Danielle Smith

Danielle Smith

Synopsis

Danielle delivers a unique and one of a kind type of talk radio. To say her back ground (Leader of the Wildrose Party) makes her ideally suited is an understatement . This show though is much more than just politics.

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Episodes

  • Today’s Show: Bill 22, Canadian Constitution Foundation, city employee pensions across Canada, and Bill 207
    Today’s Show: Bill 22, Canadian Constitution Foundation, city employee pensions across Canada, and Bill 207
    Duration: 01h21min | 19/11/2019

    On today’s show, we start the show by talking about the election commissioner potentially being fired amid investigation into the UCP. Derek From, Staff Lawyer with the Canadian Constitution Foundation tells us about the B.C. constitutional challenge over private health care. SecondStreet.org released a report that examines large cities in Canada and the double pensions they provide to some municipal employees. Colin Craig, President of SecondStreet.org tells us more. Lastly, Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett, the director of the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute gives us his take on Bill 207, the conscience rights bill

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 18min | 19/11/2019
  • Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett talks Bill 207
    Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett talks Bill 207
    Duration: 22min | 19/11/2019

    Guest Rev. Dr. Andrew Bennett, the director of the Cardus Religious Freedom Institute

  • Report on large cities in Canada and the double pensions they provide to some municipal employees
    Report on large cities in Canada and the double pensions they provide to some municipal employees
    Duration: 17min | 19/11/2019

    Guest Colin Craig, President of SecondStreet.org

  • B.C. constitutional challenge over private health care
    B.C. constitutional challenge over private health care
    Duration: 22min | 19/11/2019

    Guest Derek From, Staff Lawyer, Canadian Constitution Foundation

  • Prince Andrew’s Epstein interview was a horrible idea
    Prince Andrew’s Epstein interview was a horrible idea
    Duration: 19min | 19/11/2019

    Guest Dominic Green, critic, historian and the Life & Arts Editor of Spectator USA. The author of four books, he writes widely on the arts and current affairs, and contributes regularly to The Wall Street Journal and The New Criterion

  • Election commissioner will be fired amid investigation into United Conservative Party
    Election commissioner will be fired amid investigation into United Conservative Party
    Duration: 20min | 19/11/2019
  • Today’s Show: Alberta’s energy industry, Alberta’s auto insurance premiums, Bill Gates, and Douglas Murray
    Today’s Show: Alberta’s energy industry, Alberta’s auto insurance premiums, Bill Gates, and Douglas Murray
    Duration: 01h15min | 18/11/2019

    On today’s show, Dave Yager, Energy Policy Analyst, and Oil & Gas Writer helps us understand why Quebec thinks they funded Alberta’s energy industry. Celyeste Power, Vice-President for Insurance Bureau of Canada’s Western region tells us about Alberta’s auto insurance premiums going up in 2020. Matt Johnson, writer who's been published in Quillette, Stanford Social Innovation Review, The Bulwark, and many other outlets talks to us about Bill Gates and whether it is immoral to be a billionaire. Lastly, Douglas Murray, bestselling author and associate editor at The Spectator joins the show to talk about his new book, “The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity”

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 19min | 18/11/2019
  • Douglas Murray - “The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity”
    Douglas Murray - “The Madness of Crowds: Gender, Race and Identity”
    Duration: 17min | 18/11/2019

    Guest Douglas Murray, bestselling author and associate editor at The Spectator

  • Is it immoral to be a billionaire?
    Is it immoral to be a billionaire?
    Duration: 17min | 18/11/2019

    Guest Matt Johnson, writer who's been published in Quillette, Stanford Social Innovation Review, The Bulwark, and many other outlets

  • USMCA is being revamped
    USMCA is being revamped
    Duration: 13min | 18/11/2019

    Guest Sarah Goldfeder, Principal at Earnscliffe Strategy Group, fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute and former U.S. diplomat

  • Alberta’s auto insurance premiums going up in 2020
    Alberta’s auto insurance premiums going up in 2020
    Duration: 19min | 18/11/2019

    Guest Celyeste Power, Vice President, Western, Insurance Bureau of Canada

  • Why does Quebec think they funded Alberta’s energy industry?
    Why does Quebec think they funded Alberta’s energy industry?
    Duration: 22min | 18/11/2019

    Guest Dave Yager, Energy Policy Analyst, Oil & Gas Writer, and Author From Miracle to Menace: Alberta, A Carbon Story

  • Today’s Show: Kenney’s spending, Canadian bank records, declining milk consumption, and unrest in Bolivia
    Today’s Show: Kenney’s spending, Canadian bank records, declining milk consumption, and unrest in Bolivia
    Duration: 01h06min | 15/11/2019

    On today’s show, we talk about Jason Kenney and the UCP’s spending with Rick Bell, Columnist for the Calgary Sun. John Richardson, Toronto lawyer and Co-Chair Alliance For Defence Of Canadian Sovereignty tells us about almost a million Canadian bank records being sent to the IRS. Will Verboven, freelance columnist who specializes in agriculture, food and environment issues for agricultural publications in Alberta and the USA joins the show to talk about the decline in milk consumption. Lastly, we hear about the unrest in Bolivia from Eric Miller, President of the Rideau Potomac Strategy Group and a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 16min | 15/11/2019
  • Unrest in Bolivia
    Unrest in Bolivia
    Duration: 18min | 15/11/2019

    Guest Eric Miller, President of the Rideau Potomac Strategy Group and a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute

  • Milk consumption is declining
    Milk consumption is declining
    Duration: 12min | 15/11/2019

    Guest Will Verboven, freelance columnist who specializes in agriculture, food and environment issues for agricultural publications in Alberta and the USA  

  • The Need to GROW documentary
    The Need to GROW documentary
    Duration: 20min | 15/11/2019

    Guest Tanner Stewart, founder of Stewart Farms - a cannabis company based in New Brunswick and an Executive Producer of The Need to Grow

  • Canadian bank records being sent to the IRS
    Canadian bank records being sent to the IRS
    Duration: 15min | 15/11/2019

    Guest John Richardson, Toronto lawyer and Co-Chair Alliance For Defence Of Canadian Sovereignty

  • Jason Kenney and the UCPs spending
    Jason Kenney and the UCP's spending
    Duration: 21min | 15/11/2019

    Guest Rick Bell, Columnist for the Calgary Sun

  • Today’s Show: Bill 207, Eagle Spirit Energy, interprovincial trade, and Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey
    Today’s Show: Bill 207, Eagle Spirit Energy, interprovincial trade, and Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey
    Duration: 51min | 14/11/2019

    On today’s show, we talk about Bill 207, Alberta’s conscience rights bill with Cory Morgan, columnist for the Western Standard and a business owner in Pridis, Alberta. We get an update from Calvin Helin, president of Eagle Spirit Energy Holding on their plans to build a resource corridor. We talk about interprovincial trade with Mark Milke, Senior Fellow at the MEI. Lastly, Ken Green, Resident Scholar and Chair of energy and natural resource studies at the Fraser Institute goes over the Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey with us

  • The Challenge of Unity Conference
    The Challenge of Unity Conference
    Duration: 10min | 14/11/2019

    Guest John Robson, a documentary filmmaker, columnist with the National Post and commentator-at-large with News Talk Radio 580 CFRA in Ottawa

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 07min | 14/11/2019
  • Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey
    Canada-US Energy Sector Competitiveness Survey
    Duration: 16min | 14/11/2019

    Guest Ken Green, Resident Scholar and Chair of energy and natural resource studies at the Fraser Institute

  • Interprovincial trade: Alberta in first place, Quebec in last
    Interprovincial trade: Alberta in first place, Quebec in last
    Duration: 21min | 14/11/2019

    Guest Mark Milke, Senior Fellow at the MEI

  • Eagle Spirit Energy - Building a Resource Corridor
    Eagle Spirit Energy - Building a Resource Corridor
    Duration: 07min | 14/11/2019

    Guest Calvin Helin, president, Eagle Spirit Energy Holding Ltd

  • Bill 207 - Alberta’s conscience rights bill
    Bill 207 - Alberta’s conscience rights bill
    Duration: 07min | 14/11/2019

    Guest Cory Morgan, columnist for the Western Standard and a business owner in Pridis, Alberta

  • Danielle talks news of the day
    Danielle talks news of the day
    Duration: 14min | 14/11/2019
  • On today’s show: 2020 Calgary city budget, restorative-justice, Canada’s internal boundaries, and NATO
    On today’s show: 2020 Calgary city budget, restorative-justice, Canada’s internal boundaries, and NATO
    Duration: 01h16min | 13/11/2019

    On today’s show, we talk about the 2020 Calgary city budget with Marcel Latouche, president and CEO of The Institute for Public Sector Accountability. Lana Wells, Brenda Strafford Chair in the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Associate Professor at the Faculty of Social Work, and Research Fellow and Instructor with the School of Public Policy at the University of Calgary tells us how restorative-justice programs can help sexual-assault survivors. Gerard Lucyshyn, VP of Research and a Senior Fellow with the Frontier Centre for Public Policy joins the show to talk about redefining Canada’s internal boundaries to get tide-water access. Lastly, Is NATO falling apart? Steve Saideman, Director of the Canadian Defence and Security Network, co-host of the Battle Rhythm podcast, and Carleton professor lets us know

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 17min | 13/11/2019
  • Is NATO falling apart?
    Is NATO falling apart?
    Duration: 21min | 13/11/2019

    Guest Steve Saideman (Sayd-man), Director of the Canadian Defence and Security Network, co-host of the Battle Rhythm podcast, and Carleton professor

  • Tide-Water Access: Redefining Canadas Internal Boundaries
    Tide-Water Access: Redefining Canada's Internal Boundaries
    Duration: 18min | 13/11/2019

    Guest Gerard Lucyshyn is the VP Research and a Senior Fellow with the Frontier Centre for Public Policy. As an economist, Gerard’s interests include fiscal, monetary, and economic/trade policies and legislation. He has written and presented on a variety of topics dealing with municipal, provincial, federal, and international issues

  • Gravity therapy and its effects on aging
    Gravity therapy and its effects on aging
    Duration: 14min | 13/11/2019

    Guest Dr. Joan Vernikos, former Director of Life Sciences at NASA, and President and Founder of Fitterfirst

  • How restorative-justice programs can help sexual-assault survivors
    How restorative-justice programs can help sexual-assault survivors
    Duration: 16min | 13/11/2019

    Guest Lana Wells is the Brenda Strafford Chair in the Prevention of Domestic Violence and Associate Professor at the Faculty of Social Work, Research Fellow and Instructor with the School of Public Policy, University of Calgary. She is currently leading Shift: The Project to End Domestic Violence, a large-scale primary prevention initiative

  • Calgary 2020 budget
    Calgary 2020 budget
    Duration: 22min | 13/11/2019

    Guest Marcel Latouche,  president and CEO of The Institute for Public Sector Accountability

  • Today’s Show: Don Cherry fired, Ryan Straschnitzki’s surgery, Facebook’s cryptocurrency, and Quebec’s $5-billion surplus
    Today’s Show: Don Cherry fired, Ryan Straschnitzki’s surgery, Facebook’s cryptocurrency, and Quebec’s $5-billion surplus
    Duration: 02h35min | 12/11/2019

    On today’s show we start by talking about Don Cherry’s firing. Then, Dr. Aaron Phillips, professor at the University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine tells us about the surgery Paralyzed Humboldt Bronco Ryan Straschnitzki had that made his legs move again. We talk about the race against Facebook’s cryptocurrency with Ben Perrin, from the educational YouTube channel BTC Sessions. Lastly, Germain Belzile, Senior Associate Researcher at MEI tells us about Quebec’s $5-billion surplus

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 17min | 12/11/2019
  • Quebec’s $5-billion surplus
    Quebec’s $5-billion surplus
    Duration: 14min | 12/11/2019

    Guest Germain Belzile, Senior Associate Researcher at MEI

  • Governments race to beat Facebooks cryptocurrency Libra
    Governments race to beat Facebook's cryptocurrency Libra
    Duration: 18min | 12/11/2019

    Guest Ben Perrin, from the educational YouTube channel BTC Sessions, which is a Calgary based YouTube channel geared towards helping you understand Bitcoin and cryptocurrency

  • Paralyzed Humboldt Bronco can move legs after treatment in Thailand
    Paralyzed Humboldt Bronco can move legs after treatment in Thailand
    Duration: 21min | 12/11/2019

    Guest Dr. Aaron Phillips, Professor at the University of Calgary Cumming School of Medicine 

  • Danielle talks Don Cherrys firing and other news of the day
    Danielle talks Don Cherry's firing and other news of the day
    Duration: 41min | 12/11/2019
  • On today’s show: what if Alberta withdrew from the CPP, declaration of climate emergency, Orphan Well Association, and elections censorship law
    On today’s show: what if Alberta withdrew from the CPP, declaration of climate emergency, Orphan Well Association, and elections censorship law
    Duration: 01h20min | 08/11/2019

    On today’ show Bill Tufts, Author of pension Ponzi and Speaker at Meeting the Unity Challenge joins the show to talk about what would happen if Alberta withdrew from the CPP. 11,000 scientists have signed a declaration of climate emergency. Blair King, Environmental Scientist with an interest in energy policy tells us more. We talk with Lars De Pauw, Executive Director at the Orphan Well Association about Houston Oil & Gas leaving almost 1,300 wells to cleanup. Lastly, Joanna Baron, Executive Director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation tells us about launching a constitutional challenge against elections censorship law

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 17min | 08/11/2019
  • Constitutional challenge against elections censorship law
    Constitutional challenge against elections censorship law
    Duration: 17min | 08/11/2019

    Guest Joanna Baron, Executive Director of the Canadian Constitution Foundation 

  • 1 out of every 3 Canadian adult children is now taking care of their parents
    1 out of every 3 Canadian adult children is now taking care of their parents
    Duration: 13min | 08/11/2019

    Guest Stephanie Chan, founder and CEO of myCareBase

  • Houston Oil  Gas leaving almost 1,300 wells to cleanup
    Houston Oil & Gas leaving almost 1,300 wells to cleanup
    Duration: 21min | 08/11/2019

    Guest Lars De Pauw, Executive Director, Orphan Well Association

  • 11,000 scientists sign declaration of climate emergency
    11,000 scientists sign declaration of climate emergency
    Duration: 21min | 08/11/2019

    Guest Blair King, Environmental Scientist with an interest in energy policy

  • What if Alberta withdrew from the Canada Pension Plan in favour of a provincially-run alternative?
    What if Alberta withdrew from the Canada Pension Plan in favour of a provincially-run alternative?
    Duration: 22min | 08/11/2019

    Guest  Bill Tufts, Author of pension Ponzi and Speaker at Meeting the Unity Challenge – Economic Education Association of Alberta happening in Red Deer on November 15&16

  • Today’s Show: Alberta independence referendum, 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall fall, Global Warning documentary, Mark Milke, and Alberta needs a new deal
    Today’s Show: Alberta independence referendum, 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall fall, Global Warning documentary, Mark Milke, and Alberta needs a new deal
    Duration: 01h29min | 07/11/2019

    On today’s show, Wheatland County has passed a resolution calling for an Alberta independence referendum. Jason Wilson, Wheatland County Councillor tells us more. Dr. Jeremy Hexham joins the show to talk about the 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall fall. Mathew Embry, Writer and Director tells us about his latest documentary Global Warning. We discuss Mark Milke’s new book, The Victim Cult: How the culture of blame hurts everyone and wrecks civilizations. Lastly, Diane Franics, National Post Editor at Large and Senior Fellow Atlantic Council in Washington DC tells us why Alberta needs a new deal with Canada

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 16min | 07/11/2019
  • Alberta needs a new deal, fast, or separation is inevitable
    Alberta needs a new deal, fast, or separation is inevitable
    Duration: 18min | 07/11/2019

    Guest Diane Franics, National Post Editor at Large and Senior Fellow Atlantic Council in Washington DC

  • The Victim Cult: How the culture of blame hurts everyone and wrecks civilizations
    The Victim Cult: How the culture of blame hurts everyone and wrecks civilizations
    Duration: 19min | 07/11/2019

    Guest Mark Milke, Independent policy analyst, keynote speaker, author of six books, including his newest, The Victim Cult

  • Global Warning documentary
    Global Warning documentary
    Duration: 21min | 07/11/2019

    Guest Mathew Embry, Writer and Director of Global Warning 

  • November 9th marks the 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall fall
    November 9th marks the 30th anniversary of the Berlin Wall fall
    Duration: 16min | 07/11/2019

    Guest Dr. Jeremy Hexham

  • The CBE spent over $3 million on goodbye bonuses between 2016-2018
    The CBE spent over $3 million on goodbye bonuses between 2016-2018
    Duration: 05min | 07/11/2019

    Guest Franco Terrazzano, Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation

  • Wheatland County passes resolution calling for Alberta independence referendum
    Wheatland County passes resolution calling for Alberta independence referendum
    Duration: 15min | 07/11/2019

    Guest Jason Wilson, Wheatland County Councillor – Division 1

  • Today’s Show: Canadian beef and pork ban lifted, Bills 20 and 21, shipping Alberta bitumen, and Bill C-69
    Today’s Show: Canadian beef and pork ban lifted, Bills 20 and 21, shipping Alberta bitumen, and Bill C-69
    Duration: 01h15min | 06/11/2019

    On today’s show, China has lifted its ban on Canadian beef and pork. Charlie Christie, chair of Alberta Beef Producers tells us more. We get reactions to Bills 20 and 21 from Al Kemmere, President of Rural Municipalities of Alberta and Barry Morishita, President of Alberta Urban Municipalities Association. Dr. Warren Mabee, Director of the Queen’s Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy talks about the logistics of shipping Alberta bitumen through Thunder Bay. Lastly, Bill C-69 may not stop pipelines after all. We hear more from David Wright, Law Professor at the University of Calgary

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 18min | 06/11/2019
  • Bill C-69 may not stop pipelines after all
    Bill C-69 may not stop pipelines after all
    Duration: 21min | 06/11/2019

    Guest David Wright, Law Professor at the University of Calgary

  • Proposal to ship Alberta bitumen through Thunder Bay
    Proposal to ship Alberta bitumen through Thunder Bay
    Duration: 17min | 06/11/2019

    Guest Dr. Warren Mabee, Director of the Queen’s Institute for Energy and Environmental Policy

  • Refugee advocates challenging the Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement
    Refugee advocates challenging the Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement
    Duration: 21min | 06/11/2019

    Guest Raj Sharma, Calgary immigration lawyer

  • Reaction to Bills 20 and 21
    Reaction to Bills 20 and 21
    Duration: 18min | 06/11/2019

    Guest Al Kemmere, President of Rural Municipalities of Alberta and Barry Morishita, President of Alberta Urban Municipalities Association

  • China lifts ban on Canadian beef and pork exports
    China lifts ban on Canadian beef and pork exports
    Duration: 19min | 06/11/2019

    Guest Charlie Christie, Chair of Alberta Beef Producers and rancher near Trochu, AB 

  • Today’s Show: separatist sentiment, Calgary councilors push for wage reduction, statehood for Alberta and Saskatchewan, and electricity prices in Ontario
    Today’s Show: separatist sentiment, Calgary councilors push for wage reduction, statehood for Alberta and Saskatchewan, and electricity prices in Ontario
    Duration: 01h08min | 05/11/2019

    On today’s show, a new IPSOS poll shows that separatist sentiment in Alberta and Saskatchewan are at ‘historic’ highs. Kyle Braid, Senior Vice President of Ipsos Public Affairs tells us more. A few Calgary councilors are calling for wage reduction amid provincial budget concerns. We hear more from Counillors Sean Chu and Ward Sutherland. Jason Hayes, Director of Environmental Policy at The Mackinac Center for Public Policy tells us why Trump should offer statehood to Alberta and Saskatchewan. Lastly, a new study by the Fraser Institute shows that electricity prices in Ontario continue to rise, despite the Ontario government’s attempts to lower them. Ken Green Chair of Energy and Environmental Studies at the Fraser Institute tells us more

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 16min | 05/11/2019
  • Electricity prices in Ontario continue to rise, despite the Ontario government’s attempts to lower them
    Electricity prices in Ontario continue to rise, despite the Ontario government’s attempts to lower them
    Duration: 19min | 05/11/2019

    Ken Green, Chair of Energy and Environmental Studies at the Fraser Institute

  • Trump should offer statehood to these Canadian provinces
    Trump should offer statehood to these Canadian provinces
    Duration: 18min | 05/11/2019

    Guest Jason Hayes, Director of Environmental Policy at The Mackinac Center for Public Policy

  • Alberta Screen Industry Action Committee fear tax incentive cuts will kill industry
    Alberta Screen Industry Action Committee fear tax incentive cuts will kill industry
    Duration: 08min | 05/11/2019

    Guest Damian Petti, Interim Chair for Alberta Screen Industry Action Committee 

  • Calgary counillors call for wage reduction amid provincial budget concerns
    Calgary counillors call for wage reduction amid provincial budget concerns
    Duration: 19min | 05/11/2019

    Guests Councillor Sean Chu - Ward 4 and Councillor Ward Sutherland - Ward 1

  • IPSOS Poll: Separatist sentiment in Alberta, Saskatchewan at ‘historic’ highs
    IPSOS Poll: Separatist sentiment in Alberta, Saskatchewan at ‘historic’ highs
    Duration: 11min | 05/11/2019

    Guest Kyle Braid, Senior Vice President of Ipsos Public Affairs

  • Today’s Show: Global oil and gas, Senator Doug Black, protests in Chile, restorative justice in schools, and Grant Fagerheim
    Today’s Show: Global oil and gas, Senator Doug Black, protests in Chile, restorative justice in schools, and Grant Fagerheim
    Duration: 01h17min | 04/11/2019

    On today’s show, Tim Pickering, founder of Auspice, manager of the Canadian Crude Index ETF joins the show to talk about global oil and gas news. Senator Doug Black tells us about the new parliamentary group formed in the Senate. We get an update on the protests in Chile from Eric Miller is President of the Rideau Potomac Strategy Group and a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. We talk about the benefits of using restorative justice in schools with Glenn Thompson, a school climate and relational approach consultant for the Chignecto Central Regional Centre for Education. Laslty, Grant B Fagerheim, President, CEO, and Founder of Whitecap Resources Inc tells us where does Alberta should go from here

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 17min | 04/11/2019
  • Where does Alberta go from here?
    Where does Alberta go from here?
    Duration: 19min | 04/11/2019

    Guest Grant B Fagerheim, President/CEO/Founder of Whitecap Resources Inc

  • Using restorative justice in schools
    Using restorative justice in schools
    Duration: 19min | 04/11/2019

    Guest Glenn Thompson, a school climate and relational approach consultant for the Chignecto Central Regional Centre for Education

  • Issues surrounding diverse and inclusive workplaces
    Issues surrounding diverse and inclusive workplaces
    Duration: 22min | 04/11/2019

    Guest Dr. Aaron Barth is an unconscious bias training expert, and the Founder of Dialectic, a workplace improvement company that uses scientific research to change behaviour and improve performance. He is in Calgary today to speak at the 8th annual DisruptHR Calgary event.

  • Protests in Chile
    Protests in Chile
    Duration: 17min | 04/11/2019

    Guest, Eric Miller is President of the Rideau Potomac Strategy Group and a Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute

  • New parliamentary group formed in the Senate
    New parliamentary group formed in the Senate
    Duration: 07min | 04/11/2019

    Guest: Senator Doug Black

  • Global oil and gas news
    Global oil and gas news
    Duration: 15min | 04/11/2019

    Guest: Tim Pickering, founder of Auspice, the manager of the CCX, the Cdn Crude Index ETF

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 20min | 01/11/2019
  • Today’s Show: Canadian value test, update on China, the fate of Andrew Scheer, and northern sea route and deepwater port
    Today’s Show: Canadian value test, update on China, the fate of Andrew Scheer, and northern sea route and deepwater port
    Duration: 01h21min | 01/11/2019

    On today’s show, Anthony Furey, Sun papers national columnist tells us about the Canadian value test making a comeback. We get an update on China and Hong Kong from Dr. Stephen Nagy, Senior Associate Professor in the Department of Politics and International Studies at the International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan and Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute. We talk about the fate of Andrew Scheer with Matt Gurney, columnist and editor for The National Post. Lastly, Kells Boland manager at Calgary based PROLOG Canada Inc tells us about the practicality of a northern sea route and deepwater port

  • The practicality of a northern sea route and deepwater port
    The practicality of a northern sea route and deepwater port
    Duration: 20min | 01/11/2019

    Guest: Kells Boland manages the Whitehorse Office, of Calgary based PROLOG Canada Inc., a management and economics consultancy specializing in northern infrastructure planning across the Canadian North and Alaska.   Kells was Project Manager for the Alaska-Canada Rail Link Feasiblity Study.  He is a former Board Chair of Yukon Energy Corporation. He is currently Vice Chair of the Yukon Chamber of Commerce and Chairs its Transportation and Infrastructure Committee.  

  • The Fate of Andrew Scheer
    The Fate of Andrew Scheer
    Duration: 19min | 01/11/2019

    Guest Matt Gurney, Columnist and Editor for The National Post 

  • Alberta government announces 25 new school projects
    Alberta government announces 25 new school projects
    Duration: 06min | 01/11/2019

    Guest  Adriana LaGrange, Minister of Education 

  • Live near a major road? Youre breathing in more polluted air
    Live near a major road? You're breathing in more polluted air
    Duration: 16min | 01/11/2019

    Guest Greg Evans, Professor of Chemical Engineering at the University of Toronto, Director of the Southern Ontario Centre for Atmospheric Aerosol Research, and lead investigator of this study 

  • Update on China and Hong Kong
    Update on China and Hong Kong
    Duration: 20min | 01/11/2019

    Guest Dr. Stephen Nagy, Senior Associate Professor, Department of Politics and International Studies at the International Christian University in Tokyo, Japan, and Fellow at the Canadian Global Affairs Institute 

  • The Canadian values test conversation is back
    The Canadian values test conversation is back
    Duration: 22min | 01/11/2019

    Guest Anthony Furey, Sun papers national columnist 

  • Today’s Show: Encana moving to the U.S., Canada’s equalization program, Transmission Pipeline Industry Performance Report, and National Coalition of Chiefs Natural Resource Summit
    Today’s Show: Encana moving to the U.S., Canada’s equalization program, Transmission Pipeline Industry Performance Report, and National Coalition of Chiefs Natural Resource Summit
    Duration: 01h17min | 31/10/2019

    On today’s show, Calgary-based company Encana is moving to the U.S. Dave Yager, Energy Policy Analyst, Oil & Gas Writer and Author tells us more. Ben Eisen, Director of the Fraser Institute’s Alberta Prosperity Initiative tells us how Canada’s equalization program has cost taxpayers $2.1 billion more in equalization payments since 2017 due to a program design flaw. The Canadian Energy Pipeline Association launched its fifth annual Transmission Pipeline Industry Performance Report. Chris Bloomer, CEPA President and CEO tells us more. Lastly, we hear from Delbert Wapass, Executive Chair and Founder of Project Reconciliation and Former Chief of Thunderchild First Nation about the National Coalition of Chiefs Natural Resource Summit and Project Reconciliation's continued efforts to buy TMX.

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 17min | 31/10/2019
  • A New Deal for Canada
    A New Deal for Canada
    Duration: 20min | 31/10/2019

    Guest Spencer Fernando, writer whose work can be found at spencerfernando.com and The Post Millennial, and Election Fellow for the National Citizens Coalition

  • National Coalition of Chiefs Natural Resource Summit and Project Reconciliations continued efforts to buy TMX
    National Coalition of Chiefs Natural Resource Summit and Project Reconciliation's continued efforts to buy TMX
    Duration: 17min | 31/10/2019

    Guest Delbert Wapass, Executive Chair and Founder of Project Reconciliation and Former Chief of Thunderchild First Nation

  • City of Calgary unveils detailed plans for Deerfoot Trail upgrades
    City of Calgary unveils detailed plans for Deerfoot Trail upgrades
    Duration: 07min | 31/10/2019

    Guest, Ward 2 Councillor Joe Magliocca

  • CEPA Releases 2019 Transmission Pipeline Industry Performance Report
    CEPA Releases 2019 Transmission Pipeline Industry Performance Report
    Duration: 17min | 31/10/2019

    Guest Chris Bloomer, CEPA President and CEO

  • Canada’s equalization program has cost taxpayers $2.1 billion more in equalization payments since 2017 due to a program design flaw
    Canada’s equalization program has cost taxpayers $2.1 billion more in equalization payments since 2017 due to a program design flaw
    Duration: 19min | 31/10/2019

    Guest Ben Eisen is Director of the Fraser Institute’s Alberta Prosperity Initiative

  • Calgary-based Encana moving to the U.S.
    Calgary-based Encana moving to the U.S.
    Duration: 22min | 31/10/2019

    Guest Dave Yager, Energy Policy Analyst, Oil & Gas Writer and Author of the book From Miracle to Menace: Alberta, A Carbon Story

  • Today’s Show: Prosper Petroleum, New Horizon Mall, the power of placebos, and The Alberta Seniors Benefit Drug Program
    Today’s Show: Prosper Petroleum, New Horizon Mall, the power of placebos, and The Alberta Seniors Benefit Drug Program
    Duration: 02h37min | 30/10/2019

    On today’ show, Brad Gardiner, President and Chief Executive Officer of Prosper Petroleum joins us in studio to respond to the Fort McKay First Nation’s lawsuit. We talk about the problems at New Horizon Mall with Michael Kehoe, commercial real estate professional and, Broker and Owner of Fairfield commercial Real Estate. Placebos could save lives and health care dollars: so why are we not putting them to better use? Matthew Burke, Cognitive Neurologist at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre and an Assistant Professor at the University of Toronto tells us more. Lastly, Joel French, Executive Director at Public Interest Alberta tells us about The Alberta Seniors Benefit Drug Program coverage coming to an end

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 18min | 30/10/2019
  • The Alberta Seniors Benefit Drug Program coverage coming to an end
    The Alberta Seniors Benefit Drug Program coverage coming to an end
    Duration: 21min | 30/10/2019

    Guest Joel French, Executive Director at Public Interest Alberta

  • Placebos could save lives and health care dollars
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