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Crime goes prime time!

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I've got some great news to share.Starting this coming Sunday June 10, my "Crime and Punishment" national radio show is switching times.The show will now air live in the following cities/at the following local times:WINNIPEG (CJOB 680 AM) - 7-9 p.m.VANCOUVER (CKNW 980 AM) - 5-7 p.m.CALGARY (CHQR 770 AM) - 6-8 p.m.EDMONTON (CHED 630 AM) - 6-8 p.m.REGINA (CJME 980 AM)- 6-8 p.m.SASKATOON (CKOM 650 AM)- 6-8 p.m.MONTREAL (AM 940) - 8-10 p.m.I'm thrilled about the move from afternoons to evenings and hope you'll check us out across the Corus and Rawlco radio networks.The only thing that's changing is the time slot - we'll still have our usual collection of breaking news, hot button topics, in-depth discussion and interviews with legal newsmakers around the world.Crime and Punishment is Canada's only national law and order radio program. I created it in February 2003 and debuted on CJOB in Winnipeg. The show entered the national stage - and switched to afternoons - in March 2006, taking over from recently retired Peter Warren.Thanks for the continued support!www.mikeoncrime.com

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