8:30 – National Post Columnist John Ivison joins the show to look ahead at what 2019 is likely to hold for Canadian federal politics. From the carbon tax to the fall election, there’s a lot going on in Ottawa.
LIVE: John Ivison, Political Columnist for the National Post.
9:00 – The Ultimate Open Lines…
Mike Couros, insurance and benefits broker.
Taylor MacPherson, executive producer.
10:00 – Trudeau had serious discussions about building a tax-funded helipad at his residence at Harrington Lake in 2017, according to documents obtained by Brian Lilley. Lilley joins the show now to talk about the prime minister’s spending habits and why he would consider billing the taxpayer for chopper rides into Ottawa.
LIVE: Brian Lilley, broadcaster, journalist, author, and host of Beyond the News on Newstalk 580 CFRA.
11:00 – We’ve been talking this week about the planned convoy protest to Ottawa set for February, but there are a number of different groups involved and not everyone agrees on the goals for the protest. Suzanne Sexton is an organizer with Rally 4 Resources – she says they planned the original convoy to Ottawa, but they’re not affiliated with the “Yellow Vest” protest groups who are also organizing convoys. Sexton joins John now to talk about the 2019 convoy to Ottawa and the friction between the various groups involved.
LIVE: Suzanne Sexton, organizer with Rally 4 Resources.
12:00 – A lot of people got smart speakers for Christmas, but many people still just use them as speakers without ever utilizing all their features. Tech expert Amber Mac joins the show to talk about all the things you can do with a Google Home, Amazon Alexa, or other smart speaker.
LIVE: Amber Mac, entrepreneur, bestselling author, blogger, and keynote speaker.