The Evan Solomon Show

Evan Solomon

Seasoned political journalist and national affairs specialist Evan Solomon brings his passion for breaking news and storytelling to in-depth interviews with national and international newsmakers from the worlds of politics, sports and entertainment.

  • Hour 2 of The Evan Solomon Show for November 20th, 2019

    Robert Fife of The Globe and Mail breaks down the winners and losers of the new Liberal Cabinet. After a disastrous interview, Prince Andrew is stepping away from royal public duties. Plus, 25 years after his conviction for killing his disabled daughter, Robert Latimer wants a pardon. Listeners are divided on this issue.

  • Hour 1 of The Evan Solomon Show for November 20th, 2019

    Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has unveiled his new Liberal Cabinet. Who remained with their portfolio, were there any changes, and who are the new faces? Later, the province of Ontario is looking at lifting the pit bull ban. Some listeners believe it's a bad idea, while others take issue with how the animal is raised.

  • Hour 2 of The Evan Solomon Show for November 19th, 2019

    Evan speaks with the author of 'Unfollow: A Memoir of Loving and Leaving the Westboro Baptist Church'. Her name is Megan Phelps and she talks about growing up with the controversial church, and why she decided to leave. In local news, an Ottawa woman that was viciously beaten in Mexico has a long road to recovery. We ask if you've ever traveled abroad to an area where your security could be compromised.

  • Hour 1 of The Evan Solomon Show for November 19th, 2019

    Was it the pundit or the cup? Yes, we're talking about #FartGate. Later, we hear from Ani Spooner, an Ottawa woman who wrote about what it's like to have a port wine stain. Plus, we get the latest from the U-S impeachment inquiry.

  • Hour 2 of The Evan Solomon Show for November 18th, 2019

    We learn more about Cannabinoid Hyperemesis Syndrome (CHS), and why heavy pot users need to reduce their usage. It's been a week since divisive remarks on Hockey Night In Canada cost Don Cherry his job. Ron MacLean addressed the dismissal of his long-time co-host and friend during Saturday's broadcast. Plus, Prince Andrew's weekend interview on the Jeffrey Epstein allegations is being dubbed a 'royal faceplant'.

  • Hour 1 of The Evan Solomon Show for November 18th, 2019

    Julian Fantino, a former OPP Commissioner and former federal Cabinet Minister, is calling for the reinstatement of 'carding'. In other news, Canada is one big, happy (dysfunctional) family. Case in point: Quebec and Alberta. But first, we have got some BIG NEWS for Evan Solomon, and 'The Evan Solomon Show'.

  • Hour 2 of The Bill Carroll Show for November 15th, 2019

    Sexual assault scars young victims, no matter the gender and no matter the age. Richard Crouse explains whether or not the streaming wars are about to heat up. Why is a female Quebec politician taking heat for her wardrobe? She says her work matters more than what she wears. Plus, it looked like Daryl Sittler's 10-point game was in jeopardy last night, but Connor McDavid fell 5 points short.

  • Hour 1 of The Bill Carroll Show for November 15th, 2019

    It's been a pretty embarrassing week for some in the field of media (especially for Don Cherry, Jessica Allen, and Wolf Blitzer). Later, imagine getting a gift basket of spoiled food because the final destination is FAR AWAY from where it was put together. Yuck! CTV's Richard Madan has the latest from the President Trump impeachment hearings. Also, we tell you why you shouold NOT use the public charging stations.

  • Hour 2 of The Evan Solomon Show for November 14th, 2019

    An Ontario MPP is hoping her private members bill would declare gun violence 'a public health issue'. A man, who personally gave gifts to young kids in hospitals, has been banned from the premises. In other health news, a doctor is saying that climate change is affecting the health of children all over the world. Plus, Disney's new streaming service is warning viewers that some of its older content may contain racism. Should it be censored or should the disclaimers be issued?

  • Hour 1 of The Evan Solomon Show for November 14th, 2019

    NDP leader Jagmeet Singh met with Prime Minister Trudeau, highlighting issues that would garner the NDP's support for the Liberal minority. An organization in Saskatoon is planning to install an anonymous drop-off for newborn babies to prevent infant deaths. Phil Gurski, the author of "When Religion Kills: How Extremists Justify Violence Through Faith" says his inspiration to write the book was Ann Coulter. Plus, we he hear how a tragedy has inspired a mother to help.

  • Evan Solomon

    Host of Ottawa Now, CTV's Question Period & National Affairs Specialist for Bell Media Radio