Guest hosts: Mike Couros and Lise Merle
8:30 – Regina’s Marty Klyne is one of two new members of the Canadian Senate, and was sworn in Thursday. The Regina businessman has previously served as CEO of the RCMP Heritage Centre in Regina and as COO of the Regina Pats. He also served as publisher and CEO of the Saskatoon StarPhoenix and Regina Leader Post. Klyne joins Mike and Lise to discuss his first days as a senator, and what his plans are for the future.
LIVE: Marty Klyne, newly-appointed senator.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – The Saskatchewan Roughriders (9-5) picked up a 34-29 win over Johnny Football and the Montreal Alouettes (3-11) Sunday. CJME/CKOM’s CFL reporter Arielle Zerr joins Mike and Lise to break down the game.
LIVE: Arielle Zerr, CKOM/CJME’s CFL reporter.
11:00 – The Calgary Police will not allow their officers to smoke marijuana while off duty after the drug is legalized next month. Marlo Pritchard, Chief of the Weyburn Police Service and President of the Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police, joins the program to talk about the decision and Calgary and tell us what Saskatchewan’s chiefs of police are considering when it comes to cannabis policies. He’ll also give his thoughts on Boardwalk’s decision to ban cannabis smoking and growing from rental properties, citing safety concenrs.
LIVE: Marlo Pritchard, Chief of the Weyburn Police Service and President of the Saskatchewan Association of Chiefs of Police.
12:00 – A massive data breach on Friday compromised as many as 50 million Facebook accounts. So what does this mean for Facebook, and its users? To find out, we’re joined by Ken Colburn, digital security expert and founder/CEO of Data Doctors Computer Services & Data Forensic Labs.
LIVE: Ken Colburn, Founder/CEO of Data Doctors Computer Services & Data Forensics labs.