Bill Kelly Show-logo

Bill Kelly Show

Corus Radio Network

The Bill Kelly Show, heard weekdays 9AM - 12PM EST on AM900 CHML. Learn more about the show and read Bill Kelly's blog posts at 900chml.com

The Bill Kelly Show, heard weekdays 9AM - 12PM EST on AM900 CHML. Learn more about the show and read Bill Kelly's blog posts at 900chml.com
More Information

Location:

Hamilton, ON

Description:

The Bill Kelly Show, heard weekdays 9AM - 12PM EST on AM900 CHML. Learn more about the show and read Bill Kelly's blog posts at 900chml.com

Language:

English

Contact:

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


Episodes

How can patients and families work with their doctor to plan palliative care?

10/17/2018
More
Photo: (Global News/Marc Latendresse) It’s the start of our series with Bob Kemp Hospice, focusing on caregiving and bereavement. Today, Bill chatted with Clare and a clinical nurse about supporting patients, pain management, and how patients and families can work with their doctor to create a team and plan for palliative care. Guest: Clare Freeman, Bob Kemp Hospice. Guest: Armila Kajani, Clinical Nurse specialist at Bob Kemp Hospice.

Duration:00:15:44

Cap and trade, Paul Bernardo and legal pot.

10/17/2018
More
Photo: (The Canadian Press Images/Phil Snel) Doug Ford's plan to scrap cap and trade will mean $3 billion in lost revenue according to the FAO report. Guest: Travis Dhanraj, Queen’s Park Bureau Chief, Global News. It’s been 25 years since Paul Bernardo was convicted of first degree murder in the deaths of Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy. Now he’s got a parole board hearing. Guest: Jeff Manishin. Criminal Lawyer, Ross & McBride/ Former Crown Attorney. Pot is officially legal across the...

Duration:00:43:18

Pot is officially legal across the country. What does this mean for the business going forward?

10/17/2018
More
Photo: (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Tijana Martin) Pot is officially legal across the country. Bill chatted with the VP of Communications at Canopy Growth Corporation on what this means for business going forward. Guest: Jordan Sinclair, Vice President, Communications, , Canopy Growth Corporation.

Duration:00:09:49

Paul Bernardo has a parole board hearing.

10/17/2018
More
Photo: (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Greg Banning) It’s been 25 years since Paul Bernardo was convicted of first degree murder in the deaths of Kristen French and Leslie Mahaffy. Now he’s got a parole board hearing. Guest: Jeff Manishin. Criminal Lawyer, Ross & McBride/ Former Crown Attorney.

Duration:00:18:58

Doug Ford's plan to scrap cap and trade will mean $3 billion in lost revenue.

10/17/2018
More
Photo: (Global News) Doug Ford's plan to scrap cap and trade will mean $3 billion in lost revenue according to the FAO report. Guest: Travis Dhanraj, Queen’s Park Bureau Chief, Global News.

Duration:00:14:46

Burlington's election issues, gutter politics and Doug Ford.

10/16/2018
More
PHoto: (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chris Young) When it comes to the Burlington election, what are the major issues for Burlington's residents? Guest: Sara Cain, News Reporter/Anchor, 900CHML. Are gutter politics dominating the Burlington mayoral race? Guest: Joan Little, former councillor, freelance columnist with the Spectator on Burlington Issues. With high tensions between the federal and Ontario governments, the premier’s office says that Doug Ford won’t be meeting this week with Dominic...

Duration:00:47:56

Doug Ford won’t be meeting this week with International Affairs Minister Dominic LeBlanc.

10/16/2018
More
Photo: (Nathan Denette/The Canadian Press) With high tensions between the federal and Ontario governments, the premier’s office says that Doug Ford won’t be meeting this week with Dominic LeBlanc, the international Affairs minister. Guest: Richard Brennan, retired journalist with the Toronto Star. Covered Queen’s Park and Parliament Hill.

Duration:00:15:18

Are gutter politics dominating the Burlington mayoral race?

10/16/2018
More
Photo: (Nick Westoll / File / Global News) Are gutter politics dominating the Burlington mayoral race? Guest: Joan Little, former councillor, freelance columnist with the Spectator on Burlington Issues.

Duration:00:18:36

What are the major issues for Burlington's residents this election?

10/16/2018
More
When it comes to the Burlington election, what are the major issues for Burlington's residents? Guest: Sara Cain, News Reporter/Anchor, 900CHML.

Duration:00:14:17

Bus service, reforming city council and Sears.

10/15/2018
More
Phot: (Bill Hutchins, CKWS TV) LRT is a hot topic in the municipal election but there is another debate when it comes to our bus services. Guest: Larry DiIanni. Former Mayor, Lobbyist, City of Hamilton. With election day nearing, the influx of campaign literature continues to pour but should we expect any reform from a new city council? Guest: John Best. Publisher of the Bay Observer. Sears in the U.S. has filed for bankruptcy protection due to massive debt and plunging sales. Are we...

Duration:00:49:11

Sears in the U.S. has filed for bankruptcy protection due to massive debt and plunging sales.

10/15/2018
More
Sears in the U.S. has filed for bankruptcy protection due to massive debt and plunging sales. Are we seeing a death knell for malls and big box stores? Guest: Marvin Ryder. Business Professor, DeGroote School of Business, McMaster University.

Duration:00:14:34

Should we expect any reform from a new city council?

10/15/2018
More
With election day nearing, the influx of campaign literature continues to pour but should we expect any reform from a new city council? Guest: John Best. Publisher of the Bay Observer.

Duration:00:18:32

LRT is a hot topic in the municipal election but there is another debate on our bus services.

10/15/2018
More
LRT is a hot topic in the municipal election but there is another debate when it comes to our bus services. Guest: Larry DiIanni. Former Mayor, Lobbyist, City of Hamilton.

Duration:00:16:19

Tech Talk - October 12, 2018

10/12/2018
More
Tech Talk with Adam Oldfield

Duration:00:19:19

LRT funding, steel imports and combating climate change.

10/12/2018
More
Two of the mayoral candidates have taken aim at each other over the LRT project and the pledge from the Ontario government. Guest: Henry Jacek. Professor of Political Science, McMaster University. Canada has decided to put a surtax on steel imports coming into the country. This was implemented to curb a flood of steel dumping. How is that going to affect us? Guest: Ian Lee. Sprott School of Business. Carleton University. With a report on climate change saying that we’re hurtling to a...

Duration:00:50:10

Should those who oppose a carbon tax offer up what their solutions are to combat climate change?

10/12/2018
More
With a report on climate change saying that we’re hurtling to a tipping point when it comes to climate change, should those who oppose a carbon tax offer up what their solutions are to combat climate change? Guest: Dale Marshall, National Climate Program Manager, Environmental Defense.

Duration:00:19:06

Canada has decided to put a surtax on steel imports coming into the country.

10/12/2018
More
Photo: (THE CANADIAN PRESS/Peter Power) Canada has decided to put a surtax on steel imports coming into the country. This was implemented to curb a flood of steel dumping. How is that going to affect us? Guest: Ian Lee. Sprott School of Business. Carleton University.

Duration:00:14:35

MPP Donna Skelly clarifies on what the LRT funding can be spent on.

10/12/2018
More
PHoto: (900 CHML/File) MPP Donna Skelly called in to The Bill Kelly Show to clarify what the LRT funding can be spent on in Hamilton. Guest: Donna Skelly, MPP, Flamborough-Glanbrook.

Duration:00:02:17

Two of the mayoral candidates have taken aim at each other over the LRT project.

10/12/2018
More
Two of the mayoral candidates have taken aim at each other over the LRT project and the pledge from the Ontario government. Guest: Henry Jacek. Professor of Political Science, McMaster University.

Duration:00:16:44

Police and marijuana, LRT support and motorcycle helmets.

10/11/2018
More
Photo: (Global News) Hamilton Police Service’s yet to be unveiled policy on pot will require officers to be ‘fit for duty.’ What will that mean? . Guest: Clint Twolan. President, Hamilton Police Association. Four business organizations in the city are pledging their support for the LRT project. Guest: Keanin Loomis. President & CEO, Hamilton Chamber of Commerce. Last night, the Ontario government made the announcement that Sikh’s will be granted their exemption when it comes to...

Duration:00:51:42