8:30 – The Riders secured a home playoff game with a 35-16 win over the B.C. lions on Saturday. Belton Johnson, former Rider offensive tackle and regular CKOM/CJME CFL analyst, joins the show to help break down the Riders’ win and what the playoff picture looks like.
LIVE: Belton Johnson, in for Arielle Zerr.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – Would you give candy to high-school aged kids if they showed up at your door on Halloween? South of the border, some states have actually imposed age limits for trick-or-treating, with many drawing the line around age 12. What age did you stop going door-to-door asking for candy, and how old is too old to trick or treat? Call in and have your say.
11:00 – Drs. Bill and Marley Waiser join the show to share their WWI family history. Both lost relatives during the Great War; Marley’s two great uncles died in Flanders and were never found, while Bill lost a great uncle at the Somme who was also never found. With the 100-year anniversary of the end of the war fast approaching, Bill and Marley will share their thoughts on the importance of remembering the history of one of the bloodiest conflicts in history.
LIVE: Dr. Bill Waiser, noted Saskatchewan historian and author, and Dr. Marley Waiser, retired Environment Canada research scientist.
12:00 – After experiencing years of bullying, 16-year-old Saskatoon student Kelli Lemstra created an app called “The Daily Difference” that’s meant to help those who are victimized. The app serves as a resource for young people trying to cope with bullying and mental health challenges. The app includes self-help modules and can connect bullying victims with pediatricians or psychologists to help care for their mental health. Kelli joins John to discuss the app and how bullying can cause real harm.
LIVE: Kelli Lemstra