8:30 a.m. Justin Trudeau is in India this week to highlight economic ties between the two countries. Saskatchewan has a lot riding on Trudeau’s trip as producers hope for a resolution over recently imposed tariffs on Canadian pulse crops. Shuvaloy Majumdar is a Munk Senior Fellow with the Macdonald-Laurier Institute and he joins Murray to discuss.
9:00 a.m. The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
9:30 a.m. Donald Trump has ordered the justice department to propose changes that would ban devices like the bump stock used in last year’s Las Vegas massacre that enables semi-automatic firearms to mimic automatic fire. Tony Bernardo is the executive director of the Canadian Shooting Sports Association and he joins Murray now to discuss the proposed ban.
10:00 a.m. Canadian Blood Services issued an urgent call for blood donations yesterday, saying more than 35,000 donors are needed by March 10 to ensure patients get the blood they need. Do you give blood? Is there a reason you don’t donate? Katherine Wasylynka with Canadian Blood Services joins Murray.
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12:00 p.m. Pipeline delays and massive discounts for Canadian crude is costing the economy $15.6 billion a year, according to a Scotiabank report. Dennis Mcconaghy is a former TransCanada executive and author of Dysfunction: Canada after Keystone XL and he joins Murray to discuss.