Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award.
Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding love for his country. No wonder Roy’s show has been cited by Canada’s parliamentary newspaper as required listening for federal politicians.
There’s coin in the Veterans Affairs piggy bank, but the government won’t spend it on service dogs for vets suffering from PTSD. ‘Write the cheque,’ says Roy Green. Continue reading
Roy Green recalls his 1995 chat with former Quebec premier Robert Bourassa, whose government used the notwithstanding clause to uphold the province’s French language law. Continue reading
I asked more than once, “Do you really want to be saying this? And to me? You’re not in Parliament. You’re in a public place and your speech is not protected.” Continue reading
Roy Green says the debate over the Trans Mountain Pipeline extension recalls a question Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe posed last April: Do we still have a nation? Continue reading
This Bernier coup attempt resulted in no bloody mid-March togas and it’s unlikely Andrew Scheer was heard to utter, “Et tu Maxime,” even in feigned surprise, writes Roy Green. Continue reading
Maxime Bernier’s tweets on diversity have sparked cross-country debate. Roy Green will be taking calls on the emotional issue this weekend. Continue reading
On Sunday, Roy Green will interview Beth, a spinal cancer patient who says she is being denied access to opioids for her intractable pain. Continue reading
Following next October’s federal election, Canada’s left may well be imitating that of its U.S. counterpart at present, Roy Green says. Continue reading
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s recent comments on his alleged mishandling of a young, female reporter 18 years ago have been ‘utter baffledeegabble,’ says Roy Green. Continue reading