8:30 – The Saskatchewan Roughriders (8-5) are celebrating a narrow 30-29 victory over the Argonauts (3-9) Saturday night. 980 CJME’s CFL reporter Arielle Zerr joins John to discuss the game.
LIVE: Arielle Zerr, CJME’s CFL reporter.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – The province drew criticism from the NDP last week after SaskEnergy sold two gas processing plants, located at Coleville and Kisbey. SaskEnergy CEO Ken From joins the show to explain the reasons behind the sale.
LIVE: Ken From, SaskEnergy CEO.
10:30 – SaskTel Centre is getting rid of designated smoking areas, and the new rules took effect over the weekend. That’s got us thinking: will measures like this encourage smokers to quit, will they just tough it out, or try to get around the rules? If you’ve successfully quit smoking, we want to hear what worked for you.
11:00 – John Carpay, is president of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedom and co-author of their 2018 Campus Freedom Index. He has called 2018 “another grim year for free speech on Canada’s campuses,” and he joins John to explain why. We’ll also find out how the University of Saskatchewan and University of Regina rank when it comes to free speech.
LIVE: John Carpay, President of the Justice Centre for Constitutional Freedoms.
12:00 – Did you gain a few pounds after high school? U of S researchers have found the “freshman five” weight gain among young adults is very real thanks to a study that’s been ongoing since 1991. Dr. Erin Barbour-Tuck, post-doctoral fellow in pediatric cardiovascular research, joins the show to discuss the study and how young adults can prevent the unwanted gains.
LIVE: Dr. Erin Barbour-Tuck, pediatric cardiovascular researcher.