MainStreet - Show Notes for 2016-09-23

September 23, 2016

HOUR ONE
1:00: THANK YOU MR. HOCKEY DAY           
Tributes for Gordie Howe have poured in since his passing earlier this year and will culminate this Sunday with a series of special events in Saskatoon. The dedication of the Gordie Howe Bridge, the interment of his ashes under the Howe statue at SaskTel Centre and a special commemoration at the Saskatoon Blades game. To us he was Mr. Hockey, but to Corey Howe, he was just Grandpa. Corey joins us now.

1:20: FIREWATER BOOK
Saskatchewan Crown Prosecutor Harold Johnson quit his job over alcohol. He joins us to talk about his new book Firewater: How Alcohol is Killing my People (and Yours).

1:30: MUSKODAY FIRST NATION
Muskoday First Nation, southeast of Prince Albert, doesn’t want undesirables living in their community. The council is trying to pass a law where they can banish people like drug dealers and pedophiles from the First Nation. This power would be the first of its kind. We’re joined by Muskoday First Nation Chief Austin Bear.

1:50: MUSKODAY FIRST NATION
Should communities have the power to banish criminals and dangerous people?

HOUR TWO
2:00: THANK YOU MR. HOCKEY DAY
A lot of people looking forward to the celebrations around Mr. Hockey this weekend in Saskatoon. CKOM reporter JT Marshall is in with all the details. 

2:20: LIBERALS’ SPENDING
Two high level Liberals racked up more than $200,000 of moving expenses for their houses, paid for by the taxpayer of course. Is this another case of Liberal entitlement or is it all politicians?

2:30: LIBERALS’ SPENDING
Is this expense problem a Liberal problem or a politician problem?

2:50: YAHOO BREACH
A massive hack on Yahoo accounts. University of Calgary professor, and author of Technocreep: The Surrender of Privacy and the Capitalization of Intimacy, joins us with insight into how to tell if yours is hit and what to do about it.

HOUR THREE
3:00: THANK YOU MR. HOCKEY DAY
A special tribute to Mr. Hockey on Sunday in Saskatoon, as the torch is passed to a new generation of players. Saskatoon Blades president Steve Hogle joins us.

3:20: MUSKODAY FIRST NATION
Should communities have the power to banish undesirable people?

3:30: QUESTION OF THE DAY
Rolling Stone has come out with their list of the top 100 TV shows of all-time. What tops your list?

3:50: The Final Countdown:
Your final chance to join the conversation on anything we talked about today. Text us 306-306 or better yet, call the show at 1-877-300-7275!