There's no greater example of "official" insanity in Vancouver's drug-adled Downtown Eastside than the so-called Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users, also known as VANDU. They preach drug abuse, victimization and enablement. They coddle crack pushers and scorn the cops. Oh, and by the way, if you live in B.C., you fund the whole gong show. Aiyanas Ormond, a VANDU employee, tries to justify VANDU's existence in a hard-hitting interview with Mark. Parental discretion is advised.
When British Columbians head to the polls May 14, will they be educated about their provincial government, and the chicanery of Christy Clark's BC Liberals? Of course not. Join Mark as he talks to Joe Trasolini, incumbent NDP MLA for Port Moody-Coquitlam, about the Little Mountain "relocation" scandal, which has forced taxpayers to house former Little Mountain residents in expensive private market housing. And the ongoing cover-up, by BC Housing, of a damning report from the Office of the Comptroller General. It's investigative reporting, Roadkill-style!
Mark Hasiuk is joined by Diane Watts, researcher for Real Women of Canada (.ca), who expresses her organization's stance on such varied topics as equality in the work place, abortion, family rights, child care, abuse, slut-walking, and feminism as a socialist agenda. Tune in to hear a Real Woman of Canada who believes that women [...]
Join Mark Hasiuk for this so-pathetic-you-have-to-laugh episode, in which Jordan Bateman of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation reviews many of the organizations Teddy Waste Awards. Grit your teeth and gird your loins as example after example of tax dollar waste and abuse is reviewed. You may have heard of some of these, but some may really [...]
Mark Hasiuk laments the sad decline of journalism, which has lost the trust of the public due to its own bias and incompetence. William Randolph Hearst (and not George Orwell, as many journalists will incompetently misattribute) once said “News is something somebody doesn't want printed; all else is advertising.” Is that all that's left in [...]
Mark Hasiuk interviews Joe Trasolini, the NDP MLA for Port Moody-Coquitlam. The main topic today is the plan to spend – or should we say over-spend – more than $144,000,000 taxpayer dollars to renovate certain downtown "fleabag" hotels to use as low income housing. As the official Opposition Critic for Housing, Construction, and Business Development, [...]
In this RoadKill Radio exclusive, Mark Hasiuk exposes the latest shenanigans of Vancouver Mayor Gregor Robertson. This time, Robertson seems to have strategically placed special friends on the city's Task Force on Housing Affordability who are more than willing to help him turn city-owned property into "affordable" high-rises. But a quick follow of the money [...]
Mark Hasiuk speaks again with Vivian "follow the money" Krause, the intrepid researcher and freelance journalist who for years has been connecting the financial dots between big American money and selective Canadian charities that – oh, by the way – seem to benefit big American corporations at the expense of Canada. Evidence abounds, but so [...]
Mark Hasiuk speaks with independent researcher and freelance journalist Vivian Krause about her progress on uncovering the money trail that identifies United States special interest groups influencing the affairs of Canada. Of special note is the enormous amount of money and influence being funneled through environmental groups that seem to benefit US oil companies at [...]
Mark Hasiuk explains the roadblocks being thrown in front of his quest for information about the misuse of company debit cards by BC Housing. The information has already been culled, studied, and cited in an audit that exposed the misuse. But releasing specific information to a member of the press – and therefore to the [...]