Blue SkySask. MP giving school tour when first shot rang out on Parliament HillOct 22, 2014 | 3:37Sask. MP Maurice Vellacott was giving home school kids and their families a tour nearby when the first shot rang out on Parliament Hill today. He explains to Blue Sky host Garth Materie what happened.
Blue SkyYour say on dust-up between nurses' groupsSep 19, 2014 | 25:52Health policy analyst Steven Lewis joined Blue Sky host Garth Materie with his take on the tensions between the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses and the Saskatchewan Association of Licensed Practical Nurses.
Blue SkyCrisis in IraqAug 14, 2014 | 21:39Wisam Salih, a security analyst with the Canadian International Council, talks with listeners about the crisis in Iraq and what can be done to alleviate the situation.
Blue SkyPeople in Prince Albert march in support of homeless woman badly hurt in attackJun 19, 2014 | 8:33Blue Sky guest host Dan Kerslake speaks with Chief Edward Henderson of the Montreal Lake Cree Nation and Lorna Thiessen, aunt of Marlene Bird. They marched to show support for the woman who was burned in an attack that cost her both legs.
Blue SkySome advice from a 10-year-old cancer survivorJun 13, 2014 | 3:49Gabriel Reaume is ten years old and for two years he's struggled with cancer. He's had a lung removed and five ribs removed. But somehow, he's made it through it all. He talks to Blue Sky host Garth Materie about how he deals with cancer.
Blue SkyWhy police were so concerned about alleged Saskatoon abductionJun 2, 2014 | 1:54Why were police pulling out all stops to find a Saskatoon woman who had allegedly been abducted? CBC's Dan Zakreski shares details of suspect Clinton McLaughlin's past with guest-host Sheila
Blue SkyOnline tool for protecting bee coloniesMay 23, 2014 | 7:48Saskatchewan farmers have a new way to protect bees. We hear about an online tool called Driftwatch that helps protect pesticide-sensitive crops and bee colonies from pesticide drift.
Blue SkyReflecting on the explosion at ValcartierMay 21, 2014 | 10:30Next month, a military ombudsman will start to investigate an explosion that ripped through a military base Quebec in 1974. We hear memories from that day.
Blue SkyWhy a Saskatoon mom wants tougher drug lawsMay 13, 2014 | 0:57Carla Fenton Katchmar wants the government to give parents more power to force teens into drug treatment. She spoke to Blue Sky on CBC Radio One about the last time she saw her 16-year-old daughter before she died of a drug overdose.