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Tuesday, December 10, 2013
60 Seconds with John Gormley Live - December 10, 2013
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Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - Hour One - December 10, 2013
CJME Morning News - With the Christmas season upon us, and to go along with the theme of today‘s show. We’re asking which do you prefer: Giving presents or receiving gifts.
Christmas wish lists today are bursting with material items. But a humble 98-year-old letter sent to Santa...
Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - Hour Two - December 10, 2013
CJME Morning News - How hard to you find your parents to buy for? What is the worst thing to give your parents?
This morning’s Talk Shots is brought to you by the Green Zone’s Jamie Nye.
We go over your texts to 306-306 on what to get your parents for Christmas.
WestJet is full...
Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - Hour Three - December 10, 2013
CJME Morning News - Fougere stops by for his weekly visit to talk budgets, possible tax increases and Christmas shopping.
Filled with modern gadgets and the latest toys, Christmas wish lists today are bursting with material items. But a humble 98-year-old letter sent to Santa...
John Gormley Live - How will new provincial funding for policing be used?
John Gormley Live - The provincial government is proving $13.6 million in funding for targeted policing initiatives in 9 communities across the province. The money will be divided between Regina (4.4 m), Saskatoon(4.5 m), PA(1.9 m), Moose Jaw (315,000), Estevan (315,000),...
John Gormley Live - The Hour of the Big Stories..Open Session
John Gormley Live - The Hour of the Big Stories..Open Session.
John Gormley Live - What do you think it will take for people to use winter tires?
John Gormley Live - This past weekend, police in Saskatchewan were kept busy not by crime, but by dozens of car accidents. One particularly nasty mess happened near the Sid Buckwold Bridge in Saskatoon on Friday, where a 16 vehicle crash happened, tying up traffic for quite...
John Gormley Live - Why do settlers come to Saskatchewan?
John Gormley Live - In his book “Settling Saskatchewan,” author Alan Anderson identifies and explains the patterns of immigration and settlement in the province and sheds light on the many peoples who now comprise our extraordinarily diverse cultural mosaic. Anderson talks not...
John Gormley Live - Which programs and services should be cut at the U of S?
John Gormley Live - The University of Saskatchewan has released a couple of reports ranking programs and services under review as part of the TransformUS cost-cutting process aimed at finding $25 million in savings to help avoid a $44 million deficit in 2016. Programs and...
John Gormley Live - Will Saskatchewan’s economy cool in 2014?
John Gormley Live - The Conference Board of Canada has released their Provincial Outlook: Autumn 2013. The piece concludes that most Canadian provinces can expect stronger economic growth n 2014. For Saskatchewan, our economy is expected to cool from a gain of 4% this year to 2....
The Sarah Mills Show - Roundtable Round 1
The Sarah Mills Show - Bronwyn Eyre and Murray Wood join the roundtable to discuss today's top stories.
The Sarah Mills Show - Public Health
The Sarah Mills Show - Public health advocates are pushing for graphic cigarette style health warnings on booze. How much impact do you think this will have on consumption?
The Sarah Mills Show - Roundtable Round 2
The Sarah Mills Show - Bronwyn Eyre and Murray Mandryk jump in the hot seats to tackle the top stories of the day!