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Podcast: The Todd Veinotte Show September 8th, 2022

Audio Show - The Todd Veinotte Show

Hour 1:

Don Desserud, UPEI political science professor, joins Todd to talk politics. Vicky Levack, Spokesperson for Disability Rights Coalition of Nova Scotia, discuss how Nova Scotia does not have a precise timeline for phasing out large institutional housing for people with disabilities. Liberal Leader Zach Churchill, discusses how the Houston Government continues to drag their feet on wage increase for ECEs. Thomas Arnason McNeil, Climate Policy Coordinator, Ecology Action Centre, believe Nova Scotia should implement a carbon tax and use the rebate to help those on a low-income bridge the affordability gap. 

Listen to Hour 1 of The Todd Veinotte Show here:

 

Hour 2:

It's the Open Hour. Todd takes your calls 

Listen to Hour 2 of the Todd Veinotte Show here:

 

Hour 3:

Christine Saulnier, Nova Scotia director of the Canadian Centre for Policy Alternatives and author of the report, says 50 per cent of Nova Scotia workers earn less than they need to meet their basic needs. Allison Bodnar, CEO of the Pharmacy Association of Nova Scotia, shares a new campaign to improve patients’ experience at a pharmacy and increase awareness of pharmacy services throughout the province. IWK clinical psychologist Lindsay Uman says back-to-school jitters are normal. For the first time since 2019, the Terry Fox Run will be held in person on Sunday, September 18, 2022! Fred Fox, member of the Fox family and Terry Fox Foundation, Terry’s older brother, join Todd to share all the details!

Listen to Hour 3 of The Todd Veinotte Show here:

 




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About the Author: Vanessa Van De Nes

Vanessa studied Journalism and Radio Performance/ Studio Production at the Nova Scotia Community College and is now the talk show producer at CityNews Halifax 95.7.
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