8:30 a.m. The Saskatchewan Roughriders are headed home after losing to the Toronto Argonauts in a dramatic East Division final. Arielle Zerr joins Murray to discuss.
9:00 a.m. The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 a.m. What should Canada do with Canadians who travel abroad to fight with the Islamic State? A British government minister says they should be killed. Former jihadist sympathizer turned CSIS operative Mubin Shaikh joins Murray to discuss.
10:30 a.m. Alberta plans to make it mandatory for customers to prepay before they gas up at the pumps, following several deaths involving gas-and-dash thefts. Should Saskatchewan follow suit? Marlo Pritchard, chief of the Weyburn Police Service and president of the provincial police chiefs’ organization, joins Murray.
11:00 a.m. Saskatchewan’s distracted driving numbers are on the rise, despite ongoing public awareness campaigns and stricter law enforcement. Why aren’t drivers getting the message when it comes to distracted driving? SGI spokesperson Tyler McMurchy joins Murray to discuss.
12:00 p.m. The Green Zone’s Belton Johnson joins the show to look back at the Roughriders’ season that was and yesterday’s disappointing loss to the Toronto Argonauts.