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GARY DOYLE SHOW for Friday May 24th
9:00am- Scott Henbruff, Operations Manager and Chief Instructor at the Highland Wilderness Training Institute. Missing/ Found hikers from the Region.
9:30am- Chris Selley, National Post Columnist, Re: The Broadbent Institute’s new un-bylined report, titled “Canadian Values Are Progressive Values,” starts off with a bang: “As evidenced by the recent re-election of President Obama, progressive values — including respect for equality, sustainability and justice — are gaining traction around the world.”
10:00am- Pete Karageorgos, Manager of Consumer and industry relations for Onatrio with the IBC. Could Car-tracking devices could lower insurance rates?
10:30am- Paul Wells, Maclean’s Magazine Political Editor, Re: Meet Stephen Harper, the most isolated man in Canadian politics.
11:00am- John Stall, 570 News Political Affairs Reporter, Re: The heat is still on Toronto Mayor Rob Ford over his alleged use of crack cocaine, why hasn’t he said anything? Not even a threat of legal action has come from Ford against the Star.
11:30am- Josh Joseph, Transportation Demand Management Coordinator with the City of Kitchener, Re: Sunday is BikeFest in the City of Kitchener. BikeFest is a festival celebrating the power of the simple bicycle and raising awareness of its potential in positively transforming Kitchener’s health, environment, and community.
12:00pm- A good job is more than a paycheque. What is a “good job”?
12:30pm- John Reimer, New Hamburg Mennonite Relief Sale Board Chair, Re: The 47th annual New Hamburg Mennonite Relief Sale is being held this weekend.
12:45pm- Louis B. Hobson, Movie Critic, Re: What’s new at the movies this week.