While the Craven Country Jamboree is being inundated with water woes, organizers are hoping for better conditions at the Ness Creek Music Festival. Entertainment Coordinator Debra Aitken sets up next weekend's event near Big River, SK.
Debra Aitken, Entertainment Coordinator
Contrary to popular belief, a new report suggets distracted driving laws are NOT making the roads any safer. Steve LaFleur, an analyst with the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, believes it has less to do with drinking or texting than you think.
Steve LaFleur, Frontier Centre for Public Policy
Angela Hill and Murray Wood join Richard on the round table
What does it take to be a journalist? For Lainey Lui, all it takes is a computer. The ETALK reporter tells Richard exactly how she has broken many stories before other large media outlets.
Lainey Lui, ETALK
It might not have been the prettiest win last weekend, but the Riders will go for another in the 'W' column tomorrow against the Grey Cup champ BC Lions. Jamie Nye, News Talk Radio's Rider Insider, explains why both teams will be playing as if it were a title game.
Jamie Nye, News Talk Radio
Thomas Mulcair may be wearing the cowboy hat and plaid shirt at the Calgary Stampede, but is this enough to change the perception of the federal NDP leader? Edmonton Sun columnist Lorne Gunter explains how Mulcair is sticking to his guns on his position on the energy sector.
Lorne Gunter, Columnist, Edmonton Sun
3:00 p.m. Thomas Mulcair may be wearing the cowboy hat and plaid shirt at the Calgary Stampede, but is this enough to change the perception of the federal NDP leader?
50 years ago today, the Rolling Stones played their first ever live show. A lot has happened to the Rock and Roll Hall of Famers since 1962. Victor Coelho, Professor of Music at Boston University, joins Richard to talk about 50 years of satisfaction.
Victor Coelho, Professor of Music at Boston University
The student protests in Quebec are heading West. The Canadian Federation of Students is organizing and funding a trip to ten Ontario universities, in what has become known as the Quebec-Ontario Student Solidarity Tour. It's in an effort to teach Ontario student leaders how to learn from Quebec's paralyzing student strikes. However, Alexandre Meterissian, a student journalist from McGill University, says these protestors don't speak for all Quebec students.
Alexandre Meterissian, Journalism student, McGill University
Craig Silliphant and Angela Hill join Richard on the round table.