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PODCAST: The Rob Snow Show for February 24, 2022

As the local crisis in Ottawa comes to an end, a new crisis abroad captures our attention: Russia has invaded Ukraine.
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Hour 1:

Thursday. Russia has attacked Ukraine. Less than 48 hours after the House voted to confirm it, Prime Minister Trudeau has now revoked the Emergencies Act.

10:32 - "We're targeting three groups of defendants: The organizer defendants, the trucker defendants and the donor defendants"

Rob speaks with Paul Champ, the lawyer representing the class action lawsuit against the truck convoy protest on behalf of downtown Ottawa residents.

22:17 - "There is that pinch people feel in the pandemic...seeing the cost of things increase, and of course the blockades will not have helped that"

'Ontario Politics This Week' features strategists Lindsay Maskell and Andrew Brander.

Listen to Hour 1 of The Rob Snow Show:

Hour 2:

It's the Talk Back Hour. Rob takes your calls. How should the West respond to Russia's invasion of Ukraine?

Hour 3:

0:00 - "Today the world has truly truly changed...forever in our history there will be a 'before February 24' and an 'after February 24'"

Rob speaks with Cassian Soltykevych. executive member of the Ukrainian Canadian Congress, about the feeling in the Ukranian community here in Ottawa today as Russia invades their home country.

11:12 - "But what does that mean for North American markets? It's positive for Canadian energy"

Nick Piquard, Portfolio Manager from Horizons ETFs joins Rob with a look at how the markets are reacting to the invasion of Ukraine by Russia.

20:15 - "Broadly speaking, cutting off Russia from the world financial system"

'The World with Elliot Tepper' focuses on the international response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine.

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