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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, 650 CKOM, 980 CJME, & Radio NL.

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, 650 CKOM, 980 CJME, & Radio NL.
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Hamilton, ON

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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, 650 CKOM, 980 CJME, & Radio NL.

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Episodes

Bonus - Travis Dhanraj gives us some insight into Justin Trudeau's visit to Mississauga.

9/15/2019
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Justin Trudeau was in Mississauga, ON today for the "She The North" rally for Bianca Andreescu. Guest: Travis Dhanraj. Queens Park bureau chief, Global News.

Duration:00:09:45

New Brunswick premier Blaine Higgs doesn't believe Trudeau committed to TMX. Ethicist Craig Klugman says climate change means fewer children?Forum poll's Lorne Bozinoff on how Quebec will vote. @mikelondoncanis dying of cancer and sharing his experience o

9/15/2019
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New Brunswick premier Blaine Higgs doesn't believe Trudeau committed to TMX. Guest: Blaine Higgs. Premier of New Brunswick - Ethicist Craig Klugman climate change means fewer children? Guest: Craig Klugman. De Paul Univ. Chicago - Forum poll's Lorne Bozinoff on how Quebec will vote. Guest: Lorne Bozinoff. President: Forum Research - Sports attorney Dan Lust on rape accusation against Antonio Brown. Guest: Dan Lust. Sports attorney for the U.S. law firm of Goldberg...

Duration:01:25:47

Bonus - Liberals proposing a plan to make it easier for first time home buyers.

9/14/2019
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Guest: Catherine Swift. Economist. Fmr president/CEO CFIB

Duration:00:06:54

Bonus - Tom Quiggin of the Quiggin Report discusses national security

9/14/2019
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Guest: Tom Quiggin. Primary contributor to the Quiggin Report, a podcase based on issues of free speech and national security.

Duration:00:08:21

CPC leader Andrew Scheer on Week 1 of campaign. Pop culture professor on Felicity Huffman's prison sentence. Beauties & the Beast reconvene.

9/14/2019
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The leader of the Conservative Party of Canada jonis us as the first week of the campaign draws to a close. Guest: Andrew Scheer. CPC leader. - The SNC-Lavalin/Justin Trudeau refusing to lift cabinet confidence and allow Jody Wilson-Raybould and Jane Philpott to share with Canadians and the TCMP their truth about Trudeau and PMO and demand of Wilson-Raybould that she intervene with the federal prosecution service to save SNC from facing a criminal charge in court. Guest: Professor Donald...

Duration:01:10:44

Bonus - Michelle Simson, member of the Beauty and the Beast panel discusses the upcoming election.

9/8/2019
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Roy is joined by Michelle Simson, member of the Beauty and the Beast panel and former MP of Scarborough Southwest to discuss Canadian politics.

Duration:00:04:50

Bonus - Brian Peckford discusses Canadian frustration with the upcoming election.

9/8/2019
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There’s no sign the decision to call an early election is hurting Manitoba Premier Brian Pallister in his bid for re-election. Brian Peckford, former Premier of Newfoundland discusses the frustrations held by Canadians. Guest: Brian Peckford, former Premier of Newfoundland

Duration:00:09:24

Alberta Minister of Energy on TMX; Tennis Canada's President and CEO on Bianca's triumph; Global's Anthony Farnell on Dorian's assault on Atlantic Canada; CJOB's Richard Cloutier on Manitobans voting Tuesday; Ron Foxcroft on receiving the Order of Canada;

9/8/2019
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The Roy Green Show Podcast - To start of the show, Roy and Alberta’s Energy Minister Sonya Savage discuss this week's TMX federal Court of Appeal news. On top of this, they address the Kenney government replacing board members of Alberta's energy regulator, and Alberta engaging in the federal election concerning energy/pipelines. Guest: Sonya Savage, Energy Minister for Alberta - At the age of 19, Bianca Andreescu has become a United States Open women's tennis champion. Roy Guest:...

Duration:01:01:08

Tennis Canada's President and CEO on Bianca's triumph

9/8/2019
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At the age of 19, Bianca Andreescu has become a United States Open women's tennis champion. Guest: Michael Downey ,President and CEO of Tennis Canada

Duration:00:12:13

Global News meteorologist Anthony Farnell on Hurricane Dorian. IPSOS Darrell Bricker, Canadians say society is broken. 40 year energy industry executive Dennis Conaghy on the TMX court ruling. Why do Canadians feel society is broken with Catherine Swift.

9/7/2019
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Global News meteorologist Anthony Farnell joins Roy to talk about Hurricane Dorian, which has been devastating the Atlantic coast. Guest: Anthony Farnell, Chief Meteorologist, Global News. - The IPSOS poll for Global News states most Canadians feel society is broken and that politicians do not care about them. Roy is joned by Darrell Bricker to discuss and interpret the details of the poll. Guest: Darrell Bricker. President/CEO IPSOS Public Affairs. Co-author, The Big Shift: The Seismic...

Duration:00:49:01

Northwest Territories MLA Kevin O'Reilly on mining in the Arctic

9/7/2019
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The Trudeau government has committed $61 million to build a road to service a growing network of mines in the Arctic. The company at the head of the mining effort, MMG, is one of the largest controlled by the Chinese government. The road would cut through heart of the range of the Bathurst caribou heard, which has already suffered tremendous losses in population in part blamed on heavy mining. In the mid-80's the herd numbered nearly 500,000. By last year it was down to 8,200 - A 98% decline...

Duration:00:06:24

Meteorologist Matthew Cappucci, on the tornadoes caused by Hurricane Dorian

9/7/2019
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Roy is joined by meteorologist, Matthew Cappucci to discuss Hurricane Dorian and its path along the Atlantic coast from the coastal Carolinas and how the hurricane is creating a whole new slew of tornadoes. - Guest: Matthew Cappucci, Meteorologist, Washington, D.C.

Duration:00:07:00

Podcast Preview - Ipsos poll shows most Canadians feel society is 'broken'

9/7/2019
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The IPSOS poll for Global News states that most Canadians feel our society is broken and politicians don't care about them. - Guest: Darrell Bricker. President/CEO IPSOS Public Affairs. Co-author, The Big Shift: The Seismic Shift in Canadian Politics, Business and Culture, and What it Means for our Future.

Duration:00:02:55

Bianca Andreescu has Canadians on the edge of their seats, fixated on tennis

9/7/2019
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Bianca Andreescu vs Serena Williams in the Women's Final at the U.S. Open Tennis Championship has tennis front and centre in the minds of Canadians. For more on this, Roy spoke with Global reporter Morganne Campbell, live at a Tennis Canada Watch Party. Guest: Morganne Campbell, Global News reporter

Duration:00:05:47

The danger of Digital Foreign Interference; Transparency in your alcohol; On the scene for Hurricane Dorian; Kids need cursive writing

9/1/2019
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The Roy Green Show Podcast - with Stirling Faux is in for Roy for one more podcast. - Stirling is joined by Professor Alex Wilner to learn more about about the emerging Canadian national security challenge that is Digital Foreign Interference, and how DFI is effectively used by malicious parties. Have you ever looked at a can of beer and wondered why there is not nutritional information on it at all? Stirlling finds out why most alcoholic beverages don’t have nutritional labels, and why...

Duration:01:00:53

Petition asks insurance companies to drop trans-mountain pipeline as their client; Hurricane Dorian update; New report shows government workers take more sick days than the private sector; small businesses are paying too much in payroll expenses

8/31/2019
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A number of letters created by a new campaign went out asking insurance companies to drop the trans-mountain pipeline as their client. August 31st is the last day insurance companies can do this. The latest forecast and predictions for Hurricane Dorian, live from Florida. The yearly report from the Canadian Taxpayers Federation says government workers take twice as many sick days than workers in the private sector. Small businesses are struggling to grow and improve because of the amount...

Duration:00:47:51

Day two of the G7 summit; Scientists call on Elections Canada to clarify climate change advertising; Brazil sends military to help fight fires in Amazon; Mike Smyth on Scheer

8/25/2019
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It is the second day of the G7 summit. What we know so far. Scientists call on Elections Canada to clarify policy on climate change advertising. Brazil sends military to help fight fires in the Amazon. Mike Smyth: Scheer doubles down on his demand for police probe of Trudeau. - Guests: Abigail Bimman, Global News Christopher Lyon, University of Leeds Kerry Bowman, Bioetheticist and Conservationist Mike Smyth, Province Columnist

Duration:00:49:27

Scott McKnight - The Canadian government's responsibility when it comes to traveling abroad

8/25/2019
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Does the Canadian government have to help citizens stuck abroad? A look at the rules. Guest: Scott McKnight, PhD candidate of the University of Toronto

Duration:00:17:54

Sarah Leamon - Father of suspected northern B.C. killer wants to view video found

8/25/2019
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Father of suspected northern B.C. killer seeks access to video of 'last will and testament'. Guest: Sarah Leamon, Lawyer for Alan Schmegelsky

Duration:00:11:09

Jane Gerster - 25 years of the Sonya Nadine Mae Cywink cold case

8/25/2019
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Sonya Nadine Mae Cywink was born in Little Current on Manitoulin Island on August 19, 1963. Her body (and that of her unborn child) was found at Southwold Earthworks, a 40-minute drive southwest of London, ON on Aug. 30, 1994. This year marks 25 years since her murder and the case is still unsolved. National Online Reporter Jane Gerster and Supervising Producer of Original Content Brent Stanley traveled to Manitoulin Island to speak with Sonya's sister, Meggie, and the community where she...

Duration:00:09:40