Wednesday. Ottawa has resigned as Chief of the Ottawa Police amid widespread criticism of his handling of the Ottawa occupation.
11:14 - "If someone wants to use this as a political knife to stab me with they can."
Ottawa Police Services Board chair Diane Deans joins Rob to discuss the resignation of Peter Sloly.
20:40 - "Regulations came out at 9:30pm last night despite declaring on Monday that this was going to happen, I think this is an irresponsible use of this act."
This is the place to score your 'Political Fix'! This week's panel features Karl Belanger from Traxxion Strategies and Kate Harrison from Summa Strategies.
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It's the Talk Back Hour. Rob takes your calls. What is your reaction to the resignation of Peter Sloly over the ongoing occupation of the downtown core?
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0:00 - "They're putting up 350 apartments in Renfrew and the first building is sold out already."
Bruce McIntyre is here from the Eganville Leader with this week's 'Valley Views'.
11:52 - "I understand the frustration, i understand the residents frustration...but we have limited resources in Ottawa."
Councillor Eli El-Chantiry, a former chair of Ottawa's Police Services Board, joins Rob with a different perspective on the resignation of Peter Sloly.
19:48 - "I think it puts to bed any idea that inflation was going to be short term or easily wrestled to the ground"
Rob speaks with Philip Cross, the former Chief Economic Analyst for Statistics Canada bout today's consumer inflation report.
29:52 - "I think what the public was looking for was some kind of leadership, someone to map out some sort of game plan."
Pat Uguccioni from Your Communit Voice joins Rob with his thoughts on the news out of City Hall in the past 24 hours.
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