Friday, July 04, 2008

Bill Tieleman on CKNW Saturday 3:30 p.m; & guest on Alex Tsakumis' new show on 1410 AM on Sunday July 6 from 1 to 2 p.m. to discuss carbon tax protest

Tune in this Sunday July 6 on 1410 AM from 1 to 2 p.m. where I will be a guest on my 24 Hours newspaper colleague columnist Alex Tsakumis's new Sunday Buzz show to discuss Gordon Campbell's new carbon tax and my Axe The BC Gas Tax Facebook online protest against it.

I will also be joining CKNW AM 980's Sean Leslie Show today - Saturday July 5 - after the 3:30 p.m. news to briefly discuss the Basi-Virk case.






6 comments:

DPL said...

15:40 Saturday. I just listened to your review of the Leg, raid and other charges. Good summary allround. Many questions that need answers

Anonymous said...

"You want the truth !
You can't handle the truth" . . .
Col./Premier Gordon Campbell


The GREAT SATAN

Anonymous said...

Joyce Murray's name was mentioned twice on your program with Alex Tsakumis. I thought you might like to know that Joyce is hosting a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday, July 8, at 7pm at the Hellenic Centre 4500 Arbutus St. It would be an exceellent opportunity for you and/or your friend Mr Tsakumis to question her about the Green Shift and the Carbon Tax.

Anonymous said...

You and Tsakumis were fantastic. That was the best review of the carbon tax I've heard yet. I liked the way you and Tsakumis talked with each other. It was really informative.

Anonymous said...

Re: July 8 Town Hall Meeting

What a splendid opportunity to as Joyce Murray when Jamie Elmhirst quit being her special assistant to join Pilothouse.

Anonymous said...

I was one of the approximately 40people who attended Joyce Murray's Town Hall Meeting. Basically what happened was that Joyce, along with 2 SFU professors, Aiden Vining and John Richards explained the Liberals Green Shift policy, including the new Carbon Tax. The Carbon tax will not tax gasoline, but will tax heating oil, coal,natural gas etc. Its supposed to be revenue neutral, which means the money it generates will be payed back to the taxpayer via tax cuts as well as incentives for green industries like those researching alternative power. After the presentation, there was a brief question and answer session.