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The Diachronic Barber Pole Observations of a Recovering Hockey Exile

Montreal Mystique Interviews Jack Layton

August 25, 2009, by Homme De Sept-Iles

On Friday, Montreal Mystique spoke at length with NDP leader and Hudson, Quebec native, Jack Layton about the Canadiens, hockey in the fifties and Layton’s impressions of the NHL and the state of the game then and now. Layton, a thoughtful, informative person, showed his humourous side and kept things light but insightful. Montreal Mystique is grateful to Mr. Layton and to NDP press secretary Marc-André Viau to have had this opportunity to speak to Mr. Layton despite his very busy schedule. We hope you enjoy this, our second podcast interview.

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Montreal Mystique Podcast  

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Jack Layton Podcast Interview (24 minutes)

Layton Facts
(Adapted from Wikipedia)

John Gilbert “Jack” Layton, PC, MP (born July 18, 1950) is a Canadian social democratic politician and since 2003 has been leader of Canada’s New Democratic Party. He is a former member of the Toronto City Council and acting deputy mayor of Toronto, Ontario. On June 28, 2004, he was elected Member of Parliament for the constituency of Toronto—Danforth. He is married to fellow MP Olivia Chow.

The son of a Progressive Conservative cabinet minister, Layton was raised in Hudson, Quebec. He rose to prominence in Toronto municipal politics where he was one of the most prominent left wing voices on city and metro council, and was also a Board member for the Toronto Port Authority. In 1991 he ran for mayor, but lost to June Rowlands. Remaining on council he rose to become head of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities. In 2003 he was elected head of the NDP on the first ballot of the convention

Under his leadership, the NDP considerably increased their support, almost doubling the party’s popular vote in the 2004 election, though vote splitting with the Liberals limited their gain in seats. Layton’s NDP held balance of power in the Paul Martin’s minority government, where in May 2005 the NDP supported the Liberal budget in exchange for major amendments, in what was promoted as Canada’s “First NDP budget”. In November of that year, Layton worked with other opposition parties in bringing down the Liberal government over the findings of the Gomery Commission. The NDP saw further gains in the 2006 and 2008 elections, in which the party won more seats than it had since its 1980s peak. The NDP’s current tally of 37 MPs under Layton is just 6 seats short of the party’s all-time high under Ed Broadbent.

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Montreal Mystique Podcast  

Upcoming September podcast: Dave Bidini of Rheostatics and BidiniBand and author of several resonant books including The Best Game You Can Name and his most recent title, Around the World in 57½ Gigs.

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8 comments

1 JD { 09.04.09 at 1:14 PM }

Very entertaining podcast. Some interesting stories from the NDP leader, who knew that someone would jump from a train in an attempt to make practice!

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2 MikeL { 09.04.09 at 2:06 PM }

Nice job. I really liked the two questions about allowing U.S. sports media entry into Canada and government involvement in the payment for arenas. He side-stepped them both, but great questions.

Gordie Howe? Defenseman? Interesting.

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3 Jay { 09.05.09 at 1:12 AM }

Excellent interview. I love the start with the hockey anthem discussion…

Great first question in regards to living in Hudson, which got Jack going down memory lane with his father and uncle… I thought the story about the lights at the forum was pretty cool. Nice subtle correction when it come to Gordie’s position… Very good question about funding or arenas and resulting discussion…

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4 Dan Thibeault { 09.13.09 at 6:04 PM }

I do not support the politics however I did enjoy the interview. I found the story about the Forum fascinating, very interesting interview keep it up I am hooked.

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5 David Pilon { 09.30.09 at 10:38 AM }

What a human politician! Felt like I was listening to my hockey crazed uncle. What a true fan of the sport.

Can’t imagine any other politician talking so candidly–about either hockey or his family. Certainly not Count Iggy, who keeps wanting to remind us of his aristocratic stock. Boooring.

Otherwise, keep up the good work. Glad I stumbled on this.

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6 Jim Halpert { 09.30.09 at 10:42 AM }

Great interview

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7 Homme de Sept-Iles { 09.30.09 at 11:00 AM }

I thought so, too, David. Your uncle, is he also an Original Six fan? Habs? We were thinking of talking to Michael Ignatieff but haven’t investigated whether he is into hockey or not. Could be an interview for the future. Check back, we’ve asked some interesting folks to appear here.

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