With the Nova Scotia election in full swing, Todd begins the week by discussing the electoral machine and how little or no change occurs when everything is said and done. He comments on the protest brought forth by various labour groups in New Brunswick over the Employment Standards Act which exempts QMJHL players from being paid a minimum wage. He reacts to Nova Scotia’s class cap expansion in schools and the addition of 139 new teachers in the system. He discusses U.S. President Donald Trump’s comments when it comes to his first 100 days in office. And ends the segment by mentioning the media reaction to the viral #IamLinda clip that features an interaction between B.C. Liberal leader Christy Clark and a non-supporter.
Leader of the People's Alliance of New Brunswick, Kris Austin, joins us to talk about his party and how he would approach certain provincial portfolios. And Gerald Walsh of Gerald Walsh Associates Inc. is on to discuss how people can maximize their career potential.
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