Saskatoon Afternoon

The Afternoon News with Richard Brown

Show date: 
Tue, 2010-11-09 15:41

3 p.m. The Saskatchewan Federation of Labour (SFL) says minimum wage should be just over $15 per hour; 75 per cent of the average industrial wage. They believe the higher minimum wage will be good for the economy.

GUEST: Larry Hubich, president, SFL (Calling in b/u 539.6469)

3:15 p.m. The Saskatchewan Federation of Labour (SFL) says minimum wage should be just over $15 per hour; 75 per cent of the average industrial wage. They believe the higher minimum wage will be good for the economy.

Afternoon Show with Richard Brown schedule Oct. 28, 2010

Show date: 
Thu, 2010-10-28 15:33

3 p.m. A controversial Manitoba First Nations leader gives his take on the potash industry and First Nations in Saskatchewan.

GUEST: Chief Terrence Nelson of Roseau River Anishinabe First Nation

3:30 p.m. Open Lines

CALLER QUESTION: Slutty Halloween costumes — fun or degrading?

4 p.m. Former hockey coach, Graham James, who faces charges for sexual assault is now in custody.

GUEST: Mike McIntyre, justice reporter for the Winnipeg Free Press and host of radio show Crime and Punishment

The Afternoon Show with Richard Brown schedule Oct. 25, 2010

Show date: 
Mon, 2010-10-25 14:45

3 p.m. A Calgary Hockey campaign known as Respect In Sports is catching on. How does it work? Will it keep parents in line?
GUEST: Perry Cananagh of Calgary Hockey.

3:30 p.m. Open Lines

4 p.m. The Canadian Federation of Independent Business has completed a report on Communities in Bloom. The City of Prince Albert is number four right behind Saskatoon.
GUEST: Prince Albert Mayor Jim Scarrow