Guests: Amanda Galbraith, Principal at Navigator and host of Free For All Fridays , Toronto City Councillor Shelley Carroll and Patrick Harris, Former John Tory Campaign Manager, now with Rubicon Strategies.
Guests: Tim Hudak, former leader of the Ontario Conservatives, now with the OREA , NEWSTALK 1010’s Adwoa Nsiah-Yeboah and Kofi Hope, with Monumental and the Toronto Star.
Test Tube Thursdays with NEWSTALK 1010 Science Expert Dan Riskin: Whether stick tape gives hockey players an advantage and how adding gold to wine could improve the taste.
Discussing the biggest stories of the day including Toronto's mayoral candidates turning their fire at the front runner, how Gen Z says you need a $100k salary, security for cabinet ministers, and fans boo a controversial Jays player.
Dr. Jeffrey Meyer, study senior author and Canada Research Chair at the Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, joins Moore In The Morning with new research that shows how even a mild case of Covid-19 can can cause long term issues in the brain.
Guests: Mississauga City Councillor Dipika Damerla, Principal at Broadway Strategy.com and the man behind Touchdowns & Fumbles heard Fridays, Bob Reid and Lindsay Broadhead, Strategic Communications and Public Affairs Advisor.
Guests: Tim Hudak, former leader of the Ontario Conservatives, now with the OREA , POWERGROUP Communications and Host of the O-Show, Laura Babcock and Mark Warner, international trade lawyer.
Mayoral candidate Anthony Furey reveals to the greater electorate that Toronto Public Health distributes drug paraphernalia in locations other than safe supply centres. City Councillor and Board of Health Chair Chris Moise tells Moore In The Morning that he's "infuriated" by the way Furey frames the debate, noting that the program promotes harm reduction.
Grant LaFleche, award-winning investigative journalist with The Hamilton Spectator, joins Moore In The Morning with a deep dive into the rise of hate across Ontario.
What are the best foods for your memory, running is good for the brain, and exercise in the afternoon helps diabetics.
Discussing the biggest stories of the day including Fireworks on the TTC, free crack pipes, loud neighbourhoods, the feds selling off properties, and knocked out by cheese.
Guests: Sunira Chaudhri, employment lawyer at Workley Law, Queen's Park Bureau Chief at the Toronto Star, Robert Benzie and Former Liberal MP Adam Vaughan.
Guests: Scott Reid, CTV Political Commentator and advisor to a number of Prime Ministers, premiers and political leaders, Deb Hutton, former advisor to two premiers and Jerry Agar.
Elon Musk's brain implant company gets FDA approval for human trials, thousands of safety concerns and privacy problems with Tesla, and a lawyer lands in hot water after he used ChatGPT to write a brief riddled with fake citations.
Jeff Corcoran, founder of Toronto funeral home Kinwood, joins Moore In The Morning to discuss launching North America's first film studio inside a funeral home, offering people the chance to leave stories, memories, well-wishes and sympathies in a more modern way - via video.
Discussing the biggest stories of the day including York Region Catholic schools voting down Pride, a Blue Jays player coming out as anti-gay, whether Toronto is facing a "city-cession," and Mississauga’s city council calling for a change to the national anthem lyrics.
Guests: Deb Hutton, former advisor to two premiers, Children’s Music Teacher Michelle Morrow and Paven Bratch, Serial entrepreneur in marketing, tech and real estate development, plus a part time farmer.
Guests: Sabrina Nanji with Queen’s Park Observer, Journalist and co-founder of The Line, an online magazine, Matt Gurney and Jon Burnside, Toronto City Councillor and TTC Chair.
Toronto City Councillor and candidate for mayor Brad Bradford joins Moore In The Morning to discuss using his phone to make campaign videos while behind the wheel and whether that is a bad example to set. Plus, open drinking in the park, which is also a bylaw violation.
Western University economist Mike Moffatt tells Moore In The Morning how the massive inflow of international students to postsecondary programs is a major driver of soaring residential rents in many of the province’s communities.
Toronto’s TikTok Traffic Cop Sean Shapiro joins Moore In The Morning to discuss whether using your phone to make campaign videos while behind the wheel in traffic is allowed, eh Councillor Bradford…
Discussing the biggest stories of the day including Brad Bradford in hot water for his new campaign videos, the city seemingly not enforcing its own rules, whether universities are responsible for high rents in the GTA, and what's happening with 24 Sussex.
Guests: NEWSTALK 1010’s Jason Agnew, Patrick Brown, Mayor of Brampton and Toronto lawyer Caryma Sa’d.
Guests: Dave Trafford, host and producer of On The Ledge - the Ontario Politics Podcast, Toronto lawyer Courtney Betty of Betty’s Law and Jerry Agar.
Sherwin Modeste, executive director of Pride Toronto, tells Moore In The Morning how soaring security and insurance costs have organizers considering cutting some of its 2023 programming. Plus, a call for legislation to prevent protesters from interrupting the festivities.
Freewheeling Friday with Maureen Holloway: Succession finale on Sunday. A rare example of “tune in” appointment viewing.
Dr Chris van Tulleken, author of Ultra Processed People, joins Moore In The Morning with a look at how ultra-processed foods take over, and what they are doing to us.
Discussing the biggest stories of the day including Toronto's mayor hopefuls squaring off once again, whether Toronto can still be considered a "world class city," Ontario giving out gift cards for those with smart thermostats, and a scary moment on a South Korean flight.
Guests: Lawyer, professor, and activist Pamela Palmater; Tim Hudak, former leader of the Ontario Conservatives, now with the OREA; NEWSTALK 1010’s Adwoa Nsiah-Yeboah
NEWSTALK 1010’s Robert Turner; Amanda Galbraith, Principal at Navigator and host of Free For All Fridays; Toronto City Councillor Shelley Carroll