8:30 – The Saskatchewan Roughriders (7-4) defeated their rivals, the Winnipeg Blue Bombers (5-7) at Saturday’s Banjo Bowl 32-27, handing Winnipeg their fourth straight loss. CJME’s CFL Reporter Arielle Zerr joins John to discuss the game.
LIVE: Arielle Zerr
9:00 – A Queen’s Bench judge ordered the protest campers to leave Regina’s Wascana Park Friday. Regina Mayor Michael Fougere joins John to discuss the decision and what will happen next.
LIVE: Michael Fougere, mayor of Regina and chair of the city’s police commission.
11:00 – Dr. Wendy Gore-Hickman, recovery advocate and retired physician, is the keynote speaker at Recovery Day Regina Sept. 19. Rather than focusing on the negative sides of addictions, the event is shining a light on former addicts who have completed recovery. Dr. Gore-Hickman joins John in studio to discuss addiction recovery and ending the stigma.
LIVE: Dr. Wendy Gore-Hickman.
12:00 – Dr. Barry Heath, a retired veterinarian and former coroner has just released a book on the Humboldt Broncos. The book discusses the history of the franchise and the overwhelming response from the hockey world after the 2018 bus crash. The book focuses on the emergency response to the crash, the need for emotional support, and where the survivors are now.
LIVE: Dr. Barry Heath, Retired Veterinarian, Former Community Coroner and Author of “Humble Beginnings of the Humboldt Broncos And the 2017-2018 team.”