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Roy Green Show

Global News / Curiouscast

Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award. Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding love for his country. No wonder Roy’s show has been cited by Canada’s parliamentary newspaper as required listening for federal politicians. You can also listen to the Roy Green Show live on these stations: 900 CHML Hamilton, Global News Radio 640 Toronto, 980 CFPL London, 680 CJOB Winnipeg, 630 CHED Edmonton, 770 CHQR Calgary, 980 CKNW Vancouver, 650 CKOM, 980 CJME, & Radio NL.

14259 - Roy Green Show Podcast, Feb 18: Dan McTeague challenges Enviro Minister Stephen Guilbeault. – Prof Sylvain Charlebois misquoted by Guilbeault. – Parents spanking children, lawyer Ari Goldkind. – Dr. Shawn Whatley be cautious with any fed pharmacare.
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  • 14259 - Roy Green Show Podcast, Feb 18: Dan McTeague challenges Enviro Minister Stephen Guilbeault. – Prof Sylvain Charlebois misquoted by Guilbeault. – Parents spanking children, lawyer Ari Goldkind. – Dr. Shawn Whatley be cautious with any fed pharmacare.

    Today’s podcast: Federal Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault is attempting to walk back his statement "there will be no more envelopes from the federal government to enlarge thed road network" to a Montreal conference earlier in the week. Also stated the federal government wants to get Canadians out of our cars and trucks and living in high density urban areas. Premiers Ford and Smith immediately challenged Gilbeault. - Also the Liberals rebranded the 'Climate Action Incentive Rebate' as the 'Canada carbon rebate.' Guilbeault is also hinting at changes to be announced concerning his energy dictates for provinces, as what he has proposed is receiving heavy pushback from particularly Alberta and Saskatchewan. Trudeau government continues to claim 80% of Canadian households paying the carbon tax will receive more money in rebates than they pay for carbon taxation. Not so according to Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux in interviews with us. Guest: Dan McTeague. President: Canadians for Affordable Energy. The aforementioned Stephen Guilbeault stated in Canada's parliament that Dalhousie University professor Sylvain Charlebois had stated there is no evidence the carbon tax is negatively affecting food pricing in Canada. Professor Charlebois immediatley pushed back declaring he had never such a thing. Guest: Professor Sylvain Charlebois, Director Agri Foods Lab at Dalhousie University  This was a heaveily debated issue 30+ years ago and it's back. NDP sponsored children's rights legislation, Bill 273, would ban spanking of children at home or using force on children at school by supervisory adults (teachers) received support for a second reading in parliament by a 208-115 vote. Section 43 of the Criminal Code (introduced in 1892) and most recently amended by the Supreme Court of Canada in 2004, permits parents to spank judiciously, not in anger and with age consideration of children. The Canadian Teachers Federation opposes the NDP bill/ What about parents? And how does a prominent criminal lawyer view the proposed legislation? (It has been argued parents forcing a child into a children's car seat might run afoul of no corporal punishment legislation.) Guest: Ari Goldkind. Criminal lawyer and media commentator. The federal Liberals and NDP are attempting to negotiate a national pharmacare program in order to keep their political alliance alive and prevent a snap election. Is that a sound basis for a program securing pharmaceuticals for Canadians dealing with a need for medications including significant, even life-threatening illness? Would a national pharmacare program be funded sufficiently that the newest and most effective drugs for cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other serious illnesses become and/or remain available, or would a pharmacare bureaucracy be underfunded or over-regulated to the point pharmaceutical companies would not make the most recent and effective/expensive drugs available to Canada and Canadians? Guest: Dr. Shawn Whatley. Past president of the Ontario Medical Association and author: When Politics Comes Before Patients. --------------------------------------------- Host/Content Producer – Roy Green Technical/Podcast Producer – Tom McKay 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

    Sun, 18 Feb 2024
  • 14258 - Feb 18: Fed Pharmacare with Dr. Neil Rau

    The federal Liberals and NDP are attempting to negotiate a national pharmacare program in order to keep their political alliance alive and prevent a snap election. Is that a sound basis for a program securing pharmaceuticals for Canadians dealing with a need for medications including significant, even life-threatening illness? Would a national pharmacare program be funded sufficiently that the newest and most effective drugs for cancer, heart disease, diabetes and other serious illnesses become and/or remain available, or would a pharmacare bureaucracy be underfunded or over-regulated to the point pharmaceutical companies would not make the most recent and effective/expensive drugs available to Canada and Canadians? Guest: Dr. Neil Rau. Infectious dieases specialist, assistant professor University of Toronto School of Medicine. Former member of the Ontario committee to evaluate pharmaceuticals Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sun, 18 Feb 2024
  • 14257 - Feb 18: Eddie Sheppard on the mood of Cdns politically today

    What is the mood of Canadians today, toward the state of the country and the political parties vying to form the national government? An election could be called at any time this year and must be called by the fall of next year. Abacus polling shows if a federal election were held today Pierre Poilievre and the Conservatives would secure a significant majority government, while the Liberals and NDP are neck and neck. How firm is that polling information? Guest: Eddie Sheppard. VP Insights, Abacus Data. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sun, 18 Feb 2024
  • 14256 - Feb 18: Dan McTeague challenges Enviro Minister Stephen Guilbeault.

    Federal Environment and Climate Change Minister Steven Guilbeault is attempting to walk back his statement "there will be no more envelopes from the federal government to enlarge thed road network" to a Montreal conference earlier in the week. Also stated the federal government wants to get Canadians out of our cars and trucks and living in high density urban areas. Premiers Ford and Smith immediately challenged Gilbeault. - Also the Liberals rebranded the 'Climate Action Incentive Rebate' as the 'Canada carbon rebate.' Guilbeault is also hinting at changes to be announced concerning his energy dictates for provinces, as what he has proposed is receiving heavy pushback from particularly Alberta and Saskatchewan. Trudeau government continues to claim 80% of Canadian households paying the carbon tax will receive more money in rebates than they pay for carbon taxation. Not so according to Parliamentary Budget Officer Yves Giroux in interviews with us. Guest: Dan McTeague. President: Canadians for Affordable Energy. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sun, 18 Feb 2024
  • 14255 - Feb 18: Prof Sylvain Charlebois misquoted by Guilbeault.

    The aforementioned Stephen Guilbeault stated in Canada's parliament that Dalhousie University professor Sylvain Charlebois had stated there is no evidence the carbon tax is negatively affecting food pricing in Canada. Professor Charlebois immediatley pushed back declaring he had never such a thing. Guest: Professor Sylvain Charlebois, Director Agri Foods Lab at Dalhousie University   Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    Sun, 18 Feb 2024
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