March 9, 2018: My top 3 Ottawa Today interviews from this week

Christine Elliott - Ontario PC leadership candidate

Ontario PC leadership candidate, Christine Elliot, joined me to discuss International Women’s Day and the role of women in politics. She believes that some women may have a hard time seeing themselves in politics and thinks that there should be more mentor programs to help women become candidates. Listen to the full interview for the full story to learn more.

Caroline Mulroney - Ontario PC leadership candidate

Caroline Mulroney, an Ontario PC leadership candidate, joined me to discuss her campaign. She is encouraged by the numbers, her fundraising and the response from members that she has spoken to over the course of the campaign. This is Mulroney’s first leadership campaign and she says she’s had to learn a lot but is proud to offer a fresh perspective to the PC party. Listen here for the full interview to hear her thoughts on how the PC party will win the Ontario provincial election.

John Morris - Gold medalist curler

John Morris, the Gold medal winner in the curling mixed doubles event at Pyeongchang, joined me to catch up on his winning event. Morris and Kaitlyn Lawes won the first ever mixed doubles event at the Olympics after Rachel Homan, Morris’s original partner, could not compete because her team was already competiting in an event. To learn more about Morris’s training schedule and his book “Fit to Curl” listen here.

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