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- Sylvia Fedoruk, died on Sept. 26, 2012. First female Lt. Governor of Saskatchewan, but also famous for her work in physics.
- The implementation of Regulation 17 in 1912, which attempted to ban instruction of French in provincial schools in Ontario.
- Phil Latulippe died on Sept. 24, 2006. Famous for his running ability and promotion of exercise.
Deb Hutton is hosting this edition of Free For All Fridays. She is joined by Newstalk 1290 London host Ken Eastwood and Toronto Star crime reporter Jennifer Pagliaro. Up for discussion on the main menu is federal healthcare funding, the possibility of a federal election in 2023, Danielle Smith’s catalog of controversial soundbites, Google’s top trends for 2022, and Elon Musk’s war with journalists.
David Cooper is hosting the Late Showgram. Today's call in topic: What did you get away with? What’s your secret? Have you been sitting on this one for a while, call us, confess, it'll be cathartic. What things have you gotten away with that you're proud of? Maybe you fought the law and you won, or maybe it was the cookies in the cookie jar. Whatever it was, what did you get away with?