The episode starts off with a discussion about U.S. President Donald Trump’s proposed tariffs on steel and aluminum imports. Todd talks about an investigation being conducted by the Nova Scotia’s Department of Natural Resources in relation to a harvest of old-growth trees on crown land. He reacts to a story about the results of a healthy eating audit of N.B. arena canteens. He ends the segment by discussing the industry’s dependence of rail shipments and the impact it has when the system is immobilized.
Tim Houston, MLA for Pictou East in Nova Scotia and PC Party leadership candidate joins us to discuss the steps his province has taken to reforming the education system. And Andrew Holland of the Nature Conservancy of Canada talks about the 2018 Federal Budget and what was included for nature conservancy groups.
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