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The Todd Veinotte Show April 28 11am

The Todd Veinotte Show April 28 11am

It's the Open Hour. We take your calls!
The Todd Veinotte Show April 28 10am

The Todd Veinotte Show April 28 10am

Janet Hazelton says she feels optimism, disappointment, and trepidation in reaction to the Houston government's health plan. Mark Agnew talks about new measures to protect the economy from national security threats. Lydia Houck shares Student housing recommendations. Duff Conacherdiscusses Prime Minister Justin Trudeau facing backlash in House over the inquiry into Aga Khan trip.
The Todd Veinotte Show April 27 12pm

The Todd Veinotte Show April 27 12pm

It's the Mid-Week Meltdown. We take your calls!
The Todd Veinotte Show April 27 11am

The Todd Veinotte Show April 27 11am

House Calls with Dr. John Gillis
The Todd Veinotte Show April 27 10am

The Todd Veinotte Show April 27 10am

Michelle Thompson discusses the Nova Scotia government's blueprint for addressing healthcare system woes. Gas Prices with Rory Johnston, managing director and market economist at Price Street Inc. Jason McLean says health unions have mixed emotions about Houston's health plan. Mass Casualty Commission update with Paul Palango.
The Todd Veinotte Show April 26 12pm

The Todd Veinotte Show April 26 12pm

Andrew Tanner opposes logging in the home of critically endangered fish. Dr. Megan Conway talks about Volunteer Week. Gar Pardy discusses Ukraine. Sanjay Agnihotri, Publisher of Canadian Immigrant, discusses the Halifax Canadian Immigrant Fair.
The Todd Veinotte Show April 26 11am

The Todd Veinotte Show April 26 11am

It's the Open Hour. We take your calls!
The Todd Veinotte Show April 26 10am

The Todd Veinotte Show April 26 10am

Elizabeth Smith-McCrossin acusses Nova Scotia Premier Tim Houston of abusive behaviour meant to intimidate opposition members. Justin Cantafio says it has been a challenging two years for farmers’ markets across the province. Lyle Goldberg discusses how existing solar customers will still be able to get credit for excess power they produce. Mayor Wendy Donovan says the Town of Wolfville is looking at installing street cameras around Acadia University after years of complaints.
The Todd Veinotte Show April 25 12pm

The Todd Veinotte Show April 25 12pm

Councillors on the Hot Seat with Iona Stoddard, District 12- Timberlea- Beechville- Clayton Park- Wedgewood and Paul Russell, District 15- Lower Sackville
The Todd Veinotte Show April 25 11am

The Todd Veinotte Show April 25 11am

It's Manic Monday. We take your calls!
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