August 1, 2017 6:32 pm

John Oakley Show – Tuesday August 1 , 2017

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First day of August and this weather is making you wonder where summer has gone. Here is your one stop look at the Tuesday edition of the John Oakley Show: OCLA wants “hate speech” removed from the criminal code; Toronto beefs up security at major events, Sue-Ann Levy joins in for her regular Tuesday segment and addresses Peter Milczyn’s claim that housing in underfunded AND topics worthy of discussion. Hear it again!

 

OCLA starts petition to defend the free speech rights of Kevin Johnston


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Denis Rancourt, researcher at Ontario Civil Liberties Association, talks about the OCLA petition to Attorny General Yasir Naqvi to retract consent to lay hate crime charge on Kevin Johnston.

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READ MORE: Kevin J. Johnston, Mississauga website operator, charged with hate crimes

 

 

Sue-Ann Levy Tuesday 443

Toronto Sun’s investigative columnist joins the show to discuss Toronto community housing and construction project bidding issues in the city.

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READ MORE: Ontario premier shuffles cabinet as Glen Murray leaves for Pembina Institute

 

 

Toronto cops beef up security at high attendance events

AM640 law enforcement analyst Julian Fantino discusses measure Toronto police are taking to prevent possible terror threats.

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Grocer ‘offended’ by minister’s minimum wage response

Jackie Fraser co-owner of Fraberts Fresh Food joins AM640 to discuss a response to her concerns about minimum wage and new labour laws, by  Labour Minister Kevin Flynn that most “decent, law-abiding Ontario businesses will be largely unaffected” by the government-mandated changes.

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Topics worthy of discussion

Rocco Rossi, Kevin Gaudet and Anthony Furey join the show today to discuss free speech, superbowl commercials.

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