PODCAST: The Expert welcomes Burman University political professor to discuss the federal election

Marc Froese and host Todd Vaughan discuss a variety of Canadian election issues

This is the first episode of The Expert, a podcast produced by Black Press Media Prairie Division, which focusses on discussions about the the world around us from a Central Alberta perspective.

The intent is to not only illuminate vibrant regional voices, but also provide a wide array of perspectives on news, sports, politics, entertainment and social justice.

The first episode of The Expert is a discussion with Burman University Professor Marc Froese who is an instructor in politicial science and international law. Froese recently published his book Sovereign Rules and the Politics of International Economic law.

Take a listen to the first episode of The Expert and subscribe to our channel on Soundcloud to stay up to date with upcoming issues.

Next week, The Expert will bring in the Red Deer Advocate’s Sports Reporter Byron Hackett for a discussion about the upcoming NHL hockey season.

-Vaughan

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