8:30 a.m. Canadian farmers aren’t too thrilled about a new Service Canada policy that would allow surprise inspections on employers using the Temporary Foreign Workers Program. A bee keeper in central Saskatchewan joins John now to discuss his objection to these unannounced audits.
9:00 a.m. The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:30 a.m. Ongoing trade disputes with global partners and growing uncertainty surrounding the future of NAFTA has put Canada in a tough spot. So what does Canada do and where does Saskatchewan stand in all of this? Former Canadian diplomat Colin Robertson is at the Royal Saskatchewan Museum tonight to discuss Canada’s complex trading relationships and he joins John ahead of his talk.
11:00 a.m. A Saskatchewan rancher says he’s frustrated with how landowners are allowed to deal with trespassers. Layne Abrahamson joins John now to discuss why he’s calling on the government to change the province’s trespassing laws.
12:00 p.m. As the weather gets warmer and the snow begins to melt, what should people be doing to prepare themselves and their homes for possible flooding? Georgiana Schuring with the Red Cross joins John with tips on how to prepare your home for spring flooding.