MINIMUM WAGE IS GOING UP: Good news for workers on the bottom end of the scale -- minimum wage will go up to $10 an hour starting in December. Not so good news for employers with minimum wage earning employees.
JUSTIN BIEBER BARFS ON STAGE: Do you go to work sick? Do you feel pressure to keep coming in, even when it would be best for you to stay at home? Justin Bieber hurled on stage, admitted he was sick, and then finished his show.
TRASH TALKING PARLIMENTARIANS: We are still in the early years of a Tory Majority government, so why do you think the rhetoric is so hot in Ottawa and the Speaker is being asked to cool things down?
BATH AND BODY WORKS IN REGINA: How to break Twitter or Facebook in 10 minutes or less? Share with people what you've discovered: Bath and Body Works is indeed coming to Regina.
GOOD NEWS/BAD NEWS/NO NEWS: There’s news, and then there is good news, bad news and no news.
CATTLE RANCHERS REACT TO BEEF RECALL: The beef recall and the closing of the X-L processing plant in Alberta is having a cascading impact through the food system in Canada. Regina’s Morning News reporter Sarah Mills joins us to talk about the impact on our province’s ranchers.
About Sports Night with Drew Remenda
Sports Night with Drew Remenda is about more than the score. From 6 to 8 p.m. each weekday, sports fans can call in to discuss the big sports stories of the day and a have few laughs along the way.
Drew brings on the stars of the CFL, NHL as well as some of the top notch analysts in sports. Of course in Saskatchewan, Sports Night is the place to go to discuss the real issues surrounding the province's team, the Roughriders.
During the CFL season, catch Premier's Picks when Premier Brad Wall calls in to talk football once a week and gives his CFL prognostications. Each Monday, Drew gives his winners and losers from the past week in sport in a segment called Champs and Chumps. He wraps up every week with the Friday Night Roundtable as the local stars in sports media discuss the top sports stories of the week.
Drew’s hometown is Saskatoon, where he fell in love with hockey and created a career in the sport. He’s currently the television colour analyst for the San Jose Sharks after serving as assistant and associate coach for the team and its top developmental affiliate, the Kansas City Blades, respectively. Before joining the Sharks organization, he served as the video coordinator for Hockey Canada. Remenda’s vast hockey background also includes a stint as assistant coach at the University of Calgary and coaching at the amateur level since 1983.