Trudeau Faring Badly Despite Great Economy, Diane Keaton’s Fab Apartment, Canadians Are Fed Up With Their TV Providers, Eat Pasta Lose Weight


Cool Conversations
With George Froehlich
Wednesday, April 11, 2018


Good morning :
I’ve always been a Diane Keaton fan. She is classy, has lots of style and is a great actor.
So when I found she was selling her $17.5 million (U.S.) New York apartment I just had to look.
It boggles the mind what some people will collect and pay thousands of dollars for. The latest involves an auction the actor Russell Crowe held, following the finalization of his divorce.
I love cooking. And one of my favourite dishes is chicken. And this one is a knockout and so easy – easy honey-garlic chicken. And I use chicken thighs.

George Froehlich
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TRUDEAU GOVERNMENT FALLING IN THE POLLS – DESPITE ROBUST ECONOMY

THE STORY

THE SETTING

The job market is in excellent shape – the best in 40 years.

WHAT IT MEANS

The Canadian economy is humming along but despite that the government cannot cannot convince Canadians of the good job the government is doing.
And it’s reflected in the polls with Conservatives pulling ahead of the Liberals.

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DAVE GERRY AN AWARD-WINNING TELEVISION FIXTURE – A CONSUMMATE RACONTEUR, STORYTELLER – THE WORLD OF TELEVISION AND HIS EXCELLENT ADVENTURERS. WHAT’S HE UP TO NOW?
Dave Gerry was a reporter on the Vancouver television scene for decades.
His memorable stories known for their wit, charm and unique perspective captured the audience’s attention.
He worked for CKVU, later known as CITY-TV, moved to Toronto for Global Television and last ended up on CTV News at Six in Vancouver.
He retired in 2016.
During his 40-year career he worked for every major Canadian broadcaster.
He was graduated from the Journalism program at University of Western Ontario in his hometown of London and worked as a general assignment reporter.
In 1985 he and his family moved to Vancouver.
For more than 20 years he produced feature stories, comedy specials and documentaries.
His foraging abilities to uncover great, unique and fascinating human interest stories garnered him more than a dozen provincial, national and international awards, the most prestigious being the international Edward R. Murrow award for writing.
Three years ago Dave was given a lifetime achievement award by the RTNDA, Canada’s national association for electronic journalists.
In this episode of Cool Conversations Dave talks to George Froehlich about;
Why his grandchildren are his greatest treasurers.
Painting and sculpting – are passions he still enjoys.
How foraging for mushrooms with his dad taught him the art of foraging for stories.
Why he wanted to be a vet but his math skills sucked.
Why he is taking naps with his grandchildren .
The recluse logger who became an Armani model.
Finding the savant engineer near the base of Mount Washington who built the Lunar Land Rover.
And a whole lot more.

NO JUSTICE – IN THE U.S. YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE A KILLER TO BE FOUND GUILTY OF MURDER

Only in the U.S. can this happen.
A police officer kills a burglary suspect in a shootout,
The officer is not charged but a teenage boy who did not fire the gun is found guilty of murder.

CANADIANS FED UP WITH TELEPHONE COMPANIES

The complaints are soaring.
Fed up with the service they are getting from their telephone companies and their television providers Canadians are letting Ottawa know about how they feel.

MAN RESCUES GRIZZLY CUB – YEARS LATER IT SHOWS UP AT THE WEDDING

People and animals often form a special bond.
And this one is special.
Man rescues an abandoned grizzly bear cub.
Later the bear plays a vital role at the man’s wedding.

 

NEW HEALTH STUDY – EAT PASTA, LOSE WEIGHT

A new health study is out.
And it says eating pasta will help you lose weight.

THE GLOBAL RACE FOR ROBOTS THAT WILL CHANGE WARS

It’s closer than we realize.
Robots on the battleground entirely deciding whom to kill who to save,
And these decisions will be made without human input.

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