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PODCAST: The Rob Snow Show - February 15, 2022

The occupation in Ottawa continues as Justin Trudeau invokes the federal Emergencies Act for the first time.
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Hour 1:

Tuesday. The Prime Minister has invoked the federal Emergencies Act for the first time in Canada's history.

12:00 - "What we're seeing is a fundamental failure of the modern state."

Christian Leuprecht, Munk Senior Fellow in Security and Defence at the Macdonald Laurier Institute, joins Rob with his analysis of the move made yesterday by the Trudeau government.

22:50 - "'A fruit fly came in with my vegetables and fruits so let's blow up the house', it's just so over the top."

Professor Ian Lee joins Rob for their weekly chat, he is less than impressed with the use of the Emergencies Act by Prime Minister Trudeau.

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Hour 2:

It's the Talk Back Hour. Rob takes your calls. What do you think of Prime Minister Trudeau using the Emergencies Act? 

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Hour 3:

0:00 - "Most Canadians no matter their political ideology don't like it."

Rob speaks with columnist Michael Taube to get his take on the top political stories of the day.

20:05 - "If Putin doesn't succeed, I think he's got enough enough misinformation at play to maybe destabilize the government of the present president of Ukraine"

International affairs expert Ferry de Kerkchove joins Rob with his analysis on how the situation with Ukrain is developing this week.

32:00 - "The Chief sets the tone and sets the decision in terms of hw you're going to respond to a crisis, and from the beginning this was not taken seriously" 

Federal NDP leader Jagmeet Singh joins Rob with his reaction to the news that Ottawa's Police Chief will be resigning and the use of the Emergencies Act by the Trudeau Government, which he says he will support in the House of Commons. 

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