8:30 a.m. Police continue to investigate the mysterious deaths of billionaire Barry Sherman and his wife Honey after the couple was discovered dead in their Toronto home on Friday. Toronto Sun reporter Joe Warmington has been on the scene since Friday and he join John now with the latest.
9:00 a.m. The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 a.m. A listener wrote in saying he believes his marriage has taken a turn for the worst because his wife spends all her time on Facebook. Does social media affect your personal relationships? Has it ruined one of your relationships? This is the chance to weigh in and have your say.
11:00 a.m. A trio of Weyburn natives are hoping to “break the silence” and end the stigma of mental illness with real-life stories from fellow residents about their struggles living with mental health issues. Ramona Iida is one of the people behind the project and she joins John now to discuss.
12:00 p.m. A private member’s bill, which seeks to implement the United Nations Declaration on Indigenous Rights, could have wide-ranging effects on Canada’s relationship with Indigenous people. Dwight Newman is a professor of law at the University of Saskatchewan and he joins John to discuss.