8:30 – The province announced its ridesharing rules Thursday, which will allow companies like Uber and Lyft to operate in Saskatchewan starting Dec. 14, as soon as municipalities pass their own ridesharing bylaws. Joe Hargrave, SGI minister, joins John to discuss ridesharing.
LIVE: Joe Hargrave, minister responsible for SGI.
8:50 – Kelly Frie, director of the Saskatchewan Taxi Cab Association, joins John now to give the taxi industry perspective on ridesharing in Saskatchewan. While many celebrated yesterday’s announcement, the cab association said it could put public safety at risk.
LIVE: Kelly Frie, director of the Saskatchewan Taxi Cab Association.
9:00 – The Ultimate Open Lines…
Lise Merle, Founder of Socialite Media.
Tenille Lafontaine, Feisty, Frugal & Fabulous.
11:00 – Have a very PC Christmas! From “Baby It’s Cold Outside” to the animated “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer,” many holiday classics are now considered offensive. What do you think? Is it fair to ban traditional favourites if the message doesn’t hold up to modern standards, or is this just overzealous censorship?