8:30 – Justice Minister Don Morgan joins the program to discuss the results of the province’s survey on trespassing. The government received 1,601 responses to the survey, and 65% felt permission should be obtained before venturing onto privately-owned land in all cases. The survey will guide the government as they work to reform trespassing legislation in Saskatchewan.
LIVE: Don Morgan, justice minister.
9:00 – The Ultimate Open Lines…
Tenille Lafontaine, Feisty, Frugal & Fabulous.
Mike Couros, in for Lise Merle.
11:00 – One of John’s favourite action heroes, Jack Reacher, has been played by Tom Cruise twice on the big screen. But author Lee Child says he doesn’t want Cruise to return for the TV adaptation because Cruise is 5’7″ and Reacher (in the books) is 6’5″. Do you think Cruise did a good job in the role? Who would you want to play Reacher? Call in and let us know.
12:00 – The family of Chris Wenzel, a well-known Saskatoon tattoo artist, is working to preserve his tattoos after his death in accordance with his wishes. The 41-year-old Wenzel passed in October after an illness, and an American company called Save My Ink Forever helped to surgically remove 70 per cent of his skin for preservation and later display in Wenzel’s tattoo studio. Kyle Sherwood did the work, and he joins John to discuss the process and the growing demand for post-mortem tattoo preservation.
LIVE: Kyle Sherwood, Chief Operating Officer of Save My Ink Forever.