3:00 p.m. The City of Saskatoon is moving forward with the idea of developing a bus rapid transit system, forgoing plans for a light-rail option until the foreseeable future. Saskatoon Planning and Development Manager Alan Wallace details the plan.
3:00 p.m. A key player in Goldman Sach's equity derivatives business has called it quits, and blasts his former boss in an open letter to the New York Times. Capital Markets Reporter Tim Kiladze tells us what this says about the culture of the investment sector.
3:00 p.m. Ever been stuck on the street behind someone who was waiting to get into a drive thru? Traffic problems seem to plague many of the drive thrus in Saskatoon, leading one Saskatoon city councillor to ask the city to look into whether we should be getting any more. Two motor experts from the Toronto Star weigh in with Richard on their experiences with the drive thru
3:00 p.m. Regina-based agri-business giant Viterra may be taken over by a Swiss company.
Investment expert John Stephenson compares this potential takeover to BHP
Billiton's proposed takeover of PotashCorp.
3:30 p.m. As Saskatchewan's economy continues to boom, immigrants are being lured to the lucrative province. John Heffernan, a recent Irish immigrant, explains why he made the move.
3:00 p.m. Saskatoon's proposed Remai Art Gallery is a hot button issue in Saskatchewan's
largest city. Now a former Saskatoon mayor wants a plebiscite so the people of
Saskatoon can decided on the new art gallery. News Talk Radio's Political
Analyst Joe Garcea joins the program to talk about the governance and legitimacy
3:00 p.m. It's International Women's Day! We look at women's economic, political,
and social achievements. Betty-Ann Heggie, an activist and former Vice
President of PotashCorp, joins the conversation.
3:30 p.m. Regina lawyer Tony Merchant is considering launching a class action lawsuit against the City of Prince Albert over how officials have handled their crisis with undrinkable water. But ultimately, who will pay the price?
3:00 p.m. A half hour video bringing light to Joseph Kony, a Ugandan rebel leader, is
receiving hits by the millions and is painted all over social media. News Talk
Radio's Saskatoon News Director Angela Hill, who has lived in Uganda, responds
to the video.
3:30 p.m. The race for the GOP nomination continues to take shape with the results of Super Tuesday last night. Ben Swann, anchor with WXIX in Cincinnati, explains what this means for the presidential hopefuls.
3:00 p.m. The province gives its take on the likelihood of Saskatoon welcoming an NHL
team. Cabinet Minister Ken Cheveldayoff joins Richard and Bronwyn.
3:30 p.m. BC teachers are out on strike and Ontario's premier is threatening a wage freeze for teachers. Is education across this country on the financial chopping block? Michael Zwaagstra with the Frontier Centre for Public Policy says it may be time to rethink how we teach our kids.
3:00 p.m. Don Cherry wasn't able to finish
his thought on Coach's Corner Saturday night. The hockey commentator
gives his take on the NHL coming to Saskatoon.
3:30 p.m. Rush Limbaugh is causing a stir again. The American talk show host called a student a "slut" over her support for President Barack Obama mandating contraception services be offered by insurance companies. Now a number of high profile companies are pulling their ads from Limbaugh's program.
3:00 p.m. We're just hours away from Telemiracle 36. Singer and actor Bob McGrath joins
Richard and Bronwyn ahead of this weekend's festivities.
3:30 p.m. Could an NHL team be in Saskatoon's future? Bob Irving with CJOB in Winnipeg explains what that city had to go through to get the Jets to land.
4:00 p.m. Cruise ships may be your desire for vacation, but may end in devastation. The President of International Cruise Victims sheds some light on why lately, we have heard many tragedies with travelling passengers.