Horrific road rage incident in Calgary. Dr. Frank Farley, past president of the American Psychological Association joins us and we’ll take your calls. Experiences with road rage and must people intervene when someone is in desperate need of help?
Ross Ensign is a member of the U.S. College of Electors. He is one of the 571 College members who will cast the final vote for Donald Trump to officially become President of the United States. Mr. Ensign has received much attention and many demands he not cast his vote for Mr. Trump. We’ll ask Mr. Ensign about his job, particularly now the Michigan recount has been halted by the courts.
And how about you? Any regrets for your constant support of Donald Trump as POTUS during our on air sessions as the campaign wore along? Now the accusation from U.S. intelligence agencies is the Russians assisted Donald Trump.
Another question I have for you will be about who should lead the Conservative Party of Canada. I’m going to offer only one choice, and you vote yes, or no.
As far as hacking into the Democratic Party’s members emails is concerned, how easy is that and how secure is internet privacy, really? David Fraser is the author of the Canadian Privacy Law Blog, partner at McInnes Cooper in Halifax and one of the world’s leading lawyers on internet security. Mr. Fraser joins us.
There’s a story about a mother and father who last weekend left their four year old son sleeping in their car while the parents entered Home Depot to purchase a few items. When they returned, their vehicle was surrounded by police, fire trucks and an ambulance and the story grows from there. You’ll want to hear this ..and share your views.
And Mayor Hector MacMillan returns, the day following his German surgeon’s appearance on the program. Mayor MacMillan, you’ll recall had pancreatic cancer nanoknife surgery in Germany after it was denied him in Ontario and OHIP refused to pay for out of country medical costs for the surgery. Wait ’til you hear how many Canadians have contacted the Mayor about going to Germany for pancreatic cancer surgery unavailable to them here, even though machines which are used for the surgical procedure exist in Toronto and Saskatoon.