On the last day of August, Rob takes your calls on the proposed Hookah ban, and what about a guaranteed income? 10-Noon, your feedback, on News and Views!
Rob speaks with; - Alison Sandor, CFRA reporter, who gives us a heads up about some of the big news stories the CFRA newsroom is following. - Allison Jones, Legislative Reporter for the Canadian Press, who gives us an update from Queen's Park. - Shuyee Lee, Assignment Editor / Reporter with CJAD 800 News, about the latest on the Energy East Pipeline. - Lewis Smith, Media Program Coordinator with the Canada Safety Council, about Quebec's call to make texting and driving a criminal offence. - Smokey Thomas, President of OPSEU, about legalizing marijuana. Rob also chats with Carmi Levy, CTV Technology Analyst, for our weekly Tuesday Tech Talk segment. In our weekly Healthy Aging with Bruyère Continuing Care, Rob is joined by Krista Curtis, (speech-language pathologist) and Roshene Lawson (clinical chaplain) at Bruyère's Saint-Vincent Hospital. Our weekly look at Federal Politics, Rob is joined by Jason Lietaer, President at Enterprise Canada, about Trudeau's trip to China.
Has Patrick Brown made a fatal mistake, or can he recover? Is texting and driving becoming a massive issue in the city? Rob takes your calls from 10-Noon, on News and Views!
Rob Snow is BACK! He speaks with: - Alison Sandor, CFRA reporter, about stories the newsroom's following. - Erik Hanna, motorcyclist videotaped woman texting and driving, who in turned cut him off in a dangerous fashion, about his video. - Matt Padanyi, radio reporter for BNN, about record setting stock markets. - David Coletto, CEO of Abacus Data, about the latest poll regarding Justin Trudeau. - AJ Jakubec, voice of the Ottawa RedBlacks on TSN 1200, about the RedBlacks. - Sgt. Mark Gatien, about the viral video of road rage that a motorcyclist caught on his GoPro camera. - Major Gus Garant, Canada Army Run Race Director, about the Army Run registration about to close. - Ian Holliday, Research Associate at the Angus Reid Institute, about how the majority of Canadians say political correctness has "gone too far".
Rob is back from vacation, and that means summer is officially OVER! Rob takes your calls on the latest road rage video to surface in Ottawa? How about the end of beach season? Is Colin Kaepernick a jerk, or the next Muhammad Ali? Your calls from 10-Noon on News and Views!
Brian Lilley and Dr. Barry Dworkin discuss some of the latest hot button health issues. They also take your health questions.
TGIF! We have our Friday Provincial Panel with our usual suspects: John Yakabuski (Chief Whip for the PC Party / MPP for Renfew-Nippising-Pembroke) and Gilles Bisson (NDP House Leader / MPP for Timmins-James Bay. They touch on the O.M.A.'s decision to reject the province's offer and Norman Jack speaks with: - Harley Bloom, General Manager of The Capital Fair, about what people can expect at the fair this weekend. - Fred Hall, carnie, about the life of a carnie. Norm also chats with John Robson, National Post columnist / Professor of History at the University of Ottawa / documentary - filmmaker.
What do you think about Mayor Watson's fiery comments? Is our police force falling to pieces? What about the latest on the Phoenix Pay System? Norman Jack is LIVE from the Capital Fair, and takes your calls from 10-Noon!
Norman Jack speaks with: - Chris Holski, CFRA anchor, about some of the stories the CFRA newsroom will be covering today - Waneek Horn-Miller, former olympian, about mukluk-making school. - Randall Denley, strategic communications consultant and former Ontario PC candidate / has a weekly column in the Ottawa Citizen, about his column: "It's about time someone stood up for the health-care system." - Anita Kranjc, co-founder of Toronto Pig Save. On Thursdays, we're joined by Ian Lee, Assistant Professor with Carleton University's Sprott School of Business. This week, they (Ian and Norm) discuss the housing situation, mortgages rates With our weekly look at all things municipal, Riley Brockington (River ward councillor) drops by the studios to discuss tunnels, diverting truck traffic AWAY from the downtown core, the non-release of the new potential sites for the new Ottawa Library, and the beginning of Fair Season.
Should we build the tunnel in downtown Ottawa? Or is this a disaster waiting to happen? Norman Jack takes your calls from 10-Noon on News and Views!
Norman Jack (filling in for Rob Snow) and Dr. Barry Dworkin discuss some of the latest hot button health issues. They also take your health questions.
Norman Jack speaks with: - Mathieu Fleury, Vanier ward councillor, about the death of Mauril Belanger. - Chris Holski, CFRA News reporter, about what stories the newsroom will be following. - Brian DePratto, Economist at TD Bank Group, about the latest housing and manufacturing sales numbers. - Cindy Smith, Executive Director of the Caring and Sharing Exchange, about the URGENT appeal; 850 kids on waiting list for back to school help. -Don Grant, Executive Director of the Ottawa Centre EcoDistrict, about the launch of Electric Vehicle Day Ottawa 2016.
Should the police be allowed to have access to your passwords, or is that a total violation of privacy? What should be done about the sewage in the Ottawa river? Norman Jack takes your calls, and speaks to City Councillor Mathieu Fleury from 10-Noon on News and Views!
Norman Jack speaks with: - Chris Holski, CFRA news anchor, about some of the stories the newsroom is following. - Nik Nanos, Chairman of Nanos Research Group of Companies, about the latest poll numbers. - Peter Kimbell, Warning Preparedness Meteorologist with Meteorological Service of Canada, about all the rain to expect in the next little bit. For our weekly look at Federal Politics, we are joined by Richard Mahoney (Partner at Hansell LLP) and Michelle Austin (Senior Advisor with Summa Strategies). In our weekly Healthy Aging with Bruyère Continuing Care, Norm is joined in studio by Bernie Forestell, Bruyère's VP of Annual Giving and Donor Engagement. Norm also chats with Carmi Levy, CTV Technology Analyst, for our weekly Tuesday Tech Talk segment.
What do you think about the doctors rejecting the latest deal offered by the Province? Do you feel safe in Ottawa? Norman Jack fills in for Rob, and takes your calls from 10-Noon on News&Views!
Norman Jack fills in for Rob Snow. He speaks with: - Gary Boyle, The Backyard Astronomer, drops by to discuss light pollution and the meteor shower on the weekend. - Chris Holski, CFRA anchor, about some of the stories the CFRA newsroom will be covering today. - Dr. Frank Rudzicz, about a robot that helps detect Alzheimers. - Justin MacKinnon from Faces Ottawa Magazine, about the 5th Annual Casino Royale (taking place this year on October 22 at the Canadian War Museum. - Cassie Aylward, CFRA reporter, about the weekend shootings and the Capital Pride Parade.
Do you feel safe in Ottawa, given the number of shootings this past weekend?Is the taxi union justified in their lawsuit against the city? Norman Jack, in for Rob takes your calls and answers from 10-Noon on News and Views!
Our Thursday Provincial Panel sees John Yakabuski (Chief Whip and PC MPP for Renfew-Nippising-Pembroke) and Gilles Bisson (House Leader and NDP for MPP Timmins-James Bay) discuss hospitals and election advertising, among other things. Rob Snow also speaks with Glen Edwards, Farmer at Cloverhurst Farms, about the drought. Rob also chats with John Budden, CFRA's Markets Commentator, who gives us our weekly overview of the markets. He also talks with John Robson, National Post columnist / Professor of History at the University of Ottawa / documentary - filmmaker. David Harris, Director of the intelligence program at INSIGNIS Strategic Research Inc., drops by for this week's installment of The Intelligence Files.
It's another Ottawa Trivia special! Where was the first McDonald's in Ottawa? What year did CJOH go on the air for the first time? What channel was it? Rob takes your calls and answers from 10-Noon on News and Views!
Rob Snow speaks with: Norman Jack, CFRA's News assignment editor, about some of the stories the CFRA newsroom is covering today. -Jim Bronskil, Canadian Press reporter, about the future of Elizabeth May and the Green Party. On Thursdays, Rob's joined by Ian Lee, Assistant Professor with Carleton University's Sprott School of Business. They discuss jobs, Trump and Ontario being the new Quebec. We also go live to the RCMP press conference detailing the foiled terror attack and death of the suspect.