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WEEKENDS 2-5 EST - The Roy Green Show is syndicated across the Global News Radio Network.

WEEKENDS 2-5 EST - The Roy Green Show is syndicated across the Global News Radio Network.
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WEEKENDS 2-5 EST - The Roy Green Show is syndicated across the Global News Radio Network.

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English


Episodes

Maxime Bernier on The People’s Party, & Challenges to Trudeau’s environmental programs

9/16/2018
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The Roy Green Show Podcast Maxime Bernier joins Roy to discuss his new political party, The People’s Party, and answer the questions on everyone’s minds. Then, an interview with Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe on his meeting with Prime Minister Trudeau and the subsequent calling-out directed at Trudeau on Twitter. John Helin, the mayor of the Lax Kw’Alaam First Nation, will address independent senators in Ottawa, concerning the cancellation of the tanker moratorium bill. He explains his...

Duration:01:01:39

Interview - How U.S. Conservatives see Chrystia Freeland and Trudeau

9/16/2018
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Last Monday Chrystia Freeland attended the Women in the World Summit in Toronto. Freeland appeared on a panel discussion called Taking on the Tyrant, during which it was implied that U.S. President Trump was one of the tyrants in question, although she never directly stated this. How does the right in the U.S. feel about these sentiments, and was this a wise choice for Freeland while engaged in NAFTA talks? Hear more, including Roy's interview with Maxime Bernier of the new People's Party,...

Duration:00:08:29

Interview - $372 million meant for veterans goes unspent by Liberals

9/16/2018
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A Global News exclusive found that $372 million meant for veterans and their families has gone unspent since the Trudeau Liberals took office. But sevent months ago in Edmonton, at a town hall event, Trudeau claimed that veterans were "asking for more than we are able to give right now." Subscribe to The Roy Green Show on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher or wherever you find your favourite podcasts. (Photo: REUTERS/Chris Wattie)

Duration:00:07:18

Callers - Would you vote for Maxime Bernier's People's Party

9/16/2018
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Following Roy's interview with Maxime Bernier, the phones are opened and Canadians share their thoughts on Bernier's new party, The People's Party. Does he have enough support to make an impact, will he wind up splitting the conservative vote in Canada, and doeshe resonate wtih Canadians? Hear Roy's full interview with Bernier in the newest podcast of The Roy Green Show. And subscribe to the podcast on Spotify, Apple Podcasts, Sticher, Google Podcasts or wherever you stay up to date with...

Duration:00:09:00

The importance of the Notwithstanding clause, What Maxime Bernier’s new party means, & Scott Newark’s legal perspective

9/15/2018
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Roy addresses the many issues in the Canadian political landscape have grabbed public attention, and caused much division. Maxime Bernier has announced his new political part, the People’s Party. And Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe has publically called out Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Twitter. Meanwhile, Ontario Premier Doug Ford has earned backlash for his plans to invoke the notwithstanding clause to cut the size of Toronto City Council. Former Premier of Newfoundland and Labrador...

Duration:00:46:41

Beauties & the Beast - Debating Doug Ford and the notwithstanding clause, & Will Bernier’s party resonate

9/15/2018
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It’s time for Beauties & the Beast, and this week the panels is at odds over Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s plans to possibly use the Notwithstanding clause. And what does Bernier’s new People’s Party mean for our next federal election? Hear more on Doug Ford, the notwithstanding clause and Bernier, as well as interviews with Brian Peckford and Scott Newark, in the newest podcast of The Roy Green Show. Subscribe on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Stitcher or wherever you like to get...

Duration:00:18:25

Fallout from the anonymous NYT op-ed, Global carbon tax could do more harm than good, & Humboldt Broncos start their season

9/9/2018
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The Roy Green Show Podcast Following the court ruling over the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion, we look at the fate of the pipeline and Trudeau’s handling of the situation. Our guest Richard Masson, former CEO of the Alberta Petroleum Marketing Commission, says that what this means for Alberta and Canada’s economy is “real sad.” The New York Times published an anonymous op-ed, claimed to be written by an appointed White House senior staffer. It offered a scathing take on U.S. President...

Duration:00:54:04

Interview - Exporting Canadian oil to international markets

9/9/2018
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Frank McKenna, the Deputy Chairman of TD Bank, joined Roy on air in May of 2018, to speak about the ongoing challenge of transporting Canadian oil to international markets, and how it affects our economy. We replay that interview for context on the continuing issues. Hear more of The Roy Green Show podcast, availble on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Stitcher, Spotify and wherever else you subscribe to your top podcasts. Guest: Frank McKenna, Deputy Chairman of TD Bank, Former Premier of...

Duration:00:14:07

Interview - The questions surrounding Joshua Boyle

9/9/2018
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Scott Newark joins Roy to discuss the ongoing questions surrounding Joshua Boyle and the old photo-op with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Guest: Scott Newark, Former Alberta Crown Prosecutor, Executive Director of the Canadian Police Association (Photo: Nathan Denette The Canadian Press via AP)

Duration:00:07:51

Interview - What are Canadians' views on Fake News

9/9/2018
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Ipsos conducted a poll of 27 nations, to get their views on fake news. Canada was included. How easily do Canadians think they and their peers can spot fake news? For more interesting discussions on the stories that matter to you, subscribe to The Roy Green Show on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify or wherever you find your favourite podcasts. Guest: Sean Simpson, Vice President of Ipsos Canada (Photo: Getty Images)

Duration:00:07:32

Interview - Atlantic hurricane season's influence gas prices

9/9/2018
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Gasoline prices are dropping in Vancouver and Ontario next week. But the Atlantic hurricane season may create havoc in the Gulf of Mexico and influence a change in gas prices. Guest: Dan McTeague with GasBuddy . Com (Photo: Patrick Dell - The Canadian Press, File)

Duration:00:07:57

NAFTA and the cost to Canada’s economy, Global powers and artificial intelligence, & the Eagle Spirit Pipeline

9/8/2018
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The Roy Green Show Podcast How hard is the Canadian economy being hit by the NAFTA negotiations? Donald Trump has threatened that auto tariffs will be the “ruination” of Canada. There has been a lot of focus on the Trans Mountain pipeline extension. But there is another pipeline option waiting for development, once that would protect indigenous rights. Artificial Intelligence is increasingly impacting the world stage. Kai-Fu Lee is the former president of Google China, he joins Roy to...

Duration:00:50:41

Beauties & the Beast - Obama’s criticism of Trump, division in the U.S., & the future of NAFTA

9/8/2018
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There's no time for political correctness. And even if there were, there would be none allowed here. It's Beauties & the Beast, the weekly panel discussion that tackles the stories you want to hear. Today the Beauties and Roy debate Obama's direct criticism of President Trump, and discuss how divided the U.S. is and what Canada's trade relationship with the U.S. will be like in the future. For more on Canada's trade relations with the U.S., our energy industry, as well as the global...

Duration:00:17:42

Interview - Has Trudeau brought NAFTA trouble on himself and Canada

9/8/2018
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In a New York Post collumn, Professor Frank Buckley recently caused a stir by arguing that Trudeau is finally getting the trade trouble that he deserves. Is this fair? Hear more on NAFTA and Canada's trade future, as well as the global economic changes we will see in the next few decades, in the lates podcast of The Roy Green Show. Subscribe to the Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever else you find your favourites. Guest: Professor Frank Buckley, of the George...

Duration:00:15:46

Interview - Colin Kaepernick defended of Fidel Castro

9/8/2018
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Colin Kaepernick has now become one of the faces of Nike’s newest campaign. In 2016, soon after he began kneeling during the U.S. national anthem, Kaepernick was challenged by reporter Armando Salguero for wearing a shirt depicting a meeting between Fidel Castro and Malcolm X. Kaepernick wound up defending Castro. Armando Alguero joins Roy to talk about his experiences as a child born in Cuba, and what Kaepernick needs to know about world history if he wants to represent a movment. Hear...

Duration:00:14:06

Interview - Are the needs of skilled trade workers and general labourers being met in Canada?

9/2/2018
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A new Harris Poll commissioned by Express Employment Professionals, concerning national skilled trade workers and general labourers view of how well political parties are connecting with their needs, as well as their job approval ratings for the current government in Ottawa. Guest: Jessica Culo, Owner of Express Employment Professionals

Duration:00:04:36

Bias in main stream media, & The Equitas Society continues to fight for wounded veteran’s pensions

9/2/2018
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The Roy Green Show Podcast The Equitas Society has been fighting a legal battel for the return of full lifetime pensions for wounded and injured members of the Canadian Armed Forces. This week the Supreme Court of Canada refused to hear an appeal of a BC Court’s decision against the Equitas Society. What is next for the Equitas Society and what needs to be done for veterans in Canada? This has been a perfect week for assessing how people perceive bias in main stream media, and how much...

Duration:00:43:51

Interview - 'Pain Warriors,' the new film on chronic pain and those who live with it

9/2/2018
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This week BC announced it will sue big pharma manufacturers of opioids because of “increased deaths of those addicted.” Meanwhile, intractable patients continue to suffer and some have taken their own lives when they were no longer able to receive the treatment and medication that made their pain manageable. Pharmacists are reportedly ignoring doctor’s prescriptions, refusing to provide opioids in some parts of Canada. Roy speaks wtih Tina Petrova about her new documentary focussed on the...

Duration:00:26:41

Beauties & the Beast - NAFTA and Trans Mountain make for a bad week for Trudeau

9/1/2018
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NAFTA negotiations with the U.S. continue to appear rocky, and a court ruling has cancelled work on the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion. Overall, this has been a rough few days for Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, to say the least. Now it’s time for the Beauties & the Beast to break down these stories and more, with no regard for political correctness. Download the newest podcast of The Roy Green Show, to hear more on NAFTA and the halt to work on the Trans Mountain expansion. Subscribe to...

Duration:00:17:53

Interview - The issue of activist judges in Canada

9/1/2018
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Scott Newark discusses the problem of judges following their philosophical and political leanings, sometimes to the point that they ignore the law. Hear more on activist courts and the Trans Mountain ruling, as well as an in-depth look at trade negotiations with the U.S., in the newest podcast of The Roy Green Show, available wherever you find your favourite podcasts. Guest: Scott Newark, Former Alberta Prosecutor, past Executive Director of the Canadian Police Association, Adjunct...

Duration:00:05:22