Eadie Expects Progress On Bus & City Hall Safety Measures

Episode 15 picks up on our last interview with Mynarski Coun. Ross Eadie, with a long-form discussion about danger using the transit system and around City Hall. The previous discussion encompassed City budget and housing plans, the massive transit route re-organization, and his own concerns about flawed public consultations. Listen to it here: Coun. Eadie…

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CTV Dumps Weekend News; St. B Fights To Save Pools

With Bell Media bean counters axing almost 5000 jobs nationally and dumping weekend and noontime newscasts in Winnipeg, the public is again being abandoned by corporate newsrooms. Episode 14 starts with a look at the impact on the ability of their newsroom to properly report the news, and our efforts to ensure vital information and…

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Free Press Under Fire After Jen Zoratti Denigrates Oct. 7 Victims

Episode 13 looks at antisemitism in Winnipeg media, concealed under the guise of far-left “intersectionality” and claims that it’s only anti-Zionism, not antisemitism. Even with Justin Trudeau shoveling millions of dollars annually into the newspaper, the Winnipeg Free Press needs every reader and advertiser they can get. But when the pages are filled with slanted…

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Coun. Eadie on Transit and Trudeau’s Housing Deal

Episode 12 is a return to our roots in talk radio, with a long-form interview of Mynarski ward Councilor Ross Eadie of Winnipeg’s North End. 4:57- In Part 1, we asked Coun. Eadie about the city budget and Mayor Gillingham’s repeated practice of issuing high interest debentures: “We have to fund by debt the North…

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Winnipeg’s Greeks & Ukrainians Outraged About Violent Attacks

The Crime Courts and Public Safety update goes behind the headlines in Episode 11, asking the question: What kind of society are we becoming? Part 1- A brief recap of our last podcast, 100 Days Of Wab. A listener pointed out that Kinew posted a promotional video that seemed to agree with us- the Premier’s…

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100 Days Of Wab

In Episode 10 we pivot to the Legislature to take a look at the first hundred days of Premier Wab Kinew. What has he done so far as leader of Manitoba? It appears the honeymoon is waning and coming to an end. 2:18 – Marty Gold walks through the first actions of the Wab Kinew…

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Revolving Door Justice, Ambulance Failure Blamed In Vogiatzakis Murder

We bring you up to date on the senseless murder of Cork and Flame owner Kyriakos Vogiatzakis and the demands for systemic court changes to protect the public from violent drug addicts. In Part 1, Marty Gold lays out the known reports about the violent criminal acts since 2019 by the accused killer, Curtis Dalebozik.…

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Are Old Trees Matt Allard’s New Shiny Thing?

A recap of recent episodes lead off Episode 8 and then City Hall is in the spotlight this week! Marty Gold has an update on our interview with an arson victim, a comment from Coun. Ross Eadie on our exclusive that the investigation into Coun. John Orlikow is on ice, and the ongoing controversy about…

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Dr. Joss Reimer Touts EV’s As ER Patient Dies

Our ⁠most popular episode in 2024 ⁠happens to rank at #3 all-time, and so back to the well we go for Episode 7! Dr. Joss Reimer- “Winnipeg’s top doctor”- continues to provide ample evidence she’s more focused on advancing her political views than on WRHA patients. 3:57 – After a New Year’s Eve tweet dismissing…

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Disabled Tenant Describes Escape From North End Arson

A special edition of the Crime Courts & Public Safety Update has exclusive ActionLine details on two recent incidents – one in the North End, the other on Pembina Hwy. – where violent criminals terrorized female victims, with one left homeless. A special edition of the Crime Courts & Public Safety Update has exclusive ActionLine…

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