8:30 a.m. Canadians trying to contact the taxman over the telephone are more likely to get a busy signal then answers to their tax questions, a new report has found. Auditor General Michael Ferguson joins John to discuss his audit of the Canada Revenue Agency’s handling of tax inquiries.
9:00 a.m. The president of Wilfred Laurier University has apologized for the way faculty handled complaints made against teaching assistant Lindsay Shepherd after she showed a video of a debate in her classroom. Lindsay joins the show now.
10:00 a.m. A Saskatchewan First Nation elder is demanding financial accountability following attempts by leadership to block legally required disclosures. Harrison Thunderchild from Thunderchild First Nation and Canadian Taxpayers Federation prairie director Todd MacKay join John with the details.
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12:00 p.m. A Saskatchewan town is pitching itself as open for business to try and attract residents from Alberta. Moosomin’s Kevin Weedmark joins John to discuss.