Charles Adler is a 40-year radio and television broadcast veteran whose career has seen him tour Canada, working in Montreal (CJAD), Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto (CFRB), London, Hamilton, and Winnipeg (CJOB).
In the U.S.A., Adler hosted a nationally syndicated radio show out of Tampa, hitting more than 120 markets, and a nightly primetime television show out of Boston, for which he won a Best TV Host for New England Emmy.
Adler has hosted national radio and television programs in Canada, including Global Sunday and The Charles Adler Show on the Corus Radio Network. Adler has made countless appearances on Canadian national television news and current affairs shows and has guest hosted in the U.S.A. for Sean Hannity on Fox News Channels’ television show Hannity and Colmes.
Charles was presented a Key to the City of Toronto in 1998, and is a Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal recipient.
My own memory of my dad and his many words of wisdom seems to get sharper especially at this time of year, so close to the anniversary of his passing. Continue reading
The Prime Minister’s canned response to serious questions about security in the face of returning ISIS fighters fails to inspire confidence, writes Charles Adler. Continue reading
Are the Trudeau Liberals at risk of replicating outgoing Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre’s one-term performance? Continue reading
The gloves are off in Alberta, and Premier Rachel Notley had better be ready for a fight, writes Charles Adler. Continue reading
Follow the advice of Paul Simon, prime minister, tell your finance minister to “hop on the bus Gus.” Continue reading
Finance Minister Bill Morneau might have less trouble selling his tax plans if he wasn’t so out of touch, writes Charles Adler. Continue reading
Threatening employee discounts may have been the straw that broke the camel’s back when it comes to the Trudeau government’s tax reform plans. Continue reading
The Harvey Weinstein affair is proof men need to end the culture of silence around sexual assault, writes Charles Adler. Continue reading
There is but one way to try to heal that gaping psychic wound caused by Alzheimer’s, writes Charles Adler. It’s called love. Continue reading