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 almost 20 years, covering the big topics and conversations, both local and international.

John writes a weekly column for the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Regina Leader Post and 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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MAY
11am

GORMLEY - DR VOLKER GERDTS - MAY 26

The COVID-19 vaccine in development at the University of Saskatchewan’s Vaccine and Infectious Disease Organization-International Vaccine Centre has cleared another major milestone and is now moving towards human clinical trials in the fall after safety testing is complete. The vaccine has proven highly effective in ferrets, and researchers hope it’s as effective in humans. VIDO-InterVac Director Dr. Volker Gerdts joins Gormley to talk about the next steps for this vaccine candidate and what’s needed before human trials begin.
25
MAY
2pm

GORMLEY - LANG MCGILP - MAY 25

How are people in this province feeling about the COVID-19 pandemic and the major restrictions affecting how everyone lives and works? Research director Lang McGilp joins Gormley to discuss the findings from Insightrix' ninth weekly "Saskatchewan Mental Health Barometer."
25
MAY
2pm

GORMLEY - GORMLEY SPELLING BEE - MAY 25

The Scripps National Spelling Bee was set to begin Saturday, but had to be cancelled due to COVID-19. We know how many people like to play along at home, so we thought we'd step up and make sure our listeners had a chance to test out their spelling chops! We're holding the Gormley Spelling Bee today, so call 1-877-332-8255 and see if your spelling skills can win you a P-R-I-Z-E!
25
MAY
1pm

GORMLEY - MARK HUMPHRIES & NELSON CHEN - MAY 25

Many officials, including Prime Minister Trudeau, are warning of a potential "second wave" of COVID-19 which could undo all of the progress we've made in the fight against the deadly virus. Mark Humphries, history professor and author of "The Last Plague: Spanish Influenza and the Politics of Public Health in Canada," has been a strong advocate for antibody testing in Canada. Humphries joins Gormley to discuss second waves during historical pandemics and how serological testing could help Canada avoid any massive setbacks.
25
MAY
11am

GORMLEY - DON MORGAN - MAY 25

Saskatchewan's Justice Minister Don Morgan opposed the federal calls for bans on "assault-type firearms" when the idea was first put forward, saying there were better ways to reduce firearm crime and calling for Trudeau to reconsider his bans in favour of a more collaborative approach with the provinces. Now that the bans have taken effect, Morgan joins Gormley to discuss the Saskatchewan Government's position and whether he's concerned the bans will have a negative impact on Saskatchewan.
22
MAY
2pm

GORMLEY - DR MELANIE MORRISON - MAY 22

The COVID-19 pandemic has made it hard to find everything we're looking for at the grocery store, but a U of S psychologist has created a new web app called "What's in Stock," aiming to help Canadian shoppers locate hard-to-find items on their grocery lists. Psychology professor Dr. Melanie Morrison created "What's in Stock" as an add-on to her grocery price comparison site BetterCart.ca. The new app uses crowd-sourced information, allowing shoppers to update info to keep it current and help other shoppers. Morrison says the app lets people see what's inside the store before leaving the house, and knowing what's on the shelves can help people save time and minimize their potential exposure in public. Morrison joins Gormley to tell him more.
22
MAY
2pm

GORMLEY - OPEN LINES & PATRICK MAZE - MAY 22

Saskatchewan teachers ratified a new contract agreement this week, voting 85% in favour of the new deal despite the lack of provisions on class size and composition, both of which had been sticking points. The new agreement includes no wage increase for 2019 followed by 2% increases in 2020, 2021, and 2022. STF President Patrick Maze joins Gormley to tell him about the new contract and how teachers are feeling moving forward.

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