There is outrage over a Nigerian Christian preacher who has been invited to speak in Calgary this week who has denounced homosexuals as "demonic." Junaid Jahangir is an assistant professor at MacEwan University, and joins Rob to shine a light on what's happening.
Two big stories in the world of teachers are at the fore today.
New numbers out show just how much violence teachers have to endure at the hands of students.
Meanwhile, Tzeporah Berman will be making a command performance at an upcoming teacher’s conference. But contrary to what social media thinks, union dues are not being used to pay for her appearance.
We talk with the ATA's Jonathan Teghtmeyer about both of these stories.
The Humboldt Broncos will play their first regular season home game on Wednesday night just months after a tragic bus crash killed 16 people connected with the team. Mike Armstrong from Global National is in Humboldt and joins us to give us a sense of the mood in the community, and in the rink.
Colin Craig is a volunteer with the "No" campaign against the 2026 Games and is the former Alberta director for the Canadian Taxpayers Federation. He joins Rob to share his thoughts on today's unveiling of the host plan by the Calgary BidCo.
Matt Gurney of our sister station Global News Radio 640 Toronto joins Rob to talk about the work he's done to dig in some numbers that are driving a debate on whether handguns should be banned. He says the data everyone's working with is wrong.
Canada is back at the bargaining table with the US on trade. How might this end? What is a win for Canada and what is a win for the US? Rob talks with Daniel Schwanen, VP - Research at the C.D. Howe Institute.
S/Sgt. Bev Vorvos joins Rob in-studio to discuss the gathering of women police officers in Calgary as part of the International Association of Women Police, the challenges women in uniform face, and some of the successes.