Monday, December 9, 2013
60 Seconds with John Gormley - December 9, 2013
John Gormley Live -
The Brent Loucks Show - CKOM's Adopt A Family
The Brent Loucks Show - Kelly Wormsbecker, the sponsorship coordinator with the Salvation Army, joins Brent to chat about Adopt A Family.
The Brent Loucks Show - Three Wisemen
The Brent Loucks Show - Brent, John and Wray get together for their daily chat about the latest topics.
The Brent Loucks Show - Deer Population
The Brent Loucks Show - The number of deer in our province is way down due to last year’s cold winter. Darrell Crabbe, the Executive Director of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, joins Brent to discuss the decline in population.
John Gormley Live - How is morale at the Lanigan potash mine?
John Gormley Live - Last week, PotashCorp revealed they would be laying off 18% of their workforce, which mean 440 jobs in Saskatchewan would be eliminated permanently. On our show, the Mayor Lanigan, Andrew Cebryk, expressed the devastating effect the loss of 240 jobs would...
John Gormley Live - The Hour of the Big Stories.. Open Session
John Gormley Live - The Hour of the Big Stories.. Open Session.
John Gormley Live - If you were talking to the Senate about the CBC, what would you say?
John Gormley Live - Prime Minister Stephen Harper has said CBC will not be getting more money to make up for a decline in funds after losing advertising revenue from Hockey Night in Canada. This brought into question the future of the CBC. The Senate is now planning a...
John Gormley Live - Is it ever ok to fire a gun to scare away intruders?
John Gormley Live - Back in the spring, an elderly Saskatoon couple awoke to the sounds of breaking glass in their house. 72 year old Hugh Lindholm and his wife, Beverly, found a drunken intruder had thrown a 40 lb brick through a window and was demanding Lindholm’s car keys....
John Gormley Live - What are the biggest privacy challenges facing Saskatchewan?
John Gormley Live - Saskatchewan’s privacy commissioner was called after a traffic officer with the transport compliance branch at the Ministry of Highways had an incident with another driver while heading to work in 2010. The traffic officer wanted to know why the other driver...
John Gormley Live - Coming up, what does the Old Farmer’s Almanac predict for this winter?
John Gormley Live - The 2014 Old Farmer’s Almanac is
out for this year. It’s North America’s oldest continuously
published periodical and foretells what this winter will bring, whether
it’s a white Christmas, bitter cold, or a mountain of snow. The
editors claim their...
Sarah Mills Show - Round Table - Round One
The Sarah Mills Show - Round 1! Bronwyn Eyre and Murray Wood join the round table to tackle today's top stories
Sarah Mills Show - Sidewalk clearing
The Sarah Mills Show - Should you be legally required to shovel the sidewalk in front of your house?
Sarah Mills Show - Round Table - Round Two
The Sarah Mills Show - Round 2! Bronwyn Eyre and Murray Mandryk are in the hot seats to give their thoughts on today's top stories.
Sarah Mills Show - Should players be able to be legally charged for on-ice incidents?
The Sarah Mills Show - With the recent event in the NHL with a player being taken away on a
stretcher, should players be able to be legally charged for on-ice
incidents? Wray Morrison joins the show.