8:30 – As the fall session gets underway in the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, we check in with Premier Scott Moe to find out what his goals are for the upcoming session and what he thinks will be the key issues. We’ll also get the latest update on Moe’s fight against on the carbon tax, after new details were announced Tuesday by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.
LIVE: Premier Scott Moe
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – One week after the legalization of cannabis, many employers and workers still have unanswered questions around cannabis policies, drug testing, and more. Labour and employment lawyer Amy Groothuis, with Miller Thompson, joins the show to discuss the responsibilities of workers and employers when it comes to cannabis.
LIVE: Amy Groothuis, labour and employment lawyer with Miller Thompson
11:00 – It’s time for Saskatchewan’s Smartest Radio Listener! Powered by Bathfitter.
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12:00 – Former police detective and Western University professor Michael Arntfield has a new book out this fall, exploring the never-before-told true story of Metro Nashville detective sergeant Pat Postiglione’s work bringing serial killers to justice. Dr. Arntfield joins John to discuss the book, titled “Monster City: Murder, Music, and Mayhem in Nashville’s Dark Age.”
LIVE: Dr. Michael Arntfield, Professor at Western University, crime historian and author