8:30 – The fallout after the Gerald Stanley trial wasn’t limited to increased racial tensions in Saskatchewan and a protest camp outside the Legislature in Regina. One of the lawyers involved in the case was allegedly forced out of his firm in the aftermath of the controversial trial. Philip Slayton is a lawyer and author of “Lawyers Gone Bad: Money, Sex and Madness in Canada’s Legal Profession.” He joins John now to discuss the case.
LIVE: Philip Slayton, lawyer and author.
9:00 – Bug’s Day… The Hour of Rage!
10:00 – Harold Johnson is an author and former Crown Prosecutor, most famous for his book “Firewater” which explores the damage alcohol causes among First Nations communities. His new book “Clifford” is a memoirs blending fiction and fantasy with his own history as Johnson explores memories of his departed brother. Johnson is hosting a reading and signing of the new book Oct. 4 at 7 p.m. at McNally Robinson in Saskatoon. He joins John live.
LIVE: Harold Johnson.
11:00 – A new CBC poll says 1 in 5 Saskatchewan residents agrees with the values of US President Donald Trump, but some are suggesting Trump’s fans are quiet ones who don’t openly support the controversial president. As columnist Les MacPherson put it in an op-ed published this week on CBC, “they don’t display a MAGA bumper sticker for fear of getting keyed in the parking lot.” So why would President Trump appeal to Saskatchewan residents? Are you a secret Trump supporter? Call in and tell us why.
12:00 – Manitoba is the latest province to oppose the federal carbon tax. Former Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall, who led the charge against the proposed tax, joins John to discuss.
LIVE: Brad Wall, former Saskatchewan Premier