Murray Mandryk, Arthur White-Crummey and Phil Tank discuss the results of the federal election from a Saskatchewan perspective, Tank talks about going to the PPC’s party in Saskatoon, Moe finally speaks up after the election, and COVID-19 continues to ravage Saskatchewan’s health care system.
The rift between what Saskatchewan health officials are recommending and what politicians are doing continues to grow, along with the province’s number of COVID-19 cases and hospitalizations.
Is there any possibility Premier Scott Moe will alter the government’s policy on how it handles the fourth wave?
Murray, Arthur and CBC’s Adam Hunter talk about the Saskatchewan government’s hands-off approach to the fourth wave of the COVID-19 pandemic. They also discuss Scott Moe and Ryan Meili staying quiet during the federal election.
Murray Mandryk, Arthur White-Crummey and Star-Phoenix reporter Phil Tank bring you inside the world of Saskatchewan's most dedicated anti-vaxxers. What do they think? How do they operate? And what will they do now that COVID numbers are declining?
Leader Post reporters Lynn Giesbrecht, Murray Mandryk and Arthur White-Crummey bring you the latest COVID updates. They take a look at eHealth Saskatchewan's plan to help the federal government with vaccine passports and track the Delta variant's spread.
Murray Mandryk and Arthur White-Crummey are joined by 980 CJME's Lisa Schick to discuss the federal rejection of Moe's carbon pricing pitch and concerns over unvaccinated youth who are reviving pre-pandemic nightlife.
This week we kick things off by talking about Justin Trudeau’s visit to Cowessess First Nation, which has taken over jurisdiction of child welfare. Then we chat about Scott Moe’s relationship with the Indigenous community, the government’s plan to lift restrictions on Sunday and a look at where the budget and deficit stand right now. This week’s special guest is CBC Saskatchewan’s Adam Hunter.
The discovery of 751 unmarked graves at the grounds of a former residential school on Cowessess First Nation made international headlines, and has prompted many Canadians to ask themselves tough questions. Murray Mandryk, Arthur White-Crummey and Alec Salloum discuss the effects of the grim discovery at home and abroad.
Zak Vescera joins Murray Mandryk and Arthur White-Crummey to talk about the slow uptake in first-dose vaccines and Moe’s decision to lift all restrictions by July 11.
Marble Palace and Rider Rumblings collide this week! Murray Mandryk and Arthur White-Crummey are joined by Leader-Post sports editor Rob Vanstone to discuss the upcoming CFL season. How will the Roughriders bring in revenue and should ticket buyers tread cautiously?