Radio Topics for May 18th

Come celebrate Victoria Day a little early this Tuesday morning because lets face it, next Tuesday you’ll be recovering from the weekend and there won’t be much celebrating going on when Tuesday morning rolls around. At 8:10 Mike will be speaking with Marci McDonald about her new book The Armageddon Factor: The Rise of Christian Nationalism in Canada. (Reviews here and here) At 7:30 we will be speaking with frequent contributor Josh Zanin regarding the Action Sandy Hill. As per usual we air from 7-9 on 93.1 CKCU FM in Ottawa and www.ckcufm.com for everyone else.

Two parties forming a coalition and behaving like adults? It certainly isn’t Canada.

A collision between a motorbike and a 16 year old cyclists results in the death of the cyclist. This coming on the heels of three cyclists death’s in Quebec.

Sheila Fraiser is denied access to audit MP’s expenses.

Opposition MPPs accuse the Ontario Liberal Party of attempting to undermine the reappointment of Provincial Ombudsperson Andre Marin.

The Museum of Nature is ready to be (re)opened to the public. Fitting that the Victoria Memorial Museum Building’s Grand Re-Opening should take place on Victoria Day Weekend.

The Oil disaster in the Gulf of Mexico continues unabated however never fear… Obama is looking into it.

Streetcars on Sparks Street?

The Harper Government probably just wishes this whole abortion thing would go away… but the National March for Life and Catholic Cardinals won’t let it drop.

While the Conservatives say they will never sign a coalition deal with the Bloc Quebecois, The Canadian Alliance clearly didn’t have a problem with it.

Rogers Wireless gets slapped with a lawsuit for revealing to the plaintiffs husband that she was having an affair.

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