Wednesday. It's been four days since the storm that devastated areas of our region. Where is the Premier?
11:13 - "Depending on what it is, there are limits within your policy but definitely keep receipts for anything you've paid for out of your own pocket and submit it to your adjuster."
Rob is joined by Brian Erwin with the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario with some advice for people who will be submitting complicated insurance claims for storm damage in Ottawa.
22:25 - "First off, yeah I would like to see the Premier show up. I would like to see that, in the right circumstance."
This is the place to score your Political Fix! This week featuring strategists Ashton Arsenault and Cam Holmstrom. The panel digs into the intersection of politics and natural disasters as there is growing criticism of Doug Ford for not coming to Ottawa to meet with residents impacted by the storm, as well as Steven Del Duca who had been in Ottawa campaigning on Monday.
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It's the Talk Back Hour! Should Doug Ford come to Ottawa in the wake of the devastating storm over the weekend? Rob takes your calls.
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0:00 - "Black Donald Tent and Trailer Park really took a hit, I was in to see some of the residents."
Bruce McIntyre is here from the Eganville Leader with this week's Valley Views.
10:48 - "After the storm happened we had three seniors-only buildings without power, fortunately that has just gone done to one building"
We get an update from Brian Gilligan with Ottawa Community Housing on the efforts to repair social housing buildings and support tennants who are still without power in Ottawa.
19:18 - "Certainly if you're talking to people who are on home oxygen or home respirators...that could be an issue because they don't have power to power their appliances."
Rob speaks with Dr. Paul Roumeliotis from the EOHU about the health impacts of a prolonged blackout, as some residents are approaching five days without electricity.
33:15 - "It's a law that...there's no reason for it. The alleged threat to the French language was I think settled with Bill 101."
Quebec's new language law, Bill 96, has now passed through the legislature. Rob speaks with one Montreal lawyer who plans to take the Legault government to court to challenge the legislation.
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