8:30 a.m. Canada has seen a massive spike in illegal border crossings from the U.S. in recent months and as summer approaches the situation is only getting worse. Toronto Sun columnist Candice Malcolm visited a popular illegal border entry earlier this week and she joins John now to explain what she saw.
9:00 a.m. Saskatchewan’s former premier has landed a new gig at an Alberta law firm. Brad Wall joins John now to talk about his new job and what he’s been up to since leaving office three months ago.
10:00 a.m. Marijuana legalization is facing a few roadblocks in the Senate which could mean a delay in the government’s plan to have pot legalized by the summer. Senator Dennis Patterson joins John to explain why he’s calling on the government for a one-year delay before Canadians can start buying legal pot.
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12:00 p.m. A three-minute version of a brain stimulation used to treat people with severe depression works just as well as the old form treatment that took up to 40 minutes per person, according to a new study. Dr. Daniel Blumberger, the co-director of CAMH’s Temerty Centre for Therapeutic Brain Intervention, joins the show to explain.