Monday, May 27, 2013
60 Seconds with John Gormley - May 27, 2013
John Gormley Live -
The Brent Loucks Show - Lockdowns at Schools
The Brent Loucks Show - John McGettigan, President of the Saskatoon Teachers Assoc talks about schools and lockdowns.
The Brent Loucks Show - Three Wisemen
The Brent Loucks Show - Brent, John and Wray get together for their daily chat about the latest topics.
John Gormley Live - The Roughriders begin training camp this week
John Gormley Live - It’s that time of year!! The Saskatchewan Roughriders will be heading to Saskatoon June 1st to kick off this year’s training camp. Roughriders President & CEO Jim Hopson joins the show to talk about record season ticket sales, stadium capacity and all...
John Gormley Live - Open Lines
John Gormley Live - 9:05 Mike/Merle Roundtable
Rob Ford: Guilty or victimized?
Body checking: Hockey Can right or SK right?
Memorial cup: Good turnout or too many empty seats?
(Price just right or too high??)Mike Couros, Insurance and group benefits broker Lise Merle, Founder...
John Gormley Live - Is Rob Ford guilty or a victim of slander?
John Gormley Live - Toronto Mayor Rob Ford is still in the throes of a crack cocaine scandal. Did he or didn’t he? Last week, he vehemently denied allegations that he uses the substance. He also fired his chief of staff, allegedly because he told the Mayor he should go to...
John Gormley Live - Could suicidal behavior be contagious?
John Gormley Live - A new study published by the Canadian Medical Associate Journal says teens who had a classmate die by suicide are significantly more likely to think about or attempt suicide themselves. This is being called “suicide contagion”. Ian Colman, Canada Research...
John Gormley Live - Body checking is no longer allowed in Canadian peewee hockey
John Gormley Live - Hockey Canada has voted to ban body checking in peewee hockey. Saskatchewan was the only province to vote against the ban. Alan Hubbs, President of the Saskatchewan Hockey Association
Response: Hockey Canada got it right. Todd Millar, Author: Moron: The...
The Afternoon News - Today's top stories
Saskatoon Afternoon - David Kirton has today's top stories.
The Afternoon News - How to travel safely with your pet
Saskatoon Afternoon - An
advisory committee for the City of Saskatoon is pushing to ban dogs in
open truck beds. Families across Saskatchewan will be transporting their
pets, especially as summer approaches. What are the best ways to do so?
Tiffany Koback with the Saskatoon...
The Afternoon News - Empty seats at the Memorial Cup
Saskatoon Afternoon - Saskatoon
had the fourth highest attendance at the Memorial Cup final in
championship history yet the empty seats were a hot topic among fans.
How did the promoters do? Wray Morrison, sports director for News Talk
Radio weighs in.