Mixing wit and humour with insights, Palmer provides an up-to-the-minute update on the current state of affairs in our political scene.
- Borderland & Foreign Relations
- Canada / U.S. Relations and Victoria, Ottawa, and Washington relations
You’ll hear the most current insights from three of BC’s leading political commentators who will debate, entertain, and discuss the key issues impacting the BC region within the current political landscape – locally, provincially, and nationally.
With elections and politics on the minds of many, our NSB political panel “BC Political Pulse” is ready to go!
Veteran journalists Vaughn Palmer, Bill Good and Keith Baldrey are the “go to” guys when it comes to understanding the British Columbia political landscape, past and present. Now they can appear live on stage at your meeting or event to comment, debate, take questions and entertain; and audiences love the “BC Political Pulse”.
“Funny, insightful, topical, relevant, provocative, informative, engaging and great entertainment” are some responses we hear from audiences who have experienced the BC panel. Bill, Vaughn and Keith take their popular CKNW radio segment Cutting Edge of the Ledge to the platform live and current.
The format and time for “BC Political Pulse” varies and can be customized for your meeting and program. Speak to your NSB Agent or VP about your meeting design and needs.
Vaughn Palmer has been writing a column about provincial politics for over 25 years for the Vancouver Sun. An award winning journalist, Palmer has covered multiple premiers, with a range of issues, personalities and scandals along the way.
Bill Good is one of British Columbia’s best known and respected broadcasters. He anchored CBC’s evening news for ten years, and he also anchored Canada Tonight and the CTV Evening news. Bill has hosted CKNW radio’s weekly the Bill Good Show where Cutting Edge of the Ledge became one of the most popular segments of that show.
Keith Baldrey is the Legislative Bureau Chief for Global News; an author, a radio commentator and a syndicated columnist for Postmedia. Prior to Global, Keith was the Vancouver Sun Legislature Bureau Chief for over a decade.
TOGETHER THEY ARE “BC’S POLITICAL PULSE”
Canada / U.S. Relations and Victoria, Ottawa and Washington relations