Thursday, April 25, 2013
John Gormley Live - It seems as though summer may actually come to Saskatchewan. What are you looking forward to most?
John Gormley Live - It seems with raising temperatures in the province summer may actually come to Saskatchewan. What are you looking forward to most?
John Gormley Live - How much personal info are you willing to give up to download that new app?
John Gormley Live - Changing online privacy rules could lead to more of your personal information being gleaned from your smartphone every time you surf the web or download a new app. Do you know how much you are giving up?Duncan Stewart , Director of Research, Deloitte Canada...
John Gormley Live - Why spending hours in front of the TV is WORSE for kids than being sedentary
John Gormley Live - 12:00 – A new study reveals that too many hours spent in front of the TV or computer is worse for kids sedentary time. Jean-Philipe Chaput, Researcher, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario Research Institute
The Afternoon News - Today’s top stories
The Afternoon News - David Kirton has today’s top stories.
The Afternoon News - Cheap clothing at a deadly price
The Afternoon News - Canada's Joe Fresh is one of the brands that are made in the collapsed Bangladesh factory that killed over 200 people. Loblaws says their clothes are made in a "socially responsible way” and their workers are paid a “fair wage.” Should we feel guilty for...
60 Seconds with John Gormley - April 25, 2013
John Gormley Live -
The Afternoon News - Flooding efforts ramp up around Saskatchewan
The Afternoon News - We’re finally seeing some warm sunshine which means the province’s new emergency management base for flooding is busy. We check in on flooding efforts with Duane McKay, commissioner for the base. Duane McKay
The Afternoon News - The Round Table
The Afternoon News - Round Table – with Bronwyn Eyre and Jackson Middleton.
The Afternoon News - Do baby boomers belong in trendy restaurants?
The Afternoon News - Do baby boomers belong in trendy restaurants? Are they the “casualties of today’s dining scene” as one Globe and Mail article reads? Simon Reynolds, chef, and owner of Simon’s Fine Foods and Craig Silliphant, food critic, weigh in.Sim Reynolds, Chef and Owner...
The Afternoon News - A new document shines light on the death of a five-year-old foster girl
The Afternoon News - Details are emerging about decisions Winnipeg social workers could have made that might have saved the life of five-year old Phoenix Sinclair. Only parts of the review by Winnipeg Child and Family Services were ever released, but now the entire file, and two...
The Green Zone - April 25th, 2013
The Green Zone - The Kickoff: Jamie has today's top stories
The NFL Draft is underway, but what kind of impact will it have on the CFL? Should the CFL even make Canadians playing American junior available? Glen Suitor stops by to share his thoughts in today's Big Story....
Wednesday, April 24, 2013