January 15, 2017
Todd starts off the weekend show by discussing the “legacy concept” in the media. He continues by talking about the legacy of departing US President Barack Obama. He applies the legacy concept with Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and ties this in with a discussion about his loss of touch with Canadians. He closes off the segment by commenting on the real loss of touch occurring with the Nova Scotia Teachers Union regarding a recent trip to Hawaii during a self-imposed “work-to-rule” campaign they initiated on Dec. 5.
Veteran journalist Lorrie Goldstein talks to us about Canadian/US politics. TheRebel.media’s founder and political commentator Ezra Levant is on the show to discuss Justin Trudeau’s cross-country town hall tour (among other things).
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December 28, 2016
Todd starts the show by discussing the top stories of 2016 which includes the Donald Trump phenomenon. He ends the segment with a special gift to you the listener.
Talk radio host and political commentator Tasha Kheiriddin is on to discuss the top news stories of 2016. Carleton University Business Professor Ian Lee joins us to talk about his top 5 business stories of 2016.
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December 7, 2016
Todd kicks things off by discussing the second anniversary of the Todd Veinotte Show podcast. He gives his thoughts on the suspension of a Woodstock N.B. high school hockey team following “questionable conduct” after a game. He also talks about the pipeline discussion currently happening across the country. He wraps up the segment by discussing the wealth of Donald Trump’s cabinet and what this means.
New Brunswick NDP leader Dominic Cardy is on to talk about the political process and what fuels his dedication to it.
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