Right off the bat, Todd addresses Kevin O’Leary’s decision to drop-out of the Conservative leadership race and the effects it may have on Maxime Bernier’s bid. He comments on the awkward “breaking news story” about a woman perched on a crane in downtown Toronto. He reacts to a Prime Minister Justin Trudeau interview where he noted that his father used some legal connections to make some marijuana-related charges disappear for his late brother. He discusses the softwood lumber dispute with the U.S. And wraps-up the segment by commenting on the Toronto Maple Leafs.
Carleton University Business Professor Ian Lee talks to us about U.S. President Donald Trump’s recent trade actions against Canada. Vice-president of the New Brunswick and P.E.I. divisions of the Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters association Joel Richardson is on to talk about the meeting that took place on Wed. April 19, 2017 between WorkSafeNB and various stakeholders in relation to the rate hikes which have been plaguing N.B. employers since early 2017.
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