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Bill Kelly Show

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Bill Kelly has over 30 years of broadcast experience. He pushes beyond the headlines, and has a unique perspective on politics and daily stories making headlines.

Bill Kelly has over 30 years of broadcast experience. He pushes beyond the headlines, and has a unique perspective on politics and daily stories making headlines.

Location:

Hamilton, ON

Description:

Bill Kelly has over 30 years of broadcast experience. He pushes beyond the headlines, and has a unique perspective on politics and daily stories making headlines.

Language:

English

Contact:

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


Episodes

Tech Talk - June 18, 2021

6/18/2021
It's time for Tech Talk with Adam Oldfield! Topics Include: Facebook, Google for Small Businesses, Electric vehicles & more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:18:14

Ont. declares 3 more Delta Hotspots & Accelerates 2nd doses, NACI update on AZ vaccine & Despite Ford’s pledge, LTC homes still have no AC

6/18/2021
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: The Ontario government has moved up second doses for those who got a COVID-19 shot in May while three more local public health units were added as hot spot areas where the Delta variant is of concern. In new documents released Thursday, officials said Ontarians who got a first dose from May 10 to May 30, and are in a Delta hot spot, can book an earlier second shot starting Wednesday, June 23. Three more local public health units — Hamilton, Simcoe-Muskoka and...

Duration:00:53:05

The Bill Kelly Commentary: Will Long-Term Care Residents Swelter Again This Summer??

6/18/2021
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Duration:00:02:29

Biden-Putin Geneva Summit, Elliot Tepper joined the Bill Kelly Show

6/17/2021
GUEST: Elliot Tepper, Emeritus Professor of Political Science with Carleton University See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:19:05

Hamilton takes step toward accepting LRT, Green Party leader fires back & Ont. to protect green space but only for sped-up developments

6/17/2021
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Hamilton’s light rail transit project is back on the rails. The city’s general issues committee (GIC) voted 9-6 on Wednesday to negotiate a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Metrolinx, regarding a 14 kilometre LRT line from McMaster University to Eastgate Square. City council must still ratify GIC’s decision next Wednesday. Another vote will eventually be needed to approve the MOU, once it has been negotiated and presented to councillors. GUEST: Lloyd...

Duration:00:52:45

The Bill Kelly Commentary: Messing With The Greenbelt

6/17/2021
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Duration:00:02:15

Home Builders’ Association disappointed by removal of Downtown Burlington Urban Growth Centre

6/16/2021
Burlington Mayor Marianne Meed Ward says her city can once again “grow and evolve in ways that truly reflect the community’s vision.” Ontario’s minister of municipal affairs and housing, during a media event at Burlington city hall on Tuesday morning, announced that Burlington will be allowed to adjust the boundary of its existing provincial Urban Growth Centre (UGC) designation. Steve Clark said the adjustment of the boundary of the UGC, once centred on the downtown core, will move the...

Duration:00:18:53

Fully vaccinated Canadians need guidance, Return to Play Rollout & Two-thirds of Canadians knew little to nothing about Residential Schools before Kamloops

6/16/2021
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: As eligibility for second COVID-19 vaccine doses starts to open up across the country, many Canadians are quickly joining the “fully vaccinated” group. Just as quickly, however, they are finding themselves in new, confusing territory. It’s not yet clear what fully vaccinated citizens in Canada can and cannot do. That’s because the federal government says there isn’t a “one-size-fits-all” approach. To date, federal health officials have not rolled out guidelines...

Duration:00:52:54

The Bill Kelly Commentary: Are the Greens Trying to Dump Their Leader

6/16/2021
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Duration:00:01:46

Ont. gov't passes election spending bill with notwithstanding clause

6/15/2021
Ontario's Progressive Conservatives employed a rarely used legislative power on Monday to pass a bill limiting third-party election advertising amid shouts of “shame” from the opposition. The government used the notwithstanding clause to pass Bill 307, which reintroduced amendments to the Election Finances Act that a judge struck down as unconstitutional last week. The clause allows legislatures to override portions of the charter for a five-year term. The opposition parties argued the...

Duration:00:11:43

The CFL returns for 2021 season

6/15/2021
GUEST: Matt Afinec, President & COO of Business Operations with Hamilton Tiger-Cats Football Club See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:17:07

London attack suspect charged with terrorism, Bratina calls for parliamentary review of LRT funding & The CFL returns for 2021 season

6/15/2021
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: Terrorism charges have been filed against the suspect accused of killing four members of a London, Ont. family in what police have called a targeted attack on Muslims. Nathaniel Veltman was already facing first-degree and attempted murder charges. New charges alleging the attack was an act of terrorism were unveiled Monday. Federal prosecutor Sarah Shaikh told the court the deputy director of public prosecutions had approved charges last Wednesday alleging the...

Duration:00:52:22

The Bill Kelly Commentary: What Were They Thinking?

6/15/2021
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Duration:00:01:44

Ont. shortens AstraZeneca dose interval, Canada to donate 100M C-19 vaccines & How Canada’s history of hate set the stage for London attack

6/14/2021
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: The Ontario government is shortening the amount of time residents who received an initial dose of Oxford-AstraZeneca’s COVID-19 vaccine should wait before getting their follow-up shot. The government had previously said AstraZeneca recipients should wait 12 weeks before getting a second shot, despite shortening the interval for all other vaccines. But it amended the guidance on June 12, joining other provinces in reducing the wait time to eight weeks. The...

Duration:00:48:09

The Bill Kelly Commentary: NDP Breakthrough Unlikely

6/14/2021
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Duration:00:01:51

Tech Talk - June 11, 2021

6/11/2021
It's time for Tech Talk with Adam Oldfield! Topics Include: Elon Musk, new ransomware, cryptocurrency, Apples new iOS 15 & more. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:19:02

Ramping up 2nd doses for Delta Hotspots, Moves to invoke Notwithstanding Clause & Why is the gov’t fighting Indigenous compensation claims?

6/11/2021
The Bill Kelly Show Podcast: The Ontario government is accelerating second COVID-19 doses for people living in hot spot areas where the Delta variant is of concern, and depending on when their first shot was received. Starting at 8 a.m. Monday, people in Toronto, Peel, York, Halton, Waterloo, Wellington-Dufferin-Guelph and Porcupine health units will be eligible for their second shot, if they got their first shot on or before May 9, according to documents released Thursday. As well, anyone...

Duration:00:46:29

Chief’s Townhall with Hamilton Police Chief Frank Bergen - June 2021

6/11/2021
Chief’s Townhall with Hamilton Police Chief Frank Bergen Topic include: Hamilton paramedics found guilty, racial profiling, Hamilton Pride, London attack and more. GUEST: Hamilton Police Chief Frank Bergen See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Duration:00:16:28

The Bill Kelly Commentary: The G7 Needs America

6/11/2021
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Duration:00:02:18

ADP Survey: Gen Z Remote Workers Most Excited to Return to the Office

6/11/2021
While the long-term implications of remote work are yet to be seen, over the past year it appears that working remotely has impacted each generation quite differently, according to ADP Canada's most recent Workplace Insight Survey. The survey, conducted by Angus Reid on behalf of ADP Canada, stressed the importance of understanding how the employee experience may differ depending on age, among many other factors, and the need for employers to adapt expectations accordingly. GUEST: Megha...

Duration:00:18:16