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2:05pm: A CN rail line is being blocked by native protesters in Sarnia, Ontario, in support of Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence's hunger strike and is receiving increasing support according to a spokesman for First Nations individuals involved. Support coming from as far away as California. A court injunction has granted police the right to stop the blockade, but Sarnia police have indicated they plan to take no action if there's no safety risk.
Guest: Mike Bradley. Mayor. Sarnia, Ontario.
2:20: Fiscal cliff? Or more of a Fiscal hill? If agreement between Democrats and Republicans on the so-called Fiscal Cliff isn't reached, is it really economic chaos and the U.S. sliding back into recession, or is the doom and gloom more hyperbole than reality?
Guest: Tom Caldwell. Chairman. Caldwell Securities. Seats on the New York and Toronto Stock Exchanges.
2:30: Moments after Green blogs the tires are blown on the NHL/NHLPA CBA talks and it's time to cancel the season, the NHL makes a new offer to the players. Is it enough? Will we have a 48 game season?
Guest: Howard Bloom. Canadian expert on the business of sport. Sportsbusinessnews.com.
2:45: More Howard Bloom and The LAST WORD to Callers (plus we'll ask for an NHLPA member to call in).