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The Scott Thompson Show, heard weekdays 12PM - 3PM EST on AM900 CHML. Learn more about the show and read Scott's blog posts at 900chml.com

The Scott Thompson Show, heard weekdays 12PM - 3PM EST on AM900 CHML. Learn more about the show and read Scott's blog posts at 900chml.com
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Hamilton, ON

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The Scott Thompson Show, heard weekdays 12PM - 3PM EST on AM900 CHML. Learn more about the show and read Scott's blog posts at 900chml.com

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English

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875 Main Street West Hamilton, ON L8S 4R1 (905) 645-3221


Episodes

Soccer in Hamilton, The pressure on the Thailand soccer team, And a new politically motivated beer

7/13/2018
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Hamilton is getting its own soccer team! The Canadian Premier League announced its newest franchise last night. Its name? Forge FC. Guest - Scott Radley. Host of “The Scott Radley Show” Columnist, Hamilton Spec. What pressure will the kids who were rescued from the cave in Thailand face now that Hollywood is interested in their story? ALSO: Doug Ford and Sex ed, Trump and the UK. Guest - Elissa Freeman, PR and Pop culture expert, Principal at Elissa Freeman PR Two breweries in Canada...

Duration:00:55:55

Hamilton will have a soccer team in 2019

7/13/2018
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Hamilton is getting its own soccer team! The Canadian Premier League announced its newest franchise last night. Its name? Forge FC. Guest - Scott Radley. Host of “The Scott Radley Show” Columnist, Hamilton Spec.

Duration:00:04:55

Hydro One CEO out, NATO summit continues, And Throne Speech at Queen's Park

7/12/2018
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The Ontario government has made a lot of changes in the past 24 hours. First up, he ousted the CEO of Hydro One and it’s board of directors. Is this going to make any changes? Guest - Steve Aplin, Publisher of Emission Trak, which monitors C02 Carbion Dioxide emissions from energy use Canada and UK have expressed concern at the NATO summit over the Russian pipeline into Germany. Scott chats with a former Liberal MP and our gas expert, Dan McTeague into the politics of this...

Duration:00:54:36

Increased police presence in Toronto

7/12/2018
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The Mayor of Toronto and the Toronto Police Chief held a press conference this morning in regards to gun violence in the city. What’s their plan and is it going to be effective? ALSO: Brantford power scam, and 11:30 press conference by police. Guest - Ross McLean. Crime Specialist. Security expert, Former Toronto Police Officer. rossmcleansecurity.com

Duration:00:04:20

Ontario's sex-ed curriculum will be reverting to a 20 year old plan

7/12/2018
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Next, the government decided to revert the sex education curriculum to the one used in 1998, effective this fall. Guest - Jess O'Reilly. Sexologist & Relationship Expert. SexWithDrJess.com

Duration:00:04:58

Summer legislature, Interest rate hike, And Bollywood movie with a local connection

7/11/2018
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When the legislature resumes for a summer session, what are the top priorities for the new Ontario government? Not a buck a beer, they’ll be working on cap and trade repeal, ending the York University strike and ending a controversial wind farm project. ALSO: The new Speaker has been chosen. Guest - Peter Graefe. Professor of Political Science, McMaster University The Bank of Canada has chosen to hike its key interest rate to 1.5%. What does that mean for the economy and the everyday...

Duration:00:55:38

The Bank of Canada is raising interest rates again

7/11/2018
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The Bank of Canada has chosen to hike its key interest rate to 1.5%. What does that mean for the economy and the everyday Canadian? Guest - Jean Paul Lam, Associate Professor of Economics at University of Waterloo. Formerly an assistant chief economist at the Bank of Canada

Duration:00:04:40

Donald Trump has come out guns blazing at the NATO summit

7/11/2018
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Today is the first day for the NATO summit. It’s also the first time Trudeau and Trump have met since the G7 summit. Will it be tense? ALSO: Trump made comments about Germany. Guest - Ferry De Kerckhove, Senior Fellow, Faculty of Social Sciences, Graduate School of Public and International Affairs, University of Ottawa

Duration:00:06:59

Thailand rescue complete, Brexit chaos, And pipeline controversy

7/10/2018
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Great news! All 12 boys and the coach have been rescued from the cave in Thailand. What now? How should the government there prevent future incidents at this site? Guest - Roger Mortimer, Western Region Coordinator, National Cave Rescue Commission It is chaos politically in Britain right now when it comes to Brexit. Two members of her cabinet, including Boris Johnson stepped down this week. What’s the latest in this situation, and what’s the issues at hand. Guest - Kurt Huebner,...

Duration:00:53:12

How do Brits feel about Brexit now?

7/10/2018
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It is chaos politically in Britain right now when it comes to Brexit. Two members of her cabinet, including Boris Johnson stepped down this week. What’s the latest in this situation, and what’s the issues at hand. Guest - Kurt Huebner, Institute of European Studies, Department of Political Science

Duration:00:05:22

With the Thailand soccer team rescued what comes next for the boys

7/10/2018
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How big is the psychological battle ahead for the boys who were trapped in that cave, as well as their coach? Guest - Dr. Richard Amaral, registered psychologist

Duration:00:05:12

Rescue in Thailand, Auto tariffs, And another UK poisoning

7/9/2018
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Rescue workers in Thailand have brought out the 8th boy rescued from the caves. 5 still remain. Geologically, what could make this difficult? Guest -Joseph Desloges, Professor, Department of Geography and Planning, Faculty of Arts and Science Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto According to a report put together by the Canadian Automotive Dealers Association, auto tariffs would be ‘catastrophic’ for the country. ALSO: US orders are...

Duration:00:51:49

Another death in the UK poisoning incident

7/9/2018
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A UK woman has died after being poisoned with a nerve agent that struck a former Russian spy back in March. Guest - Simon Palamar. Research Assistant, Centre for International Governance Innovation

Duration:00:04:06

The cave rescue in Thailand is over half complete

7/9/2018
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Rescue workers in Thailand have brought out the 8th boy rescued from the caves. 5 still remain. Geologically, what could make this difficult? Guest - Joseph Desloges, Professor, Department of Geography and Planning, Faculty of Arts and Science Professor, Department of Earth Sciences, Faculty of Arts and Science, University of Toronto

Duration:00:04:43

Trudeau under fire, Binge-watching, And parents stay off your phone

7/6/2018
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The Prime Minister yesterday acknowledged that he apologized to a woman he’s alleged to have groped at the time. Trudeau said that he’s “responsible for his side of the interaction which certainly… I don’t feel was in any way untoward” Guest - Michael Taube, Troy Media syndicated, columnist, and Washington Times contributor How could binge watching be made better? A University of Waterloo professor worked along side Netflix to make their programming more efficient to handle binge...

Duration:00:37:15

Justin Trudeau continues to be under fire

7/6/2018
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The Prime Minister yesterday acknowledged that he apologized to a woman he’s alleged to have groped at the time. Trudeau said that he’s “responsible for his side of the interaction which certainly… I don’t feel was in any way untoward” Guest - Michael Taube, Troy Media syndicated, columnist, and Washington Times contributor

Duration:00:05:16

Premier meets PM, Roller derby in the Hammer, And Cats vs. Riders

7/5/2018
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Doug Ford is meeting with the Prime Minister today. Is this going to be a tense exchange? ALSO: Doug Ford is going to recall legislature for next week. What will be the first things on his agenda. Guest - Alan Carter, Anchor & Queen's Park Bureau Chief, Global News Ontario’s roller derby teams are having a hard time finding places to host games and practices. First Toronto, then London, now Hammer City Roller Derby. Why is it hard to find spaces? Guest - Maggie ‘Typhoid Maggie’...

Duration:00:55:37

Doug Ford is meeting with Justin Trudeau

7/5/2018
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Doug Ford is meeting with the Prime Minister today. Is this going to be a tense exchange? ALSO: Doug Ford is going to recall legislature for next week. What will be the first things on his agenda. Guest - Alan Carter, Anchor & Queen's Park Bureau Chief, Global News

Duration:00:05:20

Shelving anti-scalping laws, Lower speed limits? And what is the song of the summer

7/4/2018
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The new Ontario government has decided to shelve part of the anti-scalping law that would’ve capped the price that scalpers can charge. Guest - Dean Budnick, Co-author Ticket Masters: The Rise of the Concert Industry and How the Public Got Scalped and Editor-in-Chief Relix magazine Anti-scalping law continued… Guest - Catherine Moore, Adjuncy Professor, Music Technology and Digital Media Program, Faculty of Music, University of Toronto An op-ed appearing in the Toronto Star calls for...

Duration:00:45:51

Is gun violence on the rise in Toronto?

7/4/2018
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Recent shootings in Toronto have got some asking questions about whether gun violence has increased in Canada’s biggest city. Guest - Jooyoung Lee, Associate Professor of Sociology, at University of Toronto. Gun violence expert

Duration:00:03:27