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CJME Morning News - June 10, 2015

HOUR ONE

There are still many questions about the man responsible for the police shooting in Edmonton. The body of 42-year-old Norman Raddatz was found in the ashes of the burned out home. Police were there to arrest him when he opened fire on them, firing more than 50 shots. John Wilson joins to give us a sneak peak at the coming weekend weather. The number of Riders sidelined by various injuries continues to grow at Riders Training Camp. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthday and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! Kim Blevins from the Craven Country Jamboree joins to let us know how we can still as the countdown to Craven is almost underway. The latest physical fitness report from ParticipAction says Canadian kids need to spend more time outside on their own. Our Adriana Christianson went down to a track meet for Regina Catholic Schools and they don't need a report to tell them what they already know. Proving that Saskies are great people Graham Dalaet helped one man strike something on his bucket list.

HOUR TWO

Over all, the Auditor-General examined 80,000 expense claims from 116 senators between 2011 and 2013, and determined that the approval system in the Red Chamber was broken. Mr. Ferguson said the lack of transparency around Senate expenses became obvious early in the audit process. 650 CHED Reporter Kevin Robertson joins this morning to update us on the tragic shooting in Edmonton that left one officer dead and another injured. The walking wounded list grew significantly yesterday afternoon at Riders camp. At this point, head coach Corey Chamblin says it's nothing to worry about too much. The only one who head coach Corey Chamblin expects to be out for a little while still is Tyron Brackenridge. Chamblin would only describe the injury as a minor strain. Our Kevin Martel joins in studio; Kevin had the privilege to find out what you thought of the Regina Public Library allowing you to search porn on their public computers. John Gormley joins to share his thoughts on the Senate report and previews what’s coming up on his show today. We update you on the power outages and traffic across the Queen City this morning.

HOUR THREE

John Wilson joins to give us a quick mid-week update on the weekend weather and what we can expect the next week –Sam is wishing for a thunderstorm. Jamie Nye joins us from Saskatoon this morning to update us on the growing injured list at Rider’s training camp. Proving that Saskies are great people Graham Dalaet helped one man strike something on his bucket list – going to a Stanley Cup Final. Canada's auditor general has laid bare the Senate's expense-account excesses and is calling for independent oversight to teach the upper chamber some respect for the public purse. But it was a costly exercise. Kevin Robertson from 650 CHED updates us on the tragic shooting of Officer Daniel Woodall Monday night at the hands of Norman Raddatz. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

CJME Morning News - June 9, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: How do you keep cool when water isn’t an option?

HOUR ONE

One Edmonton police officer is dead, another wounded after things went horribly sideways while they were delivering an arrest warrant in the west part of the city. Global Edmonton’s Michel Boyer updates us on the ongoing situation. Police in New York and US Marshalls are on the hunt for two escaped murderers who managed to get out of a maximum security prison. Not only are police looking for these guys -- they want to know who helped them get out. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! Our Kevin Martel was on a mission to keep cool yesterday – and when you aren’t suppose to be wasting water it’s a ton harder than one might think. He joins us on this phone this morning to tell us where his journey took him – and has inspired our Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: How do you keep cool when water isn’t an option? The Riders were back at it at training camp yesterday and Head Coach Corey Chamblin was not happy with the effort he saw from the green and white. And after almost two years of work, auditor general Michael Ferguson’s long-awaited audit of Senate spending is about to be released to the public.

HOUR TWO

The issues at our water treatment plant will soon be fixed. The city of Regina is slowly phasing out the water restrictions over the next couple weeks. Our Adriana Christianson has been following the story and brings us the latest details this morning. We take some of your texts on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning and this morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by Jill & Dave and their conversation on the situation in Malaysia. One Edmonton police officer is dead, another wounded after things went horribly sideways while they were delivering an arrest warrant in the west part of the city. Global Edmonton’s Michel Boyer updates us on the ongoing situation. It’s time for the good news with Tell Me Something Good! John Gormley joins to share his thoughts on the hot topics of the morning and previews what’s coming up on his show today. The Bolts pulled off a win in Chicago last night who are currently up in the series against the Blackhawks 2-1.

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere joins in studio for his weekly visit and updates us on the water conservation in Regina now that the city announced it will slowly start to fill the restrictions on water usage. The Green Zone’s Jamie Nye joins from Saskatoon to update us on yesterday’s sessions at Riders Training Camp. One Edmonton police officer is dead, another wounded after things went horribly sideways while they were delivering an arrest warrant in the west part of the city. We got now to the scene where we find Global Edmonton's Michel Boyer. The water on at Buffalo Pound Lake was too warm on top and too cold on the bottom. That's the answer to the puzzle of what caused Regina's water woes. Our Adriana Christianson joins to give us the details. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

CJME Morning News - June 8, 2015

HOUR ONE

The first week of Rider’s Training Camp is now in the books with a pre-season game now looming. GM Brendan Taman says the evaluation continues, the green and white head back to camp this morning. The Lac La Ronge Indian Band has declared an emergency situation and some residents have been evacuated as multiple wildfires continue to burn in the area. Saturday’s thunder and lightning storm has had lasting effects that continue to wreak havoc in the Northern Saskatchewan. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! The NHL finals are currently tied 1-1 as Game 3 is tonight in Chicago. Meanwhile in Edmonton this weekend, Canada triumphed over China in the FIFA Women’s World Cup. We go back in time for the News Rewind where we update you on the news that broke over the weekend you may have missed. And Apple is looking to get into the streaming-music world.

HOUR TWO

The first week of Riders training camp is in the books. Day 7 wrapped up with the mock game this afternoon at Griffith Stadium in Saskatoon. Our Adriana Christianson has been keeping an eye on the dandelion problem in the city after one lady was given two letters to clean up her yard – while the parks in Regina are rampant with yellow fields. Jennifer Lopez's televised sexy concert shaking was too much for Morocco. The 45-year-old singer's outfits and suggestive stage moves at the Mawazine Festival in front of 160,000 people, have led to national outcry and even a lawsuit. Evraz Place is one of the busiest event-complexes in the country, next weekend is no exception, with the set-up started for Canada's Farm Progress Show and the sold out Ed Sheeran show, public parking will not be available on Evraz Place grounds. It’s time for some good news with Tell Me Something Good! John Gormley joins in studio to share his thoughts on the Hot Topics of the morning and shares what’s coming up on his show. And we update you on the traffic problems in Regina.

HOUR THREE

We go back in time for the News Rewind where we bring you the headlines from the weekend you may have missed. Jamie Nye joins to review the first week of Rider’s Training Camp. Christine Sinclair converted a penalty kick in the second minute of second-half stoppage time, giving host Canada a 1-nil win over China in the opening match of the Women's World Cup. The Women's World Cup of soccer continues tonight with Group D play in Winnipeg. Our Adriana Christianson has been keeping an eye on the dandelion problem in the city after one lady was given two letters to clean up her yard – while the parks in Regina are rampant with yellow fields. And What I Learned on the Show Today!

CJME Morning News - June 5, 2015

HOUR ONE

The Women's World Cup kicks off tomorrow in Edmonton and yesterday they had their pre-tournament press conference and it was supposed to be about the ladies and soccer and when it got to the Q & A portion, all eyes were on the scandal. The Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) is meeting in Vienna today and it doesn't look like they're going to mess with oil output levels after all. For the last couple days we've had a special guest in the Queen City. Former Sergeant at Arms of the House of Commons and now Canada's Ambassador to Ireland, Kevin Vickers is in town - our Lisa Schick was there. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! We are three days in of the five days of construction on the Ring Road – traffic is still a problem, but the project should wrap up by next Wednesday. The Senate is in a renewed state of panic. Multiple sources say the potentially criminal cases involve seven retired senators and two sitting senators. It was a quiet Day 5 of Rider’s Training Camp, Woodsy and Sam goes over the highlights from yesterday. And it’s Movie Friday so we let you know what’s hot at the Regina box office for the weekend!

HOUR TWO

As the Women’s World Cup is about to get underway in Canada, they had their pre-tournament press conference in Edmonton yesterday – and all was going swimmingly until the Q & A session started... all eyes were on the scandal. Our Lisa Schick has been keeping her eyes on Kevin Vickers, the Ambassador to Ireland. Vickers is the former Sergeant at Arms of the House of Commons and has been in Regina for the last couple days. OPEC is meeting in Vienna today and it doesn't look like they're going to mess with oil output levels after all. This, even though oil prices are about 40 percent lower than a year ago. Mosaic got underway last night in the Queen City and some of the pavilions have joined us in studio to give the highlights they have to offer. John Gormley joins in studio to share his thoughts on hot topics of the morning and he shares what’s coming up on his show. And Tim Horton’s can't seem to please everyone after pulling Enbridge ads from store TVs. The campaign promoting controversial pipeline projects like Northern Gateway ran for three weeks before they were yanked due to public pressure.

HOUR THREE

The fallout from an audit of Senate expense claims continues. Senator Pierre-Hugues Boisvenu is now leaving the Conservative caucus to sit as an Independent. The move came yesterday after learning he is one of nine senators whose expense claims have been recommended by the auditor general for referral to the RCMP. Another 21 senators have been flagged as having made ineligible expense claims. Jamie Nye joins to talk about the BC Lions decision to ask Paul McCallum to retire and what Day 5 of Rider’s Training Camp looked like. Murray Wood was at the convocation Kevin Vickers spoke at yesterday and joins to talk about it. The Women's World Cup kicks off tomorrow in Edmonton – Canada plays China. Yesterday in Edmonton they had their pre-tournament press conference and it was supposed to be about the ladies and soccer and when it got to the Q & A portion, all eyes were on the FIFA Scandal. And finally, What I Learned on the Show: This Week Edition!

CJME Morning News - June 4, 2015

Big Breakfast Question of the Morning: What is your Food-to-do List for Mosaic?

HOUR ONE

  Riders training camp continues in Saskatoon. Corey Chamblin was so happy with his teams’ practice yesterday that he said he's starting to see the making of a Grey Cup Champion. Now they have a travel day, after a walk thru in Saskatoon this morning, the team will bus to Prince Albert for another walk thru this afternoon. Remember, Remember the Fourth of June – a dark day in history as of late. On this day one year ago the community of Moncton, NB was terrorized by a lone gunman on the hunt for police. Two years ago on this day a major battle between Ukraine and Pro-Russian troops. And today 26 years ago protestors in Tiananmen Square stood up for democracy. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! We're still being asked to conserve water while they work through issues at our water treatment plant and until the issues are resolved, Regina's outdoor pools and spraypads will stay dry. Our Brady Knights joins to update on the status this morning. The Blackhawks pulled off the win in the third period against Tampa Bay last night in the first match up on the Stanley Cup playoffs. And this is going to give those who believe in Aliens much to talk about today - NASA will test its experimental "flying saucer" that could someday help put humans on Mars.

HOUR TWO

Thousands are feeling the sting of the dip in oil prices in Saskatchewan. Nowhere is that more evident than in the southeast. Our Kevin Martel joins; he was in Weyburn yesterday for the Oil and Gas Show and up. We our joined in studio by members of the Itailian and German pavilion as this year’s Mosaic celebration officially gets underway this morning. We go over some of your texts to 306-306 on the Big Breakfast Question of the Morning. We take a quick look back at Day 4 of Riders Training Camp with Woodsy and Sam. We have more guests in studio for Mosaic this morning – the Chinese and Caribbean pavilions highlight the events they will have this weekend. John Gormley joins the conversation this morning on the Oil and Gas Show.

HOUR THREE

Our Brady Knight joins to update us on the water quality in Regina and whether or not we still need to be conserving water. The Green Zone’s Jamie Nye joins to update us on what he saw on Day 4 of Riders Training Camp. If it’s not on Instagram, you haven’t eaten it. Now Google is responding to the appetite for “food porn” by developing an artificial intelligence project to calculate the calories in your latest Instagram post. Kevin Martel joins to tell us what it was like at the Oil and Gas Show in Weyburn yesterday. We go over your texts to 306-306. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

CJME Morning News - June 3, 2015

HOUR ONE

Take of a note of this for your drive to-and-from work today. CN is doing some work at a rail crossing so eastbound lanes on Ring Road will be closed at Winnipeg Street for five days. Detours are set up and you can find maps of them at CJME.com. On the roads for us this morning is our Lisa Schick who updates us live. The Stanley Cup final gets underway tonight – we figure out if a bet should be made. At Rider’s Training Camp, It's safe to say the 2014 season did not go how Taj Smith would have liked. The former 1000 yard receiver didn't even crack the 400 yard mark. Smith is hoping for bigger and better things this year. We check in with John Wilson for the mid-week weather update. Caitlyn Jenner stunned the world with her gorgeous Vanity Fair cover on Monday, proving the Kardashian’s really can keep a secret. Both the article and the photos were developed on a single computer that was never connected to the Internet. The final story was even hand-delivered to the printer.

HOUR TWO

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by Jill & Dave they delved into the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report with Justice Murray Sinclair. Woodsy and Sam go over the highlights from Day Three of Rider’s Training Camp as some were let go and the practice moved to the more physical side of things. The fall out continues for FIFA as Sepp Blatter has decided to step down as the organizations President yesterday. WE are joined in studio by ambassadors from 3 different pavilions for this year’s celebration of Mosaic: A Festival of Cultures who give us a greater look at what we can see over the weekend. John Gormley joins in studio to talk about the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s report. And we have more of a closer look at this weekend’s Mosaic fun!

HOUR THREE

We have a second dose of Talk Shots for you this morning – Jill & Dave got the chance to speak Vern Bellegarde a former residential school student on what the Truth and Reconciliation Commission report meant to him. The Green Zone’s Jamie Nye joins us from Saskatoon this morning to update on what he saw happening at Day 3 of Rider’s training camp. John Wilson joins for our mid-week check up on the upcoming weekend weather. Our Lisa Schick updates us on the detours on Ring Road and how traffic is flowing this morning. The most powerful man in the soccer world is out of a job as Sepp Blatter stepped down yesterday. 14 arrests have currently been made in the FIFA organization on the heels of allegations of more than $150 million in kickbover And What I Learned on the Show Today!

CJME Morning News - June 2, 2015

HOUR ONE

Starting today until August 1st, Air Canada will offer a "red eye" flight to Toronto departing Regina at 1:45 am. In addition, WestJet will be offering a daily morning flight to Edmonton starting on Friday with a departure time of 6:35 am. Tomorrow, you may want to avoid the Ring Road - the CN Railway is replacing the rails and upgrading the crossing eastbound east of Winnipeg Street. The city is also going fix asphalt east of the crossing at the same time. It's been a challenging time for Tyron Brackenridge and his wife Christine. Their family recently lost their youngest daughter. During an ultra-sound a mass was discovered on her lung that was forcing her heart out of place. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! The water situation is starting to improve, but the City of Regina says it's still day to day. There is no exact timeline on how long it will take to return to normal. The fresh water from Lake Diefenbaker will take time to start improving the quality at Buffalo Pound. She has finally made her debut, Vanity Fair tweeted its latest cover yesterday, starring the former Bruce Jenner, now you can call her Caitlyn.

HOUR TWO

A lot of pain is being conjured up today as the Truth and Reconciliation Commission gets set to reveal its report into residential schools, five years in the making. CJME's Kevin Martel is speaking to victims in Regina finding out what they hope to see come from the document. Kevin joins us this morning. Day Two of Riders Training Camp is in the bag and Woodsy looks at how the second day went compared to the first. A lot of people think about where their meat and veggies come from, but what about your milk?, Montreal-based Saputo, is hoping to spur the adoption of global animal welfare standards by refusing to buy milk from farmers that don't treat their animals humanely. Mosaic: A Festival of Cultures is getting ready to kick off on June 4th and in preparation for the fun we have four pavilions in studio to share the highlights.

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere joins for his weekly visit and we get an update on the water conversation, he clears up some of the rumors flying around and talks about the Walk/Run for Fitness. We get Jamie Nye on the phone this morning to update us on what he saw at Day 2 of Rider’s Training Camp in Saskatoon yesterday. You can call her Caitlyn – Formerly known as Bruce, Caitlyn has emerged for the first time as a beautiful strong woman finally comfortable in her own skin. The culmination of five emotional years is revealed today, The Truth and Reconciliation Commission will release its report. CJME's Kevin Martel is speaking to residential school victims in Regina, hearing their hope for the future.Jacques Parizeau, the blunt-talking sovereigntist premier whose strategic cunning came close to ripping Quebec out of Canada, has died at the age of 84. His spouse, Lisette Lapointe, announced his death last night on her Facebook page. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

CJME Morning News - June 1, 2015

HOUR ONE

Thursday marks the first anniversary of the RCMP shooting in Moncton. Constables Dave Ross, Doug Larche and Fabrice Gevaudan were killed by Justin Bourque. One year later, those members of the RCMP say the force has failed to make any changes just months after a report that said the organization needs to do just that. The Saskatchewan Roughriders are getting back to work as Riders Training Camp got underway Sunday in Saskatoon. Camp opened with a full practice and walk through with new talent and no injuries – and that’s what fans came out by the dozens to see. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your Birthday – Happy Birthday! Nova Scotia and Alberta are joining Ontario and will no longer sell flavoured tobacco as of today. Anti-smoking advocates want to see Alberta's government and the feds introduce more regulation for e-cigarettes and tobacco packaging. The finals are set in the NHL Playoffs – the Lighting will face off against Chicago for the Stanley Cup! The Water Security Agency (WSA) is trying to help resolve water issue at Buffalo Pound Lake that has people in Regina and Moose Jaw still being asked to conserve their water. Between Wednesday and Friday, water consumption in Regina has dropped by between 15 and 20 per cent and by 18 to 20 per cent in Moose Jaw.

HOUR TWO

We go back in time for the News Rewind to update you on the headlines from over the weekend you may have missed; we start this morning with the FIFA controversy and bring back the swimming snake. Saskatchewan's known for Potash so maybe it shouldn't come as a surprise there's a company planning on another massive multi-billion dollar mine. This one would be built by Chinese-based Yancoal halfway between Strasbourg and Southey - our Kevin Martel joins to give us the details. Mosaic 2015 is about to get underway and we are joined in studio by three ambassadors from some of the pavilions who highlight what people can expect for food, drink and entertainment! John Gormley joins to share his thoughts on Nova Scotia and Alberta following Ontario’s footsteps in banning flavoured tobacco.

HOUR THREE

The finals are set in the NHL Playoffs – the Lighting will face off against Chicago for the Stanley Cup! Woodsy updates us on some of the highlights. With Riders Training Camp underway our Jamie Nye joins us from Saskatoon this morning to share what he saw at camp yesterday and how you can stay up to date with camp by just following him. We debut this month’s book for Sam’s Book Club! Saskatchewan's known for Potash so maybe it shouldn't come as a surprise there's a company planning on another massive multi-billion dollar mine. This one would be built by Chinese-based Yancoal halfway between Strasbourg and Southey - our Kevin Martel joins to give us the details. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

CJME Morning News - May 29, 2015

HOUR ONE

A volcano erupted on a small island in southern Japan on Friday, and authorities ordered residents to evacuate the island. Mount Shindake erupted about 10 a.m. in spectacular fashion, spewing towering black-gray clouds into the sky. All CFL training camps open this weekend and we're just a week away from the first pre-season game for the league. The Rider are in Saskatoon for their camp starting Sunday. They don't have their first pre-season game until June 13th in Fort Mac.It’s time for today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! Transport Canada has listed the manufacturers, makes and models of the 1.2 million vehicles impacted by a recall prompted by a problem with their airbags. The list of affected vehicles includes the Honda Civic, Accord, and CR-V, Chrysler products, including the Dodge Ram and the Chrysler 300, BMW sedans and the X5, and Ford's Ranger and Mustang going back to 2001.The federal government is nixing the GST on feminine hygiene products, including tampons, starting July 1. In addition to tampons, the change will include sanitary napkins, sanitary belts and menstrual cups. Removing the tax is estimated to cost the government around $36 million. The Regina Red Sox kick off their season tonight in Regina against the Weyburn Beavers, game starts at 7. And it’s Movie Friday so we let you know what’s hot to check out at the Regina Box Office.

HOUR TWO

Edgar Nernberg isn't into the whole evolution thing. In fact, he's on the board of directors of Big Valley’s Creation Science Museum, east of Red Deer, a place meant to rival local scientific institutions. Adhering to the most extreme form of religious creationism, the exhibits "prove" that the Earth is only around 6,000 years old, and that humans and dinosaurs co-existed. Unfortunately, Nernberg just dug up a 60-million-year-old fish. This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by Jill & Dave and their conversation on Wedding No-No’s. FIFA’s in the middle of the worst sports corruption scandal maybe ever. This is great timing for its president Sepp Blatter to run for re-election today. His comments weren't exactly earth-shattering though, yesterday. It’s time for some good news with Tell Me Something Good! John Gormley joins in to share his thoughts on the hot topics of the morning and what’s coming up on his show. And your texts on Wedding No-Nos.

HOUR THREE

Transport Canada has listed the manufacturers, makes and models of the 1.2 million vehicles impacted by a recall prompted by a problem with their airbags. The problem, which is that airbags are deploying "abnormally", affects vehicles worldwide. No istances of "abnormal deployment" of the Takata airbags have been reported in Canada. The list of affected vehicles includes the Honda Civic, Accord, and CR-V, Chrysler products, including the Dodge Ram and the Chrysler 300, BMW sedans and the X5, and Ford's Ranger and Mustang going back to 2001. We take more of your texts on Wedding No-No’s. Jamie Nye joins to talk Riders training camp. And finally, What I Learned on the Show Today!

CJME Morning News - May 28, 2015

HOUR ONE

The fight for online audiences in Canada is heating up as Rogers and Shaw say they will make their TV streaming service "Shomi" directly available over the Internet. They don't have a date, but the goal kick off time frame is end of June to end of September and will cost exactly the same as Netflix -- $8.99. Two Game 7’s coming up as the semi-finals to the Stanley Cup, Woodsy brings you all the details – those games are Friday and Saturday night. We bring you today’s Celebrity Birthdays and if it’s your birthday – Happy Birthday! The death toll has risen to at least 35 in Texas and Oklahoma after this week's severe storms and flooding and it’s not expected to get any better soon. 11-people are missing. A huge tornado actually touched down yesterday in the Texas panhandle, damaging an oil rig and injuring three people, two of them critically. This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by Jill & Dave and their conversation with the Saskatchewan Soccer Director regarding the recent FIFA arrests. And you can crash someone's iPhone with a mere text message. A nasty computer bug in Apple's iOS allows anyone who sends an iPhone a certain text message to shut it down.

HOUR TWO

Turns out we don't conserve water well when we're asked too. The city says they've seen little change since they asked 48 hours ago. The goal is to cut back 25%. It's all because of issues at the Buffalo Pound Water Treatment Plant. Our Adriana Christianson joins to fill us in on what exactly is the problem. Lang McGilp joins on the phone to break down the recent findings by Insightrix on how the rest of the Canada views Saskatchewan. Air Canada's discount leisure airline Rouge will make its premium cabin up front feel a lot more like first class, removing the middle seat on each side, and adding almost a third more carry-on space. It’s time for some good news with Tell Me Something Good! We bring you some feel good news stories to help put a smile on your face this Thursday morning. And John Gormley joins in studio and we get his thoughts on the recent Insightrix survey.

HOUR THREE

An interesting battle to watch at training camp will be the defensive line. The Riders are seriously considering starting a Canadian at tackle, Woodsy updates us on what he saw at rookie camp yesterday. We have a double dose of Talk Shots for you today, this time from the Green Zone and their talks with Sarah Mills on the arrests in the FIFA organization. More evacuations as Texas and Oklahoma continue to be pounded by severe rainstorms, leaving 21 people dead and 11 missing. We update you on the current struggles happening in those areas. Our Adriana Christianson joins us for an update on the water woes in Regina and why the city hasn’t managed to fix the problem yet. And finally, What I Learned on the show today!