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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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The push to decriminalize all drugs in Canada, Small towns affected by Trans Mountain pipeline disruptions, Support for wounded and injured Canadian veterans

4/22/2018
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The Roy Green Show Veterans Affairs Canada is boasting about the great support the Trudeau government is providing Canada's military veterans, particularly those who are wounded and injured. However, the veterans involved with the Equitas lawsuit - which sought to restore and protect disability pensions and benefits for veterans but was struck down late last year – would likely disagree with this assessment. After all, when asked about the Equitas lawsuit during one of his town halls...

Duration:00:59:36

Canada is already doing better for the environment

4/22/2018
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​According to a new report from the Fraser Institute, Canada is a world leader in environmental performance. Guest: Ken Green, Environmental Scientist and Senior Director of National Resource Studies (Photo: THE CANADIAN PRESS/Chad Hipolito)

Duration:00:04:45

Disrupting the Trans Mountain Pipeline has consequences for small towns and all of Canada

4/22/2018
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British Columbia and Alberta are exchanging threats over completion of the Trans Mountain pipeline, and Kinder Morgan appears set to pull out of the project. These actions have consequences for all of Canada but small towns are feeling them first. And while worldwide prices of oil are rising, and Canadians bicker over the economic boon of Canadian oil, there is still the issue of U.S. groups funding the disruption of the Trans Mountain Pipeline. Guests: Vivian Krause, @Fair Questions on...

Duration:00:33:27

Migrants illegally crossing into the country to be sent wherever they want to go in Canada

4/22/2018
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Increasing numbers of migrants are making their way into Quebec from New York State along the same road. Quebec has asked for help in dealing with the influx of migrants and starting next week, the federal government will set up a triage system to send migrants where they're hoping to go. If they'd prefer to be sent to Ontario instead of Quebec, they'll be sent there. Is this really the solution? Why do we have borders if they don't actually mean anything? (Photo: Christinne Muschi/Reuters)

Duration:00:19:29

Backbenchers and grassroots Liberals urging Trudeau government to decriminalize all drugs

4/22/2018
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Justin Trudeau‘s government is being pushed by backbenchers and grassroots Liberals to decriminalize all illicit drugs, adopting a model similar to that used in Portugal where the emphasis is on getting drug users into treatment. However, Trudeau is reportedly against the idea and Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor says it would not work for a country like Canada. Guest: Bill Bogart. international expert on reducing the harm of risky behaviour, and author of ‘Off the Street:...

Duration:00:18:54

Veterans Affairs Canada boasts about supporting wounded veterans - even though Trudeau says "they're asking for more than we are able to give right now"

4/22/2018
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Veterans Affairs Canada is boasting about the great support the Trudeau government is providing Canada's military veterans, particularly those who are wounded and injured. However, the veterans involved with the Equitas lawsuit - which sought to restore and protect disability pensions and benefits for veterans but was struck down late last year – would likely disagree with this assessment. After all, when asked about the Equitas lawsuit during one of his town halls earlier this year, the...

Duration:00:07:53

Where is Andrew Scheer?

4/22/2018
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The other day, Roy tweeted "Where have you gone, Andrew Scheer?" and the response on social media showed that he’s definitely not the only Canadian asking that question. According to a poll conducted for CTV News, 18% of voters said they don't know enough about federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh and 25.9% said the same about Andrew Scheer. Why isn’t the federal conservative party leader using the prime minister’s constant stumbles to his advantage? Where is Andrew Scheer? (Photo: Justin...

Duration:00:30:21

What are the dangers of chemical weapons? Was the Philadelphia Starbucks incident an example of racism? What does the measles outbreak in Europe mean for Canada?

4/21/2018
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The Roy Green Show As we draw nearer to the June 7th election in Ontario, the jabs are firing furiously from all corners of the political battlefield. PC leader Doug Ford insinuated there should be jail time for some Ontario Liberal leaders. Elsewhere, David Herle, co-chair of the Liberal election campaign, called Doug Ford "a bit of a dick" on live television. Is this sort of behavior a precursor to what lies ahead in Alberta next spring and nationally next October? Guest: Darrell...

Duration:00:54:51

Beauties & The Beast. The PMO punishes a Liberal MP for not toeing the line.

4/21/2018
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This week the Beauties and the Beast work overtime to bring you a no-nonsense breakdown of tough topics from this week. Guests: Catherine Swift Linda Leatherdale Michelle Simson (Photo: Global News)

Duration:00:37:47

Liberal MP facing criticism for introducing religious leader who supports Syria's Assad regime

4/21/2018
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An ipolitics.ca story revealed that Liberal MP Iqra Khalid, author of the controversial M-103, attended a recent community event where she introduced a religious leader who reportedly supports Syrian president Bashar al-Assad. MP Khalid took to Twitter to respond to criticism of the move, reaffirming that she is proud that the Canadian government has “forcefully condemned the Assad regime”. However, when contacted for an interview with Roy, she failed to reply. Guest: Dr. Zuhdi Jasser....

Duration:00:07:40

ISIS members returning to Canada could have knowledge of chemical weapons, according to Global News report

4/21/2018
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ISIS members who return to Canada from Syria and Iraq could have knowledge of chemical weapons and put it to use in a terrorist attack, according to internal government documents obtained by Global News. Guest: Tom Quiggin, court certified Canadian expert on terrorism, Intelligence work for RCMP, CAF, UN, and War Crimes Tribunals, author of ‘SUBMISSION: The Danger of Political Islam to Canada’ (Photo: Militant Website/AP Photo, File)

Duration:00:11:08

The Philadelphia Starbucks incident and how it's having an impact across the United States and Canada

4/21/2018
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The incident at a Starbucks in Philadelphia during which a manager called the police on two African American men has earned attention across the United States and Canada. But was the incident an example of racism or was it simply an overzealous application of that coffee shop's policy? Ron Miller joins Roy to talk about the events and the conversation that he - as an African American father - must have with his son. Guest: Ron Miller, Associate Dean, Liberty University, author of...

Duration:00:18:58

WHO concerned by outbreak of measles in Europe

4/21/2018
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The World Health Organization is extremely concerned by the outbreak of measles that is quickly spreading in Europe. In the past, England's chief medical officer has warned of an "antibiotic apocalypse." Measles is viral, but is it part of the greater global concern of epidemic breakouts? Guest: Jason Anthony Tetro, aka. The Germ Guy, author of “The Germ Code” & “The Germ Files” (Photo: Lukas Schulze/The Canadian Press/AP/dpa)

Duration:00:05:47

Is the current election landscape in Ontario a precursor to what lies ahead in Alberta next spring and nationally next October?

4/21/2018
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As we draw nearer to the June 7th election in Ontario, the jabs are firing furiously from all corners of the political battlefield. PC leader Doug Ford insinuated there should be jail time for some Ontario Liberal leaders. Elsewhere, David Herle, co-chair of the Liberal election campaign, called Doug Ford "a bit of a dick" on live television. Is this sort of behavior a precursor to what lies ahead in Alberta next spring and nationally next October? Guest: Darrell Bricker, CEO of Ipsos...

Duration:00:32:22

What is next for the Trans Mountain Pipeline? Can algorithms limit free speech? Are Alberta’s needs being ignored?

4/15/2018
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The Roy Green Show Yesterday, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe told us on air that delaying oil access to British Columbia ports costs the Saskatchewan economy $1.8 billion per year. If Alberta were to pass legislation that would cut off energy supply to British Columbia, Premier Moe says Saskatchewan would do likewise. Today, Justin Trudeau, B.C. Premier John Horgan and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley met over the Trans Mountain issue. What was the result of that meeting? Guest:...

Duration:01:00:11

Global News Winnipeg Anchor Lauren McNabb's hazardous journey to cover the Jets Playoff Game

4/15/2018
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Lauren McNabb shares her sory of venturing through a blizzard, to St. Paul Minnesota for tonight's playoff game between the Winnipeg Jets and the Minnesota Wild. Guest: Lauren McNabb, Anchor with Global News Winnipeg (Photo: Lauren McNabb/Global News)

Duration:00:06:41

When computer algorithms clash with Freedom of Expression

4/15/2018
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Tom Quiggin is a nationally certified court expert on terrorism and security who has worked with the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, Canadian Armed Forces and the United Nations. But YouTube refuses to allow him to upload a video for his podcast, The Quiggin Report. And he subsequently lost his Gmail account. Guest: Tom Quiggin, Court certified Canadian expert on terrorism, Intelligence work for RCMP, CAF, UN, and War Crimes Tribunals, Author of ‘SUBMISSION: The Danger of Political Islam...

Duration:00:31:42

Energy East pipeline vs. Trans Mountain pipeline ... different projects, same issues years later?

4/15/2018
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Last time our guests joined us, a different pipeline was being strongly opposed: the Energy East Pipeline. Denis Coderre was the mayor of Montreal at the time and he openly refused to support the project. In light of those developments, three grassroot Albertans joined us on air to discuss whether Alberta should opt out of Canada. Now, with the Trans Mountain Pipeline bringing up familiar debates, we welcome them back to the show to find out how they feel about the same issue with a new...

Duration:00:37:45

Saskatchewan is ready to join the fight to get the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion built

4/15/2018
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Yesterday, Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe told us on air that delaying oil access to British Columbia ports costs the Saskatchewan economy $1.8 billion per year. If Alberta were to pass legislation that would cut off energy supply to British Columbia, Premier Moe says Saskatchewan would do likewise. Today, Justin Trudeau, B.C. Premier John Horgan and Alberta Premier Rachel Notley met over the Trans Mountain issue. What was the result of that meeting? Guest: Charles Adler, host of the...

Duration:00:38:14

Tim Hortons losing Canadians’ trust, Concerns about retaliation from Syria's protectors, And Mark Zuckerberg appears before U.S. Congressional hearing

4/14/2018
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The Roy Green Show The war between Tim Hortons and its franchisees continues behind the scenes. The federal government is looking into concerns raised by some Tim Hortons franchisees that Restaurant Brands International has failed to live up to promises made to the federal government under the Investment Canada Act in 2014. Guest: Ned Levitt, specialist in franchise law - Tomorrow Prime Minister Justin Trudeau returns from Peru and will meet with B.C. Premier John Horgan and Alberta...

Duration:00:55:28

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