Every weeknight, you can count on A Little More Conversation with Ben O’Hara-Byrne to feature compelling stories, diverse viewpoints, thoughtful questions and frank conversations on topics that matter to all Canadians. A Little More Conversation provides a forum to explore issues that unite and divide Canadians, fostering a better understanding of what matters and why. From politics to public health, diplomacy to discrimination, affordability to artificial intelligence, and the environment to entertainment, the show will deliver a fresh approach to current affairs from a genuinely Canadian perspective. Who is Ben O’Hara-Byrne? Currently the host of A Little More Conversation with Ben O’Hara-Byrne, Ben has more than 20 years broadcast journalism experience. He started in radio in Quebec City in 1998 before working for Global News in Montreal and Global News in Toronto. He moved to Global National’s Ottawa/Parliamentary Bureau in 2005 and served as the network’s Asia Correspondent based ... more
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On the show today: Ryan Truchelut, President/Chief Meteorologist, WeatherTiger Paul Henderson, forward on Team Canada in 1972 Vladislav Tretiak, goaltender, 1972 Soviet National Team and Hockey Hall of Fame inductee Rene J. Roy, editor,-in-chief, Wr... more
Guest: Camille Labchuk, executive director, Animal Justice Canada
Guest: Philip Cross, Munk Senior Fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute
Nice to hear more in-depth interviews on current events and the days news. More informative than the sound bites we get from newscasts.
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