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: News of the day, Tom Quiggin, Cenovus Energy, and Trump’s approval ratings
    Today’s Show: News of the day, Tom Quiggin, Cenovus Energy, and Trump’s approval ratings
    Duration: 01h13min | 13/01/2020

    On today’s show we start by talking about the news of the day, then Tom Quiggin, primary contributor to the Quiggin Report joins the show to discuss the latest news on the Iran plane crash. We look at the year ahead for Cenovus Energy with President and CEO of Cenovus Energy Alex Pourbaix. Lastly, we talk about Trump’s approval ratings around the globe with Dr. Richard Wike, Director of Global Attitudes Research at Pew Research Center

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 17min | 13/01/2020
  • Research shows Trumps approval ratings around the globe
    Research shows Trump's approval ratings around the globe
    Duration: 13min | 13/01/2020

    Guest Dr. Richard Wike, Director of Global Attitudes Research at Pew Research Center

  • Cenovus Energy aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions 30%
    Cenovus Energy aims to cut greenhouse gas emissions 30%
    Duration: 20min | 13/01/2020

    Guest Alex Pourbaix, President and CEO of Cenovus Energy

  • Alberta Proud event - Value of Alberta
    Alberta Proud event - Value of Alberta
    Duration: 13min | 13/01/2020

    Guest Becca Polak, Spokesperson for Alberta Proud

  • The latest on the Iran plane crash
    The latest on the Iran plane crash
    Duration: 19min | 13/01/2020

    Guest Tom Quiggin, primary contributor to the Quiggin Report, a podcast which looks into the world of counter terrorism, intelligence gathering and global security issues. He has 30 years of practical experience in security and intelligence matters. 

  • Danielle talks news of the day
    Danielle talks news of the day
    Duration: 21min | 13/01/2020
  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 18min | 10/01/2020
  • Today’s show: Retired Canadian Major General David Fraser, MP Michelle Rempel, to design a made in Canada vehicle of the future, and The Truffle Underground
    Today’s show: Retired Canadian Major General David Fraser, MP Michelle Rempel, to design a made in Canada vehicle of the future, and The Truffle Underground
    Duration: 01h18min | 10/01/2020

    On today’s show, evidence indicates Iranian missiles brought down the Ukrainian flight killing 176 people. Retired Canadian Major General David Fraser, former NATO Commander in Iraq joins the show to tell us what could happen now. Michelle Rempel, Shadow Minister for Industry and Economic Development and MP for Calgary Nose Hill joins the show to talk about the CBC’s broadcasting license being up for renewal and the Conservative leadership race. Flavio Volpe, President of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association tells us about the competition they are running to design a made in Canada vehicle of the future. Lastly, we talk about the shady business of the Truffle trade with Ryan Jacobs, Author of The Truffle Underground: A Tale of Mystery, Mayhem, and Manipulation in the Shadowy Market of the World's Most Expensive Fungus

  • The Truffle Underground: A Tale of Mystery, Mayhem, and Manipulation in the Shadowy Market of the Worlds Most Expensive Fungus
    "The Truffle Underground: A Tale of Mystery, Mayhem, and Manipulation in the Shadowy Market of the World's Most Expensive Fungus"
    Duration: 18min | 10/01/2020

    Guest Ryan Jacobs, author of The Truffle Underground

  • Competition to design a made in Canada vehicle of the future
    Competition to design a made in Canada vehicle of the future
    Duration: 17min | 10/01/2020

    Guest Flavio Volpe, President of the Automotive Parts Manufacturers’ Association

  • MP Michelle Rempel on CBC’s broadcasting license and the Conservative leadership race
    MP Michelle Rempel on CBC’s broadcasting license and the Conservative leadership race
    Duration: 20min | 10/01/2020

    Guest Michelle Rempel, Shadow Minister for Industry and Economic Development and MP for Calgary Nose Hill

  • Building Trades of Alberta appeals to environment minister to approve Teck’s Frontier oil sands project
    Building Trades of Alberta appeals to environment minister to approve Teck’s Frontier oil sands project
    Duration: 12min | 10/01/2020

    Guest Terry Parker, Executive Director of Building Trades of Alberta

  • Evidence indicates Iranian missile brought down Ukrainian flight - what happens now?
    Evidence indicates Iranian missile brought down Ukrainian flight - what happens now?
    Duration: 22min | 10/01/2020

    Guest Retired Canadian Major General David Fraser, former NATO Commander in Iraq

  • Today’s Show: Canada responds to Tehran plane crash, Liberal gun buy-back program, Mornelle All-Stars Coalition, and using immigration to ease labour shortages
    Today’s Show: Canada responds to Tehran plane crash, Liberal gun buy-back program, Mornelle All-Stars Coalition, and using immigration to ease labour shortages
    Duration: 01h14min | 09/01/2020

    On today’s show, we start the show by talking about Canada’s response to the Tehran plane crash. We hear why the Liberal gun buy-back program will not work from Tony Bernardo, Executive Director of the Canadian Shooting Sports Association. Angela Brackett, Founder of the Mornelle All-Stars Coalition tells us about how she fighting gun violence. Lastly, the Mayor of Claresholm Doug MacPherson tells us how the town is using immigration to ease labour shortages

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 19min | 09/01/2020
  • Claresholm is using immigration to ease labour shortages
    Claresholm is using immigration to ease labour shortages
    Duration: 20min | 09/01/2020

    Guest Mayor of Claresholm Doug MacPherson 

  • Liberal gun buy-back program
    Liberal gun buy-back program
    Duration: 17min | 09/01/2020

    Guest Tony Bernardo, Executive Director of the Canadian Shooting Sports Association

  • Mornelle All-Stars Coalition - Community program to stop gun violence
    Mornelle All-Stars Coalition - Community program to stop gun violence
    Duration: 15min | 09/01/2020

    Guest Angela Brackett, Founder of the Mornelle All-Stars Coalition

  • Canada is falling behind on vaping legislation
    Canada is falling behind on vaping legislation
    Duration: 12min | 09/01/2020

    Guest: Dr. Anthony Graham, clinical cardiologist and a professor of medicine at the University of Toronto.

  • Danielle talks about Canada’s response to the Tehran plane crash
    Danielle talks about Canada’s response to the Tehran plane crash
    Duration: 21min | 09/01/2020
  • Today’s show, President Trumps address, Tehran plane crash, and Cardus report Work Is About More Than Money
    Today’s show, President Trump's address, Tehran plane crash, and Cardus report Work Is About More Than Money
    Duration: 01h12min | 08/01/2020

    On today’s show, President Trump addresses the nation after Iran launches a missile strike at bases in Iraq. We hear more from Reggie Cecchini, Washington Producer and Correspondent with Global News based in Washington DC. Payman Parseyan, former president of the Iranian Heritage Society of Edmonton tells us more about the 27 Edmonton residents killed in the Tehran plane crash. Dominic Green, a top editor at Spectator USA joins the show to tell us how China and Russia come out on top with America’s latest actions in Iran. We hear more about the Tehran plane crash that killed 176 people from Jock Williams, Aviation expert. Lastly, losing a job means much more than losing an income. Brian Dijkema, vice-president of external affairs at Cardus who co-authored the Cardus report Work Is About More Than Money with University of Toronto labour economist Morley Gunderson tells us more

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 19min | 08/01/2020
  • Dr. Bryan Brulotte joins Conservative leadership race
    Dr. Bryan Brulotte joins Conservative leadership race
    Duration: 15min | 08/01/2020

    Guest Dr. Bryan Brulotte, CEO & Chairman of MaxSys

  • Losing a job means much more than losing an income
    Losing a job means much more than losing an income
    Duration: 17min | 08/01/2020

    Guest Brian Dijkema, vice-president of external affairs at think tank Cardus. He co-authored the Cardus report Work Is About More Than Money with University of Toronto labour economist Morley Gunderson.

  • Plane crash near Tehran has killed 176 people
    Plane crash near Tehran has killed 176 people
    Duration: 08min | 08/01/2020

    Guest Jock Williams, Aviation expert

  • China and Russia come out on top with America’s latest actions in Iran
    China and Russia come out on top with America’s latest actions in Iran
    Duration: 13min | 08/01/2020

    Guest Dominic Green, a top editor at Spectator USA

  • 27 Edmonton residents have been killed in Tehran plane crash
    27 Edmonton residents have been killed in Tehran plane crash
    Duration: 10min | 08/01/2020

    Guest Payman Parseyan, former president of Iranian Heritage Society of Edmonton

  • President Trump addresses the nation after Iran launches missile strike at bases in Iraq
    President Trump addresses the nation after Iran launches missile strike at bases in Iraq
    Duration: 23min | 08/01/2020

    Guest Reggie Cecchini, Washington Producer and Correspondent with Global News based in Washington DC

  • Today’s Show: Calgary gang violence, Ottawa and the West, dry January, and Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom
    Today’s Show: Calgary gang violence, Ottawa and the West, dry January, and Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom
    Duration: 01h10min | 07/01/2020

    On today’s show, we talk about the increase in Calgary gang violence with John McFadden, career police officer who now researches police productivity. Diane Francis, National Post Editor at Large and Senior Fellow Atlantic Council in Washington DC joins the show to talk about the fight between Ottawa and the West. We talk about substituting marijuana for alcohol as a New Year’s Resolution with Eric Goulet, Brand Director at Foray. Lastly, Jay Cameron, litigation manager at the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom tells us about the latest free speech victory as Court rules against University of Alberta $17,500 security fee

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 18min | 07/01/2020
  • Free speech victory as Court rules against University of Alberta $17,500 security fee
    Free speech victory as Court rules against University of Alberta $17,500 security fee
    Duration: 20min | 07/01/2020

    Guest Jay Cameron, litigation manager at the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom

  • Dry January or High January
    Dry January or High January
    Duration: 14min | 07/01/2020

    Guest Eric Goulet, Brand Director at Foray

  • Calling for County Reeve Stanley Schulmeisters resignation after violations of municipal code of conduct
    Calling for County Reeve Stanley Schulmeister's resignation after violations of municipal code of conduct
    Duration: 13min | 07/01/2020

    Guest Marilyn Weber, Registered Nurse who farms in partnership with her husband and two sons north of Castor

  • The fight between Ottawa and the West
    The fight between Ottawa and the West
    Duration: 15min | 07/01/2020

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

  • Increase in Calgary gang violence
    Increase in Calgary gang violence
    Duration: 21min | 07/01/2020

    Guest John McFadden, career police officer who now researches police productivity. 

  • Today’s Show: Us-Iran, India’s new citizenship bill, federal tax changes, and picking immigrants
    Today’s Show: Us-Iran, India’s new citizenship bill, federal tax changes, and picking immigrants
    Duration: 01h16min | 06/01/2020

    On today’s show, we get the latest update on the US-Iran situation from Dennis Horak, former Canadian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia. Patricia Fortier, former Canadian diplomat and Fellow of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute tells us about India’s new citizenship bill. We talk about the federal tax changes with Aaron Wudrick, Federal Director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. Lastly, Raj Sharma, Calgary immigration lawyer joins the show to talk about the new program that would allow communities to pick immigrants based off of their needs

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 18min | 06/01/2020
  • New program to allow communities to pick immigrants
    New program to allow communities to pick immigrants
    Duration: 20min | 06/01/2020

    Guest Raj Sharma, Calgary immigration lawyer

  • The Inter-Generational Insights of “ok boomer”
    'The Inter-Generational Insights of “ok boomer”'
    Duration: 18min | 06/01/2020

    Guest Aaron Nava has a Master's degree in Political Management from Carleton University. He was a campaign strategist for Karin Howard during the 2018 Ontario Election. Last month he wrote "The Inter-Generational Insights of 'ok boomer'" for C2C Journal, on what the meme says about generational conflict

  • Are we better or worse off with the new federal tax changes?
    Are we better or worse off with the new federal tax changes?
    Duration: 20min | 06/01/2020

    Guest Aaron Wudrick, Federal Director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation 

  • India’s new citizenship bill and the protests against it
    India’s new citizenship bill and the protests against it
    Duration: 15min | 06/01/2020

    Guest Patricia Fortier, former Canadian diplomat and Fellow of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute

  • Latest update on the US-Iran situation
    Latest update on the US-Iran situation
    Duration: 21min | 06/01/2020

    Guest Dennis Horak, former Canadian Ambassador to Saudi Arabia and Head of Mission in Iran from 2009-12

  • Today’s Show: News of the day, federal politics, Iraq air strike, and Calgary city council
    Today’s Show: News of the day, federal politics, Iraq air strike, and Calgary city council
    Duration: 01h16min | 03/01/2020

    On today’s show we start by talking about the news of the day, then we get a federal political update from Brian Lilley, Political columnist for the Toronto Sun. Iran has vowed revenge after the U.S. air strike that killed Iranian General Qassem  Soleimani. Ferry de Kerckhove, former Canadian ambassador to Pakistan, Indonesia, Egypt, Distinguished Research Fellow of the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute tells us more. Lastly, we talk a look at what to expect from Calgary city council in 2020 with Aurelio Perri, Reporter for 770 CHQR Global News Radio

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 18min | 03/01/2020
  • Calgary municipal look ahead for 2020
    Calgary municipal look ahead for 2020
    Duration: 18min | 03/01/2020

    Guest Aurelio Perri, Reporter for 770 CHQR Global News Radio

  • Latest Alberta political news
    Latest Alberta political news
    Duration: 11min | 03/01/2020

    Guest Tyler Dawson, Alberta correspondent at the National Post

  • Iran vows revenge after U.S. strike
    Iran vows revenge after U.S. strike
    Duration: 16min | 03/01/2020

    Guest Ferry de Kerckhove, former Canadian ambassador to Pakistan, Indonesia, Egypt,  Distinguished Research Fellow of the Canadian Defence and Foreign Affairs Institute

  • Canadian Crude prices and how the Iran strike might impact our oil prices
    Canadian Crude prices and how the Iran strike might impact our oil prices
    Duration: 14min | 03/01/2020

    Guest Tim Pickering, founder of Auspice, the manager of the Canadian Crude Index ETF

  • Federal political news with Brian Lilley
    Federal political news with Brian Lilley
    Duration: 21min | 03/01/2020

    Guest Brian Lilley, Political columnist for the Toronto Sun

  • Danielle talks news of the day
    Danielle talks news of the day
    Duration: 22min | 03/01/2020
  • 2019 year in review
    2019 year in review
    Duration: 32min | 02/01/2020

    Tristin Hopper, editor, The Capital

  • Top 5 Alberta weather stories in 2019
    Top 5 Alberta weather stories in 2019
    Duration: 10min | 02/01/2020

    Tiffany Lizee, meteorologist, Global Calgary

  • Why 2020 Will Be A Much Better Year for Canada’s Energy Industry
    Why 2020 Will Be A Much Better Year for Canada’s Energy Industry
    Duration: 17min | 02/01/2020

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

  • The federal carbon tax is now in effect in Alberta. What does that mean for you?
    The federal carbon tax is now in effect in Alberta. What does that mean for you?
    Duration: 16min | 02/01/2020

    Dr. Moshe Lander, senior economist & economics lecturer, Concordia University Montreal

  • What’s in store for your astrology sign in 2020
    What’s in store for your astrology sign in 2020
    Duration: 17min | 31/12/2019

    Inge Lohse, Edmonton Astrological Society

  • Albertas plan to fight the federal carbon tax
    Alberta's plan to fight the federal carbon tax
    Duration: 10min | 31/12/2019

    Doug Schweitzer, Minister of Justice and Solicitor General

  • The top five pop culture stories that defined 2019
    The top five pop culture stories that defined 2019
    Duration: 09min | 31/12/2019

    Chris Jancelewicz, national online supervisor, entertainment, Global News

  • How to cure your holiday financial hangover
    How to cure your holiday financial hangover
    Duration: 15min | 31/12/2019

    Kelley Keehn, personal financial educator

  • Former YEG Police Commissioner writes experiences in criminal justice system
    Former YEG Police Commissioner writes experiences in criminal justice system
    Duration: 11min | 31/12/2019

    Ron Lajeunesse, former commissioner, Edmonton Police Service 

  • Rise of anti-semitism  Diverse Minds contest
    Rise of anti-semitism & Diverse Minds contest
    Duration: 13min | 30/12/2019

    Abraham Silverman, Manager of Public Affairs – Alberta, B’nai Brith Canada

  • Setting New Year’s resolutions 101
    Setting New Year’s resolutions 101
    Duration: 16min | 30/12/2019

    Shawna Campbell, life coach

  • Edmonton photographer photo featured in New York Times “The Year in Pictures 2019”
    Edmonton photographer photo featured in New York Times “The Year in Pictures 2019”
    Duration: 15min | 30/12/2019

    Amber Bracken, documentary photographer

  • 2019 a year in review
    2019 a year in review
    Duration: 37min | 30/12/2019

    Max Fawcett, freelance writer

  • 630 CHED Announcer’s Friday Round Table
    630 CHED Announcer’s Friday Round Table
    Duration: 36min | 27/12/2019

    Chelsea Bird, host, 630 CHED Mornings Shaye Ganam, host, 630 CHED Mornings

  • Babble over Bubbles
    Babble over Bubbles
    Duration: 38min | 27/12/2019

    Randall MacDonald, Fabulista

  • Journalist group not happy that staff at the Canadian Energy Centre are calling themselves journalists
    Journalist group not happy that staff at the Canadian Energy Centre are calling themselves journalists
    Duration: 20min | 27/12/2019

    Karyn Pugliese, President, Canadian Association of Journalists

  • An Edmonton communication strategists year in review
    An Edmonton communication strategists year in review
    Duration: 37min | 24/12/2019

    Chris Henderson, political strategist

  • Canadian firefighters spending Christmas fighting fires in Australia
    Canadian firefighters spending Christmas fighting fires in Australia
    Duration: 06min | 24/12/2019

    Steven Tulle, duty officer, Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre

  • Local company gives back to food bank after using it themselves
    Local company gives back to food bank after using it themselves
    Duration: 19min | 23/12/2019

    Matti Barzagar, manager, production at HIBCO Construction Hani Barzagar, founder, general manager at HIBCO Construction Moe Barzagar, project manager at HIBCO Construction Morgan MacKenzie, Marketing co-ordinator at HIBCO Construction

  • Healthy holiday eating 101
    Healthy holiday eating 101
    Duration: 36min | 23/12/2019

    Emily Mardell, registered dietician, founder, Food First

  • Working group looks to bring new technology investment to Alberta
    Working group looks to bring new technology investment to Alberta
    Duration: 20min | 23/12/2019

    Adam Legge, President of the Business Council of Alberta Joseph Doucet, Dean of the University of Alberta School of Business

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 19min | 20/12/2019
  • Today’s Show: Councillor Farkas, clearcutting forests, and politicizing Christmas
    Today’s Show: Councillor Farkas, clearcutting forests, and politicizing Christmas
    Duration: 01h26min | 20/12/2019

    On today’s show, Calgary city council has voted to end city employee retirement bonuses. We hear more from Ward 11 Councillor Jeromy Farkas. We talk about the need to end clearcutting of forests for climate action with Brock Mulligan, Director of Communications at the Alberta Forest Products Association. Lastly, Irving Hexham, Professor in the Department of Classics and Religion at the University of Calgary joins us in studio to talk about politicizing Christmas and other Christmas stories

  • Politicizing Christmas
    Politicizing Christmas
    Duration: 41min | 20/12/2019

    Guest: Irving Hexham, Professor in the Department of Classics and Religion at the University of Calgary

  • We need to end clearcutting of forests for climate action
    We need to end clearcutting of forests for climate action
    Duration: 20min | 20/12/2019

    Guest Brock Mulligan, Director of Communications at the Alberta Forest Products Association

  • New jury-selection rules in Ontario
    New jury-selection rules in Ontario
    Duration: 20min | 20/12/2019

    Guest Michael Lacy, Partner - Criminal Law Group Brauti Thorning LLP

  • Councillor Farkas on ending city employee retirement bonuses
    Councillor Farkas on ending city employee retirement bonuses
    Duration: 24min | 20/12/2019

    Guest Councillor Jeromy Farkas, Ward 11

  • Today’s Show: SNC-Lavalin, populism, billing changes for AB doctors, and Energy Future Forum
    Today’s Show: SNC-Lavalin, populism, billing changes for AB doctors, and Energy Future Forum
    Duration: 01h16min | 19/12/2019

    On today’s show, SNC-Lavalin has pled guilty to fraud charge. John Barlow, Shadow Minister for Employment, Workforce Development, and Labour tells us more. Jordan Alexander Hill high school English and philosophy teacher, and host of the Western Canon Podcast tell us about his piece “Economic Inequality—Populism’s Rallying Cry”. Dr. John, General Practitioner in Alberta joins us to talk about billing changes for Alberta doctors. Lastly, we find out more about the Energy Future Forum from Edward Greenspon, President and CEO of the Public Policy Forum

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 18min | 19/12/2019
  • Energy Future Forum
    Energy Future Forum
    Duration: 19min | 19/12/2019

    Guest Edward Greenspon, President and CEO of the Public Policy Forum

  • Billing changes for Alberta doctors
    Billing changes for Alberta doctors
    Duration: 22min | 19/12/2019

    Guest Dr. John, General Practitioner in Alberta

  • Lawsuit against tech companies for the deaths and injuries of child cobalt miners
    Lawsuit against tech companies for the deaths and injuries of child cobalt miners
    Duration: 19min | 19/12/2019

    Guest Terry Collingsworth, Executive Director of International Rights Advocates

  • “Economic Inequality—Populism’s Rallying Cry”
    “Economic Inequality—Populism’s Rallying Cry”
    Duration: 22min | 19/12/2019

    Guest Jordan Alexander Hill lives in Massachusetts where he works as a high school English and philosophy teacher. He is the host of the Western Canon Podcast and has written about campus politics for Heterodox Academy and Minding the Campus

  • SNC-Lavalin pleads guilty to fraud charge
    SNC-Lavalin pleads guilty to fraud charge
    Duration: 13min | 19/12/2019

    Guest John Barlow, Shadow Minister for Employment, Workforce Development, and Labour

  • Today’s Show: Canada’s deficit, Minister of Education, rationing CO2, and decade long tar sands campaign
    Today’s Show: Canada’s deficit, Minister of Education, rationing CO2, and decade long tar sands campaign
    Duration: 01h23min | 18/12/2019

    On today’s show, Dr. Ian Lee, Associate Professor for the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University joins the show to talk about the federal fiscal update and bracing for billions more in deficits. We speak with the Alberta Minister of Education, Adriana LaGrange about the education budget. Eleanor Boyle, Vancouver-based educator and writer tells us about rationing CO2. Lastly, we take a look back on the decade long tar sands campaign with Michelle Stirling, Communications Manager for Friends of Science Society

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 17min | 18/12/2019
  • Review of the decade long Tar Sands campaign
    Review of the decade long Tar Sands campaign
    Duration: 21min | 18/12/2019

    Guest Michelle Stirling, Communications Manager for Friends of Science Society

  • Rationing CO2
    Rationing CO2
    Duration: 19min | 18/12/2019

    Guest Eleanor Boyle is a Vancouver-based educator and writer who focusses on sustainable food.  A long-time journalist and college instructor, she has several degrees including in Psychology and in Food Policy.  Lately she has been researching WWII , and has become intrigued by the idea of rationing as a way of managing consumption in difficult times.

  • Calgary city council votes to end city employee retirement bonuses
    Calgary city council votes to end city employee retirement bonuses
    Duration: 22min | 18/12/2019

    Guest Franco Terrazzano, Alberta Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation

  • Albertas Minister of Education on education budget
    Alberta's Minister of Education on education budget
    Duration: 20min | 18/12/2019

    Guest Adriana LaGrange, Alberta's Minister of Education

  • Bracing for billions more in deficits
    Bracing for billions more in deficits
    Duration: 22min | 18/12/2019

    Guest Dr. Ian Lee, Associate Professor for the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University 

  • Today’s Show: City of Calgary boundary changes, First Nation living standards, social conservatism, and SNC-Lavalin
    Today’s Show: City of Calgary boundary changes, First Nation living standards, social conservatism, and SNC-Lavalin
    Duration: 01h26min | 17/12/2019

    On today’s show, we talk about City of Calgary boundary changes with guests Laurie Livingstone, partner in the Litigation Group at Cassels, and Ward 11 Councillor Jeromy Farkas. A new Fraser report shows that living standards are declining in nearly one in five First Nation communities in Canada. Tom Flanagan, Senior Fellow at the Fraser Institute tells us more. Jackson Doughart, editor at the Telegraph-Journal in New Brunswick and a writer for the National Post tells us how social conservatism done right can actually help the Tories win again. Lastly, Former SNC executive vice-president Sami Bebawi has been found guilty on all charges in the international corruption case. We hear more from Jennifer Quaid, law professor at the University of Ottawa

  • Reactions to todays show
    Reactions to today's show
    Duration: 16min | 17/12/2019
  • Former SNC executive vice-president found guilty on all charges in international corruption case
    Former SNC executive vice-president found guilty on all charges in international corruption case
    Duration: 22min | 17/12/2019

    Guest Jennifer Quaid, law professor at the University of Ottawa who specializes in corporate criminal liability

  • How social conservatism done right can actually help the Tories win again
    "How social conservatism done right can actually help the Tories win again"
    Duration: 20min | 17/12/2019

    Guest Jackson Doughart, editor at the Telegraph-Journal in New Brunswick and a writer for the National Post

  • Consumer debt in Canada
    Consumer debt in Canada
    Duration: 22min | 17/12/2019

    Guest Bill Johnston, Vice President of Data and Analytics for Equifax Canada

  • Living standards declining in nearly one in five First Nation communities in Canada
    Living standards declining in nearly one in five First Nation communities in Canada
    Duration: 22min | 17/12/2019

    Guest Tom Flanagan, Senior Fellow at the Fraser Institute

  • City of Calgary boundary changes
    City of Calgary boundary changes
    Duration: 23min | 17/12/2019

    Guest: Laurie Livingstone is a partner in the Litigation Group at Cassels and Councillor Jeromy Farkas, Ward 11

  • Today’s Show: Alberta’s carbon tax appeal, Alberta Wheat Commission, Tim Pickering, and Calgary ward boundaries
    Today’s Show: Alberta’s carbon tax appeal, Alberta Wheat Commission, Tim Pickering, and Calgary ward boundaries
    Duration: 01h22min | 16/12/2019

    On today’s show, the Alberta Court of Appeal will begin to hear arguments in Alberta’s carbon tax appeal. Doug Schweitzer, Alberta’s Minister of Justice and Solicitor General tells us more. Tom Steve, General Manager of the Alberta Wheat Commission tells us what farmers need to know about the new federal carbon tax. Tim Pickering, founder of Auspice tells us about Chevron selling its 50% stake in the Kitimat LNG project. Lastly, we talk about the City of Calgary changing its ward boundaries with William McBeath, Principal with Canadians for Democracy and Prosperity

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