Podcast: The Todd Veinotte Show July 14th, 2022

By Vanessa Van De Nes

Hour 1:

Shane O'Leary, the president of Amalgamated Transit Union, joins Todd to talk about how several Halifax Transit bus trips were cancelled due to staff shortage. Megan Cook, MSVU Valedictorian 2021, shares the app she developed called Studentgizor – an organizational system for first-year post-secondary students, specifically people with learning disabilities. Paul Palango gives an update on the Mass Casualty Commission. Sue Uteck, the executive director of the Spring Garden Area Business Association, said she supports making Spring Garden Road pedestrian-only, as long as deliveries can still be made to businesses before 11 a.m.

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Hour 2:

It's the Open Hour. Todd takes your calls!

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Hour 3:

Dr. Leisha Hawker, President Doctors NS, joins Todd to discuss the record number of Nova Scotians looking for a family doctor. Jason Disano, Canadian Hub for Applied and Social Research at the University of Saskatchewan, Research Director, shares a survey suggesting Canadians' stance on free speech is swayed by their political views. Conservative Leadership chat with Clinton Desveaux, columnist, political commentator, and former Conservative Party staffer. Koleya Karrinten, Executive Director Canadian Blockchain Consortium and one of Canada's leading cryptocurrency and blockchain technology experts, shares the latest on Crypto Currency.

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