It’s Tuesday morning, which means Adam and I will be on air from 7-9am. 93.1fm for those in Ottawa, www.ckcufm.com for all the rest.
So, it’s tuesday morning! I’ll be on time today, as Adam is on a train somewhere between Halifax and Ottawa. We’ll try giving him a call, just to be assholes. Garnett Genuis may also be joining us.
More dubious claims from councillors on “pre-loaded” crack pipes.
Also, it’s time for by-election self immolation! Or perhaps it’s time for by-election self-satisfaction!
Its Tuesday morning and everyone is still digging out from the blizzard. That means while shoveling you can listen to Adam and Mike. As usual we air on CKCU 93.1fm from 7 to 9:00am. For those outside of Ottawa you can listen live on the web at the CKCU website. The listen live function is greatly improved as we have a new mp3 stream and a better sounding Real Audio stream. All for your listening convenience.
A national carbon tax on consumers sounds like a good idea. The surprise is who is proposing it!
Danny Williams going after Harper again…this time using John Crosby to do his dirty work in a throne speech.
Remember the Talking to American’s Skit where Rich Mercer talked about Canada building a giant, climate controlled dome? It may come true in Edmonton.
Bill C-10 comes under fire from free speech advocates. Who would have thought limiting funding based on “offensiveness” would be controversial?
Westbound busses were backed up from (at least) bank street to Elgin this morning.
But I’m sure everything will be awesome in 2015.
Its just Adam this week. Mike apparently had a “real” job and has to work. Adam thankfully is a student. As usual we air on CKCU 93.1fm from 7 to 9:00am. For those outside of Ottawa you can listen live on the web at the CKCU website. The listen live function is greatly improved as we have a new mp3 stream and a better sounding Real Audio stream. All for your listening convenience.
This week Adam will be joined by fellow Carleton debater Garnett Genuis and a friend of the show, Mark Agnew. As well Adam will be speaking with Robert Brocklebank of the Federation of Community Associations regarding the proposed Manotick development by Minto and the appeal to the OMB.
An exciting week in Canadian politics: The budget passes a critical second vote and the Conservatives introduce a motion to end the Wheat Board monopoly over barley.
Russia has its presidential elections and surprise of all surprises…. the candidate supported by Vladamire Putin wins.
Carleton University to hold seperate Board of Governors elections this year.
York University the latest campus to ban pro-life clubs. (excuse the source and the obvious bias)