8:30 – Two Canadian killers – Paul Bernardo and Terri-Lynne McClintic – have been in the news recently. McClintic because she was moved to a low-security healing lodge in Saskatchewan despite serving a life sentence for a heinous murder, and Bernardo because he’s scheduled to try for parole later this month. Postmedia columnist and commentator Mark Bonokoski joins John to discuss the fates of Canada’s worst criminals.
LIVE: Mark Bonokoski, award-winning newspaper columnist and commentator with Postmedia Network’s Sun Media division.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – City Hall Hotline is back! Regina Mayor Michael Fougere and Saskatoon Mayor Charlie Clark join the show for City Hall Hotline.
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12:00 – Saskatchewan farmers looking to dry their grain using propane have been running into issues – there’s not enough to go around. According to Federated Co-Op, their typical 48-hour delivery time has been slowed to about 10 days in areas like Melfort. Ian Boxall is a grain producer in the Tisdale area and vice-president of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS). He joins John to discuss the shortage.
LIVE: Ian Boxall, farmer and Vice President, Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan.