Gormley, Tuesday, October 16, 2018
8:30 – The Regina Bypass project is now 90 per cent complete, with the $1.88-billion project expected to be fully open next fall. The project hasn’t been trouble free, however, and has drawn criticism from the Saskatchewan NDP and certain developers. Highways and Infrastructure Minister and Estevan MLA Lori Carr joins John to give an update on the biggest transport project in the province’s history.
LIVE: Lori Carr, Highways and Infrastructure Minister.
9:00 – The Hour of the Big Stories… Open Session
10:00 – You would think cannabis activists would be celebrating the legalization of the drug on Wednesday, but many feel they’ve been pushed out by the legal framework and are worried penalties for illegal use are actually increasing. Noted cannabis activist Jodie Emery joins the show to discuss the concerns she still has on the eve of legalization.
LIVE: Jodie Emery, cannabis activist.
11:00 – Are dog-related bylaws in Saskatoon and Regina unfair to pet owners? Noted dog trainer and kennel operator Barry Gay, author of “Balanced Training: Obedience for Dogs and their Owners” joins John to discuss. Do you have questions for Barry about animal bylaws or dog training techinques? Call in and ask!
LIVE: Barry Gay, dog trainer.
12:00 – Former PotashCorp executive Betty-Ann Heggie has written a new book based on her theory of rejecting gender roles to achieve success. In her book “Gender Physics,” Heggie writes about balancing “masculine energy” and “feminine energy” to take advantage of the traditional attributes of both genders. “Gender Physics” launches Oct. 18 at 7 p.m. at McNally Robinson Booksellers in Saskatoon. Heggie joins John to discuss the ideas presented in the new book.
LIVE: Betty-Ann Heggie.