8:30 – Even without Charleston Hughes, the Riders beat the Stampeders 29-24 on Saturday, recovering from their punishing shutout loss against Winnipeg. CKOM/CJME’s CFL reporter Arielle Zerr joins John to discuss the game.
LIVE: Arielle Zerr, CKOM/CJME CFL reporter
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – Flu shots are available across Saskatchewan starting today, but only about 26 per cent of Saskatchewan residents get their shot each year. John rolls up his sleeve on the air!
LIVE: Nurse clinician Angela Romanchuk, Medical Health Officer Dr. Hortense Tabien
11:00 – Kimberly Evans is fighting to have the province cover a costly cystic fibrosis drug to help treat her daughter, Cassidy Evans. The drug, Orkambi, can slow the fatal disease’s progression by attacking the genetic defect at the root of the condition. Unfortunately, the treatment is quite costly, priced at around $240,000/year. She joins John to discuss her battle to have the drug covered.
LIVE: Kimberly Evans
11:15 – A new study suggests tipping improves customer satisfaction, and diners aren’t as happy with their experience if a tip is added automatically to their bill. Do you think restaurants should do away with tipping, or is it still an important part of the “restaurant experience”? Call in and have your say!
12:00 – Retired Regina teacher Patricia Sinclair has penned a children’s book about the D-Day landings. Her debut book, “Lena’s Story: the D-Day Landings,” tells the important history through a narrative to help interest young readers while educating them about the harsh realities of the Second World War. Sinclair joins John to talk about the new book.
LIVE: Patricia Sinclair, author of “Lena’s Story: The D-Day Landings”