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Gormley - On Demand CJME / CKOM


Broadcaster, lawyer and author, John Gormley is a former Member of Parliament whose radio show has become an important part of life in Saskatchewan. John has been a show host on 650 CKOM and 980 CJME for more that 20 years, covering the big topics and conversations, both local and international.

John is a regular convention speaker, entertaining audiences on topics ranging from politics to pop culture. At the University of Saskatchewan, he has taught political science students and has been an adjunct faculty member in the College of Law.

John has written two books. His first, “Left Out: Saskatchewan’s NDP and the Relentless Pursuit of Mediocrity” is a Canadian bestseller. His second book “The Gormley Papers: I’m Right and You Know It” is a compilation of newspaper columns touching on everything from current issues to living a better life.

Appointed Queens Counsel, John has also been on Saskatchewan Business Magazine’s list of the province’s 10 Most Influential People.
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95 Episodes
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Gormley - Clinton Monchuk - June 2nd, 2023

A new program called Meals from the Farm has launched to help teach how farmers feed kids. The program is by Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan, coordinating tours, sharing resources and providing seeds for their garden. Clinton Monchuk is the Executive Director of Farm & Food Care Saskatchewan and joins…
2 Jun 2PM 15 min

Gormley - Eatin' Time! with Belton Johnson the Radio Spelling Bee - June 2nd, 2023

What time is it? It's Eatin' Time! with Belton Johnson - powered by the Saskatchewan Cattlemen's Association! Grillmaster Belton Johnson joins Gormley with his recipe for Sweet Chili Short Ribs! It’s time for the Radio Spelling Bee! The Scripps National Spelling Bee finals were yesterday, and 14-year-old Dev Shah of…
2 Jun 2PM 35 min

Gormley - Peter Menzies - June 2nd, 2023

Senators are calling for changes to Bill C-18, the online news act, to prevent the CRTC from spying on newsrooms. This would also require companies like Google and Meta to compensate news organizations, which could affect Canadian access to the news if those companies don't follow the rules. Peter Menzies,…
2 Jun 12PM 34 min

Gormley - Phil Gurski - June 2nd, 2023

After unpacking the 59-page report from David Johnston on foreign election interference. Mr. Johnston did a disservice to Canada's spy agencies after getting sensitive information and calling for a public hearing, not an inquiry. Phil Gurski is a Former Senior Strategic Analyst at CSIS and President and CEO of Borealis…
2 Jun 11AM 16 min

Gormley - Lewis Smith - June 1st, 2023

As we enjoy the summer days, we must remember to be safe, especially around and on the water. Drowning claims the lives of more than 400 Canadians annually, most happening during the summer months. Lewis Smith is the Manager of National Projects for the Canada Safety Council. He joins Gormley…
1 Jun 2PM 15 min

Gormley - Perry Vermette - June 1st, 2023

The federal government is phasing out the chemical pentachlorophenol used to protect wood power poles from decaying. The province and producers are worried this could several impact the power grid. Perry Vermette, the Owner of Vermette Wood Preservers, one of the producers of wood power poles, joins Gormley to explain…
1 Jun 2PM 35 min

Gormley - Margaret McCuaig-Johnston - June 1st, 2023

The NDP motion calling for David Johnston to remove himself as special rapporteur passed. Mr. Johnston rejected the motion and won't be stepping down from the role. Margaret McCuaig-Johnston, a senior fellow at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs at the University of Ottawa, joins Gormley to discuss…
1 Jun 11AM 16 min

Gormley - Dr. Murray Opdahl - May 31st, 2023

Canadians are dealing with more seasonal allergies, which could be caused by climate change. Research has shown that the pollen season has extended, causing plants to release 20% more pollen. Dr. Murray Opdahl, the co-chair of the Saskatchewan chapter of the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment (CAPE), joins…
31 May 2PM 15 min

Gormley - Smartest Radio Listener - May 31st, 2023

It’s time for Saskatchewan’s Smartest Radio Listener! It's your chance for fame and acclaim and to prove just how smart you are. You get bragging rights and win your exclusive Smartest Radio Listener t-shirt thanks to Little Town Apparel, available ONLY to Saskatchewan’s Smartest Radio Listener winners. A woman has…
31 May 2PM 35 min

Gormley - Aaron Gunn - May 31st, 2023

A new documentary called "Canada is Dying" goes into the drug overdose crisis in Canada. It takes you across Canada and shows how major cities struggle with rising crime and drug activities. The film’s director, Aaron Gunn, joins Gormley to discuss the ongoing crisis.
31 May 1PM 36 min

Gormley - Premier Scott Moe - May 31st, 2023

With the UCP winning a majority in Alberta, the question is, what does it look like for Saskatchewan's relationship with Alberta? Premier Scott Moe joins Gormley to discuss what to expect working with Alberta.
31 May 11AM 15 min

Gormley - Corey Crawford - May 30th, 2023

A cube satellite made in Saskatchewan will be launched to the International Space Station. The satellite dubbed RADSAT-SK was built by University of Saskatchewan students and will be heading to the ISS to collect data on radiation. Corey Crawford is the communications team lead for the satellite. He joins Gormley…
30 May 2PM 15 min

Gormley - Henry Chan then Rob Cunningham - May 30th, 2023

After the report was released from special rapporteur David Johnston, it left many questions and concerns regarding foreign interference. Canada has no real plan for addressing or handling foreign interference, especially with our elected officials facing threats. Henry Chan is the co-director of Saskatchewan Stands with Hong Kong which advocates…
30 May 2PM 36 min

Gormley - Steve Seiferling - May 30th, 2023

An Indigenous construction company has claimed it was barred from hiring from First Nations communities. KDM Contractors is claiming a provincial law is forcing them to follow a collective agreement they did not negotiate and use non-First Nations representative employers. We go to Steve Seiferling, a labour and employment lawyer…
30 May 1PM 35 min

Gormley - Brad Wall - May 30th, 2023

What does the win by the UCP in Alberta mean for the West? Former Premier Brad Wall joins Gormley to share his thoughts on the results from the Alberta Election.
30 May 12PM 35 min

Gormley - Duane Bratt - May 30th, 2023

The United Conservative Party (UCP) has won a majority in the Alberta Election. The NDP did, however, gain seats in Calgary and Edmonton. Duane Bratt, a political science professor at Mount Royal University and author of "Blue Storm: The Rise and Fall of Jason Kenney" joins Gormley to share his…
30 May 11AM 16 min
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