Roy Green - Sun Jan 6th - Hour 3 by TheRoyGreenShow published on 2013/01/06 22:40:57 +0000 4:05: How does one of Canada's most experienced labour contract and Collective Bargaining Agreement experts view the long process before the league and players association early this morning announced their tentative agreement? Guest: George Smith. Fmr. Chief labour contract negotiator for Air Canada, Canadian Pacific and CBC. 37 years experience. Adjunct professor at the School of Industrial Relations at Queen's University. Teaches a course in negotiations and conflict resolution. - 4:20: What impact has the NHL lockout had on small business with direct dealings with NHL games? Bars, restaurants, smaller hotels, etc. As well, in a broader sense on a wider spectrum of the Canadian economy? Green Show 'Money' panelists from "Beauties and the Beast" segment with their views. Guests: Catherine Swift. Chair. Canadian Federation of Independent Business. Linda Leatherdale. VP: Cambria Canada and independent business journalist at lindaleatherdalecom. - 4:30: The tentative agreement and what it means from the U.S. perspective. From the business side and from keeping American NHL franchises financially viable. And .... fans continue to have their say on the deal and whether they will return immediately. Imagine any other major business stopping production of its product for a long a term as the NHL stopped playing and expecting customer base to immediately return to display brand loyalty. Guest: Mark Yost. Green Show contributor and columnist on the business of sport for the Wall Street Journal and Sports Illustrated. Author of many sports books including "Varsity Green" (on huge business of university sports in the U.S.) - 4:45: More Mark Yost and The LAST WORD to Callers.