The Bill Kelly Show Podcast:
GUEST: John Best, Publisher of The Bay Observer
A controversial organization operating out of a historic Ottawa church has set up what it calls a "private security force," saying it was necessary because police weren't responding to its concerns quickly enough.
The United People of Canada (TUPC) said it has identified people it claims have committed crimes targeting the group, and is prepared to "ensure the rule of law is upheld within our lawful authority," according to William Komer, one of its directors.
GUEST: Phil Gurski, President of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting, Director of the University of Ottawa’s Security program, and former CSIS analyst
For much of the last few years, watching the price of lumber has been painful for anyone working on their home.
Lately though, the cost has come sliding down alongside many other commodities — yet another sign that rampant inflation could be coming to an end or at the very least, offer some reprieve for those struggling with the soaring cost of living.
GUEST: Ian Lee, Associate Professor with the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University
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Canada falls short on promises to Ukraine, Recap of Ont gov’t announcement, Cyber-attacks threat to farming & Canadians have low confidence in Hockey Canada culture change!