The Riders just couldn't hold on long enough for the win and have taken their first loss of the season. The Stamps walked away with the slim 41-38 win last night. News Talk Radio Rider Insider Jamie Nye explains why.
Jamie Nye, News Talk Radio
Aurora Police are on their toes with alleged killer James Holmes. Following last night's shooting in a Colorado theater, they arrived at the 24-year-old's home to find it booby-trapped. Reuters reporter Stephanie Simon joins Richard from outside the suspect's home to give us the latest.
Stephanie Simon, Reporter
Tragedy in Aurora, Colorado. At least 12 killed and 59 injured in a bullet-riddled rampage during the premiere of The Dark Night Rises. Survivor Jennifer Seager walks us through the tragedy.
The Riders will push for their fourth straight win to keep their undefeated streak going. Saskatchewan travels to Calgary to take on the West's bottom team. News Talk Radio Rider Insider Jamie Nye gives his predictions.
According to the Bank of Canada, the country's economy is struggling due to mounting difficulties from abroad. As a result, the central bank is predicting four straight weak quarters ahead. Aron Gampel, Vice President and Deputy Chief Economist of Scotiabank, gives his thoughts.
Technology may have made life easier, but it comes with plenty of baggage. Journalist and author Richard Louv, who coined the phrase "nature-deficit disorder," suggests society's obsession with technology is leading to a fear of the outdoors. He explains why.
It's best vs. worst in the CFL West tonight. The undefeated 3-0 Riders take on the measly 1-2 Stamps. Our very own and TSN's Glen Suitor gives his thoughts on tonight's match up.
Back to Batoche launches tomorrow, and will incorporate many facets of the youth movement of the Métis across the country. Event Manager Claire Bélanger-Parker details the heavy youth focus, and all the new events this year.
Claire Bélanger-Parker, Event Manager