CJME Morning News
The top 5 songs of the summer, storm experiences, Microsoft is set to lay off 18,00 people, Greg Johnson joins to talk about his new show, Mike Duffy will be charged by RCMP and What I Learned on The Show Today!
Regina has seen a huge jump in mosquito numbers this week. That means more mosquito bites, but how do you put a stop to the blood suckers? CJME's Andrew Shepherd found out there may be truth to old folklore; garlic helps anyway the vampires and it turns out it also keeps away the mosquitoes.
We go over your texts to 306-306 on mosquito remedies.
City Square still not so friendly, Talk Shots, Micahel Sam's tearful speech, Tell Me Something Good, Sharknado fan John Gormley join in studio, and your texts!
John's new glasses, mosquitoes have something in common with vampires, Mike Duffy will be charged by the RCMP, the latest develops in the Calgary case, now being called a murder, your texts and Foil!
Stranger than Fiction, Customer Service story from Hell, why you should always clean your contacts, what appointments do you put off? Weird Al's new song and What I Learned on The Show Today!
What appointments do you put off?
Viewer's Choice, the pay-per-view movie and live event service that was once dominant in Canada, will soon be part of the entertainment graveyard alongside the VHS tape and Laserdisc. A Bell Media spokeswoman confirmed to The Canadian Press on Tuesday that it plans to shutter all of the Viewer's Choice channels on September 30.
Melville's tornado sirens, Talk Shots, your texts on good customer service, Tell Me Something Good, Gormley steps in studio and he's back! Weird Al has released a new album.
What appointments do you put off? PPV is going the way of the dinosaur, another Mayor resigns after a drunken stooper, Customer Service from hell: What are your good experiences? Weird Al is back & your texts!
Mayor Fougere with his weekly visit, the latest on a missing 5 year old in Calgary, a five decade old Pen Pals, Garth Brooks is set to start his new tour in Chicago on Sept 4/14 and What I Learned on The Show Today!
A suspect in the disappearance of a five-year-old Calgary boy and his grandparents will be charged with two counts of first-degree murder and one count of second-degree murder. Police would not identify the suspect until he is formally charged, but CTV News has learned that Douglas Garland, 54, was arrested for the second time.