Sep 191980

1980-xx-xx.metz-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

Years prior to the founding of Freedom Party of Ontario, Robert Metz was a weekly contributor a program called Access 96, broadcasted on CFPL FM 96 in London, Ontario. In this broadcast, Robert speaks against a $6M federal ad campaign to promote national unity. Metz speaks of individual rights of life, liberty, and property versus collective “rights”. Metz states that the purpose of a constitution is to protect citizens from abuse of power by the government, and he expresses concern for the future should the proposed constitutional amendments be made..

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Sep 041980

1980-xx-xx.emery-thumbAUDIO – DESCRIPTION:

A “close-up” profile by radio CJBK AM 980. Marc Emery is interviewed about his London Tribune weekly newspaper, which is launching that day. The paper’s first issue is free. Emery opines that the daily newspaper is a thing of the past, given the ability of radio and TV to provide up-to-the-minute news.

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