Muse The News, Would You Rather, and Did Richard Crouse Like This?
David Cooper fills in for a vacationing Jim Richards. He muses the big news stories of the day, then it's game time with rounds of "Would You Rather?" and "Did Richard Crouse Like This?", with San Francisco-based comedian Dan Linley.
Q107 morning man John Derringer has been put on hiatus, following a gender discrimination complaint filed with the Canadian Human Rights Commission by former co-host Jennifer Valentyne. Toronto radio legend Maureen Holloway, who was once part of that show, has lots to say on the matter for Moore In The Morning.
Evan Solomon speaks with Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson about how his city is recovering after a powerful storm swept the region, leaving a trail of destruction. On today's show: Ottawa City Councillor Catherine Kitts on how Navan, one of the hardest hit communities of Ottawa, is recovering after the storm. Former UK prime minister Tony Blair on Vladimir Putin and his invasion of Ukraine. Ottawa Mayor Jim Watson on his city's storm recovery efforts. Christopher Skeete, MNA and parliamentary assistant to Quebec Premier Francois Legault, on Quebec’s French language Bill 96. Matt Taylor and Jon Klip, chefs and co-founders of Affinity Fish, on how they are trying to rejig supply chains around local catch.
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?