Roy Green - Suinday december 30 - Hour 2 by TheRoyGreenShow published on 2012-12-30T21:35:34Z 3:05: Supreme Court of Canada refused to make a decision on whether a woman testifying at a trial should be permitted to wear, or required to remove a niqab. SCC turned the case back to individual trial judges. Niqab remains an item of controversy in Canada. According to Samira and Azeezah Kanji, writing a column for the National Post titled "In Defence of the Niqab", that should not be the case. Guest: Azeezah Kanji. Programming coordinator. Noor Cultural Centre, Toronto. - 3:20: In their column "In Defence of the Niqab", Samira and Azeezah Kanji take exception to columns written challenging the wearing of the niqab. They particularly mention National Post columnist Barbara Kay. Barbara Kay reacts to what Azeezah Kanji will just have said on the program. Guest: Barbara Kay. Columnist. National Post. - 3:30: At some retail outlets (often government run liquor stores), shoppers are asked at the cash register to make a contribution to a specific charity. Jonathan Kay observed an encounter between a cashier at a liquor outlet and an individual who became very 'vocal' about being asked for money and wrote about it in the National Post. Guest: Jonathan Kay. Editor/columnist. National Post. - 3:45: The LAST WORD to Callers: When you're checking out at a retail outlet (liquor store) and are asked for money for a charity do you resent that? I do! And I refuse to give money, no matter the cause, because I'm being pushed and if I say no, for whatever reason, I'm being shamed in front of other shoppers. Set up a display where I can drop whatever I wish into a container, but no more direct virtual demands for money.