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Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Revving up Roadkill Radio

Tonight on Roadkill Radio, Kari Simpson and I will be speaking from 7:30-8 p.m. Pacific with Brian Rushfeldt, Executive Director of the Canada Family Action Coalition, about human trafficking and modern-day slavery in Canada. Listen and find out how the subject is related to the upcoming Winter Olympics in Vancouver.

From 8-8:30 p.m. Donna Vandekerkhove, a Lower Mainland candidate for the upstart B.C. Refederation Party, which is running two dozen candidates in the upcoming B.C. provincial election, will be joining us in studio. Donna’s suddenly become a media darling, as she will be joining Kari and me fresh from an interview with CBC.

And from 8:30-9:30 p.m. we'll also be speaking in studio with Campaign Life Coalition’s John Hof about his recently released survey of candidates running in the provincial election. As well, we’ll touch on the upcoming March for Life in Victoria, to which organizers are hoping to attract 5,000 participants. (By the way, I will be MC-ing the rally at the end of the march.)

All that, and our regular features: RoadkillRadio Warrior of the Week and Tales from Van-KooK-er. Listen live at www.roadkillradio.com or catch us later on the archive.

Posted by Terry O'Neill on April 28, 2009 in Media | Permalink


Will the BCRD be siphoning votes from the Conservative Party just when they started hoping for a big election?

Is the BCRD sort of like a Libertarian Party?

Judging just by the name of the party sounds like they want to dump the federal government and start over. Something many Americans like me would like to do I can tell you.

Posted by: GeronL | 2009-04-28 1:39:47 PM

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