Welcome to the 100th and final episode, at least for a while, of Mostly Money.
I wanted to have a special guest for this send off show, and I don’t think I can top who offered to help me out. You know when people say, our next guest needs no introduction? That is actually true in this case. He is a Canadian icon. A broadcasting legend. This guy walks into a room and time stops. And let me tell you, it really is an honour that the one and only Peter Mansbridge is my special guest today.
With 50 years at the CBC, culminating in the top job, anchor of The National for many of those years, he’s seen a lot. I wanted to ask him a bit about what life is like inside a major network news department, but I also wanted to tap into the stories behind the stories of some of the big financial events in Canada – past elections, and budgets, the story behind how the GST was introduced, and more.
This ties in nicely as he has a new book available for pre-sales, releasing October 5th, 2021 titled “Off the Record“, in which Peter tells you the stories behind the biggest stories of our lives. I’ve already ordered my copy, and I just know I’ll be hearing Peter’s distinctive voice in my head as I read it, and I can’t wait.
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New book – “Off the Record“
Peter’s website – ThePeterMansbridge.com
Twitter account – @petermansbridge
Instagram – @thepetermansbridge