News & Views with Rob Snow
2017-02-21
Rob Snow speaks with; - Norm Jack, CFRA news assignment director, about stories the CFRA newsroom is covering. - Matt Padanyi, Radio Reporter at BNN, about Tim Horton's parent company to buy Popeye's Chicken. - Allison Jones, Legislative Reporter with The Canadian Press, about what happened today in Queen's Park. - Lee Versage, TSN 1200 host, about the Sens injuries. We have our weekly Tech Tuesday segment with CTV's Tech Analyst, Carmi Levy. Our weekly look into Federal politics sees Rob chat with Robin MacLachlan - Vice-President at Summa Strategies, Consultant at Summa Strategies, about whether or not the NDP was wrong to turf Mulcair, and what should the government do with all the asylum seekers crossing the border. In our Bruyère Healthy Aging Moment, Rob talks with Bobby Kerr, member of the organizing team for Raise a Pint To Raise Funds.
2017-02-21
The Ontario Legislature is back in session today. Montreal is now a sanctuary city, and Rob Snow is back from 10-Noon on News and Views!
2017-02-20
Kris Sims is in for Rob Snow.
2017-02-20
Kris Sims is in for Rob Snow.
2017-02-15
Brian is joined by Dr. Barry Dworkin. They take all of your health related questions. It's the Wednesday Housecall!
2017-02-14
Brian Lilley speaks with; - Norm Jack, CFRA news assignment director, about stories the CFRA newsroom is covering. - Solomon Friedman, criminal defense lawyer with Edelson Clifford D'Angelo Friedman LLP, about cases being tossed due to delays. - Richard Kurland, immigration lawyer, about the Safe Third Country agreement. Our Federal Politics Segment, Lindsay Maskell a former political advisor to the Premier / Liberal Consultant with her own practice, drops by to speak with Brian. They discuss Mr. Trudeau Goes to Washington; a look back at his meetings with the Trumps. In Our Bruyère Healthy Aging Moment, Brian is joined by Catherine Landry. Catherine is installing a massive mural at the hospital. She explains why.
2017-02-14
Brian Lilley's filling for Rob. It's the day after the big meeting (Trump and Trudeau). Brian takes your calls on how both men / nations did yesterday. We also dive back into the Vince Li's full release. Any thoughts?
2017-02-13
Rob speaks with; - Norm Jack, CFRA news assignment director, about stories the CFRA newsroom is covering. - Dean Brown, radio voice of the Ottawa Senators on TSN 1200, about the Sens win over the Islanders. - Lorne Bozinoff, President of Forum Research Inc. about a new poll that sees the provincial Liberals tied in Toronto with the PC Party. - Geoff Coulson, Warning Preparedness Meteorologist with Meteorological Service of Canada at Environment Canada, about the record snow fall yesterday. - Katherine Dines, Majic 100 host, about yesterday's Grammys. This week's BIG Question; Will artificial intelligence serve us or replace us? He chats with Louis A. Del Monte. And finally, on our Climate File, Rob speaks with Glenn Murray, Ontario Minister of the Environment and Climate Change.
2017-02-13
How will Prime Minister Trudeau fare during his meeting with President Trump? Elliot Tepper, Distinguished Senior Fellow at the Norman Paterson School of International Affairs at Carleton University drops by to discuss today's meeting. Richard Mahoney, McMillan LLP, joins Rob to talk about how the PM will be walking on egg-shells today. Rob takes your calls on this hot topic.
2017-02-13
Rob talks to Elliot Tepper about Trudeau's Trip to Washington
2017-02-09
Rob Snow speaks with; - Norm Jack, CFRA news assignment director, about stories the CFRA newsroom is covering. - Allison Jones, Legislative Reporter for the Canadian Press, about John Tory's press conference / meeting with Andrea Horwath. - Paul Dewar, Former NDP MP for Ottawa, about revisiting Ottawa as a sanctuary city. - Lee Versage, TSN 1200 host, about Rob gets to pick the brain of Ian Lee, Associate Professor with Carleton University's Sprott School of Business, about some of the big economic stories. Our Thursday Municipal Panel sees Rob joined by a couple of city councillors to discuss anything and everything to do with City Hall. Our panelists, this week, are Matthieu Fleury (Rideau-Vanier ward councillor) and Riley Brockington (River ward).
2017-02-09
Rob takes your calls from 10-Noon on whether or not Ottawa should be a sanctuary city.
2017-02-08
The first two hours of News and Views with Rob Snow - we take your calls!
2017-02-07
On today’s show Rob chats with Councillor Diane Dean about moving one of the shelters out of the downtown core. Carmi Levy stops by for a Tech Tuesday and touched on Amazon. We get caught up on Rona Ambrose’s vacation on a yacht with pundit Tim Powers. Wanda Morris of ACORN discusses the possibility of raising OAS back up to 67. CP’s Allison Jones reports to us the provincial health minister’s concerns about Ontario’s health care system. We then end off the show with you Bruyere Healthy Aging moment.
2017-02-07
Rob Takes your calls and speaks to Mayor Jim Watson, and The Mission Executive Director Peter Tilley about the idea of closing one of the Shelters in the Downtown Core.
2017-02-06
Rob speaks with; - Norm Jack, CFRA news assignment director, about stories the CFRA newsroom is covering. - Dean Brown, radio voice of the Ottawa Senators on TSN 1200. - Joanne Schnurr, CTV Ottawa reporter, about lawyers helping people affected by Trump's travel ban. - Howard Levitt, employment lawyer / author / columnist and radio host, about a new drug testing law involving employment - Lee Versage, TSN 1200 host, who puts a bow on yesterday's Super Bowl. The Climate File: this week's topic is how Canada cannot have it both ways on climate and fossil fuel expansion. Rob chats with Marc Lee, Senior Economist at the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives, about the subject. 'The Big Question' this week is: “Will Millennials be better off than their parents?” Rob is joined by Peter Shurman (Author of "Millennials: Boom'er Bust OR How Gen Y Will Save the World) and Ilona Dougherty (Managing Director of Youth & Innovation Research Project at the University of Waterloo).
2017-02-06
Rob takes your calls on random drug testing for OC Transpo drivers. Is this something we should adopt? Why? Why not? 10-Noon on CFRA.
2017-02-03
The second half of the show starts off with the Friday Provincial Panel. Our panelists this week are Todd Smith (PC MPP for Prince Edward - Hastings) and Gilles Bisson (MPP for Timmins - James Bay / NDP House Leader). Rob speaks with; - Norm Jack, CFRA news assignment director, about stories the CFRA newsroom is covering. - Dean Brown, radio voice of the Ottawa Senators on TSN 1200, about the Sens huge win in Tampa. - John Budden, CFRA Market Commentator / host of CFRA's Money Talk, about the markets and previewing this weekend's Money Talk. David Harris, Director of the intelligence program at INSIGNIS Strategic Research Inc., drops down from the rafters to bring us this week's installment of The Intelligence Files. We wrap up the week with John Robson, National Post columnist / Professor of History at the University of Ottawa / documentary - filmmaker.
2017-02-03
Rob takes your calls on the top 10 most dangerous intersections in Ottawa. Also, rapid poll; Should the catholic and public school boards merge?
2017-02-02
Rob Snow speak with; - Paul Bliss, CTV News Toronto, about the cost of advertising for the Ontario Provincial Government. - Norm Jack, CFRA news assignment director, about stories the CFRA newsroom is covering. - David Phillips, Senior Climatologist at Environment Canada, about Ground Hog Day, the rodents have spoken and how accurate were they. - Lee Versage, TSN 1200 host. On Thursdays, Rob gets to pick the brain of Ian Lee, Associate Professor with Carleton University's Sprott School of Business. This week, they discuss electoral reform and trading with the U.S. Our Thursday Municipal Panel sees three councillors dissect city issues. Our panelists this week are Jody Mitic (Innes), Allan Hubley (Kanata South) and Rick Chiarelli (College). Among the topics discussed; the idea of Ottawa being a sanctuary city, Baseline Rapid Transit Corridor, and the location of the new library.