John Oakley Show – Monday March 20, 2017
It’s all about tolerance and compassion on the John Oakley Show today. We talk about Khadr, refugees, cable companies and tax evaders… they all need our mercy, or do they?
FBI investigating possible Russia, Donald Trump links
FBI Director James Comey confirmed the bureau is investigating possible links and coordination between Russia and associates of President Donald Trump. Ryan Hurl, Assistant Professor of Political Science at U of T joins the John Oakley show to discuss what these continued allegations mean for US/Russian relations.
Dealers of Free TV android box in court fighting injunction
The battle over loaded Android TV box continues on Monday. Dealers are fighting an injunction which halts sales of the TV boxes. The temporary injunction was secured by plaintiffs Bell, Rogers and Videotron in an effort to stamp out the boxes which allow consumers to stream copyrighted content for free. AM640 technology analyst David Shipley joins the Oakley show to discuss how exactly the box works, its security and whether the sellers should be shut down.View link »
CRA to get tough on tax evaders and the tax professionals who help them
Tax lawyer Paul Dioguardi joins the show to talk about reports that the CRA will be more aggressive in chasing down tax evaders and tax lawyers who help them.View link »
Topics worthy of discussion
The biggest stories of the day being debated by makers and shakers of Toronto. Around the table today:
Jon Burnside – Former Toronto Policeman and city councilor Ward 26 Don Valley West
Adrienne Batra – Editor in Chief Toronto Sun & 24 Hrs TO, Former CAF LT, Displaced Saskatchewanian, college hoops fan with a shoe obsession
Mike Van Soelen – Managing Principal at Navigator – expert in communications and marketing, both in the private sector and political realmView link »