8:30 – Canada’s foreign affairs minister Chrystia Freeland cut short a European trip to head to Washington this week after the US and Mexico announced they had reached an understanding on trade that doesn’t include Canada. Chris Sands, senior research professor and director of the Centre for Canadian Studies at Johns Hopkins University, joins John to discuss NAFTA talks and the implications for Canada.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – Regina Police handed out a ticket last week to a driver who was allegedly going too slow on Ring Rd. Police say the driver was clocked at 76 km/h in a 100 km/h zone, which resulted in a $125 ticket for driving at a speed that impeded the flow of traffic. Constable Curtis Warnar of the Regina Police Service Traffic Unit joins John to discuss what happens when you slow down in the fast lane.
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12:00 – Adrian Piccoli (PICK-oh-lee), former Minister of Education for New South Wales (2011-2017) and director of the Gonski Institute for Education, is in Saskatoon today to address the Saskatoon Teachers’ Association’s 2018 convention. Adrian joins John to discuss.