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John Gormley Live

Host : John Gormley
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Show Notes


April 1st, 2015.

8:30 a.m.- Newly released court documents filed by the RCMP allege Senator Pamela Wallin fraudulently billed the Senate for more than $25,000 in expenses she incurred on trips to Toronto and Guelph “to pursue her personal and business interests.” Combined with previous allegations, the RCMP are alleging she filed 46 fraudulent expense claims totaling about $53,000. Lee Berthiaume, Ottawa Citizen.

9:00 a.m.- The Hour of the Big Stories.

9:35 a.m.- Saskatoon woman Bonny Stevenson is hoping to meet with provincial politicians soon in the hope of affecting the way drunk drivers are handled in the province. Stevenson’s 17 year old son Quinn was hit and killed by a drunk driver in August of 2013. She feels justice has not been done. Bonny Stevenson, mother of Quinn Stevenson who passed away in 2013.

10:15 a.m.- The Conservatives have used their majority on the House of Commons public safety committee to vote down the first wave of opposition amendments to the federal anti-terrorism bill (the infamous Bill C-51). The amendments were aimed at keeping a check on new provisions. Will the Liberals continue to support the bill? Pre-Taped– Ralph Goodale, MP for Wascana.

11:00 a.m.- Saskatchewan's Smartest Radio Listener Smart & Caring Community.

12:00 p.m.- Sun Media columnist Anthony Furey says it is time to take a closer look at the “non-partisan think tank” the Broadbent Institute. Furey says the BI is THE most partisan think tank and people need to be aware, especially as we heard toward a federal election. Anthony Furey, Sun Media columnist.

About John Gormley Live

John Gormley Live has been a staple of News Talk Radio from its beginning. Each weekday morning between 8:30 a.m. and 12:30 p.m., John Gormley Live is the place where Saskatchewan comes to talk.

John is a former Saskatchewan Member of Parliament and a graduate of the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law. The insight he brings to the stories that Saskatchewan is talking about has made him one of this province’s most influential people, a recognition he received from Saskatchewan Business Magazine. 

But John’s not all business. Each week, his callers fill the phone lines to provide their Rider Prognostications and to try to become Saskatchewan’s Smartest Radio Listener. Others want to vent during Bugs Day or hear John’s Heroes and Zeroes. They also get their chance to set the agenda of the John Gormley Live during the Ultimate Open Lines.

In addition to his radio show, John writes a popular weekly column for the StarPhoenix in Saskatoon and the Leader Post in Regina. As a speaker at conventions, John entertains the crowds on topics ranging from politics to pop culture. Meanwhile, at the University of Saskatchewan, political science students have benefited from his lectures.

John recently added author to his list of credentials as an authority on Saskatchewan interests. John’s book Left Out: Saskatchewan’s NDP and the Relentless Pursuit of Mediocrity is not just about provincial politics, but an attitude John says took hold in Saskatchewan for far too long.

As a radio host, listeners have to come to expect that John Gormley will provoke opinions while getting to the bottom of the story.