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The Eric Drozd Show discusses local issues in Waterloo Region and area as well as national and international stories that impact you. Catch it weekly from 10 am to 2 pm on 570 News and Rogers TV.

Latest Episodes

Sept 5: Sex-Ed, NAFTA, and Cannabis

The opening monologue (0:56); Ontario teachers' union takes legal action to fight repeal of modernized sex-ed curriculum (22:19); NAFTA talks resume as questions grow about Trump's ability to deliver (45:14); The made-in-London course that helps men realize the consequences of sexual assault (1:04:32); The Male Allies program at the Sexual Assault Support Centre (1:18:55); Health Canada spending $100M on cannabis education over 6 years (1:27:44); What's On Wednesday: East Indian Community Walkathon and South Asian Cultural Festival Mela 2018 organized by India Canada Association / Taste Local! Taste Fresh! (1:47:44)

-1 s2018 SEP 6
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Sept 5: Sex-Ed, NAFTA, and Cannabis

Sept 4: Free Speech, Flooding, and Policing

The opening monologue (0:56); New Hamburg residents fed up with flooding (21:59); Develop free speech policies or face funding cuts, Ontario tells colleges (44:47); Right-to-disconnect talk picks up as popularity of workplace messaging apps rises (1:05:06); Cop Talk: Waterloo Regional Police joins us to answer your Policing questions (1:27:46)

-1 s2018 SEP 5
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Sept 4: Free Speech, Flooding, and Policing

Aug 31: Canadian Govt Studies Handgun / Assault Weapon Ban, Canadian Frats Address #MeToo, and Best Farwell Audio Clips

The opening monologue (0:56); Province should 'reverse freeze' on overdose prevention sites: YWCA Canada (21:51); Dairy farmers fear any NAFTA concession will be beginning of the end for supply management (34:31); Federal government confirms plan to study a full ban on handguns and assault weapons in Canada (46:00); Canadian fraternities address issues from #MeToo (1:21:45); The City of Waterloo extends a warm welcome to all students beginning their post-secondary education this fall (1:28:39); The Flip Side: Ask Us Anything (1:49:58); Blue Jays weekly segment(2:13:03); OPP launch distracted driving campaign (2:34:45) Friday 5: Best Audio Clips (2:43:09)

-1 s2018 SEP 1
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Aug 31: Canadian Govt Studies Handgun / Assault Weapon Ban, Canadian Frats Address #MeToo, and Best Farwell Audio Clips

Aug 30: WRDSB Request to Teach New Sex Ed Curriculum, Stratford Hate Crimes, and UW prep for Fall Semester

The opening monologue (0:56); WRDSB trustees to send request to Minister of Education to continue teaching 2015 sex-ed curriculum (19:52) Police investigate hate crime against black Stratford Festival actor (44:54); Ontario's dollar-beer era begins, slowly, with government help (1:03:13); Rangers Pre-Season Showcase Ticket Giveaway (1:14:49) UW prep for Fall semester, students moving in this weekend (1:26:35); The Flip Side: Ground Beef or Hamburger? (1:46:54); Memorial tattoos part of grief process, says Waterloo prof (2:10:27); SJH Reunion (2:31:37)

-1 s2018 AUG 31
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Aug 30: WRDSB Request to Teach New Sex Ed Curriculum, Stratford Hate Crimes, and UW prep for Fall Semester

Aug 29: #SnitchPositive Movement, Cannabis Conference & Expo, & Seafood Fraud

The opening monologue (0:56); WRDSB to discuss revised sex-ed curriculum at special committee meeting tonight (04:10); âWeâre wasting timeâ: harm reduction group (21:34); Parents encouraged to recognize teachers through #SnitchPositive hashtag (44:55); Cannabis Meets Healthcare (1:04:55); New roadside test to detect marijuana coming to Canada (1:27:42); What does Brooke Henderson's win mean for women's golf in Canada? (1:42:22); The Flip Side (1:49:18); City takes steps to help Traynor-Vanier residents (2:12:01); Seafood fraud: 5 ways to avoid buying fraudulent fish when shopping, dining (2:32:43)

-1 s2018 AUG 30
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Aug 29: #SnitchPositive Movement, Cannabis Conference & Expo, & Seafood Fraud

Aug 28: Canada to Rejoin NAFTA Talks, Buck-a-Beer Kicks Off & Dementia Friendly Golf Program

The opening monologue (00:28); Canada to rejoin NAFTA talks after US, Mexico agree to overhaul trade pact (02:05); Cool Beer Brewery kicks off Buck-A-Beer program, Premier tours (19:23); Dementia-friendly golf program gets players back on the green (43:05); Waterloo aims to reduce parking, to get people out of cars (51:09); Waterloo's autonomous vehicle program passes milestone of 100 km on public streets (1:02:45); NWT funds Laurier research into important environmental issues affecting Canada's North (1:25:14); The Flip Side (1:47:12); Where is my bike? (2:11:19); Local distillery in Ayr is changing the spirits game with their unique gin (2:32:21)

-1 s2018 AUG 29
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Aug 28: Canada to Rejoin NAFTA Talks, Buck-a-Beer Kicks Off & Dementia Friendly Golf Program

Aug 27: John McCain, GoFundMe For Neighbourhood Of House Explosion & Social Isolation

John McCain, senator and former presidential candidate, dies at 81 (03:26); GoFundMe started to help neighbourhood heal from explosion (21:39); Emergency/community response to the house explosion last week (44:22); Farmer's helping local food banks with donations (1:04:07); Recap of season openers for WLU and UW Football (1:15:01); Rant or Rave (1:26:55); Social isolation can be addressed (2:11:19); We can't grow enough food to feed the world according to the Food Guide (2:32:05).

-1 s2018 AUG 28
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Aug 27: John McCain, GoFundMe For Neighbourhood Of House Explosion & Social Isolation

Aug 24: Police Suicides, Immigration Issues & Tobacco Packaging

The Opening Monologue (0:56); Cop suicides prompt tearful plea from union leader (21:50); Immigration issues likely to dominate next federal election campaign (43:47); When sorry isn't enough â pressure grows on companies to apologize quickly in the age of viral content (1:05:00); Packaging regulations for Tobacco Products (1:28:00); The Flip Side (1:49:56); Blue Jays weekly segment (2:13:27); Waterloo Busker Carnival celebrates 30 years (2:34:20).

-1 s2018 AUG 25
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Aug 24: Police Suicides, Immigration Issues & Tobacco Packaging

Aug 23: Kitchener House Explosion, Banning Fast Food Drive-Thrus & 'Towing Bill Of Rights'

The Opening Monologue (0:56); Cause of house explosion in Kitchener still not known (21:32); Banning fast food drive-thrus could benefit public health: study (43:59); CAA launches 'Towing Bill of Rights' to help drivers (1:03:45); Waterloo region wants homegrown solution if Ford pushes governance review (1:27:10); The Flip Side (1:48:52); What's killing rural Canada (2:11:29); 570 News Sports Shorts With Elora Mohawks (2:23:20); No tolerance for teachers using a repealed sex ed curriculum, warns Doug Ford (2:33:35); 2nd Annual Northland Family Fun Day Has Something for Everyone (2:49:41).

-1 s2018 AUG 24
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Aug 23: Kitchener House Explosion, Banning Fast Food Drive-Thrus & 'Towing Bill Of Rights'

Aug 22: Politics Surrounding Trump, Homelessness & Mandatory Air Conditioning

The Opening Monologue (0:56); Two bombshells in one day for Trump as Michael Cohen pleads guilty, Paul Manafort convicted by jury (22:39); Regional Councillors go on walk to see homelessness issue in Kitchener (44:11); In extreme heat, landlords should be required to keep tenants cool (1:06:22); Restoring Ontario's Public Finances (1:28:01); Kitchener House Explosion (1:39:36); The Flip Side (1:50:16); What fights about âerasingâ history are really about (2:13:02); Indigenous child and family centre in Kitchener (2:34:11); Cambridge dance teacher aims to line dance region into record books (2:47:42).

-1 s2018 AUG 23
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Aug 22: Politics Surrounding Trump, Homelessness & Mandatory Air Conditioning

Latest Episodes

Sept 5: Sex-Ed, NAFTA, and Cannabis

The opening monologue (0:56); Ontario teachers' union takes legal action to fight repeal of modernized sex-ed curriculum (22:19); NAFTA talks resume as questions grow about Trump's ability to deliver (45:14); The made-in-London course that helps men realize the consequences of sexual assault (1:04:32); The Male Allies program at the Sexual Assault Support Centre (1:18:55); Health Canada spending $100M on cannabis education over 6 years (1:27:44); What's On Wednesday: East Indian Community Walkathon and South Asian Cultural Festival Mela 2018 organized by India Canada Association / Taste Local! Taste Fresh! (1:47:44)

-1 s2018 SEP 6
Comments
Sept 5: Sex-Ed, NAFTA, and Cannabis

Sept 4: Free Speech, Flooding, and Policing

The opening monologue (0:56); New Hamburg residents fed up with flooding (21:59); Develop free speech policies or face funding cuts, Ontario tells colleges (44:47); Right-to-disconnect talk picks up as popularity of workplace messaging apps rises (1:05:06); Cop Talk: Waterloo Regional Police joins us to answer your Policing questions (1:27:46)

-1 s2018 SEP 5
Comments
Sept 4: Free Speech, Flooding, and Policing

Aug 31: Canadian Govt Studies Handgun / Assault Weapon Ban, Canadian Frats Address #MeToo, and Best Farwell Audio Clips

The opening monologue (0:56); Province should 'reverse freeze' on overdose prevention sites: YWCA Canada (21:51); Dairy farmers fear any NAFTA concession will be beginning of the end for supply management (34:31); Federal government confirms plan to study a full ban on handguns and assault weapons in Canada (46:00); Canadian fraternities address issues from #MeToo (1:21:45); The City of Waterloo extends a warm welcome to all students beginning their post-secondary education this fall (1:28:39); The Flip Side: Ask Us Anything (1:49:58); Blue Jays weekly segment(2:13:03); OPP launch distracted driving campaign (2:34:45) Friday 5: Best Audio Clips (2:43:09)

-1 s2018 SEP 1
Comments
Aug 31: Canadian Govt Studies Handgun / Assault Weapon Ban, Canadian Frats Address #MeToo, and Best Farwell Audio Clips

Aug 30: WRDSB Request to Teach New Sex Ed Curriculum, Stratford Hate Crimes, and UW prep for Fall Semester

The opening monologue (0:56); WRDSB trustees to send request to Minister of Education to continue teaching 2015 sex-ed curriculum (19:52) Police investigate hate crime against black Stratford Festival actor (44:54); Ontario's dollar-beer era begins, slowly, with government help (1:03:13); Rangers Pre-Season Showcase Ticket Giveaway (1:14:49) UW prep for Fall semester, students moving in this weekend (1:26:35); The Flip Side: Ground Beef or Hamburger? (1:46:54); Memorial tattoos part of grief process, says Waterloo prof (2:10:27); SJH Reunion (2:31:37)

-1 s2018 AUG 31
Comments
Aug 30: WRDSB Request to Teach New Sex Ed Curriculum, Stratford Hate Crimes, and UW prep for Fall Semester

Aug 29: #SnitchPositive Movement, Cannabis Conference & Expo, & Seafood Fraud

The opening monologue (0:56); WRDSB to discuss revised sex-ed curriculum at special committee meeting tonight (04:10); âWeâre wasting timeâ: harm reduction group (21:34); Parents encouraged to recognize teachers through #SnitchPositive hashtag (44:55); Cannabis Meets Healthcare (1:04:55); New roadside test to detect marijuana coming to Canada (1:27:42); What does Brooke Henderson's win mean for women's golf in Canada? (1:42:22); The Flip Side (1:49:18); City takes steps to help Traynor-Vanier residents (2:12:01); Seafood fraud: 5 ways to avoid buying fraudulent fish when shopping, dining (2:32:43)

-1 s2018 AUG 30
Comments
Aug 29: #SnitchPositive Movement, Cannabis Conference & Expo, & Seafood Fraud

Aug 28: Canada to Rejoin NAFTA Talks, Buck-a-Beer Kicks Off & Dementia Friendly Golf Program

The opening monologue (00:28); Canada to rejoin NAFTA talks after US, Mexico agree to overhaul trade pact (02:05); Cool Beer Brewery kicks off Buck-A-Beer program, Premier tours (19:23); Dementia-friendly golf program gets players back on the green (43:05); Waterloo aims to reduce parking, to get people out of cars (51:09); Waterloo's autonomous vehicle program passes milestone of 100 km on public streets (1:02:45); NWT funds Laurier research into important environmental issues affecting Canada's North (1:25:14); The Flip Side (1:47:12); Where is my bike? (2:11:19); Local distillery in Ayr is changing the spirits game with their unique gin (2:32:21)

-1 s2018 AUG 29
Comments
Aug 28: Canada to Rejoin NAFTA Talks, Buck-a-Beer Kicks Off & Dementia Friendly Golf Program

Aug 27: John McCain, GoFundMe For Neighbourhood Of House Explosion & Social Isolation

John McCain, senator and former presidential candidate, dies at 81 (03:26); GoFundMe started to help neighbourhood heal from explosion (21:39); Emergency/community response to the house explosion last week (44:22); Farmer's helping local food banks with donations (1:04:07); Recap of season openers for WLU and UW Football (1:15:01); Rant or Rave (1:26:55); Social isolation can be addressed (2:11:19); We can't grow enough food to feed the world according to the Food Guide (2:32:05).

-1 s2018 AUG 28
Comments
Aug 27: John McCain, GoFundMe For Neighbourhood Of House Explosion & Social Isolation

Aug 24: Police Suicides, Immigration Issues & Tobacco Packaging

The Opening Monologue (0:56); Cop suicides prompt tearful plea from union leader (21:50); Immigration issues likely to dominate next federal election campaign (43:47); When sorry isn't enough â pressure grows on companies to apologize quickly in the age of viral content (1:05:00); Packaging regulations for Tobacco Products (1:28:00); The Flip Side (1:49:56); Blue Jays weekly segment (2:13:27); Waterloo Busker Carnival celebrates 30 years (2:34:20).

-1 s2018 AUG 25
Comments
Aug 24: Police Suicides, Immigration Issues & Tobacco Packaging

Aug 23: Kitchener House Explosion, Banning Fast Food Drive-Thrus & 'Towing Bill Of Rights'

The Opening Monologue (0:56); Cause of house explosion in Kitchener still not known (21:32); Banning fast food drive-thrus could benefit public health: study (43:59); CAA launches 'Towing Bill of Rights' to help drivers (1:03:45); Waterloo region wants homegrown solution if Ford pushes governance review (1:27:10); The Flip Side (1:48:52); What's killing rural Canada (2:11:29); 570 News Sports Shorts With Elora Mohawks (2:23:20); No tolerance for teachers using a repealed sex ed curriculum, warns Doug Ford (2:33:35); 2nd Annual Northland Family Fun Day Has Something for Everyone (2:49:41).

-1 s2018 AUG 24
Comments
Aug 23: Kitchener House Explosion, Banning Fast Food Drive-Thrus & 'Towing Bill Of Rights'

Aug 22: Politics Surrounding Trump, Homelessness & Mandatory Air Conditioning

The Opening Monologue (0:56); Two bombshells in one day for Trump as Michael Cohen pleads guilty, Paul Manafort convicted by jury (22:39); Regional Councillors go on walk to see homelessness issue in Kitchener (44:11); In extreme heat, landlords should be required to keep tenants cool (1:06:22); Restoring Ontario's Public Finances (1:28:01); Kitchener House Explosion (1:39:36); The Flip Side (1:50:16); What fights about âerasingâ history are really about (2:13:02); Indigenous child and family centre in Kitchener (2:34:11); Cambridge dance teacher aims to line dance region into record books (2:47:42).

-1 s2018 AUG 23
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Aug 22: Politics Surrounding Trump, Homelessness & Mandatory Air Conditioning
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