3:00 p.m. With gas prices taking a sharp rise over the last month, some in the United States want to see more Canadian oil on the market. Senator John Hoeven says he would rather see Canadian oil come to the US instead of China. He joins Richard.
3:30 p.m. Home ownership is the biggest investment that Canadians will make in their lifetime and it can be a daunting task. Farhaneh Haque, who leads a team of TD Canada Trust Mobile Mortgage specialists, talks to Richard about the most common mistakes homebuyers make and how to avoid them.
3:00 p.m. Tensions over wealth-sharing between rich and poor provinces could ultimately "destroy" Canada's national unity. That's according to a new report by the Institute for Research on Public Policy. Dr. Ian Lee, Economics Professor at Carleton University, suggests the payments create resentment in high growth regions while causing stagnation in low growth regions.
3:00 p.m. And the brodcast rights to the 2014 and 2016 Winter and Summer Olympic Games go to... the CBC! The Crown corporation has won the rights to the Sochi and Rio de Janeiro games at a time when the network appears broke. Howard Bernstein, a former TV Producer for the CBC and a blogger at hlbtoo.wordpress.com, weighs in.
3:00 p.m. It's been two months since Jun Lin was allegedly killed by Luka Rocco Magnotta, but Lin's mother says she has already found "sympathy" for Magnotta. In 1999 in Taber, Alberta, Reverend Dale Lang forgave the student who killed his son in a Columbine-style shooting. Reverend Lang explains how he found forgiveness.
3:00 p.m. A 19-point cushion still wasn't enough for the Riders, blowing a commanding fourth quarter lead for the second straight week. News Talk Radio provincial sports director Wray Morrison talks about the late game collapse.
3:30 p.m. With the Riders surrendering their last two games in the dying minutes, should the Green & White use this upcoming bye week to rest or continue pushing hard? Coach and trainer Dan Smith with LifeSport Coaching suggests what he would do if he was running the show.
Fifty Shades of Grey may be the cause of a cultural turning point. Sexy sales have been shifting thanks to the erotic novel. Sarah with For Lovers Only details the change she has seen.
Sarah, For Lovers Only
There may be some disputes among Canada's Premiers, but there is one thing they all agree on -- their distaste for the federal government. Kelly McParland, a National Post columnist, gives his thoughts following the meeting of the Council of the Federation in Halifax.
Kelly McParland, National Post
Angela Hill and Sabeen Ahmad join Richard on the round table
Whooping cough is storming back to the forefront of every doctor and parent's attention. But what exactly is it? The disease has already spread to parts of Canada and the United States and many health officials are concerned. Dr. Allison McGeer, a microbilogist and infectious disease consultant with Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto, says there is reason to be alarmed.
Dr. Allison McGeer, Mount Sinai Hospital
The Ti-Cats make their way to the province tomorrow. Rider Insider Jamie Nye explains how Saskatchewan can bounce back from last week's loss to beat Hamilton.
Jaime Nye, News Talk Radio