8:30 – REALITY CHECK: Is the province’s decision to continue (and possibly expand) its photo radar program just a cash grab?
9:00 – Darrell Crabbe, executive director of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, joins John to discuss the Saskatchewan government’s review of trespassing legislation from a hunter’s perspective.
LIVE: Darrell Crabbe, executive director of the Sask. Wildlife Fed.
9:30 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:30 – Author Tim Cook joins the program to discuss his new book “The Secret History of Soldiers: How Canadians Survived the Great War.” Instead of focusing on the grand strategy, Cook’s work turns its attention to the day-to-day lives of the soldiers on the front lines.
LIVE: Tim Cook, author.
11:00 – Back in August, an RCMP handgun and ammo were stolen from a parked police vehicle left overnight at a hotel in Saskatoon. Although the firearm was recovered, no criminal charges have yet been laid. Lawyer and firearms law expert Ed Burlew joins John to talk about the law in this case and the potential for charges.
LIVE: Ed Burlew, lawyer and expert on firearms law.
12:00 – With kids back at school for a new year, a charitable organization that started in Saskatchewan is teaching kids how to play. With kids more and more kids growing up on iPads, the Blue Cross Recess Guardians program is working with schools across the prairies to teach kids about unstructured play and peer-to-peer leadership. CEO Mike McDonald joins John to talk about the program.
LIVE: Mike McDonald, Chief Executive Officer of Recess Guardians.