8:30 – The Government of Saskatchewan is on track to hit a balanced budget by 2019-20, with a deficit $17 million less than projected on budget day. That’s according to the mid-year update issued yesterday by Finance Minister Donna Harpauer. Minister Harpauer joins Murray now to talk about the state of the province’s finances.
LIVE: Donna Harpauer, finance minister.
9:00 – The Ultimate Open Lines…
Lise Merle, Founder of Socialite Media.
Tenille Lafontaine, Feisty, Frugal & Fabulous.
11:00 – Legislation to amend Saskatchewan’s trespassing laws tabled this week have been causing quite a stir among hunters, snowmobilers, and First Nations. Under the new laws, anyone wishing to enter rural land would need the prior permission of the landowner. Darrel Crabbe, executive director of the Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation, joins Murray to discuss what impact the changes might have on hunters.
LIVE: Darrell Crabbe, executive director with Saskatchewan Wildlife Federation.
12:00 – TV contractor Mike Holmes has some thoughts on what to do with the aging and asbestos-filled official residence of the Prime Minister. Holmes once put in a bid to renovate the 1868-built property, but now he’s suggesting that it might be a better idea to turn it into a museum. Holmes joins Murray now to talk about the future of one of Canada’s most famous houses.
LIVE: Mike Holmes, TV host and professional contractor.