The Jennifer Campbell Show

The Jennifer Campbell Show airs Monday to Friday, 9am to 10am.

Welcome to The Jennifer Campbell Show; a new one hour interactive and topical program hosted by Jennifer Campbell that allows you to go behind the top stories of the day and tell us what you think!

Jennifer’s passion for storytelling allows her to connect with listeners and give you a chance to say what’s on your mind. Jennifer wakes up every morning with something to say. She has an opinion on the most important stories of the day and NOT just politics. She’s fair with people, but it won’t take long for you to find out where she stands. On family. On money. On safety. On culture.

Find out what matters to you, weekdays at 9am only on 570News!

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9:00 AM TOPIC: Kitchener Sex Trafficking

Meaghan Martin, Sleep Tight founder

Another case of sex trafficking in our region. Three men and a woman played roles in getting a 14-year-old girl to sell sexual services from a hotel and a motel in Kitchener last spring.  The court was told the victim was a ward of Family and Children’s Services.  She worked two days in a room at the Howard Johnson on Weber Street East, followed by four or five days at Canada’s Best Value Inn on Victoria Street North.  The four adults are from the region and know each other.

9:15 AM TOPIC: Trump snubbing Merkle happens to all women

A picture of Trump and Angela Merkle went viral after the German Chancellor was visiting the White House and President Trump did not shake her hand and barely even looked at her.

We hear quite a lot about explicit sexism but less overt indignities can be just as infuriating.  That is according to columnist Jessica Valenti.  She says that is because it is hard to explain to those who haven’t experienced them.

9:30 AM TOPIC:What the budget means for women

Sarah Boesveld, Senior Writer, Chatelaine

In the past few weeks, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s government emphasized that the 2017 budget would have a focus on women. Chatelaine was in Ottawa for the announcement and reports there is a huge investment in child care to funds aimed at preventing gender-based violence.

9:45 AM TOPIC: Autistic Sesame Street character

Sesame Street is getting se to introduce the first permanent addition to its Muppet family since 2010.  Julia is a 4 year old with autism. She’ll be appearing in two episodes this season  beginning April 10, with more to follow.  Julia  needs time to process information and is sometimes bothered by intense sensory stimuli, specifically hot drinks and loud noises. When she’s excited, she flaps her hands. Her memory is better than most people’s, and she has excellent drawing skills.  She is meant to help children understand autism and develop empathy