Today two women firefighters, Liane Tessier of Halifax and Jamie Wilson of Toronto will join Atoya Montague, RCMP civilian employee who shared with us recently details of her court case against male colleagues and told us the RCMP is attempting to fire her. This is the first time the three women have appeared together on broadcast media to speak to what they will tell us they endured.
POTUS Donald Trump. Were that to be the case which unfolds November 8, would Mr. Trump and his America First agenda put Canada’s economy in harm’s way? Or is it bluster? Is our Prime Minister Justin Trudeau up to the task to confront Donald Trump on economic and other issues? A question I asked on Twitter this week (@theroygreenshow).
The PM also, argues a Fraser Institute report, needs to get behind the building of oil pipelines. Many billions of dollars annually could be at stake. I’ll speak with Kenneth P Green, Senior Director of Natural Resource at the Fraser Institute and co-author of the report.
Gloria Allred, famed U.S. women’s rights lawyer joins me. Ms. Allred is a delegate for Hillary Clinton at the Democratic Convention in Philadelphia. And she has battled Donald Trump in a very public lawsuit involving the Miss Universe/Miss Canada beauty pageants. Jenna Talackova was initially removed from the pageants because she is transgender.
There’s more … including a story of a B.C. family court judge who removed himself from a case (do you have a family court experience to share?)
and I’ll be speaking with brothers Chris and Theo Mushumanski who attended the first concert of the Tragically Hip’s final tour. As we know, Gord Downie, lead singer of the Hip has terminal brain cancer. A brave man to be doing this tour. Chris Mushumanski drove more than 1000km to attend the concert.