Wednesday, May 22, 2013
The Brent Loucks Show - Saskatoon Mayor Don Atchison
The Brent Loucks Show - Following last night's council meeting, Mayor Don Atchison checks in with Brent.
The Brent Loucks Show - Three Wisemen
The Brent Loucks Show -
The Brent Loucks Show - Saskatchewan Agriculture - Spring Seeding update
The Brent Loucks Show - Farmers had a good run last week with spring seeding, especially in the southwest region of the province. Cropping Management Specialist, Grant McLean with Saskatchewan Agriculture has an update.
John Gormley Live - What does it take to oust an unethical senator?
John Gormley Live - Prime Minister Stephen Harper spoke to the Conservative caucus yesterday (Tuesday) morning to express his disappointment in some senators and with his office as well. The debate over the ongoing senate scandal continues and people are calling for senator Mike...
John Gormley Live - The Hour of the Big Stories
John Gormley Live - The Hour of the Big Stories.
John Gormley Live - Do we need more immigrants in Saskatchewan?
John Gormley Live - The provincial government is happy with additional spots added to the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program, but wanted more. For 2013, Ottawa has allocated 450 more sports for Saskatchewan’s provincial nominee program, bringing the annual number from 4000...
John Gormley Live - Why is it critical to shut off your cell during flight
John Gormley Live - A recent article by Alan Levin says turning off your smartphone during flight is critical. The author joins John to explain that the need to turn off your cell when flying is definitely not a myth.Alan Levin, Bloomberg Columnist
John Gormley Live - Saskatchewan's Smartest Radio Listener
John Gormley Live - QUESTION – 1, 315 and 59. What do these numbers have in common?
Last Week's Winner: Adam Ricard- From Edenwold SK
John Gormley Live - Are government run liquor stores better than private?
John Gormley Live - MADD had released a report endorsing provincially run liquor board stores saying they are better for the health of Canadians than private stores. Andy Murie defends the report. Andy Murie, MADD Canada
John Gormley Live - Are you paying more than ever for groceries?
John Gormley Live - Food prices are steadily on the rise in Canada, making budgeting more and more difficult for Canadian families. A new report done by Ipsos Reid for RBC shows this rising trend in food prices. Richard Schwan, Regional Vice President of RBC’s Career Sales Force...
The Afternoon News - David Kirton has today’s top stories
The Afternoon News - David Kirton has today’s top stories.
The Afternoon News - A couple saves a woman as she jumps off a bridge in Saskatoon
The Afternoon News - A Regina couple in Saskatoon for the weekend saved a woman as she was jumping off the University Bridge. We hear from Vance and Michelle Phair who detail this incredible story.
The Afternoon News - A Saskatoon hockey dad finds himself cheering against the Blades
The Afternoon News - A parent from Saskatoon might be the only hockey dad cheering against the Saskatoon Blades tonight as they take on the Portland Winterhawks. We speak with Tim Leier, father of Taylor, who plays for the Winterhawks. Tim Leier
The Afternoon News - The Round Table
The Afternoon News - Round Table – with Craig Silliphant and Jackson Middleton.