Charles Adler, QMI Agency

A 37-year radio and television broadcast veteran, Adler started his career when he was only 18, in Montreal, and has worked in Vancouver, Montreal, Hamilton, Toronto, London, and Winnipeg. Calgary gave Adler his start in talk radio where he hosted Hot Talk on CISS - AM. In 1992 Adler took his microphone to Tampa, Florida and turned Hot Talk into a nationally syndicated show hitting more than 120 markets in the USA. In 1994, Adler moved up to Boston, and began hosting Adler on Line, a controversial nightly primetime television show for which he won a Best TV Host for New England Emmy. Following a return to Canada with CFRB in Toronto in 1996, Adler joined CJOB Winnipeg, where his show enjoyed one of the highest audience shares in North America. In the fall of 2005 Adler On Line went national on the Corus Radio Network. Adler currently hosts the Charles Adler Show daily on Corus that airs on more than a dozen radio stations from Vancouver to Toronto. Winnipeg is where Adler has spent more than a third of his adult life and he now considers it his adopted hometown. He will be one of the hosts on Sun News Network.


British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher acknowledges applauds on Ocotber 13, 1989 at the end of the Conservative Party conference in Blackpool. At left Foreign Secretary John Major and at right Home Secretary John Hurt. (AFP)

God bless the queen of democracy

There are no Margaret Thatchers on the world stage right now for a real simple human reason: She was unique. She was special. She was exceptional.