The Brent Loucks Show
6:15 a.m. BHP now has 30 days to weigh their options and register an appeal. Insight into yesterday's Potash decision.
GUEST: Sarah Mills, News Talk Radio's Legislative Reporter in Regina.
6:15 a.m. An update on the Idylwyld freeway plus a discussion on what motorists can expect on their commute to and from work.
GUEST: Todd Jarvis, Roadway Activity Coordinator with the City of Saskatoon.
7:15 a.m. What the outcome of yesterday's US Midterm Elections means for President Barack Obama.
GUEST: Bob Costantini, CNN Radio Correspondant in Washington.
6:15 a.m. Snow tires
GUEST: Glenn Maidment, President of the Rubber Association of Canada (RAC)
7:15 a.m. The David Chen case. Chen, a grocer in Toronto’s Chinatown, caught and detained a shoplifter. He now faces charges of assault and forcible confinement.
GUEST: James McfeE, Talk Radio AM640 Toronto
7:30 a.m. - Environment Canada update on weather
8:15 a.m. – To be decided
6:15 a.m. Graham James has been arrested after returning to Canada.
GUEST: Richard Cloutier, CJOB news director
7:15 a.m. To be determined
8:15 a.m. Randy Quaid story.
GUEST: Jordan Armstrong, CKNW Vancouver
6:15 a.m. Fire safety and prevention
GUEST: Wayne Rodger, Saskatoon fire marshal
7:15 a.m. A preview of an upcoming seminar on the economy and potash.
GUEST: Jerry White, financial author
8:15 a.m. The myth of tampered candy at Halloween.
GUEST: Joel Best, Chairperson of Sociology at the University of Delaware
6:15 a.m. Wray Morrison’s recorded interview with Saskatchewan Roughriders’ Jeremy O'Day
7:15 a.m. Mayor Don Atchison in studio
8:15 a.m. Canada's first net zero home on display at the Western Development Museum
GUEST: Ronn Lepage of VerEco Homes
6:15 a.m. – Roughriders lose to Eskimos
GUEST: News Talk Radio’s Wray Morrison
7:15 a.m. – Saskatoon’s snowy forecast.
GUEST: Lisa Coldwells , meteorologist with Environment Canada
8:15 a.m. – Twinning of Prince Albert highway
GUEST: Jim Reiter, Minister of Highways and Infrastructure