Saskatoon Afternoon - Friday March 27

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Fri, 2015-03-27 16:00

Saskatoon Afternoon with David Kirton: Friday March 27th 2015

4:00pm - The Saskatoon SPCA is asking for you to help a special group of dachshunds find victory in overcoming the odds!

4:15pm - Former Saskatchewan Roughrider Quinn Magnuson joins David to chat about the proposed CFL rule changes.

4:30pm - Police in at least one Canadian city which has legal strip shows says there's been no connection between the stripper bars and human trafficking.

4:45pm - When police raided the home of the co-pilot accused of purposely crashing Germanwings Flight 9525 into the French Alps on Tuesday, the officers found evidence that he suffered from a mental illness, which he may have been hiding from his employers before allegedly taking the lives of 149 passengers and crew along with his own life. How should we talk about mental health?

5:00pm - People in Africa's most populous country are preparing to to head to the polls tomorrow to decide who will run Nigeria. We hear from a U of S student whose family still lives in northern Nigeria.

5:15pm - Gardenscape is taking place this weekend! David chats with a few avid gardeners.

5:30pm - The Alberta government introduced the Skin Cancer Prevention Act this week, addressing the use of tanning beds for people under 18. A cancer survivor is urging Saskatchewan to do the same.

5:45pm - Saskatchewan's budget is looking pretty good compared to the one Alberta tabled yesterday!