The Breakfast Wrap is everything you need to start your day in an easy to consume podcast. It's a commuter podcast for people jumping on public transit or for those out walking the dog. By John Moore host of Moore in the Morning on Newstalk 1010 in Toronto.
It's going to be hot, hot, hot these next few days. John Moore has some thoughts on the Premier going toe to toe with the press, the Housing Minister digging in, Canadians are living paycheque to paycheque, the yearly argument over the air show, and Toronto could lose its oldest building.
Will he, won't he? While Doug Ford does his best Tammy Wynette karaoke, calls get louder for the firing of Ontario's housing minister. John Moore digs into the Integrity Commission's report, 9-1-1 callers waiting on hold, the aftermath of Idalia, and a Nazi uniform hanging in a Waterloo area thrift shop.
Got a car that's irresistible to thieves? You may have to pay more in insurance now. John Moore has the latest on Hurricane Idalia hitting Florida, Global Affairs warning gay Canadians about travel to the US, more reaction to Canada's own trans-panic, Doug Ford stick handling the Greenbelt file, and Wasaga Beach says certain cars are banned this weekend.
Ontario's housing and education ministers are in the hot seat today. John Moore back behind the mic looks at calls to have parents more involved in kids changing their pronouns, a wide gap in grocery prices, the TTC replacing another streetcar line with buses, whether CTE is affecting younger athletes, and how a hotel maid pulled off major gun bust in the city.
Former Mayor John Tory guest hosts Moore in the Morning.
There's gonna be a whole lotta taxing going on in Toronto if the city council executive committee gets its way. John Moore looks at polls that show Doug Ford has been hurt from the Greenbelt report, Donald Trump makes the list of famous mugshots, terrible traffic in the 6ix, a Quebec company buying its employees a private island, and British police investigating deaths linked to a Canadian self harm site.
I'm guessing Auston Matthews will have some new friends coming out of the woodwork now. John Moore looks at Toronto residents support for taxes that don't have to pay, the possible death of a Russian mercenary, Trump to be fingerprinted, another bus driver shortage, no plan from the Liberals on housing, and Jordon Peterson taking social media classes.
Turns out, the bike riding Deputy Prime Minister has a bit of a lead foot. John Moore looks at the latest wrinkle in the Greenbelt scandal, how residents in a west end apartment building are still dealing with power issues, details about a random stabbing in Oshawa, and whether 'Time Blindness' is a real thing.
Was not expecting to see an arctic fox run across the street today. Ok maybe that's a little exaggeration...but it is cold this morning. John Moore even put on his fancy seat warmers. Meanwhile, some Toronto residents are still without power following a fire, another group of teachers planning to strike, Greektown shop owners bemoan the provincial response, and calls to boycott Facebook.
The northwest is on fire, the southwest is underwater. Who angered Mother Nature? John Moore looks at Toronto police's tone deaf response to auto theft, the city's former mayors asking the council to give up on renaming Dundas Street, whether Ontario will change how property taxes are handled, and Paramount Prince earns a friend of the show a lot of cash.
Toronto is about to break out their copies of 'Revolver' as City Hall considers new taxes. John Moore looks at the revenue raising plans coming from council, Doug Ford saving a staffer in hot water, the evacuation of Yellowknife, and the rudest cities in Canada.
After a drug consumption centre employee was charged in the shooting death of a mother in Leslieville, the Province is now reviewing such sites. John Moore has the latest on the evacuation of Yellowknife, Toronto looking at new taxes, freelance trying to clean up the encampments, why Canada is so bad at building transit, and the internet is screaming over a small tip.
Elvis died on this date in 1977. John Moore's first thought: Oh it's Madonna's birthday. Don't be cruel... Also in the news, narrowing down the new names for Dundas Street, another arrest in the Leslieville shooting, Toronto police sued over carding, Olivia Chow making good with the cops, and how speculators have descended on Maui.
John Moore got a new umbrella and he's really excited to share. That's the update. But if you must know what else is in the news: teachers threaten a strike ahead of the new school year, Toronto's tourism hasn't recovered, TTC riders have a new way to pay, escaping the Maui fires, and a young Leafs prospect dies well before his time.
Housing costs in the GTA have hit such extreme levels, one mayor can't even afford to live in her own town. John Moore looks at Toronto's big drug problem, Joey Batts retiring as a Blue Jay, protests to save the Greenbelt, and the latest from Maui.
Fire crews battling five-alarm fire at industrial site in west Toronto, Toronto, GTA gas prices expected to hit highest price of year on Friday, Taste of the Danforth returns this weekend following three-year hiatus and Doug Ford continues to fight Greenbelt report with spin - Premier Doug Ford will be joined by Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing, to provide remarks and hold a media availability this morning at...
It's amazing how Robbie Robertson's immoral lyric, "Oh, you don't know the shape I'm in," could apply to everyone today: Premier Doug Ford, Minister Steve Clark, Taylor Swift fans, some Toronto City Councillors, GTA drivers. John Moore digs into it all, plus how one company caught an employee slacking off.
While the pundits are furiously refreshing their feeds for the AG's report on Doug Ford and the Greenbelt, everyone else will be furiously refreshing their feeds trying to score Taylor Swift tickets. John Moore looks at Zoom asking workers to return to the office, the LCBO phasing out paper bags, the latest from Ukraine, and Trudeau takes his daughter to the movies.
"Well hello," the first words of returning from vacation John Moore. And while I'm sure he could spend the entire 30 minutes discussing his two weeks on the Cape, there is news to discuss: stabbings in the city, an elderly man bares it all, violence at a street festival, the tow truck wars ramping up again, Harry and Meghan buy a book, and Justin Trudeau takes his son to the movies.
Nine years after the song was released, Jerry Agar finally listens to Taylor Swift's "Blank Space" and has his mind blown! Besides the huge economic impact to the city, he also looks at two TDSB teens with perfect grades not getting into the programs of their choice, Toronto's MPs telling Olivia Chow to beg Doug Ford for more money, and Buffy Sainte-Marie calling it quits.
"McCartney: A Life in Lyrics" offers listeners the opportunity to sit in on conversations between Paul McCartney and poet Paul Muldoon dissecting the people, experiences, and art that inspired McCartney’s songwriting. These conversations were held during the past several years as the two collaborated on the best selling book, “The Lyrics: 1965 to Present.” Over two seasons and 24 episodes of “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics”, you’ll hear a combination master class, memoir, and improvised journey with one of the most beloved figures in popular music. Each episode focuses on one song from McCartney’s iconic catalog – spanning early Beatles through his solo work. Season 1 premieres on October 4th. “McCartney: A Life in Lyrics” is a co-production between iHeart Media, MPL and Pushkin Industries. Cover Portrait © 1967 Paul McCartney / Photographer: Linda McCartney
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