October 21. 2014

Hosted by Danny Aubry

Storied by  Alexa Everett, Danny Aubry & Omar Megahed

Produced by Tom Matukala 

News for October 20th 2014

Hunters allowed on Heron Island

by Julia Bryant


The Quebec government has announced that hunters will be allowed on Montreal’s Heron Island for the first time.

According to CBC news, the small island in the Saint Lawrence River has experienced a large growth in their white-tailed deer population.

Quebec’s Ministry of Wildlife says the island is overpopulated and the ecosystem is being damaged.

The government is allowing 15 bow hunters to kill some of the deer.

The hunters will be permitted on the island until Thursday.



RCMP hoping to recruit more female officers

by Emeline Vidal


The RCMP wants to recruit an equal number of men and women starting next January.

According to the National Post, 25% of sworn officers are women, but the RCMP hopes to reach 30% by 2025.

The force is releasing targeted advertisements, assistance in preparing for fitness tests, and accelerated application processes.

The Mounties stated they hoped to better represent their communities, but some, including current female officers, fear that the selection standards would be lowered for women.

While recruitment may become easier, the integration of women into the police force remains uncertain.

A proposed class-action lawsuit alleging discrimination and harassment within the RCMP currently has more than 300 complainants.



Gunfire exchanged between North and South Korea

by Catlin Spencer


There was a ten minute exchange of gunfire at the border of North and South Korea on Sunday.

According to BBC news, there were no reports of any injuries.

Officials say that South Korean soldiers began firing warning shots when North Korean soldiers approached the border, prompting the North to return fire.

There were other skirmishes between the two sides earlier this month as well.

One incident involved a North Korean patrol boat, and the other - balloons carrying anti-Kim Jong-un leaflets from the South.

The two sides have been fighting since the early 1950’s.


Hosted by Alexa Everett

Stories by Emeline Vidal & Catlin Spencer

Produced by Sam Obrand 

BVST meets Uncle Acid and The Deadbeats!

A few days into their first North American tour, Angelica from BVST sat down with Uncle Acid himself, Kevin Starrs, to talk about the perils of the music industry, the price of fame, and 1960s girl bands. Delve into the mind of one of the (previously) most mysterious men in rock, and tune in, turn on and drop some Acid with BVST, this Wednesday, October 22nd at 7pm, only on CJLO 1690AM!

October 17, 2014

Hosted by Catlin Spencer

Stories by Pauline Nesbitt & Patricia Petit Liang

Produced by Patricia Petit Liang

October 16th. 2014

Hosted by: Celeste Lee

Stories by: Marilla Steuter-Martin, Celeste Lee

Produced by: Emeline Vidal

October 15, 2014

Hosted by Jocelyn Beaudet

Stories by Sam Obrand & Julia Bryant

Produced by Julia Bryant

October 14th, 2014

Hosted by: Danny Aubry

Stories by: Alexa Everett, Omar Megahed, Danny Aubry

Produced by: Emeline Vidal

October 10, 2014

Hosted by Marilla Steuter-Martin

Stories by Pauline Nesbitt & Patricia Petit Liang

Produced by Marilla Steuter-Martin & Patricia Petit Liang


Hosted by: Celeste Lee

Stories by: Marilla Steuter-Martin, Celeste Lee

Produced by: Emeline Vidal