Outdoor Journal Radio – November 04 2017

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Greenpeace used “non actionable rhetorical hyperbole” in a campaign against Resolute Forest Products. Angelo will be joined by Seth Kursman from Resolute,
who will explain why they are suing Greenpeace, and what’s at stake.

During World War 2, there were many volunteers that served in the armed forces from small towns in Ontario. Many did not survive combat. Angelo will talk with
David Starratt from Hudson near Lac Seul about the 9 cairns that honour the “local boys” that fought and died for their country.

In the ‘Go Fish in Ontario’ segment, Darrell Donnelly from Donnelly’s Minnitaki Lodge in Northwestern Ontario will join Angelo to talk about great fishing, and his time with Buck Martinez when everyone was asking “where’s Buck?”

Award winning artist Michael Dumas joins Angelo with stories about his early days painting, and his fascination with nature and wildlife.

Retired Canadian Forces General Rick Hillier will join Angelo with his thoughts and plans for Remembrance Day.

 

Play it Safe with Retired Staff Sergeant of the OPP Bradley Schlorff – Stearns 

Lets get outside with Coleman Canada and John Winters

Go Wild with Black Angus Fine Meats and Game

Go Fish In Ontario.com with Donnelly’s Minnitaki Lodge

Gord Pyzer – Outdoor Canada Magazine

Seth Kursman , Vice President – Corporate Communications, Sustainability and Government Affairs Resolute Forest Products – Montreal, Quebec

David Starratt – Hudson/Lac Seul

Michael Dumas – Award Winning Canadian Artist – Peterborough, Ontario

General Rick Hillier – Former Chief of Defence – Canadian Armed Forces