8:30 – Green Zone host Jamie Nye went to Edmonton to watch the Grey Cup Sunday, where the Stampeders defeated the Redblacks 27-16. Jamie joins John to discuss the game, the new Atlantic CFL team, and more.
LIVE: Jamie Nye, host of the Green Zone on CKOM and CJME.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – With increasing dissatisfaction with the federal government in Western Canada, is separatism becoming an issue again? Former Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall joins the show to discuss.
LIVE: Brad Wall, former Saskatchewan premier.
11:00 – The Trudeau government’s fiscal update last week included a $600-million in tax credits and incentives designed to help boost the Canadian media industry over the next five years. Conservatives have slammed the move, saying Trudeau is buttering up the media ahead of an election year and the funding is designed to secure him favourable coverage. What do you think? Does federal funding make a media outlet biased? Should the government fund organizations besides the CBC, or stay out of the media business altogether? Call in and have your say.
12:00 – Our diets typically change during the holidays, as we consume more alcohol, rich foods, candy, and more. Dr. Harold Katz, known as “the bad breath doctor,” has a list of holiday foods that can cause your breath to turn foul, and some tips on how you can avoid the buildup of bad-breath bacteria while still enjoying the holidays.
LIVE: Dr. Harold Katz, the “bad breath doctor,” and founder of the California Breath Clinics.