8:30 a.m. More people were looking for work in Saskatchewan in November. Statistics Canada reported Friday the province’s unemployment rate rose to 6.0 per cent from 5.9 per cent in October. What does this mean for Saskatchewan? Doug Elliot with Sask Trends Monitor joins John now.
9:00 a.m. Tony Bernardo with the Canadian Shooting Sports Association joins the show to respond to a new poll suggesting a majority of Canadians favour a total ban on guns in cities.
10:00 a.m. Nearly two decades ago, University of Toronto researcher Alison Smiley conducted a study on the role of marijuana in motor vehicles accidents. Does her data still stand? Alison Smiley joins the show with her thoughts on the government’s proposed legal limits for drug-using drivers.
11:00 a.m. Sarah Mills joins the show to tell us about the big concert announcement at Mosaic Stadium.
12:00 p.m. Starting Jan. 1, 2018, it’s going to get tougher to qualify for a mortgage. New rules by Canada’s top banking regulator will require all new mortgages to undergo a financial ‘stress test.’ How will the new rules affect you? TMG mortgage broker Carrie Cardinal joins John to discuss.