Shane O'Leary, the president of Amalgamated Transit Union, joins Todd to share the results of a survey its members took on what it's been like to work for the transit authority. William Breckenridge a historian, heritage advocate, and Chair of The Halifax Military Heritage Preservation Society, discusses the deteriorating state of the Point Pleasant Battery site in Point Pleasant Park. Liberal Leader Zach Churchill reacts to Premier Tim Houston's interview with Todd on Friday. PhD candidate at the Balsillie School of International Affairs, Wilfrid Laurier University, and a member of the Canadian Voice of Women for Peace, Tamara Lorincz, says the Defence minister's recent announcement that Canada will purchase the Lockheed Martin F-35 joint strike fighter will be a decision that the federal government will regret.
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Author and former Canadian diplomat Gar Pardy joins Todd to share the latest book, "The Scary World of Nuclear Weapons - Agenda for Elimination." Tiffany Chase, a Halifax Stanfield International Airport spokesperson, discusses how cancelled Sunwing flights from 3 Maritime airports leave customers up in the air. Business builder spotlight with Sandra Pike, The Pike Group – Royal Lepage Atlantic. Raymond Plourde, Senior Wilderness Coordinator, Ecology Action Centre, discusses how a new paradigm for managing Nova Scotia's Crown land is in place after five years of research, planning, and much debate. Dr Jody Carrington, bestselling author, a clinical psychologist with over twenty years of experience, and an in-demand speaker shares her new book, "Feeling Seen: Reconnecting in a Disconnected World."
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