8:30 – Yesterday the federal government announced new details on its upcoming “bill of rights” for air passengers. The new rules include specific payments the airlines will have to make to passengers who suffer long delays. Karl Moore, industry expert and former consultant to Air Canada, Lufthansa, and British Airways, joins John now to discuss the pending legislation and what it will mean for frequent flyers.
Karl Moore, air travel expert and associate professor of business at McGill.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – Neal McLennan, Gormley’s original film guru, joins the show to talk about the best and worst Christmas movies.
Neal McLennan, Food Editor w. Vancouver Magazine, Travel Editor w. Western Living.
11:00 – Saskatchewan social media personalities Justin Reves and Greg Moore join the show for our regular Tuesday segment to talk about the hottest topics burning up their Facebook and Twitter feeds.
Justin Reves and Greg Moore, social media personalities and co-hosts of The Justin and Greg Show.
12:00 – The sport of axe throwing is quickly growing in popularity, and the sport now has Olympic ambitions for the first time. A group of axe-throwing advocates, including James Anderson, owner and founder of Forged Axe Throwing in Whistler, B.C., are working to show that the sport is more than just a fun birthday party idea. Anderson joins John now to talk about the booming popularity and the future of axe throwing.
James Anderson, owner and founder of Forged Axe Throwing in Whistler, B.C.