OTTAWA – Councillor Diane Holmes is retiring, the Canadian Diabetes Foundation wants a Diabetes charter and the results are in and the Liberals have a majority in Quebec following Monday’s election. These topics and more will be discussed on Talk to the Hand.
Tuesday’s show rundown:
-Leonard Baak of OneSchoolSystem.org talks to Ed about an Ontario Superior Court ruling which found parents with children in the Catholic board have the right to opt out of religious courses and programs.
-Elaine Blades of Scotiabank talks to Ed about the importance of having a power of attorney.
-Somerset ward councillor, Diane Holmes talks to Ed about her decision to not run in the upcoming election and reflect on her political past.
-Ben Powless of Ecology Ottawa talks to Ed about the need for the city of Ottawa to review the Energy East pipeline project.
-Globe and Mail columnist Sophie Cousineau talks to Ed about the stunning results from the Quebec election.
-Ed talks to Rick Blickstead, president and CEO of the Canadian Diabetes Foundation about it’s call for a Diabetes Charter.
-Federal Ombudman for Victims of Crime, Sue O’Sullivan talks to Ed about the new federal Victim’s Bill of Rights.
-Leadership expert, Merge Gupta-Sunderji talks to Ed about how millenials view Gen X and baby boomers in the workplace.
The new talk show is hosted by veteran broadcaster Ed Hand on 1310News Monday to Friday from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m.
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