Wednesday, April 23, 2014
60 Seconds with John Gormley - April 23, 2014
John Gormley Live - April 23, 2014
Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - Hour One - April 23, 2014
CJME Morning News - Gas prices are rising, Netflix's upcoming price hike, Administrative Professionals' Day Trivia, the details on the sale of the Regina Pats, a Regina school is removing microwaves, and soon you can charge up in a taxi.
Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - Hour Two - April 23, 2014
CJME Morning News - Your feedback on Elsie Mironuck removing the student microwave, Talk Shots, Admin-Pro Trivia Round 3 and 4, Tell Me Something Good!, and Gormley talks about the temporary foreign workers situation in Weyburn.
Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - Hour Three - April 23, 2014
CJME Morning News - Stranger than Fiction, if you could be successful at two things what would they be? The Pats have been sold, your feedback on the text line, and What I Learned on the Show Today!
John Gormley Live - Is the temporary foreign worker program hurting the labour market?
John Gormley Live - 8:30 - The merit of the Temporary Foreign Workers program is being questioned after two Weyburn waitresses claimed they lost their jobs to TFWs. But in a province with a labour shortage, would restaurants and other businesses be able to stay open without TFWs...
John Gormley Live - The Hour of the Big Stories..Open Session
John Gormley Live - The Hour of the Big Stories..Open Session.9:05 - Ed Fast, Minister of International Trade is in Saskatoon today. Ed Fast, Federal Minister of International Trade.
John Gormley Live - How will a new state of the art Cyclotron be used at the U of S?
John Gormley Live - Saskatchewan has hit a nuclear medicine milestone this week with the arrival of our province’s very first Cyclotron, a device which will be used to advance medical research, to diagnose diseases such as cancer, and to produce medical isotopes. The machine,...
John Gormley Live - Jared Frank joins to talk about his viral video
John Gormley Live - Regina man Jared Frank has become a Youtube sensation after he posted a video of him being kicked in the head by a train conductor overseas. In addition to being an interesting video, it seems Frank may make a nice chunk of change from it as well. Jared Frank...
John Gormley Live - Should publicly displayed art have to be visually appealing?
John Gormley Live - A piece of artwork at 33rd Street and Avenue C in Saskatoon has been causing a lot of controversy this week. The project, consisting of two bales of scrap plastic, was intended to start a discussion about waste and the place of art in cities, but most people...
John Gormley Live - Saskatchewan’s Smartest Radio Listener
John Gormley Live - Saskatchewan’s Smartest Radio Listener Smart & Caring Community
$50 Audio Warehouse gift certificate AND the Winner will be able to choose a charity and the Saskatoon Community Foundation will give a $100 gift to the selected charity.
John Gormley Live - Which show got you into TV binge watching?
John Gormley Live - The results of a new study show TV binge-watching is hurting our sleep habits. The survey, conducted by SleepRate, showed 55% of respondents said marathon TV watching claimed at least 2 to 3 hours of their sleep time on a regular basis. 18% said TV claims 4...
John Gormley Live - Are Saskatchewan people some of the most charitable in Canada?
John Gormley Live - New information released by Scotiabank shows Saskatchewan and Manitoba are the two provinces in Canada most likely to leave some of their estate to charity. Are Saskatchewan people some of the most charitable in Canada?Malcolm Burrows, Scotiabank Philanthropy...
Sarah Mills Show - Round Table - Round One
The Sarah Mills Show - Round 1 @ One! Bronwyn Eyre and Murray Mandryk join the round table to
discuss the newly announced price of the Children's Hospital.
Sarah Mills Show - Price Tag for Children’s Hospital Announced
The Sarah Mills Show - Health Minister Dustin Duncan
announced today the government will invest $20-million more in the Children’s
Hospital in Saskatoon
to increase the number of inpatient beds from 152 to 176. The total
investment will now be $235.5 Million.