8:30 – Justice Brett Kavanaugh was confirmed to the U.S. Supreme Court over the weekend in Washington. The entire process took place under the shadow of sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh, and the political fallout from the confirmation has just begun. Reggie Cecchini, Global National’s Washington correspondent joins John to break down the confirmation and the political impact it’s expected to have.
LIVE: Reggie Cecchini, Washington correspondent with Global National.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – Rider Nation had a lot to be thankful for over the weekend, including the 19-12 win over the Edmonton Eskimos (7-8) Monday afternoon. This brings the Riders season record to 10-5, and CFL Reporter Arielle Zerr joins Gormley to break down the game and talk about the team’s playoff chances.
LIVE: Arielle Zerr, CKOM/CJME’s CFL reporter.
11:00 – A recent Canadian study found that younger people – particularly males around age 30 – are more likely to use their horns in traffic. Women were just slightly less likely to honk in traffic, but the younger the driver the more likely they were to honk. The survey also showed 1 in 3 Canadians would welcome a fine for “inappropriate honking.” That’s got us thinking: do you use your horn often, sometimes, rarely, or never? Do you think people should honk more often or less often? Do you honk because of impending danger, because you’re angry, or just to say “hello”? Call in and let us know!
12:00 – Canadian crude oil hit a record low last week compared to American crude prices due to production exceeding the capacity of Canada’s pipeline network. Brian Zinchuk, editor of Pipeline News, joins John to discuss the low prices and how Canada can bounce back.
LIVE: Brian Zinchuk, Editor at Pipeline News.