8:30 – On Tuesday Saskatchewan’s provincial government tabled amendments to The Trespass to Property Act, The Snowmobile Act, and The Wildlife Act, 1998, in an effort to move the onus of responsibility from rural landowners to individuals seeking access to their property. Under the amended acts, people who wish to use the land will be required to obtain prior permission. Although this legislation has been a long time coming, it remains controversial for many. Justice Minister Don Morgan joins the show to discuss the changes.
LIVE: Don Morgan, Saskatchewan justice minister and attorney general.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – Tim McMillan, President and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers, joins the show to discuss a new report by CAPP.
LIVE: Tim McMillan, President and CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers.
11:00 – It’s time for Saskatchewan’s Smartest Radio Listener! Powered by Bathfitter.
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12:00 – Would you believe that binge-watching the popular British television series Downtown Abbey could pay off in your professional life? Authors and sisters Jeanne and Laurelie Martinson join the show to tell you how with their new book “Change Management Lessons from Downton Abbey,” which is set to launch Thursday in Saskatoon. This is the second book in their series, following last years “Leadership Lesson from Downtown Abbey.”
LIVE: Jeanne Martinson, best-selling author, researcher and speaker.
Laurelie Martinson, author and management communications specialist.