Gormley - On Demand CJME / CKOM

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JOHN GORMLEY

Broadcaster, lawyer and author, John Gormley is a former Member of Parliament whose radio show has become an important part of life in Saskatchewan. John has been a show host on 650 CKOM and 980 CJME for more that 20 years, covering the big topics and conversations, both local and international.

John is a regular convention speaker, entertaining audiences on topics ranging from politics to pop culture. At the University of Saskatchewan, he has taught political science students and has been an adjunct faculty member in the College of Law.

John has written two books. His first, “Left Out: Saskatchewan’s NDP and the Relentless Pursuit of Mediocrity” is a Canadian bestseller. His second book “The Gormley Papers: I’m Right and You Know It” is a compilation of newspaper columns touching on everything from current issues to living a better life.

Appointed Queens Counsel, John has also been on Saskatchewan Business Magazine’s list of the province’s 10 Most Influential People.

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OCT
11am

Gormley - Vivian Krause - Friday, October 22nd, 2021

Commissioner Steve Allan has released his final report on the Alberta Public Inquiry into Anti-Alberta Energy Campaigns, finding foreign donors provided nearly $1.3 billion in funds for Canadian environmental campaigns between 2003 and 2019. Allan, who's been serving as commissioner since June of 2019, was clear that he did not find wrongdoing or illegal activity among the foreign donors, but he did identify 21 groups that have been engaged in anti-Alberta energy activities including the David Suzuki Foundation, Greenpeace Canada, and the Sierra Club Canada Foundation. The inquiry builds on the work of independent journalist Vivian Krause, who first called attention to foreign funding of anti-oil activism in Canada, and Krause joins Gormley to share her thoughts on Allan's report.
21
OCT
2pm

Gormley - Maureen Ulrich - Thursday, October 21st, 2021

Lampman author Maureen Ulrich has just released the fourth and final chapter in her Jessie Mac hockey series, which is set in Saskatchewan and incorporates real-life players, coaches, and results from the history of the U of S Huskies hockey program, adding a real-world feel around the fictional elements. Ulrich joins Gormley to tell us about the book and what makes it unique.
21
OCT
1pm

Gormley - Mark Brayford & Lara Fominoff - Thursday, October 21st, 2021

An Ontario criminal case is going to a new trial in the first major test of Canada's self-defense law, which requires an accused to have a reasonable belief that they faced a threat of force, acted to defend themselves, and that their actions were reasonable under the circumstances. In the Ontario case, a man shot and killed a man who was allegedly trying to steal his truck, claiming that a weapon he'd left in the vehicle could be used in a break-in and present significant danger to him and his family. Criminal Trial Lawyer Mark Brayford is here to explain exactly where your rights start and end when it comes to defending yourself, your family, and your property.

The eight-week trial of Greg Fertuck, who's accused of first-degree murder in the death of his estranged wife Sheree in 2015, continues this week with the testimony of officers who involved Fertuck in a fake criminal organization in order to extract a confession. Lara Fominoff is following the case for 650 CKOM, and she joins Gormley with an update.
21
OCT
11am

Gormley - Tom Korski - Thursday, October 21st, 2021

A multi-year investigation by Blacklock's Reporter found Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation compiled personal records on nearly nine million mortgage holders, including those with non-CMHC insured home loans, without the borrowers' informed consent. The data compiled includes personal income, address, credit scores, and even household debt. CMHC says they use this data to gain industry insights and provide data to builders, economists, and lenders. Managing Editor Tom Korski joins Gormley to share the details.
20
OCT
2pm

Gormley - Mike Marsh - Wednesday, October 20th, 2021

After 30 years with SaskPower, including seven as President and CEO, Mike Marsh is retiring from his role with the crown power corporation. Marsh started with SaskPower as a plant engineer at Boundary Dam Power Station in Estevan in 1991, and has led SaskPower through a significant period of growth and increased investment into infrastructure including the grid modernization initiative and the transition towards emissions-free power generation. Marsh joins Gormley to tell us about his career and what's next for him and for SaskPower.
20
OCT
1pm

Gormley - SSRL & Open Lines - Wednesday, October 20th, 2021

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