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The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Topics Include: ·       Vaccine Mandates on Canada’s boarder: ArriveCAN ·       Federal Polling ·       Trudeau & Poilievre playing nice….for now ·       And more…. GUEST: Dr. Lori Turnbull, Director of the School of Public Administration with Dalhousie University - In April of 2022, over 10,000 Canadians signed a House of Commons petition calling on the federal government to include nuclear energy within the Green Bond Framework. It was the second most popular economy and finance petition to go before the 44th Parliament.  Green bonds are a vital tool being advanced to finance our clean energy transition. At present, the government’s Green Bond Framework explicitly excludes nuclear energy, lumping it alongside sin stocks like arms manufacturing, tobacco, alcohol and gambling. Given the urgency of acting on climate change, it is imperative for this vital funding mechanism to include all proven decarbonization tools and nuclear energy in particular. GUEST: Fatima Syed, Journalist with The Narwhal - Topics Include: ·       U.S Warns of “consequences” if Russia uses nuclear wapons ·       2024 election struggles for Biden ·       Is this the end of the road for Trump? ·       And more… GUEST: Reggie Cecchini, Washington Correspondent for Global News
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The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Topics Include: ·        Trudeau vs. Poilievre ·        Marit Stiles first candidate to enter Ontario NDP Leadership ·        Trudeau offends million belting out Bohemian Rhapsody ·        And more…..  GUEST: John Best, Publisher of The Bay Observer. - The federal government is giving new funding to continue the development of an automated tool for finding and flagging terrorist content online. In a press released issued Tuesday evening, the public safety department detailed a $1.9-million, three-year investment in funding “to combat online terrorist and violent extremist content.” Is it money well spend and well it be effective?  GUEST: Phil Gurski, President of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting, Distinguished Fellow with the University of Ottawa’s Security program, and former CSIS analyst - Marit Stiles, the current education critic for Ontario’s New Democrats, became the first candidate to launch a bid to lead the party Thursday, saying she’s focused on taking down the Progressive Conservative government. Stiles, a former school trustee, has represented the Toronto riding of Davenport since 2018 and said she wants to lead the Ontario NDP to advocate for the hardworking people of the province. GUEST: Marit Styles, MPP for Davenport and Education Critic for Ontario’s Official Opposition
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast:   What effect does misinformation have on our society when it comes from notable Canadians? GUEST: Marcus Kolga, Director of and Senior Fellow with the Macdonald Laurier Institute - Donald Trump was sued for fraud on Wednesday by New York state's attorney general, who for more than three years has been conducting a civil investigation into the former U.S. president's business practices, court records showed. A copy of the complaint was not immediately available. The lawsuit was filed in a New York state court in Manhattan. GUEST: Brian J. Karem, Political Analyst for CNN, White House Reporter, Columnist for and The Washington Diplomat, and host of ‘Just Ask the Question’ Podcast, Author of the new book Free The Press: The Death of American Journalism and How to Revive It. - As you start planning your Thanksgiving feast, spare a thought for the millions of Canadians who are planning their meals around what foods they can’t buy, or how many meals to cut to make ends meet. Almost six million people were food insecure last year in Canada. More than a third of them were in Ontario, where 16 per cent, or one in six households, struggle with food insecurity. Is it going to get worse? GUEST: Armine Yalnizyan, Economist and Atkinson Fellow on the Future of Workers
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Pierre Poilievre brought his core leadership campaign themes to the floor of the House of Commons on Tuesday, using his first Question Period as Leader of the Official Opposition to criticize the Liberals on inflation and the fact that many Canadians can’t afford a place to live. Anticipating that line of attack, the Liberals countered by introducing two pieces of legislation to implement the government’s recently announced $4.6-billion affordability plan. The package includes a doubling of the GST credit, a boost in rental supports and an interim dental care plan for uninsured parents with children under 12. The government says the programs are targeted at those most in need and will not contribute to inflation. GUEST: Muhammad Ali, Senior Consultant for Crestview Strategies - Inflation might be edging a bit lower, but it sure doesn’t feel like it at the grocery store. Statistics Canada announced Tuesday morning that the Consumer Price Index rose by 7.0 per cent in August, compared to a year earlier. That’s down from 7.6 per cent in July, and lower than the 7.2 per cent most economists had expected. In June, inflation had jumped to a 39-year high of 8.1 per cent. GUEST: Marvin Ryder, Professor with the DeGroote School of Business at McMaster University - NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg made a visit to Canada last month in what must be seen as an effort to prod us into taking our Arctic security more seriously. What has changed since Russia invaded Ukraine in February, and how should Canada respond? GUEST: Heather Exner-Pirot is a senior policy analyst at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is in New York to attend the 77th Session of the United Nations General Assembly from Sept. 20-22. Trudeau’s office issued a statement on Saturday saying he will attend the opening of the session’s High-Level General Debate on Tuesday, noting he will highlight Canada’s ongoing work to tackle the global food security crisis that has followed Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. GUEST: Aurel Braun, Professor of International Relations and a Senior Member of the Munk School of Global Affairs at the University of Toronto - While parents can't get ahead of all the technology their teens might use, experts say they can offer help by teaching them media literacy — and early on. As the exposure to controversial — and increasingly harmful — views about masculinity, the objectification of women and the LGBT community has these same experts raising concern about how extremist, far-right groups are using TikTok, YouTube and other social media apps in a drip campaign to slowly radicalize vulnerable teens and young men.   GUEST: Michael Kempa, Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Ottawa - What are some of the key moments that came out of the Queens funeral yesterday? GUEST: Ron Foxcroft, CEO of Fluke Transport and Chairman of Fox 40
GUEST: Elliot Tepper, Emeritus Professor of Political Science with Carleton University
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Topics Include: How Poilievre is winning new support among young and diverse voters Trudeau meets U.K’s Liz Truss & other world leaders Canadian MP’s see threats to democracy And more… GUEST: Dr. Lori Turnbull, Director of the School of Public Administration with Dalhousie University - What are the main challenges for people like Brittney Griner, Paul Whelan and the West’s in the hostage negotiations with dictators like Putin? GUEST: Elliot Tepper, Emeritus Professor of Political Science with Carleton University - Topics Include: Trumps financial documents Abortion Poll: Trump boosts midterm prospects for democrats Migrants dropped off near Kamala Harris’s home And more…. GUEST: Reggie Cecchini, Washington Correspondent for Global News
GUEST: Moshe Lander, Senior Economics Lecturer with Concordia University
Koble is a digital health startup on a mission to improve the health and well-being of parents, globally. The Koble app provides expectant and new parents a masterclass-like experience, helping them feel prepared and supported during the earliest stages of parenthood. With Koble, parents can access live and on-demand sessions with 13+ types of perinatal experts, and unlimited 1:1 chat with a full-spectrum doula- all at their fingertips. GUEST: Swati Matta, Founder & CEO of Koble
Boardball is a new sport that aims to lower the barriers to playing volleyball by reducing the extensive setup required so that you can play anytime and anywhere. Instead of needing a traditional court, volleyball net, and large group of people, all that is needed to play Boardball is a board, a volleyball, and 4 people. The game is competitive, dynamic, and provides a more accessible way for people to use their bump-set-spike skills. GUEST: Amanda Nguyen, Co-Founder of Boardball
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Topics Include: Should we be worried about Pierre Poilievre’s depiction of mainstream media and the subsequent backlash from his online supporters? Ontario spending billions more this year Bill 12 wage-cap faces court challenge this week And more GUEST: John Best, Publisher of The Bay Observer - Russian President Vladimir Putin on Thursday praised China’s “balanced position” on the Ukraine war, though he conceded Beijing had “questions and concerns” over the invasion, in what appeared to be a veiled admission of their diverging views over the protracted military assault. Putin made the comments when meeting Chinese leader Xi Jinping in person for the first time since the invasion at a regional summit in Uzbekistan, days after Russia suffered a series of major military setback in Ukraine. Russian troops are retreating en mass, having lost more territory in a week than they captured in five months. GUEST: Thomas Hughes, Post-Doctoral Fellow at the Canadian Defence and Security Network - It started to look as though the Green Party of Canada might claw its way out of the rabbit hole it dug when Annamie Paul, one of its top assets — and the first Black Canadian and first Jewish woman to lead a federal political party in Canada — was essentially chased out of its ranks. In the latest news, a misgendering incident during a Zoom event reveals just how hopelessly deranged the party has become, consumed by the most toxic tendencies of modern progressive movements. How did a zoom meeting propel Canada’s green party into another meltdown? GUEST: Peggy Mash, Former NDP Finance Critic, and author of Women Winning Office: An Activist’s Guide to Getting Elected available May 2022
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