Holding politicians to account for the working men and women of “Ruffneck Nation” (Guest: Bernard Hancock)

January 9th, 2019

31 mins 29 secs

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About this Episode

The pro-pipeline trucker’s convoys and protests that began in December are still rolling on.

On Tuesday, another took place in Regina at the Legislature, where activists, politicians and even unionized steelworkers, came together and braved the cold to send a message to Ottawa - “Build that pipe!”

While watching the online chatter about the rally, I noticed a familiar face was on his way to Saskatchewan to stand up for Canadian jobs.

It was Rebel fan favourite and viral video sensation Bernard Hancock!

Affectionately known as Bernard the Roughneck, he famously went to Ottawa in his hard hat and coveralls to deliver a petition signed by nearly 35K Canadians in favour of pipelines.

After the rally at the legislature, I caught up with Bernard via Skype from the road between Kindersley and Regina.

Today, Bernard shares his opinions on everything, from the rally in Regina, to the Yellow Vest movement (he is not a fan), to his new plans to fight for issues that matter to the people he calls “Ruffneck Nation.”

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