Some of what you’ll hear on today’s program (Sunday, July 3, ’16)

Today, one of the great Canadian adventures told by a man who spent every dollar he had to make it reality and who saw Canada like no one else has and whose message has been heard by millions of his fellow Canadians…and whose story remains totally compelling.  Chris Robertson, To the Top Canada joins me and I have a Canadian bucket list question for you.

an impromptu conversation with a 40-something individual which resulted in him suggesting the parents of my generation (boomers) should have been criminally charged with child endangerment. And why? listen in.  I’ll open the phones and you will want to comment.

Kathy’s email of last weekend continued to fire up email and online opinion and I want to find out if one week later it still resonates with you as much as it did last Saturday.  Kathy’s email reflected the populist mood which is making itself heard internationally.

The NHL UFA week and the excitement and frustration it brought with it, along with the massive amount of money spent.  Which NHL teams won and which lost?  Michael Traikos, national hockey writer for Postmedia News joins me on the excellent column and assessment of NHL winners and UFA losers he wrote.

The world is mourning the death of Elie Wiesel, the man who reminded us of the depravity of genocidal violence as perpetrated during the Holocaust.  I’ll be speaking with Michael Silverman who worked with Elie Wiesel and was himself engaged with Holocaust education for many years.

And on the issue of the federal court overturning the federal government’s approval of the Northern Gateway pipeline, Joe McFarland, news director for Corus radio’s News Talk 770 in Calgary joins me.

Some of what’s on today’s show.  Please join us.