Explaining Modern Antisemitism to Mayoral Candidates and the Winnipeg Media

This is a special episode that combines the TGCTS 2022 Winnipeg election coverage with Marty’s work as editor-in chief of TheJ.ca, Canada’s national onlne Jewish newspaper.¬† Last Monday¬†the Jewish Federation of Winnipeg held a mayoral forum¬†which included 2 questions specifically on antisemitism and anti-Zionism. The board of that organization does not represent the grassroots Jewish…

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Thunderbird House Proposals Fly, Blaming Winnipeggers For Its Failure Won’t

5:00¬†¬†We note¬†the passing of ‘climate crisis’ debunker Dr. Tim Ball, who supported us on Kick-Fm and Shaw-TV. Here is¬†one of his excellent videos. 11:30 ¬†The flyer of St. Boniface candidate Marcel Boille¬†makes some important points about how St. B has lost out by joining Unicity and watching their tax dollars go to “Winnipeg” and got…

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Glen Murray Should Come Clean About Caledon

Our plan to talk about those ‘other’ candidates took a turn on Thursday, when¬†CBC reported¬†that a retired Ontario small-town Mayor claims she was intimidated by Glen Murray on behalf of a housing developer in 2013. Murray wasn’t a lobbyist, he was a Liberal cabinet minister in the Kathleen Wynne government.¬†Winnipeg newspapers are ignoring this scandal,…

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TGCTS Podcast: Police Chief Smyth Makes Himself An Election Issue

Listen to the full podcast to find out why Winnipeg Police Chief Smyth has made himself an issue in the upcoming mayoral election.   No Rogers network crash is going to stop The Great Canadian Talk Show from telling you what you didn’t know about Winnipeg police chief Danny Smyth.¬† At his press conference on…

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Bad Week For The Forks Becomes A Civic Election Issue

Listen to the full podcast to learn more about what Winnipeg Police Cheif Smyth thinks about crime at The Forks. (… bad couple of weeks, actually.) After talking about what they did on Canada Day – Marty was hosting CWE wrestling in West St. Paul and Kenny was Mr. BBQ – the discussion steered towards…

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