Episode 223

December 24, 2017

In the opening segment, Todd discusses the ongoing issues with the Phoenix pay system. He talks about the proposed changes the governing New Brunswick Liberals are considering when it comes to annual testing for elderly school bus drivers. He closes the segment by talking about the sentencing of a 38 man who fled the country after killing his wife in 2007.

Michael Blais, president and founder of the Canadian Veterans Advocacy group, is on to talk about the new pension plan for disabled veterans. Spokesperson for the Friends of Canadian Broadcasting Ian Morrison joins us to discuss the recent “Hockey Night in Canada” deal between the CBC and Rogers.

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