It's Friday. We made it.
10:39 - "They took 147,000 travellers' email accounts, put it in their sales data base and started sending people promotional emails...the privacy commissioner came down yesterday and said 'are you kidding me?' How many federal privacy laws does that breach? At least one that he could think of."
Tom Korski is back from Blacklocks' Reporter with a look at this week's top stories from the outlet that's minding Ottawa's business.
20:38 - "What Pierre Poilievre has done is incredibly impressive...I think he's got some great ideas, I don't like the way he presents himself."
Derick Fage is back from RogersTV with a few hot takes on the top stories of the week.
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It's the Friday Free-For-All on the Talk Back Hour! Rob takes your calls.
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0:00 - "I think it's relative, but I think the arrow is ascending for the Redblacks and a lot of the evaluation on LaPolice and his tenure in Ottawa will be how good the offence and specifically that quarterback plays."
Get your Ottawa sports fix with Sportsnet's Donnovan Bennett, he joins Rob with a look at the Redblacks season so far.
10:39 - "I do believe they will come back int he fall when they adjust to the new reality of the new interest rates. Interest rates are still good...comparatively they're a little higher than they were because people got spoiled and got used to very, very low interest rates."
New data shows Ottawa's housing market saw a huge slump in July, Rob speaks with Ottawa Real Estate Board president Penny Torontow about what the fall market may look like.
21:13 - "We know that just this week the minister of health sent the college of nurses a letter saying they must respond within two weeks with a plan on how they can do that, how we can expedite the process."
It's time for Queens Park Week In Review. Rob is joined by PC MPP Donna Skelly, NDP MPP Joel Harden and Liberal MPP Stephen Blais talking health care, education and ODSP.
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