Afternoons with Rob Breakenridge
Join host, Rob Breakenridge, as he offers his unique perspective on the most talked-about stories of the day every weekday afternoon.
Russian provocation; What does the future hold for ArriveCan?; Iran protests
Standing up to Putin & helping Ukraine win
Queen's funeral; ArriveCan's future; Debating the future of the monarchy
Tim Cook, "Lifesavers and Body Snatchers"
Interpreting Poilievre's victory; Alberta oil can save Canada's roads; Ukrainian counter-offensive; Economic freedom in Canada
Ken Dryden: "The Series"
Michelle O’Bonsawin's very limited qualifications for the Supreme Court
WEF conspiracy theories. Laith Marouf controversy, Canadian LNG, Churchill statue
Vaccine mandates at universities, Passenger rights, Supreme Court appointee
B’nai Brith Demands Independent Review of Government-Funded Anti-Racism Seminars After Uncovering Further Antisemitic Content
A year into Taliban rule, Afghans fear Canada has left them behind
Canadian Blood Services considers plasma donor compensation; Afghanistan one year after Taliban takeover
Federal plan to reduce emissions from fertilizer worries farmers
Farmers worried about fertilizer targets; ARRIVECAN app concerns; Essay contest fiasco; Retirements surge in Canada
Women are not the barometers in mixed-gender relationships
Can Trudeau turn things around?; Organs partially revived in dead pigs; Costs of healthcare
Housing costs; Russia's failures in Ukraine; Lack of interest in World Juniors
Alberta gas prices; Hockey Canada in crisis; Accidental 911 calls; Ranking provinces' liquor policies
New research points to SARS-CoV-2's origins
New evidence points to SARS-CoV-2's origins