Todd addresses the Manchester terror attack that occurred on Monday May 22, 2017 which killed 22 people including children. He discusses New Brunswick musician Matt Andersen’s decision to go ahead with a concert in Manchester U.K. on Wed. May 24. He reacts to a recent revelation that the price tag for fixing the problematic Phoenix pay system has risen to approximately $402 million. He comments on the new TD call centre that will be opening in Moncton following a corporate welfare handout. He closes the segment by discussing P.K. Subban and his success in Nashville.
Sierra Club Canada Director Gretchen Fitzgerald joins us to discuss Environment Minister Catherine McKenna’s recent statement that “Pollution isn’t free”. Local 107.3 FM station manager Brian Cleveland talks to us about the 2017 Best of Saint John Music Awards.
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