Oct 21, 2020
The 1984 death of Christine Jessop and wrongful conviction of Guy Paul Morin rocked the country.
In a surprise announcement this month, police announced they had identified Christine’s Killer.
Dave is joined by Toronto Sun columnist Joe Warmington by phone to talk about the historic case, who it’s believed the...
Oct 15, 2020
The story of Barry and Honey Sherman, whose murder nearly three years ago remains unsolved, has taken another twist.
The fight over the couple’s estate files has hit the Supreme Court this week.
National Post crime reporter Adrian Humphreys joins Dave to talk about how an inheritance proceeding wound up at Canada's...
Oct 14, 2020
The viral video showing a dying Indigenous woman screaming while she is subjected to verbal abuse by staff at a Quebec hospital has reignited the debate over racism in the health-care system.
The recording, made by Joyce Echaquan herself from her hospital bed, has led to the firing of two hospital staff members, and...
Oct 7, 2020
Already battered by a price roller-coaster in 2020, big players in Canada’s oilpatch have announced plans for cost-cutting or layoffs.
Oilsands giant Suncor was the latest to announce changes, with a planned 10-15 per cent cut to its workforce.
Dave is joined by Calgary Herald business columnist Chris Varcoe to...
Oct 1, 2020
One of the hardest hit provinces in COVID-19’s first wave, Quebec’s rising case numbers suggest it is into a second wave of the pandemic.
The spike in cases in September has meant that premier Francois Legault has had to announce stricter lockdown restrictions in some areas.
Dave is joined by Montreal Gazette...