2017 has been a wild year in Canadian politics.
It's been one thing after another:
Ethics scandals, allegations of insider trading, trade agreements coming apart at the seams, an anti-blasphemy motion and an authoritarian rewrite of election laws in Alberta that will serve to silence critics of the government.
This year has been a bad year for freedom and accountability, and I can't say that I'll be sad to see it go.
Joining me to look back on the year that died in Canadian politics is Calgary-based conservative activist and founder of Alberta Can't Wait, Prem Singh.