Libby is joined by Bill VanGorder, Chief Operating Officer and Chief Policy Officer of CARP, Anthony Quinn, Chief Community Officer of CARP, and John Wright, Executive Vice President of Maru Public Opinion
Today: we do a look ahead to the special CARP-Fight Back Toronto Mayoral debate that will be taking place Wednesday, June 7, during Fight Back’s live broadcast and will be hosted by Libby Znaimer. One of the factors that will make our debate stand out from the rest is that we are inviting on some candidates who have not been invited to the others including Anthony Furey, and Chloe Brown (who also ran during the previous general election for mayor and came in third then). Libby says the focus of this debate will be on practicality. All the candidates have ideas that they are proposing, but how exactly will they get it done?
Libby is joined by Ari Goldkind, a criminal defence lawyer based in Toronto.
Canadian Serial rapist and serial killer Paul Bernardo has been moved to a medium security prison in Quebec. The lawyer representing the family of Bernardo’s victims, Tim Danson, is calling for him to be returned back to maximum security facility and wants more info from the Correctional Service of Canada on why he was moved in the first place. Danson represents the French and Mahaffy families. And, Libby asks about the man who threatened mayoral candidates and was apprehended. Was he also out on bail when he made those threats?
Libby is joined by Brian Lilley, political columnist for the Toronto Sun.
What happens when you try to ask Metrolinx for some info on the Eglinton Crosstown LRT? Brian Lilley explains what happened when he did just that through freedom of information requests.