Auditor General Kim Adair joins guest host Dan Ahlstrand to share her report on how Nova Scotia is not effectively managing its public housing units. At the same time, thousands of people wait for safe, affordable government. Teresa Quilty, Plastic Free Lunenburg, discusses Canada's single-use plastics ban as a 'first step' in waste reduction and what will come next. A Federal politics chat with Don Desserud, Department of Political Science, University of Prince Edward Island. Scott Taylor, Esprit de Corps Magazine, joins Dan to discuss how Canada will spend $40B over 20 years to upgrade NORAD defences amid 'new threats'.
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With Only One Month Until Governments Table Critical Policy Framework for the Agriculture Sector, This Group of Canadian Farmers Has a Plan to Slash Greenhouse Gas Emissions. Dan is joined by Elizabeth Milton, a worker on Abundant Acres Farm in Centre Burlington. Liberal leader Iain Rankin discusses how the Houston Government missed an opportunity to stop Nova Scotia Power's profit grab. Lindell Smith, HRM Councillor, and Chair of the Police Commission, joins Dan to discuss how the Halifax police board takes the first steps in ordering a civilian review of the homeless encampment protest. And Managing Director/Executive Producer at Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo, Scott Long, share what can be expected at this year's International Tattoo!
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