You know that Summer is really here because Adam is back from BC. At 8:05 Mike will be speaking with Erin George, the co-founder of Cycle for Sight about their upcoming Ottawa event. As well we will have our usual mix of music, news and current affairs. We air every Tuesday from 7-9am on 93.1 CKCU FM or at www.ckcufm.com for everyone not in Ottawa.
What a show we have for you today! At 8:00, I’ll speak with Jaime Alexanderson about the Cycling For Sight event taking place in Ottawa this weekend. At 8:30, Adam will speak with Wanda Gibson about the “Save the Gatineau” concert taking place this Thursday at the Carleton.
We’ll also touch on some of the following:
So long, Sunday Citizen. So longer, big portions of postmedia editorial staff.
Rob Ford quit weighing himself in public.
BC parents vote to limit wifi in schools.
…but at least they’ll have a family day!
Thomas Mulcair’s had 11 mortgage’s on the same house
Lightning strike kills teen in Ottawa.
Hope everyone had a good Mother’s Day and enjoyed Bikefest. We have an exciting show lined up for you this Tuesday with three interview. At 7:30 Mike will be speaking with Elizabeth Creary about the upcoming Craig Cardiff show/fundraiser taking place on Saturday the 19th. At 8:05 Mike will speak with Dave Gallson about the Defeat Depression walk on May 27th at Vincent Massey Park. Finally, at 8:30 Mike will be speaking with Andrew Caddell about about his new book of interviews with key officials in multilateral organizations. As per usual we air from 7-9am on CKCU 93.1FM in Ottawa and www.ckcufm.com for everyone else.
Conservative government to allow slaughterhouses to process already dead animals.
IPO for Facebook could be values at an obscene amount of money.
Obama comes out in favour of gay marriage…thank you Joe Biden.
Conservative’s send massive budget bill to House of Commons committee despite NDP’s best efforts.
Bizarre BC hand-gliding tragedy continues to be in the news.
Swing state with a large latino population? Time for Florida’s Republican government to scrutinize the voters list.
Already the second Tuesday of May. Adam is back for the summer and we have three interviews for the show, everything is as it should be. Now If only Ottawa was still playing hockey. At 7:30 Adam will be speaking with Cheryl regarding the 12th Annual Hintonburg Tulipfest which will include a plant exchange, brownie bake-off and horse and trolley rides. At 8pm Mike will be speaking with Caron from MEC regarding Ottawa bike-fest taking place on Sunday. As well Caron is going to perform her own version of the famous 80′s song “Busta Move!” Finally at 8:15 Mike will be speaking with Cynthia regarding Defeat Depression Day. As per usual we air from 7-9am on CKCY 93.1 FM in Ottawa, online at www.ckcufm.com for everyone else.
Mayfair Orleans in financial trouble only 6 months after opening.
Just when it looked like both sides in Quebec’s tuition fee stand-off had reached a deal...it starts to unravel.
Student suspended for wearing a religious t-shirt is now taken out of school by his own bible waving father. Sigh…
Rob Ford vs. The Toronto Star.
Anti-austerity parties win big in Greece and France.
The Tories want to pass the entire budget in one giant bill, the NDP is not happy with this plan. The Tories don’t care.
Happy Tuesday! We’ve got an exciting show lined up. Tune in at 7:00 on CKCU!
At 8:05, I’ll speak with Gary Ludington of the Westboro Community Association about what’s going on in the neighbourhood, what’s coming up ahead, and all the details of their February 9th AGM.
At 8:30, we’ll hear a conversation I had with Prof. Hugh Campbell (University of Otago, NZ) and Prof. Bruce Muirhead (Waterloo) about food security and supply management in an international context.
We’ll also talk about some of the following:
Schwartz’s? Sold? Maybe Franchises? What strange villainy is this?
Throwdown in Hogtown over crosstown rail.
Much ado about takeovers.
The big Lansdowne reveal is this morning!
What a show we have lined up for you this week! At 8:05, we’ll chat with some of the folks behind This Is Our Youth, a new show from Sock ‘n’ Buskins that premiers next week. We’ll even have an in-studio performance. At 8:30, we’ll hear a from Bill Blaikie, former MP and NDP stalwart, about his new book The Blaikie Report, which looks at the intersection of faith and politics.
We’ll also touch on some of the following:
Rob Ford loses his effort to cap curbside recycling.
Occupy Ottawa gets the boot. And elsewhere too!
Canadians willing to pay tolls for roads.
Prime Minister’s jet to get new paint job?