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  • John Moore Round Two- October 18th

    Guests: Former advisor to Lastman and Mcguinty, Jim Warren, Deb Hutton, former senior advisor to two premiers and now a communications advisor, Writer, actor and business owner Jason Peat and Mike Bendixen, NEWSTALK 1010 Program Director.
  • John Moore Round One- October 18th

    Guests: Tim Hudak, former leader of the Ontario PC party now with the Ontario Real Estate Association, Mi'kmaq lawyer, professor, and activist Dr. Pamela Palmater, Adam Goldenberg, Toronto lawyer and National Post columnist Matt Gurney.
  • Loud Line Cutter; Here's The Pitch; Grilled Cheese; Food Court

    Welcome the the #Showgram! Jim starts off with another story about a shopping experience. Another customer is practically yelling on his phone; and then butts in line in front of him...  Here's The Pitch - Jim reads your texts, comments and emails on some of your ideas for the show. Keep listening to find out which idea we went with on the Showgram! What makes a great Grilled Cheese. A few calls from the late night grilled cheese making experts. Memories of the mall food court! What foods and restaurants will you never forget? #foodcourt #grilledcheese #
  • Big Comet Hurtles Towards Earth and Alberta has Elections; Marathon Runner; Animal Protection

    Roger Kingcade is the Showgram's Chief Alberta Correspondent (he won't talk to us unless we call him that), and joins Jim to discuss why young Albertans are leaving the province and to give a preview of what we can look for in the municipal elections tomorrow. One of the biggest comets seen by astronomers is headed towards Earth! The Showgram's favourite astronomer, and professor at York University, Paul Delaney joins the show to discuss all things space! "My heart just stopped" - On Thanksgiving long weekend in 2019, Jason DeRuiter, a Nanaimo man in his mid-40s, crossed the finish line of the marathon often referred to as the Good Life Marathon. Noticing something was off, he stumbled into the medical tent and crumpled to the ground. His heart had failed. Jason joins the Showgram to tell his story. The global charity World Animal Protection wants PetSmart to end the sale of reptiles and amphibians as exotic pets. This would save animals and help end the cruel wildlife trade says the charity. The wildlife trade is a multi-billion-dollar industry that risks public health, biodiversity, ecosystems and is a significant source of animal suffering. The global charity is asking PetSmart to value the lives of animals over profit. Melissa Matlow is the Wildlife Campaign Manager at World Animal Protections, and she joins the Showgram to discuss why this is an important issue! #wildlifeprotection #animalprotection #marathon #Alberta #Astronomy #comet 
  • Free For All Friday

    Free For All Friday, hosted by Amanda Galbraith, features top talent from across the iHeart radio talk network. Hosts from all over the country join the roundtable to discuss the five biggest stories of the week. This week's show features panelists Al Ferraby, morning show host on C-FAX 1070 in Victoria, B.C, and Elias Makos, host of The Elias Makos Show on CJAD in Montreal 9a-12p. Topics:  The United States will soon allow fully vaccinated Canadians to cross into the country through its land border. Will you travel to the U.S? Also, should we be removing PCR tests? The incoming commander of the Canadian army faces sexual misconduct allegations. Are we surprised anymore? Nunavut has declared an emergency in Iqaluit due to an evolving water crisis. Why does this keep happening in Canada? Why don’t people care more in the rest of Canada? William Shatner has become the oldest person to blast to space. Was this a waste of money?  Squid Game has officially become Netflix’s biggest debut hit. What makes this show so good?  
  • 'Work is ongoing' to determine if Canadians with mixed vaccines can cross land border

    Evan Solomon speaks with Bill Blair, Canada’s public safety minister, on the U.S border reopening to Canadians. Plus, Evan speaks with Andy Parker, the father of a reporter who was murdered on-air in 2015, on Facebook still not removing videos of the act despite pleas from the family.  On today's show:  Ken Boessenkool, a senior campaign adviser to prime minister Stephen Harper, on the upcoming equalization referendum in Alberta.  We play Evan’s full interview with Bill Blair, Canada’s public safety minister, on the U.S border reopening to Canadians.  Irwin Cotler, Canada’s Special Envoy for Preserving Holocaust Remembrance and Combating Antisemitism on his role being made permanent.  Jon Elvedal Fredriksen, Norway's Ambassador to Canada on Wednesday’s bow and arrow attack and Norway gearing up to hit 100 per cent electric vehicle sales early next year. Andy Parker, the father of a reporter who was murdered on live TV in 2015, on Facebook still not removing videos of the act despite pleas from the family.  And a woman who was rocked awake by a meteorite chunk crashing into her bedroom.
  • Science Monday- October 18th

    Guest: Dan Riskin- Newstalk 1010 Science Correspondent.
  • Mentorship matters now more than ever.

    Guests: Katie Zeppieri.  President of MicDrop Marketing and the founder of the GIRL TALK Speakers Bureau, representing high-profile women and connecting them with international speaking opportunities and Ryan Knight. President, Afro-Carribean Business Network.

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