Radio Topics for June 16th

The countdown to my departure to Kingston for two months is on. Three weeks and counting. With Mike this being Mike’s last week before a two week break from radio, today’s show is the last chance to hear Mike and I together until September rolls around. Catch us while you can. This week I will be speaking with PEI singer/songwriter Jenn Grant at 7:30. As per usual we air on CKCU FM, 93.1 in Ottawa and for internet listeners.

Iran had an election last week and conservative hardliner Mahmoud Ahmadinejad was re-elected as president. Iranians are not happy.

Ignatieff and Harper to have a get together to see if either of them will do something to stop an election neither side says they want.

Mitel is angry at the City of Ottawa over their bid for the City’s telecom data network. Council says they will investigate.

English bands need not apply for Fete National celebrations in Montreal.

Let the debate begin. The Polaris Music Prize unveils its long list.

Ottawa decides on location for new public library

The Peter Hume Compromise: Allow Ottawa’s urban boundry to expand…but only by 220 hectares.

For the first time since 2005, the number of people applying to university went down

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