PODCAST: The Rob Snow Show for April 12, 2022

By CityNews Ottawa

Hour 1:

Monday. Conservative Party leadership is in focus this morning, as is inflation which has hit 8.5 per cent in the U.S..

8:52 – “Doug Ford just signed an agreement with the federal government, I wouldn’t seek to undo that. Mr. Poilievre would, apparently, he’s questioning whether he would do that.”

Rob speaks with Conservative Party leadership candidate, former Quebec Premier Jean Charest, about his vision for the party and a new policy announcement today.

20:00 – “The government felt the heat, so they decided 'we have to make this a housing budget'.”

Professor Ian Lee is here with his analysis on the 2022 federal budget tabled last week.

Listen to Hour 1 of The Rob Snow Show:

Hour 2:

It's the Talk Back Hour. Rob takes your calls. Christya Freeland says Canada's housing situation amounts to “inter-generational injustice”. Do you think Gen Z and Millennials are locked out of achieving the same standard of living as Gen x and Baby Boomers? 

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Hour 3:

0:00 – “I think it's actually very rich for someone who consulted for Huawei technologies to tell people including other leadership candidates what is right and wrong.”

Columnist Michael Taube joins Rob with his thoughts on the sparring between Jean Charest and Pierre Poilievre this week on the leadership campaign trail. 

14:50 – “I think she pulled that one out of thin air.”

Rob speaks with commercial real estate broker Darren Flemming to get his views on recent comments from Mona Fortier that the federal government will convert unused office towers in Ottawa to community housing.

20:41 – “Again, based on where we are with the numbers, so I'm not ruling out masking mandates coming back.”

Eastern Ontario Medical Officer of Health Dr. Paul Roumelioitis joins the show with his reaction to new messaging from Dr. Keiran Moore on the sixth wave of COVID in Ontario.

Listen to Hour 3 of The Rob Snow Show:

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