Thursday, May 9, 2013
John Gormley Live - Joe Oliver, Federal Minister of Natural Resources - Federal Natural Resources Minister Joe Oliver refutes oilsands comments made by Al Gore
John Gormley Live - Minister Joe Oliver is concerned with
comments former US President Al Gore is making in his recently published
book. Minister Oliver is appalled at Gore’s accusation that
Canada’s oilsands are an “open sewer” and says Gore does
not know the facts about...
John Gormley Live - Ken Taylor, International Cyber Security Protection Alliance, North American representative - How cyber crime is an increasing concern for Canadian businesses
John Gormley Live - Cyber Crime is an important issue for
businesses today. A recent survey report by the International Cyber Security
Protection Alliance has determined the impact of cyber crime in Canada and
is a useful tool to raise awareness of cyber crime and its...
John Gormley Live - What did you love about the 90s?
John Gormley Live - The 90s is making a comeback! If you take a look
at pop culture in 2013, you might think it’s actually 1993.
That’s because a resurgence of all things 90s is underway, from
television shows, to music, and fashion. What did you love about the
John Gormley Live - Sarah Zelinski, U of S Student - Students from the U of S create a Youtube hit
John Gormley Live - Three Saskatoon students from the
University of Saskatchewan are the creators of a viral video on Youtube. The
video deals with traditional gender role portrayals in media and within
advertising specifically. The girls took a number of violent or shocking...
The Afternoon News - Today’s top stories
The Afternoon News - David Kirton has today’s top stories.
The Afternoon News - What men don’t tell women about business
The Afternoon News - How do men really view women in the business world? Christopher Flett is breaking the code of silence and is letting us know in his book What Men Don’t Tell Women About Business. He’s in Saskatoon today and tomorrow for the Women Entrepreneur conference. He...
The Afternoon News - The changing face of Saskatchewan
The Afternoon News - Nearly seven per cent of Saskatchewan’s population are immigrants. Almost 27,000 immigrants came here between 2006 and 2011. One of those people is Ali Ahmad. Arriving during high school, the 23-year-old is now the owner of the Mogul Divaan, a Pakistani...
The Afternoon News - The Round Table
The Afternoon News - Round Table – with Bronwyn Eyre and Angela Hill.
The Afternoon News - How smartphones are helping farmers become more efficient
The Afternoon News - The technology of basic farming machines hasn’t changed much over the last century, but the way farmers are using technology certainly has. Andrew Campbell is an example of a Canadian farmer who is seeing the benefit of mobile technology like new smartphone...
The Afternoon News - A North Battleford war veteran captured by the Nazis tells his story on film
The Afternoon News - Henry Beaudry is a prisoner of war survivor and artist who grew up on a reserve just outside of North Battleford. Recording his extraordinary experiences through art, the 92-year-old vet now tells his story to documentary filmmaker Anthony Towstego. Anthony...
The Green Zone - May 9, 2013
The Green Zone -