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PODCAST: The Rob Snow Show for July 5, 2022

Tuesday. Another day of illuminating testimony out of the public inquiry into Ottawa's LRT system painting a picture of a project that was rushed, poorly managed and extremely secretive.
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Tuesday. Another day of illuminating testimony out of the public inquiry into Ottawa's LRT system painting a picture of a project that was rushed, poorly managed and extremely secretive.

13:02 - "The Mayor is the CEO, the Mayor runs the show. We all know he controls it to the last period and the last comma. That's where the finger has to point."

2022 mayoral candidate Bob Chiarelli joins Rob with his views on what the public is learning about how the City managed Ottawa's Confederation Line LRT project.

25:09 - "They should have started raising a year ago, I said. And I also criticize the fiscal side with pouring gasoline on the fire."

Professor Ian Lee is here with fresh analysis on how the federal government is handling the current inflation environment and managing Canada's economy.

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Hour 2:

It's the Talk Back Hour. COVID-19 is back in the news, cases are rising. What should we do? Rob takes your calls.

Listen to Hour 2 of The Rob Snow Show:

Hour 3:

0:00 - "The difference between him and Pierre Poilievre is that Poilievre has a much longer track record not only in federal politics, Mr. Poilievre was a cabinet minister as well...Patrick Brown never actually held a cabinet post federally."

Columnist Michael Taube joins Rob to discuss how the Conservative Party leadership race is shaping up with just about two months to go before ballots are cast.

20:19 - "Canada could have already paid this money out in 2019 when it was ordered but they chose not to. They've been fighting kids at the tribunal level for two or three years since that time."

Lawyer Sarah Clarke, a member of the legal team for the First Nations Child and Caring Society, joins Rob to break down the details of a finalized $20bn deal the federal government has signed to compensate victims who have faced discrimination in Canada's first nations child welfare system.

33:50 - "New vehicle production is still quite constrained...June 2022 auto sales were down 11% month over month from 2021."

We've all heard about the chaos at the airports, but what's the situation with rental cars? Rob speaks with a VP from the Associated Canadian Car Rental Operators to find out.

Listen to Hour 3 of The Rob Snow Show:

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