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PODCAST: The Rob Snow Show for May 17, 2022

Tuesday. Day 14 of the Ontario election campaign.
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Hour 1:

Tuesday. Day 14 of the Ontario election campaign. There was a leaders debate last night. 

12:32 - "The other two, Andrea Horwath and Steven Del Duca, did not succeed in knocking him off his stride."

Rob is joined by Erin Kelly from Ottawa research firm Advanced Symbolics to talk about what Polly the AI pollster thought about last night's Ontario electiond debate.

21:30 - "I mean the urban core of Ottawa, they're all Liberal or other words both parties have become the parties of privilege. But they continue to spout the rhetoric and the jargon and tech speeches as if they're representing the downtrodden."

Professor Ian Lee is here with his takeaways from last night's debate and some insights on the local race in Ottawa Centre where first term NDP candidate Joel Harden hopes to hold onto his seat.

Listen to Hour 1 of The Rob Snow Show:

Hour 2:

It's the Talk Back Hour. We're talking Ontario election. Are you better off now than you were four years ago? Rob takes your calls.

Listen to Hour 2 of The Rob Snow Show:

Hour 3:

0:00 - "It goes back to the populist language that Ford Nation, that Doug Ford and his late brother Rob Ford used successfully to build support not just within conservative circles but outside of them."

Columnist Michael Taube joins the show for a discussion on the Ontario election, the Royal Visit and the Conservative leadership race.

24:00 - "We are witnessing a massive and largely unnoticed constitutional shift here."

Rob speaks with Sylvia Martin-Laforge, director general of the Quebec Community Groups Network, about the impacts of the Legault government's new language law Bill 96.

35:39 - "Making his pitch essentially for Alberta being the key for a more secure North American energy strategy."

CityNews Edomonton reporter Courtney Theriault joins Rob with an update on a very busy day in Alberta politics.

Listen to Hour 3 of The Rob Snow Show:

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