital policy his office is developing, and the digital preservation of Canadian history.
Alison Loat, co-founder and Executive Director of Samara, speaks about her upcoming book “Tragedy in the Commons,” and the insider view it shares from the people inside Canada’s federal political system.
The first in a podcast series documenting (podcaster turned author turned political candidate) Whitney Hoffman’s run for Pennsylvania State Legislature.
Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith and some Alberta podcasters reinforce why being engaged is key to social media success in politics.
NationBuilder is among the most powerful, most affordable, and most scalable digital public affairs tools. Mike and Edward explain how.
Preston Manning shares his views on the role of social media in politics, issue campaigns and making sure the right message is presented the right way on the most effective channel(s).
Liberal MP Marc Garneau on social media in election and leadership campaigns, Twitter as a tool of intelligence, good-natured online political interplay online and Chris Hadfield’s tweets from space.
NDP MP Charlie Angus shares his thoughts on political adversarialism as it plays out online between politicians, and politicians and the public. He also offers thoughts for behavioural improvement.
Listen to an abridged conversation with Conservative MP Dan Albas. Mr. Albas shares his thoughts on blogging and tweeting, what John Manley taught him, and creating a virtual Parliament on the Internet.