3:00 p.m. We're just hours away from finding out who will lead Quebec on the other side of
today's election. Martin Patriquin, Maclean's Quebec Bureau Chief, explains the
possible outcomes and potential complications.
3:30 p.m. An outstanding bounce back performance for the Riders this weekend, demolishing the Blue Bombers 52-0. News Talk Radio Rider Insider Jamie Nye explains if the Green & White are back or if this was a one off win.
3:00 p.m. As classes
start, so do student protests, but some Quebec students are filing for a motion
to authorize a class action lawsuit against 25 educational institutions and the
Attorney General of Quebec. Alexandre Meterissian, editor of a Montreal-based
student newspaper, in one of those students behind the lawsuit. He talks to
3:30 p.m. The Riders prepare to go up against the Winnipeg Blue Bombers in the annual Labour Day Classic. Green Zone's Jamie Nye joins Richard.
3:00 p.m. There has been an increase of 38 per cent more deaths on Saskatchewan highways
this year -- many of them involving alcohol. Andrew Murie, CEO of MADD Canada,
discusses the next frontier against drunk driving.
3:30 p.m. According to a study by the Frontier Centre for Public Policy, much more needs to be done to help working immigrants. Lead author Dr. Bryan Schwartz explains what he calls unnecessary barriers.
3:00 p.m. Hurricane Isaac is hitting hard in the US Gulf Coast where water levels are
quickly rising while heavy wind and rainfall are coming down. We go live to New
Orleans with Jim Fisher, Program Director of Rush Radio 99.5 WRNO.
3:30 p.m. After a decade as Prince Albert's Chief of Police and more than two decades with the force, Dale McFee has stepped down from the post. He chats with Richard about the career that was.
3:00 p.m. Isaac has its eye set on the US Gulf Coast; the same region that was pummelled
by Hurricane Katrina. Randy Smith, Police Chief of Slidell, Louisiana, paints a
dark picture of his community.
3:30 p.m. La Ronge is taking a page out of Prince Albert's book by implementing a Community Mobilization Steering Committee to tackle crime and community wellness and safety in the northern community. Rachael Steinke, organizer of the committee, explains what is being done.
3:00 p.m. The amount of debt the average Canadian is carrying has hit a new high at more
than $26,000 -- and that's not including mortgages. David Cusson, CEO of Euro
Pacific Canada, explains how Canadians have gotten into this mess.
3:30 p.m. The Green & White are looking black and blue following a fifth straight loss. The Riders now hold sole possession of last in the West following a 17-10 loss to the Stampeders.
3:00 p.m. A new study suggests Canadians are among the top sellers and buyers of cannabis,
steroids, cocaine, and a number of other drugs available at Silk Road -- a
website that functions like a black market version of eBay. Cyber Security
professor Nicolas Christin with Carnegie Mellon University explains how this is
3:30 p.m. The Riders and Stamps do battle for not-last in the West. News Talk Radio Rider Insider and Green Zone host Jamie Nye with what to look for from both teams.
3:00 p.m. Don't like the Riders right now? How about a second CFL team in Saskatchewan?
The Conference Board of Canada's Mario Lefebvre has crunched the numbers and
looks at Canada's pro sports scene in 2035.
3:30 p.m. Tomorrow, the award-winning documentary The Invisible War, which exposes the epidemic of rape in the US military, will open in Saskatoon. Oscar-and Emmy-nominated director Kirby Dick joins Richard.
3:00 p.m. There are plenty of questions about Potash after today's BHP conference call
with analysts. Could potash-rich Saskatchewan be on the decline? BHP is
reporting a 58 per cent drop in second half profits. Mark Connelly, Credit
Agricole USA's head of Global Agriculture research, explains.
3:00 p.m. Who do you blame for the Roughriders' poor performance? News Talk Radio Rider
Insider Jamie Nye on the QB controversy.
3:30 p.m. The Wounded Warriors organization will do a little more than just say thank you to our veterans. This weekend, it will be hosting a weekend getaway in Nipawin for more than 100 Canadian and American veterans. Wounded Warriors founder Wayne Johnston joins Richard.