Kitchener Today With Brian Bourke
Oct 30: Pay Equity, Minor Sports, and Peanut Bans Show Opening (0:56); When is enough, enough? Novice hockey game ends in 41-0 rout (2:23); Cambridge mom calls for end to nut bans in schools (22:24); Neighbourhood change before the LRT line opens (44:49); Closing federal pay gap still years away under new equity plan (1:06:23); Why do restaurants have a hard time keeping staff? (1:29:11); Tuesday Tech Spotlight: Kevin Forestell, CEO, Dozr (1:50:03) Oct 30, 2018, 06:00 PM
Jan 18: Woman's March, By-Elections, and SIS Sites Show Opening... But first (0:56); Jet fuel spill reaches Cambridge (2:11); Women's March Waterloo (22:08); The real bad news in Burnaby South might be for Andrew Scheer (44:42); Survey now available to discuss safe consumption sites (1:06:07 ); Free Phones Friday (1:29:05) Jan 18, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 17: LHINs, Electronics, and Social Media Show Opening... But first (0:56); Ford government poised to dissolve regional health agencies, sources say (00:00); Ontario set to announce tuition cuts (00:00); What we know about the Cryptopia hack (so far...) (00:00); It's time for a new way to regulate social media platforms (1:00:00); How to get rid of old technology safely (1:00:00); Code design competition at Communitech (1:00:00) Jan 17, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 16: Brexit, Tuition, and Tax Receipts Show Opening... But first (0:56); Ontario reviewing regional governments, raising prospect of future amalgamations (00:00); Ontario government expected to cut tuition fees for Canadian students by 10 per cent (00:00); Waterloo Region's Paramedic Services asking for resources to offset call volume (00:00); Brexit and no-confidence vote: Corbyn targets 'zombie government' (1:00:00); Donating to charities shouldn't result in tax breaks (1:00:00); Toddler in car seat falls out of moving vehicle as mother drives away unaware (1:00:00) Jan 16, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 15: China, ER Wait Times, and Brexit Show Opening... But first (0:56); Death penalty for Canadian escalates Canada-China tensions (2:59); Canadians Spent $1.6 Billion on Legal Weed in 2018: Report (21:14); Pharmacists could dramatically reduce ER visits (44:26); Consumption and Treatment Services in Waterloo Region (1:05:13); Theresa May facing crunch vote on her Brexit deal (1:28:43); Tuesday Tech Spotlight (1:28:43) Jan 15, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 14: Cabinet Shuffle, Jobs, and The Islamic Party of Ontario Show Opening... But first (0:56); David Lametti named Canada's new justice minister in Liberal cabinet shuffle (2:50); Regional Labour Market Report Card (20:58); Kitchener, Waterloo, Cambridge councils to vote on cannabis stores this week (43:50); Kitchener woman wants to paint positive messages in school bathrooms (1:05:09); Coming soon, believe it or not -- Islamic Party of Ontario (1:27:32) Jan 14, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 11: Licence Plates, Hospitals, and Labour Unions Show Opening... But first (0:56); UW ready to hand off Canada Day celebration (2:23); Vanity plates with profanity in Punjabi still on GTA roads, Brampton man warns (20:54); Waterloo Region Labour Council elects new President (43:39); Cambridge Memorial wants $860,000 from city (1:05:38); Free Phones Friday (1:28:59) Jan 11, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 10: Ambulance Dispatch, Cannabis, and Craig's Crossing Show Opening... But first (0:56); Cambridge Memorial wants $860,000 from city (3:10); Region again asking province for control of local ambulance dispatch (22:06); Union reveals location of secret cannabis warehouse, claims province blocked sign up drive (45:00); Insurance Bureau of Canada encourages drivers to have their say in consultation (1:06:41); 'Craig's Crossing' name approved for Cambridge pedestrian bridge (1:30:12); The more women in government, the healthier a population (1:51:18) Jan 10, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 9: Trump, Drones, and Parking Show Opening... But first (0:56); Donald Trump's prime-time flop (3:49); Drone operators subject to age limit, certification under new federal rules (21:55); Kitchener relaxes rules on boulevard parking (45:32); Scrapping sex-ed curriculum doesn't violate Constitution, Ford government argues (1:06:10); After Humboldt: What is being done to reduce risks on Canadian roads? (1:29:53); Mexico - it's safe if you stay inside resort areas, experts say after 7 killed in Playa del Carmen (1:51:41); Niagara Wine Festival 2019 (2:34:00) Jan 09, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 8: Dutch Roundabouts, Drugs In Sports, and Free Speech Jan 08, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 7: Pot Lottery, Internet Search Results, and Food Gardens Show Opening... But first (0:56); Fingers crossed: Ontario pot retailers await fate in licence lottery (3:14); Heart attack, stroke can harm earning power due to life-altering effects: study (21:53); Should Canadians have the right to be forgotten? Most would follow Europe on Internet search law (45:21); Cambridge ponders future of municipal elections in the online age (1:06:19); Canadian senator's personal data leaked online in apparent Twitter hack (1:29:43); Waterloo Region School Food Gardens (1:50:14) Jan 07, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 4: Supply Management, Lotteries, and Helping The Homeless Show Opening... But first (0:56); Ontario Pediatricians Urge Parents to Start 2019 by Emphasizing the 'V' In ResolVe to Update Vaccines so their Children Stay Healthy (2:15); KW Homeless Memorial (21:23); Supply management be damned. Is Canada on the brink of a butter revolution? (45:01); Lottery for 25 Ontario retail cannabis licences to take place next week (1:05:48); Free Phones Friday (1:29:09) Jan 04, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 3: Yellow Vests, Terrorism, and Donation Bins Show Opening... But first (0:56); Kitchener, Waterloo to study slower speed limits in residential areas (1:49); Yellow vest protestors take issue with Saskatoon radio host (21:54); Advocate calls clothing donation bins 'death traps' after the death of at least seven Canadians (45:02); If you have nothing helpful to say about terrorism do us a favour and be quiet (1:06:09); First Star Psychic Fairs & Expos 2019 (1:29:21); Technoference: A habit parents should ditch during 2019 (1:48:40) Jan 03, 2019, 06:00 PM
Jan 2: Carding, Distracted Driving, and Marijuana Show Opening... But first (0:56); Tougher penalties for texting and driving in Ontario start Jan. 1 (2:59); 'Double-pane glass ceiling': Gender wage gap widest at top of the corporate ladder, report says (21:55); Little to no proof police carding has effect on crime or arrests: Ontario report (44:59); 2019 will be the year Canada begins to rule the world (1:06:13); Can you legally grow your own pot? Yes - but no. At least for now. Here's why (1:29:21); What you should know about the stock market in 2019 (1:51:09) Jan 02, 2019, 06:00 PM
Dec 31: Conspiracy Theories, The RCMP, and New Year's Resolutions Show Opening (0:56); Short-staffed RCMP looking at 'everything' to attract new recruits (2:59); Losing my religion: Region's churches could be at a crossroads as congregations and buildings age (21:49); Falling for London - A Cautionary Tale (45:52); Put Safe and Sober Driving at the Top of Your Holiday To-Do List (1:06:18); Almost half of Ontarians anticipate feelings of anxiety and regret over holiday-spending bills (1:29:26); How to keep your New Year's Resolutions for 2019 (1:50:44); Conspiracy Theories (2:12:20); Fake video is a big problem. In 2019, it gets worse (2:33:59) Dec 31, 2018, 06:00 PM
Dec 28: Pot Shops, Peanut Bans, and Millennials Show Opening (0:56); Allowing municipalities to opt out of pot shops helps black market: experts (1:39); Cambridge mom calls for end to nut bans in schools (21:49); Study Finds Canadian Consumers Losing Patience with Retailers (45:27); The Kitchener Rangers Coach's Show With Jay McKee (1:05:43); Various Topics with Casey MacDonald, Morning Traffic Reporter, 570 NEWS, Brendan Seeley, Midday Announcer, Country 106.7, James Sebastian-Scott, Talk Show Producer, 570 NEWS (1:29:17) Dec 28, 2018, 06:00 PM