Dec 151996
 

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In this recording, Freedom Party member and former Ontario Vice-president Lloyd Walker calls Jim Chapman, host of “Talk of the Town”, and convinces Chapman that there should be no ban on opening one’s retail store on Boxing Day. On December 16, 1996, Ontario’s legislature passed an amendment to Ontario’s Retail Business Holidays Act which removed Boxing Day from the list of days on which the opening of most retail stores is prohibited). The ban on retail shopping on Boxing Day took effect on December 19, 1996.

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Dec 041996
 

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In this recording, Jim Chapman, host of CJBK AM’s “Talk of the Town” program, is discussing a book by John Booth Davies titled “The Myth of Addiction”. Freedom Party of Ontario executive officer Gord Mood calls-in to argue that, essentially, the use or abuse of a drug is a choice; a matter of free will.

 

 

 

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Nov 211996
 

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In the wake of the Ontario Medical Association’s (OMA) call for a legal ban on smoking tobacco in the private homes of pregnant women or small children (which the OMA calls “a form of child abuse”), Freedom Party president Robert Metz was invited to square off against Dr. Terry Polovoy of Physicians for a Smoke-Free Canada, on ‘Hot Talk’, Radio 98’s daily open-line program hosted by Gord Harris.

Note: This broadcast was reported in Freedom Flyer #31

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Nov 041996
 

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In this recording, Freedom Party executive officer Robert Vaughan calls Jim Chapman, host of London radio CJBK’s “Talk of the Town” program. In his capacity of board of education trustee in London, Vaughan explains that the Chair of Board published a “Just the Facts” brochure which cost the board $7,600.00 to produce and which erroneously stated that it had the support of the entire board of trustees. He calls for a better and more accountable process.

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Nov 021996
 

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In this recording, Freedom Party president Robert Metz calls Jim Chapman, host of London radio CJBK’s “Talk of the Town” program, to discuss the effects of patriating the Canadian constitution and why he is in favour the monarchy.

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Nov 011996
 

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In 1996, Freedom Party executive officer Robert Vaughan was a school board trustee in London, Ontario. In this recording, Vaughan calls the Host of AM 980’s “Hot Talk” program, Gord Harris, to discuss a report that would make physical education mandatory for high-school students.

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Nov 011996
 

Contents:
Freedom Party on the Internet The Big Switch and the Power of the Internet; FP Supports Government Initiative on Referenda; Ontario Human Rights Commission Appeals Board of Inquiry Ruling on Elijah Elieff; Freedom Party Files Freedom Of Information Request on Human Rights Commission; FP’s Robert Vaughan Campaigns For Freedom Of Choice In Education; Harris Agenda ‘Too Liberal’; Freedom Party launches World Wide Web Site; Freedom Briefs, and more! Continue reading »

Oct 251996
 

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On October 24 and 25, 1996, Ontario’s Divisional Court heard the Ontario Human Rights Commission’s appeal of the August 24, 1994 decision of Board of Inquiry Chair Ajit S. John in the matter of Chippheng Hom and Ontario Human Rights Commission v. Elijah Elieff and Elieff Investments Ltd. (Decision # 94-022). The Board of Inquiry Chair had found the Elieff had not violated Hom’s rights to equal treatment under Ontario’s Human Rights Code. Jim Chapman, host of CJBK 1290 AM (London, Ontario’s) Talk of the Town Program had apparently mentioned a report in the London Free Press from that day concerning the Divisional Court’s hearings the previous day. Freedom Party of Ontario president Robert Metz had represented Elieff and his company at the Board of Inquiry hearing, and he called in to discuss the appeal.

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