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Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - June 23, 2014

HOUR ONE

There are some new trends when it comes to baby showers Grandma Showers are taking off. Grandmas-to-be are increasingly getting celebrated as much as moms-to-be. And a lot of grandmas are on board -- saying it's not just for parents to celebrate, it's a time for grandparents to mark and new chapter in their lives. Have we become a society obsessed with asking for gifts?

Filming is underway for Corner Gas: The Movie and there's already a guest star on set. Brent Butt tweeted out a picture of him and Canadian comedian Will Sasso. You may know him from his Arnold Schwarzenegger impressions on Mad TV. The Kickstarter for the new Corner Gas movie raised almost three times more than its 100 thousand dollar goal reaching over 285 thousand dollars. The world premiere will be held in Saskatoon on November 24th.

We call up John Wilson this morning to find out what happened to all the sunshine he promised for the weekend. We also get his take on the recurring problem with Bethune’s radar system. The system was down all weekend making it tough for those looking for current temperatures and conditions.

The Roughriders have made their final cuts before the regular season starts. Among the familiar names gone are veteran receivers Jordan Sisco and Jade Etienne. As for whom Darian Durant will be throwing the ball to; Chaz Schilens, Ryan Smith, Brett Swain, Eron Riley and Alex Pierzchalski will join the veterans.

If you didn’t check out the newest singing competition show “Rising Star” last night, you may need to rethink your stance.

HOUR TWO

CJME is the station that gives you the most Rider coverage with a pre-game show and a post-game show with the Green Zone. 3 hours of pre game and 2 hours of post-game is not enough for Rider Nation, we are introducing to you Game Day with Wray every game along with pre-game coverage. As well, we are starting The Fan Zone with Scott Vickers and Gary “The King” Nickel during every Rider game.

It's been a recurring problem for several years now and it's happened again. The radar system in Bethune isn't working and Environment Canada has been made aware of this. Gaetan Deaudelin is the Director of the National Radar Program. They’re going to try to fix it as soon as possible saying there's no specific issue with the system in Bethune. Ralph Goodale joins to share what he thinks needs to be done with the radar system.

Now it’s official, everybody is singing this song. Pearl Jam seems to be huge fans of the movie Frozen, too. The band broke into the song's chorus while singing "Daughter" at a concert in Milan on Friday, and it's an amazing spin on the track.

It’s Monday and we all need some good news. Time for Tell Me Something Good! We bring a couple feel good stories to help restore your faith in humanity.

John Gormley joins in studio to give his take on the Bethune radar system being down all weekend and Saskatchewan farming.

TONS of music news to bring you: Cher and Cyndi Lauper were in Saskatoon as well as the Saskatchewan Jazz Festival was on the weekend.

HOUR THREE

We aren’t the only ones with huge Green and White related news, the Riders sent down their cut list and 26 hopefuls were chopped. Woodsy and Sam go over the details.

There are some new trends when it comes to baby showers Grandma Showers are taking off. Diaper Parties are also emerging as a new trend; this is for the father to be to celebrate. Think of it like a bachelor party, with diapers. Have we become a society obsessed with asking for gifts?

We go over your texts on Diaper Parties and Grandma Showers to 306-306.

Jamie Nye joins to go over the Rider’s Cut-Down Day as well as the exciting news from the Green Zone.

We wrap up your texts to 306-306 and share a story from the Rider Pre-Season game on Friday night.

Time for What I Learned on The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - June 20, 2014

HOUR ONE

Himpe almost ran into a deer on Saskatchewan Drive this morning, the first time he’s seen a deer in the city limits and called it into the Regina Police (not 9-1-1) just to let them know. Have you ever come across a deer in the city limits?

We have more on the Frozen Trend this morning. Eighty percent of the visuals used in Disney’s hit animated movie Frozen were inspired by the landscapes of Norway, and now fans from around the world are flocking to the nation to do movie tours. Visit Norway spokesperson Harald Hansen explained that hotel bookings for the first three months of 2014 are up 37 percent compared with the same period from last year, following the movie’s release in November 2013. Is there any place you’ve gone to after seeing it in a movie/TV show, or hearing about it in a book?

We're about a month away from Prince George's first birthday on July 22. And before he can even spend his own money, he's already has coins under his name, with the seal of approval from Mom and Dad and Grandma Queen Elizabeth. The Royal Mint is celebrating with a specially designed sterling silver coin in his honour. You can buy it for $147, but if your pockets are deeper, you can go fancier. There’s also a 22-carat gold coin with $736 or a double sovereign gold edition worth more than $950. And they're rare; only 75-hundred silver coins have been made.

Today in World Cup news, England is out. The English players will find themselves rooting for Italy today, as a win or draw for Costa Rica will knock them out of the tournament. That game is at 10am this morning. Other matches today: Switzerland vs France at 1pm and Honduras vs Ecuador at 4pm.

The Edmonton Eskimos are in town tonight for the Riders first pre-season home game. Woodsy and Sam go over who we can expect to see suit up for tonight, as well as a quick look at the visiting team.

Have you heard of Jason Meeks yet? Well you may know him better as the "Hot Felon".

HOUR TWO

Driving down Saskatchewan Drive on his way to work this morning, Himpe almost ran into a deer, text us with your deer in the city stories.

We go over your feedback to the text line on places you have traveled to after hearing about it from TV/movies.

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by The Sarah Mills Show and the adventure of hosting an afternoon drive show while England is playing in the World Cup.

Harley-Davidson unveiled its first electric motorcycle, and promised it will still sound really cool. The electric Harley, dubbed Project LiveWire, isn't for sale yet. The iconic motorcycle manufacturer kicks off a promotional tour next week to give customers a chance to test the bike, which it says will have all the edge of a gas-guzzling hog.

To get you in a good mood for the weekend, it’s time for Tell Me Something Good!

Murray Wood joins in studio to talk about his deers stories and to share what is coming up on John Gormley Live starting at 8:30.

It’s Movie Friday and Sam goes over what’s new and hot at the Regina Box Office for you to check out this weekend.

HOUR THREE

Jamie Nye joins to tell us what he thinks we can expect from the Riders tonight as they take on the Edmonton Eskimos.

What if you could send your friends a photo that captures more than how your breakfast looks but, perhaps more importantly, how it smells? “Scent-based mobile messaging” is the latest invention out of Harvard. It comes on an oPhone, an iPhone app called oSnap that allow users to send and receive “electronic aroma messages”.

Glen Suitor joins to talk more Riders.

Sarah Mills joins the gang to talk about yesterday World Cup match.

Time for What I Learned on the Show This Week!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - June 19, 2014

HOUR ONE

Under pressure from Congress, celebrity doctor Mehmet Oz on Tuesday offered to help "drain the swamp" of unscrupulous marketers using his name to peddle so-called miracle pills and cure-alls to millions of Americans desperate to lose weight. What “weight loss wonders” have you tried?

Hilarious article in Entertainment Weekly, they've looked into the Frozen baby boom and it's a thing. It's not enough to have millions of kids around screaming Let It Go at the top of their lungs. BabyCentre.com has reported that for the first time, the name Elsa has cracked the top 100 most popular names, due in part to the massive success of the Disney animated feature Frozen.

It was a frustrating game for Portuguese fans at Cafe Diplomatico when the team lost its World Cup match with Germany 4-0. But it could have been worse: Italy could've been playing. Every time Italy plays a game, the Little Italy bar and restaurant institutes a minimum hourly charge for each of its patrons, a spending minimum to match the surge in customers wanting to watch World Cup games. Would you pay cover to watch the World Cup? How about a Rider game?

Amazon.com has officially launched the Fire Phone, its first smartphone, after years of rumors. Chief Executive Jeff Bezos took to the stage in Seattle to unveil the smartphone, which boasts a 4.7-inch screen, 13-megapixel rear-facing camera and five front-facing cameras. The smartphone costs $200 for a 32-gigabyte version and $300 for a 64GB version, both with a two-year contract -- a higher-than-expected price tag given Amazon's history of pricing its hardware relatively cheap. AT&T will be the exclusive carrier for the phone. What is the one feature you wish your phone had?

There's a new retail concept in Tokyo: Customers can try on clothes and then leave the store to see how they look in public. The store is called GU, it looks kind of like an H&M style store and until the end of the month the store is testing a new service called "GU Fitting."

HOUR TWO

Woodsy and the gang go over the last Riders Game and what we can hope to see from the Green and White for their last pre-season game.

This morning’s Talk Shot is from the Green Zone and talks about Canada joining the World Cup madness with a team of our own, would you cheer for them?

A six-year-old girl in Bolivia suffered from uncontrollable fits of laughter and doctors believed she had a serious behaviour problem. Others called her crazy. But after a bunch of brain scans, one doctor and his staff discovered a benign tumour in her brain. It was putting pressure on her temporal lobe -- causing a rare kind of seizure that involves a sudden burst of energy -- usually in the form of laughing or crying.

Time for Tell Me Something Good!

Murray Wood in steps in for John Gormley and talks about the World Cup fever, or lack thereof in Canada and if he thinks we would back a Team Canada in the World Cup.

They've started announcing teams on Amazing Race Canada and we have a Regina girl to cheer for. Meaghan Mikkelson played on the Olympic Women's hockey team; her teammate is her hockey teammate Natalie Spooner. Along with the Olympians, they've announced five other teams so far -- a married couple, son and mother, siblings, a dating couple and, best friends.

HOUR THREE

The World Cup trophy will be handed to a new champion. The most dominant soccer nation is out early. Spain was upset by Chile 2-0. Needless to say, fans of Chile were literally dancing in the streets.

Yesterday morning you heard from us about some people in the province who're are seeing significantly higher power bills after their smart meter was installed. Now we're hearing from more people on this story. Lisa Schick joins us in studio to talk about the last 24 hours on this story.

Remember when Michael Sam got drafted by the St. Louis Rams, and he and his boyfriend locked lips on ESPN? Some people had a problem with that. We now bring you FCC Complaints the Michael Sam Edition.

During the World Cup, some employers probably can’t help but wonder if the soccer fans on their payroll are actually doing any work. According to one estimate, the last World Cup cost US$7.36 billion in lost productivity and those games, held in South Africa, did not overlap with the North American business day as much as the matches currently underway in Brazil. The answer for Adbloc Media, a Toronto-area advertising company, was simple. It has relocated to a bar for the duration of the Cup.

It’s time for What I Learned on The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - June 18, 2014

HOUR ONE

It's happened to all of us: You go out for supper to one of the big fast food chains and you food looks nothing like the advertisements. Well, CNN's Jeanne Moos reports on a hidden camera quest to make fast food look as good as it does in ads. Have you ever complained about the look of your food?

We were talking yesterday about those incredible twin tornadoes that touched down near Pilger, Nebraska. Today, we're learning more about how the community is dealing and its heart breaking. More funnel clouds were spotted in Northern Nebraska yesterday moving through Wisconsin, too. A tornado touched down there a number of times; damaging more than 40 homes in Madison and Verona.

A tornado swept through Angus, Ontario yesterday. 20 to 30 houses were damaged, including a few which had their roofs ripped off. Councillor Keith White, whose ward took the worst hit, describes the damage. Ontario Provincial Police say there were no serious injuries.

Power bills are delivering a shock to some Sask Power customers. As CJME's Lisa Schick explains, some people are seeing huge jumps in their power bill after the old meter was replaced with electronic, 'smart meters.

Now let's talk saving electricity. Don is a big proponent of saving phantom power. The power that's used by things you aren't actually using. Cable boxes, those precious little connections to pop culture, those tentative little strings connecting your humble life to a false sense of community, are big time power hogs. Big time!

HOUR TWO

For the last 20 years a Lumsden man has been offering people a thousand dollars -- if they'll give up smoking for good. Bruce Robinson says he's made to offer over a thousand times. Just over 50 have taken the bait and tried to quit, but he's only paid out six times. Would $1,000 be enough incentive to kick your worst habit? How did you quit smoking?

This morning’s Talk Shot is from the Green Zone and Woodsy’s rant on diving in the World Cup.

Much like the vampires in the show True Blood isn't likely to die. After the upcoming final season it continues, but on a stage. True Blood: The Musical is in the works. It'll be written by the guy who's been responsible for the instrumental scores for all seven seasons. It's going to revolve around the main character, the telepathic waitress Sookie Stackhouse, played in the TV series by Anna Paquin.

In hopes to brighten up your morning we bring you three feel good stories in Tell Me Something Good!

Gormley joins to talk about Bruce Robinson’s offer of a $1,000 to quit smoking for good. We ask John how he quit smoking, would $1,000 be enough incentive to kick your worst habit? How did you quit smoking?

A couple in Long Island got the worst surprise ever this week. They found a metre-long python in a couch. Peter Wang and his wife were cleaning a basement apartment that had just recently been vacated when the wife removed one of the cushions from the couch and saw the snake.

HOUR THREE

We play Stranger than Fiction!!

We go over your texts to 306-306. How you quit smoking; and if $1,000 would be enough for you to quit?

A California mayor has resigned after getting himself in doggy-doo. Literally. Earlier this month, San Marino Mayor Dennis Kneier was caught on a security camera throwing a bag of dog crap on his neighbour's yard.

A tornado swept through Angus, Ontario yesterday. 20 to 30 houses were damaged, including a few which had their roofs ripped off. Councillor Keith White, whose ward took the worst hit, describes the damage. Ontario Provincial Police say there were no serious injuries. We speak with Jennifer Baker who took cover in her basement last night.

So called smart meters are leaving some Sask Power customers dumbstruck. Within two years, all of Saskpowers customers will have the electronic meters...but as CJME's Lisa Schick reports, some of the people who've already had them installed have gotten a nasty surprise on their next bill.

Time for What I Learned on The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - June 17, 2014

HOUR ONE

On June 17, 1994, police brought murder charges against Simpson and its being called the dawn of reality TV. It's been 20 years since NFL Hall of Famer OJ Simpson led police on chase that unfolded live on national television.

Gone are the days where ear piercings were the only thing someone had on their face. A woman in Edmonton has 22 piercings and she says it's keeping her from getting a job. Kendra Behring is 24. And she's launched a campaign to make it illegal for employers to discriminate based on body modifications something that would require an amendment to the Alberta Human Rights Act. In this day and age of tattoos and piercings -- does she have a point? Or is there a dress code for work and play?

Amazing Race Canada 2 starts July 8 on CTV. This year’s winners receive “Gas for Life” (50 years) from Petro-Canada, in addition to $250,000 cash, “the trip of a lifetime” (based on 10 trips for two in business class over the next year anywhere Air Canada flies) and a pair of Chevrolet Silverado High Country Edition pickup trucks. This week we'll learn who the teams are.

It's still a large, an empty lot not much to look at now, but 10 shovels in the ground yesterday kicked off construction of Regina's new 278-million dollar Mosaic Stadium. It will start with an excavation estimated to be able to fill over 100 Olympic sized swimming pools.

It's a scene of devastation in northeast Nebraska, where tornadoes swept through yesterday, killing a five-year-old child and leaving 19 others injured. At least two twisters touched down within one-and-a-half kilometres of each other. More than half of the small town of Pilger is described as ``absolutely gone.'' One Mayor drops a bomb and another one bombs at singing.

HOUR TWO

Being called the dawn of reality TV on June 17, 1994 On June 17, 1994, police brought murder charges against OJ Simpson. It's been 20 years since NFL Hall of Famer Simpson led police on chase that unfolded live on national television.

This morning’s Talk Shots is brought to you by John Gormley Live and littering. There is a problem in this problem with littering and Gormley thinks it comes down to one word: lazy.

We go over your texts on the woman who has launched a campaign to make it illegal for employers to discriminate based on body modifications and your response to littering in our province.

Tell Me Something Good! Trying to spare some good news around we bring you four feel good stories to help put some pep in your step.

Gormley joins the talk about the 20th Anniversary of the OJ Simpson police chase, and gives his take on the Edmonton women with 22 visible peircings who has launched a campaign to make it illegal for employers to discriminate based on body modifications something that would require an amendment to the Alberta Human Rights Act.

We go over your texts to 306-306.

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere steps in studio to give the latest on the groundbreaking of the new stadium and what we can expect for traffic hold ups while the project gets underway. We also play him the clips of the Mayors of LA and New York.

Emergency officials evacuated the entire town of Norfolk, Nebraska overnight; concerned another round of storms could produce more deadly tornadoes. The town took a direct hit from one of two large twisters spawned within one-and-a-half kilometres of each other northwest of Omaha. At least two people were killed and 19 others injured after those same two massive tornadoes devastated the town of Pilger, 30 kilometres directly east of Norfolk.

For your Entertainment Tuesday we bring you the latest to the big screen, the newest on DVD and a new album hitting the charts.

The five things you need to know about what’s going on it Iraq: Who is ISIS and what do they want? Are US forces going back to Iraq? And why should we care?

It’s been 20 years since the world has its eyes stuck on a White Ford Bronco carrying OJ Simpson. The so-called “birth of reality TV” was 20 years ago and we’re taking a look the difference June 17, 1994 in reporting breaking news.

Time for What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - June 12, 2014

HOUR ONE

Those hoping to play soccer in Regina have been sorely disappointed several times over the past few weeks. Thanks to City soccer pitches which aren't suitable to play on, several games have had to be cancelled.

Uber Technologies Inc., the car-sharing service that’s rankling cabbies across the U.S., is fighting its biggest protest yet from European drivers who say the smartphone application threatens their livelihoods. They are asking regulators to apply tougher rules on San Francisco-based Uber, whose software allows customers to order a ride from drivers who don t need licenses that can cost 200,000 euros (US$270,000) apiece.

Mila Kunis was on the Jimmy Kimmel to address the brewing baby rumors of her and Ashton Kutcher. She took the opportunity to take a jab at the growing trend of men claiming “we’re pregnant”. Did it bother you when your significant other claimed “we’re” pregnant?

HOUR TWO

An open casting call for “Rob Ford the Musical: The Birth of a Ford Nation” is being held Monday. Set to open Sept. 16 at the Factory Theatre, the musical promises to be an “unabashed, take-no-prisoners comedy” that will “lampoon everyone and anyone who has been involved with the mayoral chaos.” When it comes to the Musical of your own life, who do you want to play you?

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you The Sarah Mills Show and the growing trend of father’s taking paternity leave in the first year.

We go over your feedback on Mila Kunis Jimmy Kimmel appearance telling men to stop saying “we’re” pregnant.

Tell Me Something Good! We bring you three feel good stories to help restore your faith in humanity.

Gormley joins in studio and we get his stance on men saying “we’re” pregnant.

A woman is now facing assault charges after confronting a teenager who was using a drone to film above a beach. A video posted on the website Photography is Not a Crime shows the woman calling 17-year-old Austin Haughwout a pervert, striking him and ripping his shirt.

HOUR THREE

We find out what Woodsy really thinks of long trains during 5 o’clock traffic.

Delaet is off to his first appearance at the US Open, Woodsy goes over the details.

For those who love donuts but not the guilt from indulging, a man has invented a new way to deep fry donuts to be healthier for you.

We go over your feedback to 306-306.

Time for What I Learned on The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - June 11, 2014

HOUR ONE

It was hard to walk away from any coverage of the fallen Moncton RCMP officers without appreciating the men and women who serve our country just a little bit more. Yesterday, the world joined Canada and the RCMP lay to rest the three brave young men whose lives were taken at the hands of a mad man.

President Dilma Rousseff appealed to Brazilians to support the World Cup, using a nationally televised address less than two days before the tournament starts to rebuke the "pessimists" who complain the country shouldn't be hosting the event. Addressing the nation she said, "I'm certain that in the 12 host cities, visitors are going to mix with a happy, generous and hospitable people, and be impressed by a nation full of natural beauty and which fights each day to become more equal...".

When Richard Dunn was stuck at the McCarran International Airport overnight, it didn’t occur to him to just read a book, take a nap or watch a movie on his laptop. What did occur to him was to spend all night making a video of himself lip-syncing to Celine Dion’s version of the Eric Carmen classic “All By Myself” in his very own music video. What is the longest you’ve been stuck in an airport? What did you do to pass the time?

Training camp is still taking place in Saskatoon for the Riders. Their first pre-season game is set for this Saturday against the Ottawa REDBLACKS, Woodsy and the guys go over the latest from training camp, what we can expect on Saturday and a little chat on last year’s Grey Cup.

The City of Regina has released its list of employee salaries for 2013. 523 employees were paid $100,000 or more in 2013, that is nine fewer than last year. City salaries and benefits made up $139 million of the 2013 operating budget. This year, the cost of salaries and benefits is expected to jump nearly $6 million. Do you want to know how much City Hall makes?

HOUR TWO

We go over your feedback on City Hall Salaries to 306-306.

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by the Green Zone and Ricky Foley who stole the show for a moment.

After a video went viral of Canadian, Richard Dunn lip syncing to “All By Myself” all alone in a Las Vegas airport, we’re asking you for your stories on long waits in airports.

Tell Me Something Good! The guys bring you three feel good stories to help perk up your day with a blast of good news.

Gormley joins to talk about the banning smoking in public places, and city hall salaries.

HOUR THREE

It’s Wednesday and that means it time to play Stranger than Fiction.

We take a quick look at the Riders as they face a players strike and are also getting ready for their first pre-season game against the Ottawa REDBLACKS.

We go over your feedback on the World Cup Jerseys.

Yesterday a country mourned for the fallen Moncton RCMP officers and hopefully appreciating the men and women who serve our country just a little bit more. Yesterday, the world joined Canada and the RCMP lay to rest the three brave young men whose lives were taken at the hands of a mad man. Imagines and audio from the funeral left a nation somber. Prime Minister Stephen Harper sums up the words all Canadians are feeling.

We wrap up your texts to 306-306.

Time for What I Learned on The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - June 10, 2014

HOUR ONE

The talking heads have agreed, now it's up to the players to approve a new CBA in the CFL. The deal was made on Saturday, and reaction from across the league has been swift. But bad news for Rider fan, green and white rep Brendon LaBatte doesn't think the locker room likes the deal.

A Los Angeles teacher allegedly drunkenly pulled a knife on students in their car Saturday night and demanded they take him to the fast food chain Jack in the Box. The teacher, 34-year-old Edward Maust, was charged with kidnapping, false imprisonment, and criminal threats after surrendering to the police Sunday afternoon.

Father's Day is this Sunday, in case you've forgotten and need to start planning whatever you need to. USA Today did a survey of dads across the country and we give you the dos and don’ts for this Father’s Day. What do you plan on getting your dad for Father’s Day?

A couple of 14-year-olds figured out how to break into an ATM machine. They were able to grab the transaction records among other valuable information. This has Himpe thinking about doing this the Old Fashioned Way, what are some things you do “The Old Fashioned Way”?

The tradition of leaving romantic "love locks" on Paris' Pont des Arts Bridge could soon be no more. The landmark city footbridge that links the Louvre museum to the Saint Germain neighborhood over the Seine River is starting to buckle under the weight of locks left behind by couples looking to declare their love. Part of the parapet of the 155-metre long bridge had collapsed Sunday night under the weight of the thousands of locks that had been attached to it.

HOUR TWO

Three Mounties slain in the line of duty will be remembered today in Moncton. An RCMP regimental funeral service is planned. Three members of the Saskatoon Police Service will be among those in attendance. Moncton Mayor George LeBlanc says the outpouring of support from within his city and across the country for the families has been a bright light during a very dark time.

This morning’s Talk Shots is brought to you by The Sarah Mills Show and the childhood passage of losing a ball over your neighbours fence.

30-year-old José Vergara suffered major fractures on his back and hips after a malfunctioning elevator launched him across an entire building and into the roof, going through 34 stories in just 15 seconds. We’re asking you if you have been stuck in an elevator.

Tell Me Something Good! Bringing you four feel good stories to help brighten up your day.

Gormley steps in studio to talk about the Moncton RCMP funerals today, as well we find out what he still does old fashioned.

Father's Day is this Sunday, in case you've forgotten and need to start planning whatever you need to. We give you the dos and don’ts for this Father’s Day. What do you plan on getting your dad for Father’s Day?

HOUR THREE

Mayor Fougere stops by for his weekly visit and we find out what he still does old fashioned.

A new spin on Movie Tuesday: it’s Entertainment Tuesday. We bring you the latest and greatest in entertainment and movies to hit the Regina big screen.

Sam and Woodsy go over the NHL Playoffs.

The talking heads have agreed, now it's up to the players to approve a new CBA in the CFL. The deal was made on Saturday, and reaction from across the league has been swift. But bad news for Rider fan, green and white rep Brendon LaBatte doesn't think the locker room likes the deal.

We wrap up your texts on doing things the “Old Fashioned Way" and texts on the Moncton RCMP Officers funeral scheduled for this morning. 

Time for What I Learned On The Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - June 9, 2014

HOUR ONE

We are asking for your feedback this morning on the White City corridor. It’s been about a week since the speed limit has been dropped to 90km/hr and we’re wondering how you think the drop in speed is working?

After four seasons, there won't be any more cooks in the Top Chef Canada kitchen. The Food Network noticed a dive in viewer ratings and has decided to pursue some new ideas.

It seems you either love it or hate it with a passion, golf. Whether it’s because of a bad experience or a great story of that first solid drive, you have a reason for it. We’re asking you if you love golf or hate it and why?

Four days after the three RCMP members were shot and killed in Moncton the pastor at the church of one of the officers said it's time to start healing. Yesterday, Pastor Jerry Reddy asked everyone to pray for the family, friends and colleagues of the three New Brunswick Mounties killed on Wednesday. Police officers from across Canada are expected to attend a parade and regimental funeral service for the three officers tomorrow at the Moncton Coliseum.

We go over your feedback to the text line at 306-306.

HOUR TWO

The news came Saturday, a tentative agreement reached between CFL & CFLPA on new CBA pending ratification by Players & CFL’s Board of Governors. Woodsy and Sam go over the details and some of the backlash from the players.

Theater audiences beware. If you behave badly -- forget to turn off your cell phone before the performance or try to sneak a picture of your favorite star on stage -- you risk a scolding from none other than the stars themselves. That's exactly what happened when a cell phone interrupted Oscar-winning actor Kevin Spacey at London's Old Vic Theater.

Where a woman chooses to give birth is hugely personal, and these days most Americans pick one location: A hospital or medical facility. But while a growing segment of births are now occurring at home, a new reality show for Lifetime is set to present a third option - in the great outdoors. Tell Me Something Good! Three feel good stories to help perk up your morning. Wood/Gormley – If you're a fan of horse racing or have a horse racing lover in your life this weekend there was some controversy. The owner of California Chrome - the horse defeated at the Belmont Stakes - lashed out yesterday, accusing rivals of taking "the coward's way out" by skipping the first two legs of the Triple Crown.

HOUR THREE

Today is our client golf tournament which has us wondering whether you love the sport or hate it with a passion, text your feedback to 306-306.

The Kings can move to within one win of ending the NHL season. The Kings got another overtime win over the weekend to move to a 2-0 series lead. Dustin Brown scored in double overtime as the Kings mounted another late comeback to defeat the New York Rangers 5-4.

Around 9o’clock this morning, Mayor Michael Fougere will be joining the representatives from the Queen City Pride Organization and raising the Pride Flag as this week is Pride Week in the city.

Sam and Woodsy go over everything you need to know about the tentative agreement in the CFL.

We wrap up your texts to 306-306.

Time for What I Learned on the Show Today!

Himpe, Don & Sam Maciag - Hour Three - June 6, 2014

HOUR ONE

The manhunt for Justin Bourque ended last night in a Moncton backyard. Police took the 24-year-old into custody without a fight in the early evening hours of Thursday. We bring you the very latest from the police, an eye witness statement and how the neighbour is coping.

It went down in history as one of the largest, most complicated and deadliest attacks ever. Today is the 70th anniversary of D-Day: the Invasion of Normandy. Thousands of Canadians fought in that battle...hundreds were killed, hundreds more wounded. CJME's Kevin Martel takes us back to that day through the eyes and ears of one Regina man who watched it all unfold from the sea.

Lots of eyes on the Green and White at training camp this year, with fans having lots of question with who will added to this year’s roster. Head coach Corey Chamblin is one of those sets of eyes and he isn’t pleased with his team’s performance, calling them “average”.

HOUR TWO

The manhunt for Justin Bourque ended last night in a Moncton backyard. Police took the 24-year-old into custody without a fight in the early evening hours of Thursday. We bring you the very latest from the police, an eye witness statement and how the neighbour is coping.

We continue our trip around the world this morning as the second night of Mosaic 2014 gets underway.

This morning’s Talk Shot is brought to you by the Sarah Mills Show and their interview with Rob Clarke, who has firsthand experience dealing with a tragedy like the one in Moncton.

Do you remember how The Soprano’s was the shining jewel of the HBO crown? Well they have now been replaced by Game of Thrones.

With the news coming from Moncton that he man hunt is over, we thought it was time for Tell Me Some Good! We bring you three feel good stories to help brighten your spirits as we approach the weekend.

Murray Wood is in studio for John Gormley this morning to talk the latest on the news from Moncton.

HOUR THREE

Residents of Moncton, New Brunswick are relieved an arrest has been made following an intense manhunt that lasted about 30 hours. Justin Bourque was arrested early this morning after three RCMP officers were shot and killed Wednesday night. Bourque, who is 24, is quoted as saying ``I'm done'' as he was taken into custody. We bring you the reaction from the neighbour he was captured in, including the women who watched Bourque being taken into custody from her backyard.

70 years ago today was D-Day. The invasion of France and victory that day marked the beginning of the end of World War Two. CJME's Kevin Martel takes us back to that day through the eyes and ears of one Regina man who watched it all unfold from the sea.

It’s Movie Friday and Himpe goes over what is new at the Regina box office for you to check out this weekend.

Time for What I Learned on the Show: This Week Edition!