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The Todd Veinotte Show - 11 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Sunday, January 19 , 2020 Security for Meghan and Harry in Canada could cost more than $10 million annually. Former RCMP Intelligence Officer Chris Mathers protected visitors to Canada like the Royal family and explains why the cost could be so high. Nova Scotia College of Social Workers Executive Director Alec Stratford reacts to a new report that says one in four Nova Scotia children live in poverty. Jay Cameron, BA, LLB, Barrister and Solicitor, Litigation Manager, Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms, counsel for University of Alberta Prolife in the recent decision from the Alberta Court Of Appeal wrote a Globe and Mail op-ed: Canadian universities must not stifle peaceful, unpopular expression. Ecology Action Centre Energy Campaign Coordinator Stephen Thomas on our planet just having its hottest decade on record.   Jan 19, 2020, 10:17 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 10 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Sunday, January 19 , 2020 Public Service Alliance of Canada Regional Executive VP Colleen Coffey is on the show to discuss a recent employee survey that found 72 per cent of public servants have been affected by Phoenix pay problems. Todd has a chat with Cumberland Colchester MP Lenore Zann regarding several topics. Carleton University business professor Ian Lee discusses the plunge of Bombardier shares and the U.S. – China trade deal. Chronicle Herald columnist Jim Herald explains his latest article about a group warning about the erosion of public education.  Jan 19, 2020, 10:03 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 9 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Sunday, January 19 , 2020 NDP leader Gary Burrill reacts to a new report that indicates one in four Nova Scotia children live in poverty. Investment Property Owners Association of Nova Scotia Executive Director Kevin Russell speaks to Halifax's rental vacancy rate dropping to one per cent. Dr. Paula Rochon, geriatrician, VP of research at the Women’s College Hospital and the Retired Teachers of Ontario Chair in Geriatric Medicine at the University of Toronto, wrote the Globe and Mail op-ed: It’s not the same old story: Canada’s aging population is on the rise, but we don’t have the resources to match. Nova Scotia Progressive Conservatives disappointed in what the party says is the government’s inability to retain physicians. PC MLA Katherine MacFarlane is on the show to elaborate.   Jan 19, 2020, 09:52 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 8 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Sunday, January 19 , 2020 University of Maine political science professor Mark Brewer breaks-down the latest U.S. Democratic debate. Dalhousie University marine biology Phd candidate Laura Feyrer explains how scientists decoded Hyperoodon (Bottlenose Whales) DNA. Political commentator Tim Powers reacts to this week's news that Peter MacKay has officially entered the Conservative leadership race.  Jan 19, 2020, 09:49 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 11 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Saturday, January 18 , 2020 Todd opens the phones to hear what's on your mind. Jan 18, 2020, 10:55 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 10 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Saturday, January 18 , 2020 Canada Research Chair in Information Law and Policy Teresa Scassa talks to Todd about Ottawa's consideration significant and meaningful compensation for privacy breach victims. BDC’s chief economist Pierre Cleroux explains why exporters are seeing a strong demand. Nova Scotia's Progressive Conservatives renew call for a Chief Dental Officer. PC MLA Colton LeBlanc is on the show. Todd continues the discussion around ride-hailing services with HRM Ride Hail's Stephen Parker.  Jan 18, 2020, 10:53 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 9 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Saturday, January 18 , 2020 Former diplomat & Canadian Global Affairs Institute Vice President and Fellow Colin Robertson discusses the ongoing diplomatic challenges in Iran following the downed airplane. HRM Councillor Tony Mancini, who sits on Police Commission, speaks to the 26 recommendations on how to improve HRM police service council accepted this week. Consultation on reforms to Canada's medically-assisted death law has begun. Veteran lawyer and retired Dying with Dignity board member Jim Cowan is on the show. Unifor Atlantic Director Linda MacNeil offers an update on Northern Pulp employees as we approach the Jan. 31st shut down date.   Jan 18, 2020, 10:25 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 8 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Saturday, January 18 , 2020 Nova Scotia monarchist Barry Mackenzie, coordinator of the Maritimes for the Monarchist League of Canada, ponders the future of Harry and Meghan and what it might mean if the two Royals move to Canada. Halifax Taxi Association President Dave Buffet reacts to HRM council's recommendation that ride share drivers should have a Class-4 licence. Treating patients in supply closets final straw for ER doctors in Kentville. Dr. Robert Miller is on the show to explain the issue.   Jan 18, 2020, 09:16 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 11 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Sunday, January 12, 2020 Canadian Taxpayers Federation Federal Director Aaron Wudrick previews tax changes in 2020. Concordia University economics professor Moshe Lander breaks down the sale of the Montreal Alouttes CFL franchise. Linda Bird, Director of Programs and Services and Sarah Lyon, Director of Philanthropy with the Alzheimer Society Nova Scotia discuss Alzheimer Awareness Month. Halifax Thunderbirds President & CEO John Catalano offers an update on team a 4-0 start to their inaugural season.     Jan 12, 2020, 11:45 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 10 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Sunday, January 12, 2020 Sexual Harassment can be a problem at the gym, according to experts. Toronto-based relationship expert and author Jessica O'Reilly explains how pervasive the issue is. Consulting medical ethicist and gerontologist Tom Koch suggests assisted dying must involve ethical consideration even though the practice is legal. The newly-appointed forest transition team meets this week. Forest Nova Scotia Executive Director Jeff Bishop will be at the table and offers Todd a preview of what he expects to happen.  Jan 12, 2020, 10:20 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 9 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Sunday, January 12, 2020 Political commentator Tim Powers discusses the passing of provincial and federal Atlantic Canada politician John Crosbie, the Conservative leadership race, and Ottawa's response to downed Iran plane. Bill Dowe owns a trucking business in Cumberland County. He is upset over broken promises to remove the Cobequid Pass toll. HRM Councillor Sam Austin explains why he wants council to give heritage designation to an old Dartmouth post office.  NS Seafood Alliance Leo Muise speaks to the critical challenges the industry faces in the coming decades due to climate change.   Jan 12, 2020, 09:49 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 8 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Sunday, January 12, 2020 Dairy Farmers of Nova Scotia General Manager Brian Cameron Dairy is on the show. Farmers look to be on track despite facing many challenges. HRM Deputy Mayor Lisa Blackburn speaks to council looking at changes to capital budget, including money for library renovations. Sackville-Preston-Chezzetcook MP Darrell Samson comments on Prime Minster Trudeau's reaction to downed Ukrainian plane, which killed 57 Canadians.   Jan 12, 2020, 09:37 AM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 11 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Saturday, January 11, 2020 'Music Geek' and host of nationally syndicated radio shows The Ongoing History of New Music, and The Secret History of Rock, Alan Cross speaks to the passing and legacy of Rush drummer Neil Peart. Jan 11, 2020, 12:25 PM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 10 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Saturday, January 11, 2020 Halifax Military Heritage Preservation Society Director William Breckenridge explains why mass graves complicate the future of the former downtown library. Yarmouth Mayor Pam Mood reacts to talk of municipal merger in southwest NS stirs interest. HRM councillor David Hendsbee responds to questions surrounding floating homes.   Jan 11, 2020, 12:19 PM
The Todd Veinotte Show - 9 a.m. The Todd Veinotte Show - Saturday, January 11, 2020 Affordable Housing Association of Nova Scotia Executive Director Jim Graham Housing says the province's plan to renovate units won’t help homeless people.  Feeling ‘betrayed’, social conservatives look for a Conservative leadership candidate they can believe in. Campaign Life Coalition Jeff Gunnarson is on the show.  Nova Scotia Progressive Conservative MLA Tim Halman joins Todd as the party requests the ousted forest transition committee member testify on the matter. Peace By Chocolate founder and CEO Tareq Hadhad has become Canadian citizen. Jan 11, 2020, 12:01 PM