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Today’s podcast: China's interference with Canada's elections.PM Trudeau continues to insist he was not briefed about Beijing interfence in Canada's 2019 federal election. Meanwhile, much is written and said about former B.C. CPC MP Kenny Chiu who has no doubt he was directly targeted by China during last year's federal election. Eventually Kenny Chiu did lose his seat. Guest: Kenny Chiu. What is causing the inflationary trend in food prices in Canada? - What foods remain or have become most affected by food inflation? - Four weekends from Christmas. What should we expect as far as cost of Christmas food staples is concerned? - Licences granted for the creation of lab-grown food, including chicken. Survey shows who is willing to eat lab grown meats - What to expect from the Grocers Code of Conduct? Guest: Sylvain Charlebois.Director of the Agri-Foods Analytics Laboratory and professor at Dalhousie Universsity. (testifying before parliamentary Agriculture Committee next week). The Emergencies Act Inquiry. Public testimony is complete, but the work of the Inquiry continues and our guest is scheduled to testify at two Inquiry roundtables this coming week in Ottawa. Guest: Professor Christian Leuprecht. Queen's University and Royal Military College. Expert in security and defence. Regularly called as expert witness before committees of parliament. Book: Intelligence as Democratic Statecraft. Continuing with our look at Canada's immigration numbers and public response. By 2025, immigration as projected by the federal government will reach 500,000. The Association for Canadian Studies released it's national poll findings last week and 75% of Canadians have concern this number of immigrants may negatively affect housing, social programs and government services. What does one of Canada's leading immigration lawyers and advisor to federal and Quebec governments on the issue of immigration add to the conversation? Guest: Richard Kurland. Immigration lawyer, Vancouver. --------------------------------------------- Host/Content Producer – Roy Green Technical/Podcast Producer – Tom McKay Podcast Co-Producer – Matt Taylor If you enjoyed the podcast, tell a friend! For more of the Roy Green Show, subscribe to the podcast! https://globalnews.ca/roygreen/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
China's interference with Canada's elections.PM Trudeau continues to insist he was not briefed about Beijing interfence in Canada's 2019 federal election. Meanwhile, much is written and said about former B.C. CPC MP Kenny Chiu who has no doubt he was directly targeted by China during last year's federal election. Eventually Kenny Chiu did lose his seat. Guest: Kenny Chiu. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
What is causing the inflationary trend in food prices in Canada? - What foods remain or have become most affected by food inflation? - Four weekends from Christmas. What should we expect as far as cost of Christmas food staples is concerned? - Licences granted for the creation of lab-grown food, including chicken. Survey shows who is willing to eat lab grown meats - What to expect from the Grocers Code of Conduct? Guest: Sylvain Charlebois.Director of the Agri-Foods Analytics Laboratory and professor at Dalhousie Universsity. (testifying before parliamentary Agriculture Committee next week). Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Emergencies Act Inquiry. Public testimony is complete, but the work of the Inquiry continues and our guest is scheduled to testify at two Inquiry roundtables this coming week in Ottawa. Guest: Professor Christian Leuprecht. Queen's University and Royal Military College. Expert in security and defence. Regularly called as expert witness before committees of parliament. Book: Intelligence as Democratic Statecraft. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Continuing with our look at Canada's immigration numbers and public response. By 2025, immigration as projected by the federal government will reach 500,000. The Association for Canadian Studies released it's national poll findings last week and 75% of Canadians have concern this number of immigrants may negatively affect housing, social programs and government services. What does one of Canada's leading immigration lawyers and advisor to federal and Quebec governments on the issue of immigration add to the conversation? Guest: Richard Kurland. Immigration lawyer, Vancouver. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As we go to air the Canada vs Croatia World Cup game will have ended with the outcome significantly affecting Canada's chance of moving beyond the preliminary round and into the final 16 teams vying for the World Cup. Guest: George Pakos. National team members during Canada's only other appearance at a soccer World Cup in Mexico, 1986. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
OECD predicts the world will be hit with the worst energy crisis since the 1070's (in 2023) and Europe will be the hardest hit. - Germany is not waiting for anyone to provide the LNG the country needs. The Germans just took delivery of a ship which converts natural gas to liquid and back again. Will be delivering LNG to Germany by next month.- Meanwhile, SINOPEC, China Petroleum and Chemical Corporation, based in Beijing just signed one of the world's biggest LNG deals in history with Qatar. 4 million tonnes for 27 Guest: Thierry Bros. Professor at Sciences Po, Paris. Leading expert on markets, geopolitics of oil and gas and energy security. Oil and gas expert at the French Energy Ministry, in charge of security of supply. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
How much of Russia's oil and gas sales could Canada displace if we were to with determination and government will, engage in the development and export of oil and gas? Guest: Colin Craig, president/CEO of SecondStreet.org Canadian think tank. They have done the study and conclude Canada could displace half of Russia's oil and gas sales to the world. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today’s podcast: Perrin Beatty, president/CEO Canadian Chamber of Commerce and former Minister of National Defence in the government of Brian Mulroney. Interview pre-recorded earlier this week. Perrin Beatty on how the COC believes the federal government is missing tremendous opportunities to positively direct the Canadian economy and errors Ottawa is committing on the natural gas/oil and natural resources development file. And: The Emergencies Act. Perrin Beatty is the architect of the E.A. and explains why it was required, what it permits the federal government of the day to engage in and what has to happen prior to the E.A. being invoked (including paying very close attention to the language of the Act. Guest: Perrin Beatty. CEO C.O.C. & fmr defence minister. Thursday at the E.A. Inquiry Deputy prime minister and minister of finance Christiya Freeland testified. Friday, Justin Trudeau testified. We talk to the lawyer who cross-examined both Freeland and Trudeau. Guest: Ewa Krajewska. Co-counsel for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association at the POEC Inquiry. As Global News has reported, another CAF member suffering with PTSD has been offered assisted death by a VAC staffer.  Also, former CAF member and host of the podcast Operation Tango Romeo, Mark Meincke shares he has now spoken on his podcast with both a CAF veteran, as well as serving member suffering with PTSD. To each, MAID (medical assistance in dying) was suggested. Guest: Mark Meincke. Podcast Operation Tango Romeo host. Meincke has also testified before parliamentary committee on Veterans Affairs. During 2022 we lost several NHL stars including Guy Lafleur, Mike Bossy, Clark Gillies and this week Borje Salming. Guest: Guy Carbonneau. Former Captain of the Montreal Canadiens and linemate to Guy Lafleur for three seasons, 1982-'85. --------------------------------------------- Host/Content Producer – Roy Green Technical/Podcast Producer – Tom McKay Podcast Co-Producer – Matt Taylor If you enjoyed the podcast, tell a friend! For more of the Roy Green Show, subscribe to the podcast! https://globalnews.ca/roygreen/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Perrin Beatty, president/CEO Canadian Chamber of Commerce and former Minister of National Defence in the government of Brian Mulroney. Interview pre-recorded earlier this week. Perrin Beatty on how the COC believes the federal government is missing tremendous opportunities to positively direct the Canadian economy and errors Ottawa is committing on the natural gas/oil and natural resources development file. And: The Emergencies Act. Perrin Beatty is the architect of the E.A. and explains why it was required, what it permits the federal government of the day to engage in and what has to happen prior to the E.A. being invoked (including paying very close attention to the language of the Act. Guest: Perrin Beatty. CEO C.O.C. & fmr defence minister. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Thursday at the E.A. Inquiry Deputy prime minister and minister of finance Christiya Freeland testified. Friday, Justin Trudeau testified. We talk to the lawyer who cross-examined both Freeland and Trudeau. Guest: Ewa Krajewska. Co-counsel for the Canadian Civil Liberties Association at the POEC Inquiry. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
As Global News has reported, another CAF member suffering with PTSD has been offered assisted death by a VAC staffer.  Also, former CAF member and host of the podcast Operation Tango Romeo, Mark Meincke shares he has now spoken on his podcast with both a CAF veteran, as well as serving member suffering with PTSD. To each, MAID (medical assistance in dying) was suggested. Guest: Mark Meincke. Podcast Operation Tango Romeo host. Meincke has also testified before parliamentary committee on Veterans Affairs. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
During 2022 we lost several NHL stars including Guy Lafleur, Mike Bossy, Clark Gillies and this week Borje Salming. Guest: Guy Carbonneau. Former Captain of the Montreal Canadiens and linemate to Guy Lafleur for three seasons, 1982-'85. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
BOC Governor Tiff Macklen says lifting the pandemic stimulus sooner would have limited inflation. Also BOC will lose money this year. Guest: Professor Eric Kam. Macroeconomics. Toronto Metropolitan University. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Amendments proposed to the federal government's Bill C-21 firearms legislation. Unexpected amendments will, according to Tony Bernardo, executive director of the Canadian Sports Shooting Association result in "the majority of Canada's 2.2 million licensed firearms owners will now be criminalized, should these amendments to Bill C-21 become law." Guest: Tony Bernardo. Exec dir. CSSA Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Today’s podcast: Covid vaccination/boosters, annual flu shot, voluntary but advised masking, masking mandate return? No masking mandate return? Masking children because of respiratory viral infections public health informs are overwhelming pediatric facilities? Two infectious diseases specialists express their views, what they support and what they challenge as far as public health mandates, recommendations are concerned. Dr. Bonnie Henry and Dr. Luc Boileau, public health chiefs in B.C. and QC both are opposed to mask mandates returning. Guests: Dr. Martha Fulford. Infectious diseases specialist, Hamilton. Dr. Neil Rau. Infectious diseases specialist. Halton region, Ass't Professor, University of Toronto Medical School. Tomorrow the final week of testimony at the Emergencies Act Inquiry begins with Justin Trudeau and several ministers scheduled to appear. Guest: Cara Zwibel. Director, Fundamental Freedoms Program, Canadian Civil Liberties Association. November 20 is Trans Remembrance Day. Langley B.C. lawyer Scott Taylor represented a trans client in family court seeking co-custody of her two children. The court supported the shared parenting. Scott Taylor assessment of the court decision "demonstrates that children deserve the love and attention of both parents, regardless of gender." Guests: Scott Taylor. Taylor Law Group, Langley, British Columbia. Riley. Transgender parent COP 27 climate conference ends in Egypt. Our guest was there.making the case for nuclear energy as a key component to address climate change concern. Guest: Dr. Chris Keefer, Staff Emergency physician, St. Joseph's Health Care, Toronto - President, Canadians for Nuclear Energy, - Director, Doctors for Nuclear Energy. --------------------------------------------- Host/Content Producer – Roy Green Technical/Podcast Producer – Tom McKay Podcast Co-Producer – Matt Taylor If you enjoyed the podcast, tell a friend! For more of the Roy Green Show, subscribe to the podcast! https://globalnews.ca/roygreen/ Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Covid vaccination/boosters, annual flu shot, voluntary but advised masking, masking mandate return? No masking mandate return? Masking children because of respiratory viral infections public health informs are overwhelming pediatric facilities? Two infectious diseases specialists express their views, what they support and what they challenge as far as public health mandates, recommendations are concerned. Dr. Bonnie Henry and Dr. Luc Boileau, public health chiefs in B.C. and QC both are opposed to mask mandates returning. Guests: Dr. Martha Fulford. Infectious diseases specialist, Hamilton. Dr. Neil Rau. Infectious diseases specialist. Halton region, Ass't Professor, University of Toronto Medical School. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tomorrow the final week of testimony at the Emergencies Act Inquiry begins with Justin Trudeau and several ministers scheduled to appear. Guest: Cara Zwibel. Director, Fundamental Freedoms Program, Canadian Civil Liberties Association. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
November 20 is Trans Remembrance Day. Langley B.C. lawyer Scott Taylor represented a trans client in family court seeking co-custody of her two children. The court supported the shared parenting. Scott Taylor assessment of the court decision "demonstrates that children deserve the love and attention of both parents, regardless of gender." Guests: Scott Taylor. Taylor Law Group, Langley, British Columbia. Riley. Transgender parent Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
COP 27 climate conference ends in Egypt. Our guest was there.making the case for nuclear energy as a key component to address climate change concern. Guest: Dr. Chris Keefer, Staff Emergency physician, St. Joseph's Health Care, Toronto - President, Canadians for Nuclear Energy, - Director, Doctors for Nuclear Energy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Mark Gaudet

You're a fuckin joke Roy, just another charles. Done with you too

Oct 17th
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