8:30 – CJME Assistant News Director Sarah Mills joins John to discuss the newly-released audited financials from the Humboldt Broncos.
LIVE: Sarah Mills, Assistant News Director for CJME.
9:00 – The Ultimate Open Lines…
Lise Merle, Founder of Socialite Media.
Tenille Lafontaine, Feisty, Frugal & Fabulous.
11:00 – Correctional Investigator Ivan Zinger’s recent annual report slammed Correctional Service Canada’s internal investigation into the fatal 2016 riot at the Saskatchewan Penitentiary. According to Zinger, CSC’s report concluded the riot was random and unforeseen, while his own investigation found food shortages and quality issues were contributing to tensions inside the prison. The riot left one inmate dead, eight others injured, and damaged large portions of the facility. Zinger joins John to discuss the conflicting reports.
LIVE: Correctional Investigator Ivan Zinger.
12:00 – Author Edward Willett’s most recent project saw him edit and publish the WWI memoirs of his grandfather-in-law Sampson Goodfellow. Goodfellow fought at the Battle of the Somme, Passchendale, and Vimy Ridge. He joined Royal Flying Corps and became a navigator, got engaged to be married during the war, and survived being shot down and captured. Goodfellow’s good luck seemed to save his life a number of times during the war, hence the book’s title “One Lucky Devil: The First World War Memoirs of Sampson J. Goodfellow.” Willett will be signing copies of the book Nov. 4 at Chapters Regina.
LIVE: Edward Willett, editor of “One Lucky Devil.”