October 27, 2017: My top 3 Ottawa Today interview picks from this week

1. Chief Charles Bordeleau, Ottawa Police

Chief Charles Bordeleau of Ottawa Police joins me to discuss the legalities of the pop-up drug injection site in Lowertown. He believes that the park is an inappropriate location for Overdose Prevention Ottawa to set up their site, but cannot take it down unless the city steps in. For more on that story, listen to this segment.

2. Mayor Jim Watson

Mayor Jim Watson talks about the religious neutrality law that was passed in Quebec and the pop-up drug injection site. Mayor Watson says the discriminatory ‘niqab law’ will not affect people using OC in Quebec. For the full story, listen here.

3. Thomas Whelan, historian and author

Thomas Whelan, historian and author of Kennedy versus Lodge: the 1952 Massachusetts Senate Race and JFK and his Enemies: A Portrait of Power joins me to discuss the release of classified JFK documents. He still has questions about the assassination that he hopes these documents will help answer. Listen to his theories here.

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