8:30 a.m. Rachel Notley announced earlier this week she was dropping out of the Western Premiers’ Conference as tensions remain high between B.C. and Alberta over the expansion of the Trans Mountain pipeline. Saskatchewan Premier Scott Moe is attending the meeting in Yellowknife and he joins John now to discuss what Notley’s absence means for inter-provincial relations.
9:00 a.m. The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 a.m. The federal government is making changes to Canada’s divorce laws, removing terms like “custody” and “access” and providing more tools to enforce timely child support payments. What does these changes mean for Canadians going through a divorce? Regina-based lawyer Brad Hunter joins John to explain.
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12:00 a.m. Popular culture regarded men who were conscripted into the armed forces as cowards because they didn’t volunteer to fight, but in his new book, Reluctant Warriors, retired Colonel Patrick Dennis looks at the significant contribution Canadian conscripts made during the Great War. He joins John to discuss.