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The Jennifer Campbell Show – May 19th, 2017
|TOPIC: Rail announcement
Berry Vrbanovic, Kitchener Mayor
A big transit announcement is expect Friday from the Ontario Liberals. Reports say the premier will lay out plans for the first stages of a high speed rail line connecting Windsor and Toronto with proposed plans for stops in Kitchener and Guelph. Premier Kathleen Wynne will visit London, then Kitchener’s Google to deliver the announcement which is expected to include some of the preliminary design work on the right speed rail line. The announcement is also expected to include a $15 million environmental assessment. The high speed rail line was promised by the Ontario Liberals in the lead up to the 2014 election and the plan calls for a 300 Kilometer rail line equipped with trains that can travel as fast as 250 km/h. Once the line is complete, it would connect Toronto with most of southwestern Ontario including Guelph, London, Chatham, and Windsor.
|TOPIC: Long weekend driving
Anne Marie Thomas, InsuranceHotline.com
What is your crime when you pack the car and hit the road for the long weekend. Distracted driving, over stuffing your car or something else?
||TOPIC: Long Weekend Fireworks Safety
John Percy, Public Education Officer, Waterloo Fire
The first long weekend and unofficial start to summer usually means fireworks. What you need to know to stay safe.
||TOPIC: Listener Letters