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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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GORMLEY - DEVON RACICOT - SEPTEMBER 24

Saskatoon police executed a two-day operation to combat street racing and stunting in the Bridge City, and handed out 89 tickets, seized five vehicles for racing, issued a criminal code charge for dangerous driving, and more. Staff Sergeant Devon Racicot with the SPS Traffic Unit joins Gormley to tell us more about the operation and the issues street racing and stunting create for the public and police.
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GORMLEY - DEREK ROBINSON & MATT GURNEY - SEPTEMBER 24

The Buffalo Project, a group advocating for the interests of Western Canada, had a number of requests for the federal government's Throne Speech yesterday, including fairness in national transfer payments, improvements in port access for Saskatchewan and Alberta, a private investment attraction strategy, and support for our oil and gas sector. Derek Robinson is the group's spokesperson, and he joins Gormley to discuss the Throne Speech and whether it has the group rethinking it's position on western separatism.

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Trudeau followed up yesterday's Throne Speech with a televised address to the nation, which largely just rehashed large sections of Payette's speech. National Post columnist Matt Gurney called the speech "unnecessary" and "bizarre," and said Trudeau might struggle to convince the TV networks to offer up their airwaves the next time he wants to address Canadians.
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GORMLEY - BRAD WALL - SEPTEMBER 24

Parliament resumed yesterday with Governor General Julie Payette delivering the Throne Speech, followed by a televised address to the nation from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. Many in Saskatchewan were unhappy with the message from Ottawa, including Premier Scott Moe who said the speech overlooks Saskatchewan except to emphasize the phasing out of our oil and gas sector. Former Sask. Premier Brad Wall joins Gormley to discuss yesterday's Throne Speech, and what it means for Saskatchewan.
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GORMLEY - STEVE MCLELLAN - SEPTEMBER 23

The Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce has outlined what it's looking for from parties and candidates in our upcoming provincial election, with an emphasis on economic recovery from COVID-19, better financial literacy in schools, energy efficiency and a low-carbon economy, labour markets, trade diversity, procurement, and Indigenous engagement. CEO Steve McLennan joins Gormley to outline the chamber's priorities for the election.
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GORMLEY - SMARTEST LISTENER & TOP ALBUMS - SEPTEMBER 23

It’s time for Saskatchewan’s Smartest Radio Listener! Powered by Minhas Distillery, Winery & Brewery. Your chance for fame, acclaim and to prove just how smart you are. Not only do you get bragging rights, you’ll win a $50 gift card from Minhas Distillery, Winery & Brewery, with locations in Regina and Saskatoon.

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Rolling Stone's list of the top 500 albums of all time was first published in 2003, and was updated again in 2012. Now, the iconic music mag has remade the list again, including artists like Beyonce and Taylor Swift for the first time. While a Saskatchewan-born artist made it close to the top (Joni Mitchell's 'Blue' landed at #3 on the 2020 list), it's got us wondering: What album has made the biggest impression on you? Do modern records come close to classics like 'Abbey Road' or 'Pet Sounds'? Do people even listen to whole albums these days? Give Gormley a call at 1-877-332-8255 and tell us what album you just keep going back to, and why!
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GORMLEY - NANCY WOOD - SEPTEMBER 23

Nancy Wood, owner of the Hawood Inn, isn't happy after Métis leader Glen McCallum ignored COVID-19 protocols during a visit to her hotel for a two-day meeting last week. After McCallum's positive diagnosis, the hotel was forced to close until at least Friday while cleaning and disinfection is completed. Wood says the incident has affected her finances, her staff's finances, and the mental health of everyone involved. She says she's hoping the Métis Nation—Saskatchewan compensates her for the expenses and lost business, and she joins Gormley to explain the huge impact one patron's carelessness had on her business.
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GORMLEY - DWIGHT NEWMAN - SEPTEMBER 23

This morning marks the second and final day of arguments as the Supreme Court of Canada hears the constitutional challenge against Ottawa's carbon tax, a day many in Saskatchewan - including our provincial government and those in our agricultural sector - have been waiting for since the tax was first announced. Dwight Newman is one of Canada's leading experts on constitutional law, and he joins Gormley to go over the first day of arguments, what the court will hear today, and what's at stake during this case.
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GORMLEY - ALLAN KEHLER - SEPTEMBER 22

Men between the ages of 40 and 60 are at a higher risk of committing suicide than any other demographic in Canada, and motivational speaker and author Allan Kehler wants men to speak up about their mental health before it's too late. In the Alberta community of Medicine Hat, seven men have died by suicide since the end of May, and Kehler is hosting a free online event Sunday aiming to share stories of mental health, redefine what it means to be strong as a man, identify barriers that prevent men from seeking help, and more. The event is online, and organizers want anyone who might benefit to attend. Kehler joins Drew to tell us more about men and suicide, and Sunday's event.
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GORMLEY - THE DEATH OF DEBATE - SEPTEMBER 22

Joe Rogan, one of Drew's favourite podcasters, is facing some censorship after moving his wildly popular show to Spotify. Drew says we're more eager to cancel and silence anyone we disagree with instead of engaging with their beliefs in a civil debate and trying to find common ground. He says we go for a win in our conversations instead of trying to learn something. Drew says words can't hurt us, and every opinion has value even when we disagree. Do you think we've got to the point where civil conversation is a thing of the past? Give Drew a call at 1-877-332-8255 and join the (civil) conversation!

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