Monday, May 11, 2015
John Gormley Live - May 11, 2015 - The Monday Morning Rundown & Open Session
John Gormley Live - The Monday Morning Rundown with Mike/Merle Mike Couros, Insurance and benefits brokerLise Merle, Founder of Socialite MediaTODAY ON THE SHOW:
- What will the Alberta NDP win mean for western Canada?
- Is the government’s MRI plan misguided?
- Elizabeth May:...
John Gormley Live - May 11, 2015 - What will the NPD win in Alberta mean for western Canada?
John Gormley Live - The election in Alberta last week was a huge change, kicking the PCs out and bringing the NDP into power for the first time. Some in Saskatchewan, including Premier Brad Wall, say Albertans are welcome to start a mass exodus across the border. What will this...
John Gormley Live - May 11, 2015 - Ralph Goodale joins & We play you more of Elizabeth May's tragic speech
John Gormley Live - Last week the federal Liberal party unveiled a new plank in the economic portion of its election platform, calling it a "plan for fairness for middle class families." Liberal MP for Regina-Wascana, and the only Liberal MP in Saskatchewan, joins to talk about...
John Gormley Live - May 11, 2015 - What were the highlights from Saskatchewan Fashion Week?
John Gormley Live - Saskatchewan Fashion Week 2015 took place over the weekend and displayed the diversity of our province’s fashion industry. What were the highlights?Melissa Fiacco, Saskatchewan Fashion Week
Jill Slater and Dave Arnold - May 11, 2015 - Hour One
Jill Slater and Dave Arnold - GUN
LAW: New Conservative legislation that changes the gun licensing system is
set to become law this spring. It’s officially called Bill C-42, but
it’s better known as the Common Sense Firearms Licensing Act. It has
drawn sharp criticism even within...
Jill Slater and Dave Arnold - May 11, 2015 - Hour Two
Jill Slater and Dave Arnold - FAKE SOLDIER: You might remember this guy. The fake
soldier who was dressed up at a Remembrance Day ceremony last fall has been
sentenced…Frank Gervais was wearing a Canadian Forces uniform when he
was interviewed on television last fall…this was...
Jill Slater and Dave Arnold - May 11, 2015 - Hour Three
Jill Slater and Dave Arnold - BEST PROPOSAL: Everyone is safe after a fire in an
apartment building in Regina
over the weekend. You could say…a romance got a little hotter too. A
boa constrictor, a passport and an engagement ring were rescued from the
fire. Afterwards…a man got...
Saskatoon Afternoon - Elizabeth May
Saskatoon Afternoon - Green
party Leader Elizabeth May says she is "very apologetic" about
remarks she made on the weekend at the annual press gallery dinner. Her
speech fell flat, which lead David to thinking about a time when he
bombed a speech. What about you, was it a best...
Saskatoon Afternoon - Uber
Saskatoon Afternoon - Wonder
where to park your bike in downtown Saskatoon? New bike stands are
being created out of the
former parking meters. CKOM reporter Kelly Malone joins David to talk
about this and the first conversation between Uber (the ride-share
group) and the...
Saskatoon Afternoon - Shauna Foster
Saskatoon Afternoon - Green
party Leader Elizabeth May says she is "very apologetic" about remarks
she made on
the weekend at the annual press gallery dinner. What exactly did she
say? And the time that C95’s Shauna Foster bombed a speech – she joins
Saskatoon Afternoon - Quest for the Stanley Cup
Saskatoon Afternoon - Another Canadian team out of the playoffs and only the Habs left. CKOM sports director Wray
Morrison talks about what’s next in the quest for the Stanley Cup.
Saskatoon Afternoon - Public Appearance Blunders
Saskatoon Afternoon - Shauna Foster shares another one of her public appearance blunders with David.
Saskatoon Afternoon - Tough Times
Saskatoon Afternoon -
It has been a tough time for people living north-east of Saskatoon. In
Carrot River, three teens are being buried, and only weeks before the
murder of a mom and her three kids from the same community.
David explores the grief of small towns and what...
Saskatoon Afternoon - Vince Li
Saskatoon Afternoon - Vince Li, the man who beheaded a fellow passenger on a Greyhound bus, has been approved to move
from a mental hospital to a group home in Winnipeg. His victim’s mom speaks.