8:30 a.m. In a unanimous decision handed down yesterday, the Supreme Court of Canada ruled to uphold a ban on bringing alcohol across provincial borders. Malcolm Lavoie with the University of Alberta’s Faculty of Law joins Murray to discuss what this ruling means for people popping across provincial boundaries to get cheaper booze.
9:00 a.m. The Ultimate Open Lines and What the Friday with Lise Merle and Tenille Lafontaine
10:00 a.m. Crack pipes and candy! Some convenience stores in certain Saskatoon neighbourhoods are stocking their shelves with pipes used to smoke meth and crack cocaine, and managers are defending their decision citing that the items are legal and in high demand. Saskatoon City Counsellor Troy Davies joins Murray to discuss.
11:00 a.m. The season of pests will soon be upon us! Shawn Sherwood with Poulin’s Pest Control joins the show to answer your questions about battling pests around your house and yard.
12:00 p.m. Saskatchewan RCMP say they’re still trying to figure out why a tractor-trailer was in the middle of a rural intersection when it crashed with the Humboldt Broncos team bus. Brad Muir is a former crash investigator with the Ontario Provincial Police and he joins the show to explain what investigators are looking for as they examine the crash site to determine the cause behind the fatal accident.