3 p.m. Some Canadian companies are joining Wikipedia to protest anti-piracy law in the United States. What implications could the Stop Online Piracy Act and the PROTECT IP Act have in Canada? We speak to Dr. Michael Geist, a law professor at the University of Ottawa and Canada's Research Chair in Internet and E-commerce Law.
3 p.m. The Liberal Biennial Convention took place this weekend. So, what does the future of the Liberal Party look like? We’re joined by the National Post’s John Ivison.
3:30 p.m. Monday is the start of a two-day health summit between provincial and territorial leaders in Canada. What should Canadians expect to come from this? We speak with Dr. Arthur Sweetman, the Ontario Research Chair in Health Human Resources at McMaster University.
3 p.m. Using report cards to score Canadian health regions – We speak with Dr. Wallace Lockhart, assistant professor at the University of Regina’s Faculty of Business. Lockhart has been working with health region report cards for about 15 years to provide Canadians with the tools to compare health regions.
3 p.m. Today is the two-year anniversary of the earthquake that devastated Haiti. What’s the state of the country since the disaster took place? We speak with Chris Hilton, Haiti delegate for the Red Cross.
3 p.m. The West is set to lead the nation in economic growth but it wasn’t always this way. Why is the East’s outlook much less promising? We speak with Dr. Ian Lee, professor of strategic management and international business at the Sprott School of Business at Carleton University.
3 p.m. Saskatchewan is seeing an increased number of immigrants to the province, many of which are looking to buy a new house. What home ownership hurdles are newcomers facing and how can they be overcome? We speak to John Filice with the Invis mortgage team.
*With guest host David Kirton
3 p.m. Former Saskatchewan premier Roy Romanow, who led a royal commission on health care a decade ago, says Stephen Harper needs to be involved in discussions about health care reforms. Roy Romanow joins us to talk about his stance.
3:30 p.m. Some Saskatchewan reserves practice banishment, including Mistawasis First Nation. Mistawasis Chief Norma Johnstone joins us to talk about why she’s in favour of the practice.
3 p.m Tensions are rising in the Middle East as a showdown builds between the U.S., Israel and Iran. Is this a perfect storm that could trigger armed conflict? Peter Goodspeed, National Post reporter, weighs in.
3:30 p.m. Across the country, governments are facing deficits. Politicians tell us to tighten our belts but according to Maclean’s, there’s nearly 100 stupid things the government has done with your money. We’re joined by Jason Kirby, Senior Editor with Maclean’s, to speak about the article.
3 p.m. Scientists have made an entire event impossible to see for 40 trillionths of a second. It’s not enough time to wander the halls of Hogwarts with an invisibility cloak, but it’s a start. We speak to one of the researchers, Alexander Gaeda, who tells us more about it.
* With guest host David Kirton
3 p.m. Saskatchewan is seeing record-breaking temperatures across the province, with Maple Creek as its hot spot. We're joined by Maple Creek Mayor Barry Rudd who tells us what this means for the town. The Weather Network's Gina Ressler tells us which areas of the province are seeing record-breaking temperatures, why and what’s to come.
3:30 p.m. A Regina teen's game has the nod from Apple to be sold at the App Store. Whiz kid Jordan Gabrielle joins us to discuss his creation.