The Green and White swing back home this weekend for their first game of the season in Saskatchewan and momentum appears to be on their side. Wray Morrison, News Talk Radio's Provincial Sports Director, previews Edmonton's visit
Wray Morrison, News Talk Radio
Angela Hill and Murray Wood join Richard on the round table
Health Canada has given the green light for a new antibiotic developed to treat C. difficile infections. Dr. Joseph Blondeau, who was on the antibiotic's advisory committee and leads the University of Saskatchewan's pathology department, explains how the drug defeats the deadly superbug
Dr. Joseph Blondeau, University of Saskatchewan
Job numbers are up here in Canada and in the US. But, not enough to ease fears. Sal Guatieri, VP and Senior Economist for BMO Capital Markets, explains how we got to these numbers are where we're going
Sal Guatieri, VP and Senior Economist, BMO Capital Markets
The Roughriders are gearing up for their first home hame of the season. News Talk Radio Rider Insider Jamie Nye explains if last week's impressive win will repeat against the visiting Eskimos this Sunday
Jamie Nye, News Talk Radio
3:00 p.m. The Roughriders are gearing up for their first home game of the season. News Talk Radio Rider Insider Jamie Nye explains if last week's impressive win will repeat against the visiting Eskimos this Sunday.
Local heroes will be recongized this CFL season. Over the course of the year, Scotiabank Game Changers will celebrate the achievements of those who help out there community. Bob Taylor, Scotiabank District VP of South Saskatchewan, explains how you can take part
Bob Taylor, Scotiabank VP of South Saskatchewan
It appears the basic building block of the universe has been found. The Higgs boson or the "God particle" may be just the first step to unravelling other mysteries of the universe. Dan Riskin, co-host of Discovery Channel's Daily Planet explains what exactly the "God particle" is.
Dr. Dan Riskin, co-host Discovery Channel's Dailey Planet
The Round Table -- Angela Hill and Craig Silliphant join Richard on the round table
Now that International Cooperation Minister Bev Oda has stepped down as a Member of Parliament, speculation has it that we will soon see a cabinet shuffle. However, Prime Minister Stephen Harper says that's not going to happen. National Post columnist Kelly McParland gives his thoughts.
Kelly McParland, Columnist, National Post