ON TODAY’S SHOW
Friday, April 28 – John Gilbert, a senior science fellow with the Centre for Arms Control and non-Proliferation’s Chemical and Biological Arms Control Working Group talks about North Korea’s promise to continue testing nuclear missiles and the lasting impact this could have on humans, our water sources and animals. We will also ask him about Chernobyl’s ghost town becoming a popular destination for “daring” tourists and the health hazards that still exist today. At 9:35, Georges Laraque, a former Edmonton Oiler talks about the team’s success, his hilarious Twitter videos and the run for the Stanley Cup. Up next, Jean-Marc Fournier, the Minister Responsible for Canadian Relations and the Canadian Francophonie, and the MP For Saint Laurent talks “Quebec and the West,” Confederation, national duality and more. Finally, we wrap the week with our Friday Round Table and in the spotlight are: Tiffany Linke, CEO of Startup Edmonton, Kendall Barber, co-founder of Poppy Barley and Nicolette Leonardis, co-founder and vice-president of Visio Media.
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