8:30 – A number of pipe bombs were intercepted yesterday while en route to prominent Democrats including former President Barack Obama and former First Lady Hillary Clinton. Just this morning another suspicious package was reported at the building in Manhattan that houses Robert De Niro’s production company, making a total of eight. Phil Gurski, a former CSIS senior threat analyst, joins John to discuss the attempted mail bombings.
LIVE: Phil Gurski, President and CEO of Borealis Threat and Risk Consulting and Former Senior Strategic Analyst at CSIS.
9:00 – Liberal M.P. Ralph Goodale was in his home province this week to help announce details of the federal carbon tax. “Doing nothing about Climate Change is not cost-free,” Goodale joins the show to discuss the carbon tax, and what he thinks it will do for Saskatchewan residents.
LIVE: Ralph Goodale, Saskatchewan M.P. and minister of public safety and emergency preparedness.
9:15 – Bug’s Day: The HOUR OF RAGE!
10:00 – Niels Veldhuis, economist and President of the Fraser Institute, joins John to discuss competitiveness in Saskatchewan and Canada, and what can be done to improve our current economic situation.
LIVE: Niels Veldhuis, President of the Fraser Institute.
11:00 – Does Pineapple belong on pizza? What about anchovies? Strawberries? Where do you draw the line? A recent Abacus Data poll found a quarter of Canadians consider it “blasphemous” to put pineapple on pizza, but others think Hawaiian pizza is the best thing since… well, pizza. Where do you land? Call in and have your say!
12:00 – Both the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan (APAS) and the Grain Growers of Canada have said the proposed rebate system under the Liberal Party’s carbon pricing plan will hurt Canadian farmers. While the tax backstop policy has an exemption for diesel and gasoline used on farms, natural gas and propane are not included. APAS President Todd Lewis joins John now to discuss the carbon tax.
LIVE: Todd Lewis, president of the Agricultural Producers Association of Saskatchewan.