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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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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Transit Union Leaders Under Cloud As Contract Vote Begins

At the outset of Episode 31, today’s passing of a longtime friend, Mike Willis of Vancouver, and his struggle with addiction is sadly recounted. Mike wrestled as Dropkick Murphy, a welcome presence in any locker room. A 2-time Canadian Jr. Heavyweight champion, he was a standout in the revival of pro wrestling events at Hastings…

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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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School Trustees Coming And Going / An Emergency Call In A Park

Episode 17 begins with Spirited Kenny lamenting the Bombers bombing out in Hamilton and then the armchair versions turn to discussing the evolution of quarterbacks as athletes since the 50’s and 60’s. 5:30 – Two notes about local school trustees and the school board election. One, Kevin Freedman is a candidate in Ward 5, seeking to…

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Kevin Klein Enters Race For Mayor: “The System Is Not Working For You”

On Wednesday, about 100 people gathered in Assiniboine Park to hear Councilor Kevin Klein declare he was aiming for the top spot at 510 Main Street. “The system is broken. The system is not working for you.” After winning election in 2018 as the representative for the ward of Charleswood-Tuxedo-Westwood, Klein spoke his mind at…

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