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"rosemary barton" Discussed on Front Burner

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

07:07 min | 3 months ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on Party Lines

"Potential constitutional crisis. It's GonNa be unprecedented well, actually, not really right because we saw this during the Gore election and all the chaos and far ended up going all the way to the Supreme Court, which is why some people are super concerned that there's GonNa be a majority conservative of Supreme Court at this point the worst case scenario is that this becomes like something where. The American people you know are taking action on their own people are pissed off I. Just don't WanNa see people outside in the streets uninformed about the process and taking out one American Senate say against the other you describe a terrifying scenario, a scenario that I've only ever seen play out in movies I. Mean there have been books and articles that are speculated maybe a full blown civil war and that used to be really dramatic really hyperbolic. But now nothing feels like it's out of the realm of possibility anymore and I don't know how you react to all of this this notion of people sort of taking to the streets in anger at the results of an election. It's not really what you expect from the United State why it's like developing world things right we also had the president say that he would send our military to. Pull site people are upset look at Portland where trump supporters are now feel like they're emboldened to retaliate for people who are peacefully protesting, and sadly the president is actually encouraging things like this. When protests I started, it was the president said, well, you know tonight, liberals are protesting, but it'll be Maggie nights tomorrow. So I don't I. Don't see that getting any better coming out of the administration or just the President I should say, can I just say the one remarkable thing has been the amount of confusion that has gone into this election whether it's In ballots or the Republicans fighting several court battles for for bunch of states trying to expand their options for voting there is it appears to be. Assertive Elaborate campaign that has various prongs of confusing voters and back in August. The president of the end of lease EP warned about this. He said all their actions indicate that they will do all. They can't prevent people from voting. The said I I think stealing the election is a possibility suppressing the vote is an absolute and misleading voters is a part of their strategy how successful has strategy been? Let's talk about. The whole naked ballot situation right. So basically, there are sixteen states still require voters to put their ballot inside two envelopes, one to conceal how you voted and just a general. That act that actually goes in the mail. So your board of elections. So what happened in Pennsylvania recently caught rule that if you do not mail that ballot and the secrecy envelope, your ballot can be thrown out. The problem with that is as early as June when they had their primary that wasn't the rule so you can understand why that would be confusing and why people would say That that is a form of voter suppression because it's very confusing. That's just one way. Obviously because of the corona virus laws are changing all the time or rules are changing inside a specific election districts or states as to what they're supposed to do. I don't think people are very aware of how things are changing and. Even when it comes to voting a polling site, so there's going to be a lot of confusion sadly, and yeah, I can understand why the end up as if he would be concerned you, you've been talking to voters what are what are you hearing from the average person about mailing voting like are they? Are they buying trump's comments? Are they freaked out about it? Yeah. So at first I, thought it was kind of just like this dog whistle thing, but it's totally like specifically to Republicans that that they should get out to. To the polling sites and After like talking to people especially in Pennsylvania, everyone is spooked. Democrats are saying, no, I'm not going to. He's not GonNa Cheat me. I'M GONNA, make sure I go into the polling site Republicans are like well, if you can come to Walmart, you can go to a polling site. We've been voting that way. Why are we going to change the system now? Totally just like not recognizing the whole corona virus thing so People are spooked. While I do think there's going to be a lot of mailing votes. And also, what I think is. Very under-reported think there's GonNa be a lot of long lines and people are going to play the polling sites just because he's been stoking fear consistently about mail in voting people are very confused. They don't know who to believe at this point and they're going to head to the polls. I'm just going to wrap this up by saying that I've seen a noticeable shift in Democrat. Messaging. Couple of weeks. From educated people mailing voting to say no, no, no, we need you out in the polls and I think it's a reflection of trying to counteract that Republican strategy of just making voting is confusing as possible. So Democrats present you know what what you need to do is figure out a way to get to your polling station. So it really is GonNa come down to the old fashioned get out the vote even in the middle of a pandemic. Which is a bit scary like I of course, I spoke to a seventy five year old man who just had knee surgery a couple of months ago and you know what he said he was so excited that they could do Malin voting this year. A week. Later he was like, yeah but I don't know because people are worried I'm just GONNA stand online. So this man with knee surgery is probably gonNA spend hours outside of his local polling site. So there we have it that that's what our election is mounting to. It was stressful but also really nice talking to you. Thank you for your insights and thank you so much for doing this. Thank you. Thank you for having me. This was great I. Hope People have a better understanding about what's going on over here. I certainly hope that they do. That's it. That's it. For this week from CBS News and CBC Podcast I'm your host, Alameda mood, the cultural writer for bus we news, and you can find me on twitter at Ella mediate. 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"rosemary barton" Discussed on The Current

The Current

07:49 min | 8 months ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on The Current

"Household after household. Canadians are losing their jobs. Store Servers Housecleaners. A million people in the month of March a record loss for this country a milestone quickly followed by another two million in April Julie. Johnson is a personal trainer and mother of five. She's been out of work sense March and she is in Ottawa. Julie Good Morning. Good morning couple of months into this. How are you making ends? Meet these days Well I'm receiving cues which is pretty helpful and then I've got A. Fortunately I have some savings. That was kind of geared for my retirement. But I'm I'm having to dip into that every so often. What does that like? How are you coping? I'm just going day by day. It's it's better than it was. It's I think at the beginning of was just shock and everything was surreal. Now it's kind of this is the way it is and we sit tight and hope for the best kind of the way it feels. Isn't it like this is the way it is that? Initially it was everything. Was CHANGING MINUTE BY MINUTE? An hour just in this. It's now it's just the way life is and we just dream of it going back to normal again. Who's living with you at your place right now. I have five kids and then I've got One of my daughter's boyfriend who's a boyfriend her boyfriend. He's an international student and is literally alone so he's come to live with us as well. That's a full house. It's a lot of what is in that full house. Your biggest expense right now One hundred percent my groceries. My Grocery Bill is through the roof. What isn't hate to ask about money? I'm sorry could ask how much it costs to pay for groceries I actually go to the grocery store every six days because I don't like to go more than once a week And I'm spending about four hundred and fifty dollars. Wow that's a lot. Yeah when you were first laid off from your job what went through your mind. Did you ever imagined that something like this could happen? No I've worked. I think started working when I was fourteen. I've always worked. I never thought if I ever left a job because I left the job. Not because all of a sudden we aren't allowed to work so it was everything. Went through my. I'm very good with my finances. I'm very careful which is why I have a savings. But that's a panic. I had these mouths to feed. I have a mortgage to pay. Oh my God. How quickly did it happen? I mean what sort of warning did you get? You're going Jim. So what's running? We sort of felt the writing was on the wall. We just were waiting for the final decision to come down So basically we were told on. I think we were told on Sunday. And Sh I was the trainers done on Monday. I'm a manager so I was done on the Wednesday. What do you remember the Thursday I literally sat in front of my computer watching the news list. Just listening. What is what is happening. Everything was very I sort of feel like I was in a different world. I watched what was going on around me but I was kind of displaced from that. It was very Everything in your mind is just what is happening. What is going to happen? How do you start? You said you're you're good with money. You have savings. How do you start in those days after to prioritize to figure out what can go what is a nice to have and what is a must? Have I actually started that day. I was on the phone with bell reducing my my services. I was reducing. My Insurance Everything that I could cut costs I I think I jumped on it. Starting a I I don't live a very fancy life so there's not a lot we can give up so I just looked at what I had. I know what my monthly bills are and I just thought okay. I'm good for the next few months. I was really panicked with Just having received if I was just going to receive the syrup. That's that's five hundred dollars a week and my grocery bill is four hundred fifty. That's not gonNA cut at the. The QS program kicked in for our company. So that's that's been a help. So you're they've hired number people back. Yes yes. So we're getting seventy five percent of our income versus fifty five. And how much runways that going to give you. You said the felt he'd be good for a couple of months but what is what does that look like in the. Nobody knows how long this is going to last so in the long term if I could put it that way no I. I'm good till in my mind. I'm good until about July. I think and then then I think panic mode will start your pretty rational terms of the way you talking about this. Have you started at a? Have you started to think about what the next steps are? I've started I sort of have a plan B but I want to go back to work and I want to go back to the job that I have because I love it so and it supports my family but if that's not going to be possible I've I've got to start looking at something else not work. I can't live on I and I don't mean to put it down with the government is doing is terrific and it's allowing us to survive. I can't live on that for not with a number of kids and university bound. Maybe it's not it's not feasible. Have you started to think about what it would be like to go back to work? I mean you work in a gym your personal trainer you one of those people that the people want to see. They want to get back to the Jim. They want you to tell them what to do and to make them sweat have you. Have you thought about what that would look like Yes I'm actually in touch with my clients probably once a week or every other week We the company the gym that I work for has a plan for return to work with a spacing and controlling the numbers but Being a trainer I'm very hands on so I'm not sure how we're going to. It's not like we breathe in each other's faces but it's still I have one client who reached out to me the other day all excited 'cause she bought him ask for when we get back to the JIM so I don't know it's going to be a completely different world. What do you do in this? What are you doing to to stay? Calm to stay sane if I can put it that way. We're all being batted around by this It feels like well. What are you doing to to keep yourself level Honestly it's I'm a trainer so I'm exercising and I'm doing it outside. I find I'm lucky because at least I have my kids at home so I have a bit of a social connection but I'm going out for runs and making sure I'm running on busy roads so that I can see that life is still happening around me. But it's every single day. I'm I'm doing exercise. I watch Rosemary Barton every day at eleven o'clock just to keep on top of what's going on but it's mostly the exercise and being outside. That's just helping US get through it. These are awkward questions and I really appreciate you talking about. It's important because What's happening is is happening to people like yourself all across the country. Julie Thank You. Thanks for having me. I wish you the best and take care Julie. Johnson has a personal trainer and mother of five we reached her this morning in Ottawa. Lor mcnutt has a small business owner in Halifax. She's cashed out her retirement savings to try to stay afloat. She's the owner of kings pure curated collections. It's a vintage clothing shop. Laura.

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:37 min | 10 months ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"Got poor lung function he's got COPD and a number of other illnesses that make him quite frail even brought into the hospital because he needed extra supportive care so supplemental oxygen to help keep him stable and keep him well To until he could recover from Kobe. Nineteen there is no cure for Kobe. Nineteen the reason I was called was he was worsening he was getting sicker. If you wasn't on a ventilator it wasn't clear whether he would survive are not now I want to be clear being on a ventilator is not a cure for cove nineteen either so I- geared up went into intimate him on life and as we spoke as I got his consent. He realized that there was a good chance. As a high chance that he would end up passing away he would end up dying on the ventilator in that is not how he wanted to go that was not how he saw. All of this playing out. So you you sat with him for a little while yes he turned to me and said if I go if I die from this I would rather die looking at the Sky I would rather die talking to my family and so I sat with him and we looked at the sky and it was a beautiful sunny. It was a beautiful sunny day and we talked about his family and he put his family on the phone so that I could talk to them too and like I said yesterday was a hard day time with him was probably the most peaceful moment that I had and did he end up going on the ventilator or he decided he just didn't want to go down that road at all no. He told me he wants to. I went back to see him again this morning. He's sicker this morning and we talked again and he still understands all of the risks. He made an informed decision. He realizes that he's had a really good life. He realizes that he's very seriously ill. He knows that he could pass away from this but he wants to go out on his own terms. So how are you doing in the midst of this? I hear the kids in the background. I know you're putting yourself at risk every day. How are you doing how how? How worried are you about your own health and your kids? I'm scared. I read an article today about physician. Who had urged his country to provide proper P personal protective equipment for frontline healthcare workers. And he pasta way so I know that the work I do it is incredibly important. I love it. I love being a doctor. There's no doubt about that. I have never understood this more clearly. That in these days. But I'm scared. I'm scared because I'm afraid of catching the disease. I'm afraid of passing it on to my more vulnerable patients and I'm afraid of being one of those statistics that Haass's away I I am afraid and my kids. They feel it to a couple of days ago. My six year old turned to me and hugged the inset. Please don't die and that was really hard talking to him in making understand that I'm young and healthy. Probably going to be fine when he was like. You talked about other people who were young and healthy. Who passed away and I had no answer for that. Solid was hugged him. That's Georgetown. Dr Nadia Allom. Speaking with the CBS's Rosemary Barton.

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

03:58 min | 11 months ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on Party Lines

"Favorite podcasts. This is a CBC podcast. Hey I'm elamine Abdul my mood and I am not Rosemary Barton. But I'm sitting in a chair I'm Katherine Colin and I'm filling in for Rosie this week. This is party lines. This is the show where every week we do. The thing that you love so much which is take you through the big stories in Canadian politics and this week it is go time. We have got the official pool of candidates for the Conservative Party leadership race. You sound more excited about it seconds. After months of trying to figure out who's going to be in WHO's going to be out. Now there's no one going to be in. A deadline has finally passed. You finally know which eight people are in. We are going to find out a little bit more about who these people are and see if this group of candidates can give us a clear picture of where the Conservative Party stands these days. There is a lot of steak. There's a lot to talk about. Let us get into it. Let's do it so caffeine. We cannot just set the table a little bit here. We're in the middle of a race for leadership of the Conservative Party under what you might reasonably consider unusual circumstances. Andrew Scheer became leader in two thousand seventeen and he managed to actually increase his. Party's fortunes the twenty nineteen election And he held Justin Trudeau to a minority. It's usually under normal circumstances. You get another CEJKA cannon. This kind of thing you get another election have another go at it. Slapped in the back of the head basically immediately after the election there were knives. That for Andrew here already questions about his ability questions about His week answers when it comes to same sex marriage or abortion And then there was a big thing. Which is that The story came out. The Global Mail reported that He used party funds to send his kids to private school so right to help pay for some of their Their fees right and as all of this is coming to light. That is the moment that he is standing up in the House of Commons. And saying he is going to resign as party leader. I'm on paper. This has got to be like the biggest opportunity for some conservatives waiting in the wing. Trudeau is chasing. He's been sent a tough message by by the West by by specifically by burdens. Catch one so the Conservatives could theoretically elect a strong leader and then that leader be the person to deliver the knockout blow to Trudeau however that is not what we saw happen. Is it like one by one? Every big name you can think of. No thank you Ron Ambrose starry Sharon. Yes even peer Paulie of walking away who everybody thought for. Sure you'd be in John. Baird is not in every big name except for one. Which is Peter Mckay? And that's how we ended up here. Where is here well? I think we're in a race where there is clearly a friend runner. You're talking about big names. Yes Peterman Hey I think a lot of people you WANNA look at public polling numbers. Whatever they are a lot of folks are saying. This is the guy who is the front runner. I don't know that anybody really contested. Now why is he the front runner? Well for one thing. He actually helped found the Conservative Party of Canada. Take a look at your history books kids you will find. This was the leader of the Progressive Conservatives. Back in the day he actually helped merge them with the Canadian Alliance. Stephen Harper took over this new party the Conservative Party of Canada. And all this time Peter. Mckay has been waiting. He has been a loyal person at Steven Harper side. He was the justice minister. The Foreign Affairs Minister the National Defense Minister all the big portfolios. He has been waiting for this day now. Just might be his moment now. He's His his one of eight people In the race. And because I I love crude analogies Catherine this is this is a race of This is a race with beyond say and Kelly Michelle a lot of bottom shelf..

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"It was a perfectly executed crime. And less sweeney would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for her meddling conscience in fact she did get away with it for fifty five years but the large stoneware. Stein she filched from a famous Munich. Beer Hall all those years ago was not large enough to contain her guilt which grew in volume with each passing year until it bubbled over and spilled into action and at the age of seventy three. Celeste Sweeney turned herself in sort of she really just wanted to turn in the Stein but descended by male from Maryland. She had to provide her name and address. She even paid one hundred dollars to ensure it Ms Weenie also sent along a note to the Hoffbrau House it read. I took this Beer Stein from your establishment the summer of nineteen sixty five when I was young. Reckless and inconsiderate. I am sorry. She probably didn't expect to be punished but she also didn't expect to be praised. We are thrilled about it. The Beer Hall declared on facebook and it promised to send miss any new Stein. Along with three beer tokens for next visit while warning other patrons. Don't get any ideas. You won't get a similar parcel in the post well. This entire saga brought to mind the story from last summer when someone left a bag outside of Perkins Restaurant in Lacey New Jersey. It contained bottles of Ketchup pilfered from the diner and a note which owner Maria deleo read to as it happens guest host Rosemary Barton okay to steer Lacy Perkins a few weeks ago. I had taken one of your bottles of catch up off the table for some odd reason. I thought it would be risky. I am a square as they come. And this is the worst thing. I've done well a few hours later. Someone crashed into my car. And since then my lock and life has been. I hope returning the tuna bottles will restore some for me and I can stop carrying around. We'll just kills again. I am sorry for anything inconvenience you for from an awful person. So it's just let me back up so they. They took a bottle of ketchup from your restaurant. We'll catch up like a couple of weeks ago. Did you notice that was missing absolutely not I have sixty tables in here and maybe the girl might have just thought it was empty and And they might have thought they throw it out during a shift and did it because someone had crashed into their car. Jesse just had set ever. Since she took that that she's had bad bad luck and bad. Calmer okay and then you decided to post it to facebook. I posted on facebook and like my local lacy chatter. 'cause I figured Oh she has to be from Lacey. My restaurants only. What makes you think it's a she be at the way? The handwriting is definitely girl. Boy Doesn't right this nice detective. What have you been able to find out about her? Absolutely nothing I don't even know who she is and when she signed off where swimming. It's a girl giving your handwriting analysis when she signed off an awful person. Did you think to yourself yes you are? What did you think now? I didn't think that at all. I'm saying this is definitely a kid who definitely I mean. Let's be for real if you only. This is the worst thing you did and you were ready. Driving a car is stealing a ketchup bottle. You're in good shape. Chicago's interesting come Home Really I. My Dad does that too. What are you going to do with the letter? I actually delayed is framed and the to catch up bottles sitting on my table here on Perkins a little together as a piece attribute if you will trivia it's a crazy tail but man. You're a good sport no problem. I promise I will never steal splendor at your restaurant if I come. I want to hold you to cameras. And now from our archives. That was Maria deleo. Speaking with as it happens guest host Rosemary Barton last August..

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

04:04 min | 11 months ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"It was a perfectly executed crime. And less sweeney would have gotten away with it too if it weren't for her meddling conscience in fact she did get away with it for fifty five years but the large stoneware. Stein she filched from a famous Munich. Beer Hall all those years ago was not large enough to contain her guilt which grew in volume with each passing year until it bubbled over and spilled into action and at the age of seventy three. Celeste Sweeney turned herself in sort of she really just wanted to turn in the Stein but descended by male from Maryland. She had to provide her name and address. She even paid one hundred dollars to ensure it Ms Weenie also sent along a note to the Hoffbrau House it read. I took this Beer Stein from your establishment the summer of nineteen sixty five when I was young. Reckless and inconsiderate. I am sorry. She probably didn't expect to be punished but she also didn't expect to be praised. We are thrilled about it. The Beer Hall declared on facebook and it promised to send miss any new Stein. Along with three beer tokens for next visit while warning other patrons. Don't get any ideas. You won't get a similar parcel in the post well. This entire saga brought to mind the story from last summer when someone left a bag outside of Perkins Restaurant in Lacey New Jersey. It contained bottles of Ketchup pilfered from the diner and a note which owner Maria deleo read to as it happens guest host Rosemary Barton okay to steer Lacy Perkins a few weeks ago. I had taken one of your bottles of catch up off the table for some odd reason. I thought it would be risky. I am a square as they come. And this is the worst thing. I've done well a few hours later. Someone crashed into my car. And since then my lock and life has been. I hope returning the tuna bottles will restore some for me and I can stop carrying around. We'll just kills again. I am sorry for anything inconvenience you for from an awful person. So it's just let me back up so they. They took a bottle of ketchup from your restaurant. We'll catch up like a couple of weeks ago. Did you notice that was missing absolutely not I have sixty tables in here and maybe the girl might have just thought it was empty and And they might have thought they throw it out during a shift and did it because someone had crashed into their car. Jesse just had set ever. Since she took that that she's had bad bad luck and bad. Calmer okay and then you decided to post it to facebook. I posted on facebook and like my local lacy chatter. 'cause I figured Oh she has to be from Lacey. My restaurants only. What makes you think it's a she be at the way? The handwriting is definitely girl. Boy Doesn't right this nice detective. What have you been able to find out about her? Absolutely nothing I don't even know who she is and when she signed off where swimming. It's a girl giving your handwriting analysis when she signed off an awful person. Did you think to yourself yes you are? What did you think now? I didn't think that at all. I'm saying this is definitely a kid who definitely I mean. Let's be for real if you only. This is the worst thing you did and you were ready. Driving a car is stealing a ketchup bottle. You're in good shape. Chicago's interesting come Home Really I. My Dad does that too. What are you going to do with the letter? I actually delayed is framed and the to catch up bottles sitting on my table here on Perkins a little together as a piece attribute if you will trivia it's a crazy tail but man. You're a good sport no problem. I promise I will never steal splendor at your restaurant if I come. I want to hold you to cameras. And now from our archives. That was Maria deleo. Speaking with as it happens guest host Rosemary Barton last August..

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on The Current

The Current

08:42 min | 11 months ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on The Current

"Resolve it peacefully. And we've been supporting the efforts of the police. Ultimately they still have the the jurisdictional responsibility to enforce that injunction. And bring those barricades down. Everybody's been working hard to do that. Peaceably as possible. I think the the the steps taken by the RCMP. Today's ago are very significant and do create a set of circumstances that allow for peaceful resolution of this matter. But if the barricades need if the barricades don't come down what will you do? Well I think we will always consider the first of all our commitment to reconciliation and to address the underlying concerns and injustices that need to be addressed in that agenda will remain. We'll continue our commitment to continue to work on those those issues but we have tried very hard over the past two weeks to bring about the conditions that will allow for a peaceful resolution of these blockages ultimately if if that fails that the police have other resources available to them at their options in the use of of of of their legal authorities to remove those barricades I understand that the police have been you know. Patient and working hard themselves to try to resolve this peaceably. Will you send a deadline? If for the the barricades to be removed and I will tell you the urgency of getting this done. I'm strongly of the belief this needs to happen quickly and and and I believe barricades should come down. So why would you so? Would you set a deadline for the barricades to be down? The difficulty of setting deadlines is is is deadlines. Aren't necessarily how help wanted in a in a negotiation. I think everyone who is involved in this discussion has to understand that. There is an urgency to a peaceful resolution but it has to happen very quickly. The impact of these packages unacceptable Canadians. It's impacting innocent cages across the country. And it needs to inform both sides discussions. We understand that. Some of the many of the concerns that have been raised by the people of. What's The wet end on the blockades? We've tried in. I think the PF demonstrated a very professional approach to helping to resolve the issues in dispute but there is an urgency to to to resolving this as quickly as possible and the remaining case are unacceptable and need to come down and the remaining seconds that we have people outside of Edmonton showed up in pickup trucks and brought the Bra blockades down themselves. Are you concerned that there will be more of that sort of activity? I'm always concerned about an escalating tension and confrontation at at these sites and again. I know the goal of the police and certainly the goal of our government is to bring this about bring about a peaceful resolution of of this dispute to end those blockades to get the trains moving again and then to continuing our commitment to work with indigenous communities to address issues of reconciliation. That's the way we're committed to all of those things and mostly we're committed to a peaceful resolution of this matter but we've got to get those trains moving. Canadians are depending on bill. Blair good to speak with you. Thank you bill Blair. Administer public safety and emergency preparedness Rosemary. Barton the one Saturday morning in June. Nineteen ninety nine. Fifteen Year Olds Menia. Non Devel- disappeared in never came home. No one has ever been charged with her murder but there was a suspect never command like him. I'm Michelle Shepherd this season on uncover. I don't recall making that Com. That's fine if you don't recall it but I'm telling you that's what you told me. Uncover Sherman available now wherever you get your podcast. Abc's chief political correspondent. She's been listening in Rosemead wanting to you. What do you make of what you just heard from? Bill Blair the public safety minister a couple of things. Strike me there. I think there was a small shift in language. Both from Minister Blair and from other ministers that we've been hearing for from over the past twelve hours or so when he said the time has come for the barricades to come down That's a very different kind of statement than what we were hearing much earlier this week which was really just a call for patients although that that continues and and it seems to me that that shift in language we should probably read that as to your point of is there a deadline as as we are coming to the end of what the government has a deadline because they certainly have one minister. Miller has said that and others. They're not going to talk about it publicly because to to Minister Blair's point. That probably won't help negotiations but they certainly know that we are in the last days of this in terms of trying to talk it through what that means in terms of how the actually solve it. I'm not sure but I would say that they that they know that this is coming to ahead. Is that happening now because the RCMP has offered to withdraw from territory. Yeah I mean I think that was a significant move. The government sees it as such and now they hope that the wet Sowetan see it as such and more importantly frankly that the Mohawk community sees it that way you know that that has become sort of the flashpoint and obviously the biggest issue the blockade that has to come down right away. It's clear that the issues around what's happening on the wet. Sowetan territory are not going to solved this week or next week. These are much longer bigger longstanding issues so the priority for the government is to get the blockade down if they can or if they feel that if they can suggest that they have complied or answered one of the Web's weapons demands or conditions There's a hope that the Mohawk will see that and that they will be able to then pull away the Wetzel wet. And there's a few of those chiefs there today. They're meeting with the Mohawks near my last night and this meeting. I mean although all sides are saying it's really just a meaning of to give. Thanks I think the hope is that it's much more than that that that becomes a way for the two sides these two first nations to discuss how to deescalate this and for the Mohawks to say we've done. We've done a good job raising awareness and now we can let this go. That would be hope. I think one of the reasons why there might be that change in tone is because the prime minister is facing heat from premiers and territorial leaders over how he's handled this. There was a conference call last night. How did that go yeah so he? He spoke with him last night after they all convened the day before and expressed a lot of frustration. Some coming from quarters that you would expect people that don't love the Prime Minister Anyway. But the premiums and the premiums Berta last night's call from what we understand went fine. I would say but that the premier's did again talk about running out of patience and I would say one premier in particular has become problematic. And that's that's the premier of Quebec Hospital. Go who yesterday not only wanted that injunction to happen. Those injunctions were issued in Ceylon Bio to get the blockade. Remove there but made it very clear that he's quite happy for the police for the Celtics Quebec to come in and enforce that injunction. Let's have a listen. Well let's have listen. Here's what I said yesterday about. What's going on along Montreal south shore? We hope to have a peaceful solution but right now this blockade is illegal. It as a major impact on our economy on life of people Right now some people are losing their job. So it's about time. We have a plan to make sure that the laws are respected. Rosemary Barton how does that complicate? What the Prime Minister and government are trying to do. Well I mean it's the exact thing that everyone else is trying to avoid and I. It's a curious position from premier in a province. That is all too familiar with blockades and injunctions and calling the police and things going wrong happened in one thousand nine hundred for seventy eight days and police officer was killed. So it's a little curious that the premier seems so quick to go to that solution particularly given that blockade has not even been very long. I think I don't think there's any one. Certainly no one that I've spoken to that thinks that escalation will result in something good there too many historical examples of how these things have sort of spun out of. Control that said everyone is aware of the The real impact starting to be felt whether it be the layoffs or the people who can't get products and goods and the fact that this is probably going on a little too long that said I don't. I don't think.

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

Sandy and Nora talk politics

13:12 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on Sandy and Nora talk politics

"Just like it's it's just so it's like let's just throw everything to the wall and see what sticks and but the other thing that they've done is they've created these new materials you've seen this but they've created these new materials that were they've they're talking about their stance on on migration and so now the liberals have added to materials that that they're gonNA stop asylum seekers who come in the wrong way like who are like you know. They're adopting the language that the Conservatives have always talked about you know people jumping the queue or or like getting into Canada the wrong ways and other liberals have adopted that language. They're they're very much like we need to go after conservative voters. And it's like yeah. I know we all noticed that sheer tanked in the debates. Like he's obviously a shitty politician. Like Wow oh wow. What a rhetoric shifty? 'cause like what is this guy known for like if nothing else the lie that Canada is like super welcoming of refugees and welcome to all the refugees since trump said No more to people from these particular countries. which if you're not a regular listen to listen to our podcast talked about how that's not true and how that a false narrative that's not what the liberal government did and in fact had one the largest detentions of of of migrants during his his term When a lot of Haitians were coming up? Threw Rocks Rawson Ruxton road but that that that narrative has foolish shifted. Now now. They're talking about making sure that people are not not jumping cues or or like the the non existent cue that conservatives often talking about which is another funny little reminder of how the rhetoric of the Liberal Party does not match what they do because they will match. We'll we'll probably in the last three years their immigration policy. I mean if you look. At the number of Syrian refugees that came to Canada a a majority came from private sponsorships which the government has nothing to do with. And if anyone in the room is involved with private sponsorship you know how difficult and how stressful that process really is and they. They decreased the number of refugees that Canada will accept. They went back to the targets that that were created by Steven Harper and they want to strengthen the third party agreement the third country safe third country agreement with the United States where anybody coming from United States is just not allowed in Canada period whereas right now if you cross into Canada outside of a port of entry year at least processed and so I think the the the the the rhetoric which we're living in we're swimming in it and what we see on the day to day and this goes from the question of immigration refugees. He's from cost of living from the environment. It doesn't match up and we're told to like believe something that we can feel is not true. You and I like a lot of people call gas lighting. I guess I mean saying. I have some critiques around. The word about how it's used because it's always used and it could be just being lies. Lies is a good word are too but but it is. It actually is intended to make us question our cognitive abilities or experiences experiences. The experience of our friends the experience of our family. And when you when you generalize that across the whole country it creates a really Lee sick culture of people not understanding why the lies just won't stop because they don't match up with my actual personal experience and then depending on who you are the lies dough match with your experience either in a major way or in perhaps different kinds of minor ways. But this is what's causing. I think a lot the cynicism around electoral politics because we can't trust anybody. It's not worth voting. Voting is boring. It's not GonNa change anything thing I mean. I mean that's all true. I'm happy to actually defend those lines but But we have to vote. I hope you vote. If you haven't voted already. They say that or else people will be like the but but how do we Canadians take back our political system from the hands of these parties that have just been. I mean controlling Canada since Canada was founded like the same party founded Canada. In all of its flaws I mean today in the Global Mail. Does anyone read. Go Mail in this room. You don't be don't be shy. Okay I read the Globe and Mail even though I should Okay so in their opinion section today listeners. No one raised their hands today. There was an article from a woman who was like okay and this is election weekend which time elections let me tell you a story about the grandmothers confederation. I'm like I'm there. And the like the Grandmothers Confederation where the wives lives and the daughters of the grandfathers of Jenner and it was like well the daughters would not be the granddaughters and so it just talks about like all this women. I'm in went to Quebec City for the second conference after Charlottetown to create Canada. I'm like okay. I live in Quebec City. That's cool and and Blah Blah Blah and Blah Blah Blah and therefore go and vote. And so is this. This construction like women have always been there and therefore we should vote right as if it's like what that's not an argument. That's the national national newspaper two weeks before an election. The they had wives everybody. We should vote. That's the message coming from our newspaper. A record right and they're not gonNA publish. My Shit has because they've took you telling me no so how do how do we shake shake them enough to be like a good. Yeah and so trying to try to find a citizen citizen power again. What is citizen power? Look like in an era where volunteerism is impossible. Because we're working timmy. Jobs where we're actually disconnected from each other more than we'd ever have been and where we think that social media is going to be the thing that saves us in terms of revolutionary organizing or even just organizing to confront a politician and even just is like sifting through the quagmire of what the politicians are saying is kind of getting more and more difficult than ours like talking about the media like this is what sparked this in my mind. It's like you know. Has Anybody seen the analysis that we just talked about with respect to the shift from the liberals like have you read it in the Toronto Star. Have you read it in the Globe and Mail. Have you seen it talked about. And I don't know the Huffington Post Canada or something. No Mcclain's like no. How do you shifts sift left through all of this? If the very places that we are meant to go in like the public sphere to get not even the CBC great not even our public broadcaster to get through this stuff isn't isn't doing the analysis for us come to our podcast. But I mean you shouldn't have to. You should be able to get it from our our mainstream media sources and another thing happened this week take from the media generally maybe even talks about this beforehand. We never talked about our podcasts. Before we start talking just Zeno none of this is planned. Rosemary Barton Oh yes that's what I'm talking about okay. So has heard about this. Okay Nora Tele weapon so there's been a couple of things and so I might get it wrong but my favorite thing and I thought that this was just so illustrative of where the is in with with election Coverage and so we are out of the polls say that we are out of majority territory for the Conservatives in for the Liberals which I actually am like super excited by me. I think that's chaotic. Good I am down with that. And and so you know the putting out there like they're kind of feelers to say this this is a non starter. You must have this as part of your plan for us to work with you. You cannot have this sort of your your plan for us to work with you right kind of doing the the negotiations before we're in a minority situation government which is great which is great which is how are terribly terribly. Flawed system is supposed to sometimes work. And so you know the Liberals are one party that the that the very Mir certainly only walk to work with right. And it's like obviously and so Singh was like yeah I'll probably work with the liberals under some conditions and Rosemary. Barton's Lake Nick. Jagmeet Singh is a hypocrite because he will work with a party that has bought a pipeline as if like if he became the prime minister he would be the defacto owner of a pipeline right. And those actually. It was a headline. It was a headline an online news. Thing it was like Jagmeet Singh zing promises to work with leader who bought pipeline or it was like it was ridiculous. It was like what that's not what I was talking about. But that was that's a really like illustrative of of the kind of thing that I'm talking about in net like. What is that supposed to tell us? What does that headline tell us? which is that analysis? Tell us it's.

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on Party Lines

Party Lines

10:06 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on Party Lines

"One of the things that can change an election that can define an election that can turn an election is when the leaders have to face off in the debate so i. WanNa talk about debates and how they change elections or do they change elections. I'll give you an example from the last election so so the last election silly long eleven weeks and we managed to have five debates about everything right that is not what's happening this time round. We are recording this. The day of the first debate were just intruder will appear the french-language debate on Via and we are recording this before obviously next week's two debates with the English and the French one. I should say I'm one of the moderators of that English debate. I'm not telling you what my questions are. What is the benefit it'd be hosting the show. There are fewer debates which means that there are fewer opportunities to to to see into evaluate things but in the last election there were or five of them and you might remember that people said Justin Trudeau just has to show up with pants on comes on stage with his pants on he'll probably exceed expectations but the lowering of but he also took moments to paint a stark picture of what he was about versus what Stephen Harper was about so Stephen Even Harper the conservative leader obviously and the Prime Minister and Justin Trudeau faced off around a piece of legislation that conservatives put in place called see twenty four and essentially allowed allowed the government to strip a dual national of their Canadian citizenship. If they had done something bad or they had done something wrong and the idea was that it created different tiers of Canadians because you could treat one one way and another Canadian is a Canadian you devalue. Do you devalue the citizenship of every Canadian dramatic moment because last election was not just about change but it was also about values news and that was one one moment where you saw what was on offer the two different things very starkly on that issue and I I'm not saying won the election action right. I don't know that any debate could do that but I think it was. a key moment for him. I appreciate you saying that. It didn't him the election. The reason for that is because not that many people watch the debates. I would really hate to say that in the company of a debate moderator so please ignore it will be the exception exception yes millions of Canadians coast to coast to coast but right so debates themselves are not that widely watched they never have been they've largely been the purview of this kind of crowd on the crowd who follows the minutiae of politics however the narratives that form after the EH so the way that the media is covering the debates and being really significant so in in that sense the baser really dangerous territory for incumbents because they have everything to lose and really nothing to gain. It's like if you show up an answer. The questions correctly congratulations. You're the prime minister. It's a little bit your job whereas if if you are Jagmeet Singh if you're into sheer of your Elizabeth may you have quite a bit Monday. Oh of course you have quite a bit to gain from this this moment because people may not be necessarily familiar with you as a person or have a hard time people are not familiar with Elizabeth may she's been leaders in two thousand six but certainly for Andrew Scheer relatively newly same as Jagmeet Singh and Maxime Bernier. There's there's a lot to be gained here. There is is because while it doesn't win elections. It does shape perceptions which is what you're talking about and the next day the punditry of the land weigh in on whether there was that knockout punch and there really isn't on our weather someone outperformed someone else or someone you know had had disastrous performance and that does get sort of own a loop on social feeds podcasts TV and that's where people start to see it and then something sort of starts to change in their mind. I think that's the potential risk or benefit certainly the moment in twenty seven election when Michael Ignatieff went into the debates the the conservatives tried to paint him as a sort of like intellectual at touch dude and the debates kind of proved that point or at least as a narrative around them to release had yeah he speaks in in this realm that doesn't really exist like for if you're going to promote it abroad as we should. You've you've got the respected at home your man who will shut down anything you cannot control. That's the core of your vision of government and it's inimical hostile a to the values of democracy on which this country has mystic knight if this is simply not true Canada's one of the most are there any famous debating knock on movies. You WanNa talk well so you were the one that wanted me to it but it is the one that everybody talks about from nineteen eighty four so I was eight and you was not born. I was negative negative so we did have to go and rewatch it because we're not gonNA pretend we were watching it at the time so in nineteen eighty that moment in nineteen eighty-four John Turner Liberal leader Brian Rooney the Progressive Conservative leader who would come go on to become prime minister had that that clash over those patronage appointments and that one line has really become I catch phrase's and even for people who were apparently you had an option sir to say no and you chose to say yes the old attitudes and the old stories of the Liberal Party that Sir if I may say respectfully that is not good enough for Canadian. I had no option. I was able people do point to that moment as a moment that changed the election pretty radically and they make fun of it but I actually actually have a Gif of that on my phone that I use quite often really. I'm one of those people oh man. I think you might be more political minded than I am. I don't possible so justin. Trudeau clearly is the incumbent and maybe has the most to lose because he has to defend a record. Where do you think how do you think the others are going into. Let's take the french-language out of it because not then becomes a whole conversation about who speaks French better but let's. Let's take the french-language debate out of. How do you think they're going to do. Well the first debate of this season. The Mcclain's debate Justin Trudeau was not yes there was there was actually quite a bit of buzz about Doug meets things performance again. It's that sort of low expectations thing. Jagmeet Singh had not done that many public sort of speeches up until that point then he showed up he performed pretty well now now it's legislated its legislative discrimination and it's sad and it's hurtful and I think about all the people that wanted to pursue becoming an educator or maybe wanted to become a lawyer or judge in how it's telling them that they are less worthy. They don't belong and I think what I saw that there was a feeling that the andy piece floor is just GonNa fall out and this election but people at least the narrative after that debate was that then DP portions would be okay. They're not gonNA have a you know an utter and complete collapsed is because he did all right and I think if he does he who's able to do that again. At the more widely watched debates then they became only go up and maxine Bernie who is the leader of the very the newly formed people's Party of Canada fought his way into this debate and that's potentially problematic for Andrew Scheer because maxine Bernie on the political spectrum would be further due to the right of Andrew Scheer making that debate potential very interesting. He's used to taking the jabs at a trudeau dozen every day but when you have someone coming at you from you right does change your perspective well. I think that's the target on on Andrew Cheers back that he wouldn't have had before at all you know so of them. I would say Elizabeth. May's got the most debate experience she's done it. Probably the OH so hasn't been invited to every debate at someone who's just had an interview with her. It's pretty clear that she is she is trying to win the balance of power if possible OSPEL and just trying to win more influence. So how much damage does she want to do to someone who she might end up working with. I think is something we should watch on Monday right. So do you think people should watch in an election like this where the numbers having moved that much right now make up your own mind. This is one way for you to make up your mind. If you haven't been acquainted waited with the leaders. This is one way for you to see how they perform how warm they are. How strong of a leader they are. How clear their answers are directly from from them? All should really watch you. Moderated debate well the good news without giving away anything about the debate. The good news is that my job is to stay out of the way so it is. It's not a Rosemary Barton moment or any of the other four lovely women that are moderating with me it is I'm there to referee into. Keep keep time it is about letting these people that WANNA lead the country duke it out on stage verbally that's visit physically and and show Canadians what's what's their what's on offer and who they are. I think you're right that that's the most important thing that you can probably we get from it and to do that without the filter without us filtering over it so. I don't think there's any like that the rawness of that of being able to see for yourself what they're about out. I think is hugely beneficial for voter. We we pride ourselves on having a relatively contained short campaign period and yet when you know people are paying attention that entirety of that campaign period you can watch a couple of hours on a on a Wednesday. Is it a Wednesday. It's a Monday. It's a wild days as wander back and busy Monday. Sorry or you can watch it later. On Youtube this auctions.

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

02:31 min | 1 year ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

03:01 min | 2 years ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"If he was still alive Abe snow Danko probably would not have approved of this week's marijuana legalization or the skunk smell now per meeting every street corner. Mr. Sner Danko was a legendary Vancouver cop who made it his mission to banish cannabis from that city in the nineteen sixties and bust anyone caught with the stuff. Tommy Chong Vancouver native, certainly new officer snowed Aiko. He even basic character on him when he was part of teaching Chong and in August of twenty seventeen. When Missner Mr. Sner Danko passed away guest host, Rosemary Barton spoke with Mr. Chongwe about that. Now that we'd is legal. We thought we'd revisit that chat. Here's Tommy Chong describing the guy. He has called a quote, hippie. Nemesis was one of those guys back in the day that thought marijuana was. Evilness drug on the planet, and he was about to stamp it out anyway. He could take us back to the sixties in Vancouver when hippie culture was strong when when marijuana was on the scene, what was it like then you know when time everybody was short hair and shave and just the weirdos has long hair, but overnight. Marijuana n. LSD gut introduced. Everything changed except the cops and the cops were still back in the fifties aid was that you know the suit in time, you know, and and the short hair and the narc he was an arc. He made a point of of busting hippies never got you though. He came close, but never before teaching. I had to clubs going. We had the elegant parlor and we have the Shanghai junk. Well, when we're putting the club together, a couple came up and they were dressed kinda like hippies. And they wanted to know if I if I needed some help. Well, apparently they were undercover cops right out of the Regina school of the narc. And the way I caught him was that I asked him, have you ever done? And they said, yeah, and I said, well, tell me about your first trip, and the guy was the guy says, oh, I don't remember. Remember your I, I did a little dancing there are there are. Today, co was part of that whole setup. You know, always trying to bust us. He died and he has died just a year before the Canadian government plans to make marijuana legal in this country. What do you think he would have made of that? I'm. You know, whatever my entire life and aids entire life has always been a legal on the one side. He was on the other side and I really respected them because he was true to his craft. It was the narc of the narc. Vancouver native of teaching Chong fame speaking with guest house, Rosemary Barton in August of twenty seventeen..

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on Dumb People Town

Dumb People Town

02:26 min | 2 years ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on Dumb People Town

"My. Highly rated it old make your day by the way. Did you new season abo- Jak. September fourteenth. September? Yes. And it's just. Okay, thank you. Great stuff all the way around in and just so happy to have you back. We have another story we do. Let's jump into and by Bill zilch at below zilch b. e. ELO w on for too low for zilch c. h.. Right. Yeah. Zilch give it the hill. Or ground zilch grin. Okay. When. At random. Thank you. Credit where Credit's due. You're still living in it. Magic. If during disrespect. Back in a calling where it all happened grounds just still when constable Tommy MAC k. coming back k. got the call that a woman had tried to return a stolen car to on rental company. He knew he wasn't dealing with a normal case. So woman has gone into a rental company and tried to return a stolen car. Not. So this was right. So this is not one of their fleet. She bringing a car in that's been reported stolen. My initial thought was I'm going to have to find out where she got this vehicle from or my God. How am I going to put costs on an elderly female? You're a police officer. This should not be should know how to figure this out yet. You don't have to walk us through the entire thought process like you're answering a question wants to be a millionaire. Yeah, I know that she's elder. I have the con- book cops on an elderly woman must have come from some place the rental place because it's stolen. Yeah, I'm gonna. Can I use a lifeline? No, just do it. This is what the Cornwall community police service officer told as it happens, guest host Rosemary Barton. Again, we had this few weeks ago somebody's on one of these talk shows and they have a guest host because these are not the stories they give has. It happens..

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast was programmes brought to you by tangerine unfair bank fees got you down keep more of your hard earned money with the tangerine nofee daily checking account you'll pay fees to do your everyday banking and you'll get free tangerine email money transfers free unlimited debit purchases and free deposits germany after all we shouldn't have to pay unfair fees to use it become a climate answering dot c yet tangerine forward banking hello i'm rosemary barton sitting in for carolina off good evening i'm robert jones sitting in for jeff douglas this is as it happens the podcast addition tonight making of provincial case out of it bc green party leader andrew weaver backs his ndp power partners plan to join the legal fight against the trans mountain pipeline expansion lost at sea dozens of migrants have drowned off the coast of yemen this week in two separate incidents and in both cases is believed they were intentionally pushed off boats by human smugglers he won't make the leaderboard but he's a leader any way calgary golfer kyle miller tees off at a pga tournament in his hometown becoming the first person with cerebral palsy ever to do so front page challenge it took five hundred and fifty six days to reach an agreement but next tuesday summit halifax chronicleherald journalists will finally be heading back to work to newsroom were very little is the way they left it costume drama took a monstrous talent to bring an ornery giant lizard to live especially from inside a suit that was hot heavy and probably putrid but the late haroun nakajima breathed life and fire into the role of gut villa and everybody must not get stoned.

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:47 min | 3 years ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast was programmes brought to you by tangerine unfair bank fees got you down keep more of your hard earned money with the tangerine nofee daily checking account you'll pay fees to do your everyday banking and you'll get free tangerine email money transfers free unlimited debit purchases and free deposits germany after all we shouldn't have to pay unfair fees to use it become a climate answering dot c tangerine forward banking hello i'm rosemary barton sitting in for carolina off good evening i'm robert jones sitting in for jeff douglas this is as it happens the podcast addition and tonight president trump threatened fire and fury north korea warned of an umbrella ping fire and in the heat of this apocalyptic talk the island of guam is sweating because north korea has also said it could be the target of a missile strike present tense the canadian military sets up shelters for hundreds of asylumseekers crossing into quebec from the us but a united nations representative says the new arrivals don't really know what they're getting into coming undone because of what's going on done a un commission investigating human rights abuses in syria is suddenly short one pivotal member carla del ponte who has resigned citing a frustrating lack of progress coach jazz coach can he's quarantined in his london hotel room with symptoms of the norovirus but that didn't prevent richard parkinson from throwing out advice to canadian shotputter brittany crew at tonight's tracked world spinal we are never ever getting that together i wanted to sing that the despairing cry of the people trying to assemble the jury for a case involving taylor swift because they had to find people who had no opinion of taylor swift.

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:51 min | 3 years ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast was programmes brought to you by tangerine unfair bank fees got you down keep more of your hard earned money with the tangerine nofee daily checking account you'll pay fees to do your everyday banking and you'll get free tangerine email money transfers free unlimited debit purchases and free deposits germany after all we shouldn't have to pay unfair fees to use it become a climate answering dot c tangerine forward banking hello i'm rosemary barton sitting in for carolina off good evening i'm robert jones sitting in for jeff douglas this is as it happens the podcast addition tonight a call against arms fourblock mp daniel terp says videos of canadian armored vehicles being used in civilian areas of saudi arabia are all the evidence the government should needs to block future sales lost in found sixteen years after september eleven the remains of someone who died in the world trade center attack are identified after years of laborious forensic research everyone else figured there was nothing but she knew author wise for ten years our guest has been haunted by the notion that chuck hellenic had left something in the house she bought from him now she's been proven right gentle on our minds with his easygoing charm and seemingly effortless talent the late glenn campbell went from country star to pop star withstand says a tv star and movie star as well getting the chauffeur on the road reporter in arlington virginia investigates the driverless van that's been spotted around town only to discover it's actually being driven by human being cunningly disguised as a car seat and hoarding disaster our guests were shocked to discover the same guy that arranged dates with both of them.

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"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

As It Happens from CBC Radio

01:41 min | 3 years ago

"rosemary barton" Discussed on As It Happens from CBC Radio

"This is a cbc podcast was programmes brought to you by tangerine unfair bank fees got you down keep more of your hard earned money with the tangerine nofee daily checking account you'll pay fees to do your everyday banking and you'll get free tangerine email money transfers free unlimited debit purchases and free deposits germany after all we shouldn't have to pay unfair fees to use it become a climate answering dot c tangerine forward banking hello i'm rosemary barton sitting in for carolina off good evening i'm robert jones sitting in for jeff douglas this is as it happens the podcast addition tonight twice burned his family lost one house to the fort mac wildfires now a second has been burned to the ground by the blazes nbc but jason sherman says he isn't shine away from the challenge loves labour won at florence richler remembers her friend jack rabinovich the millionaire sponsor of canadian letters who created the killer press driven from distraction a us congresswoman introduces a bill that would order car companies to install sensors alerting parents if they've forgotten their kid in the back of a hot car a leaf for moisture's book and austrian architects says moshe saftey habitats 67 building in montreal inspired his new tree like tower that he wants to build in toronto titled bore a bbc's presenters less than impressive delivery of a story about surfing dogs leaves viewers wondering why didn't just wave the whole thing off and chirp off the old block a norwegian scientists can't wait to uncover the secrets inside of forty two hundred year old bird that was found.

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