The Breakfast Wrap

The Breakfast Wrap

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.

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May 18, 2022 24 min

The Breakfast Wrap for Wednesday May 18. Homeowners might want to grab a coat; the market in Toronto seems to be cooling. John Moore looks into the rise in carjackings across the GTA, what's behind all the airport delays, Prince Charles' lands in Canada, whether use of the Emergencies Act was justified, Joe Biden visits Buffalo, and how young people aren't into adultery. 

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The Breakfast Wrap for Tuesday May 17. If you had a Range Rover in the Etobicoke Cineplex parking lot, you don't any more. Sorry Mitch Marner. The Maple Leafs star is the latest to have his vehicle carjacked. John Moore digs into the recent number of incidents seen in the GTA over the last few weeks. Also in the news, Ontario's leaders spar in last night's debate, TDSB students walk out in protest, controversial former ...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Monday May 16. Between the high price of gas and the Leafs losing, is it really worth getting out of bed? John Moore looks at how Toronto residents are coping, along with the city choosing its official tree, the Ontario leaders gearing up for tonight's debate, and the city of Buffalo mourning 10 people killed in an alleged racially motivated mass shooting.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Friday the 13th. Has triskaidekaphobia set in? John Moore digs into the Ontario Liberals firing a third candidate in the upcoming election, a million dollar lawsuit filed against the TTC by the woman pushed on the tracks, no booze for you in Toronto parks, gas prices hit yet another record, Doug Ford bringing his cheat sheet to the debate, and the Maple Leafs forcing Game 7.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Thursday May 12. Could the Leafs advance to the next round tonight? Maple Leafs fans wait with baited breath for the Buds to down the Bolts. John Moore digs into the city hiring security guards to prevent new park encampments from springing up and police still working to ID the little girl found in a dumpster. Plus how many times can we hear the sad trombone on the show? Probably more than we heard at the Con...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Wednesday May 11. Have an old, dirty pair of sneakers lying around? They could be worth lots and lots of money or at least one fashion company thinks so. John Moore looks into the education minister's frat-boy antics and whether that could tank his re-election hopes. Also in the news: what voters really care about as the leaders squared off, politicians taking money from their ridings, and the Leafs notch...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Tuesday May 10. Tough choices for TV tonight with the Leafs in Game 5 and Ontario's party leaders squaring off. As the weather warms up Toronto ends its state of emergency, rising gas prices have people reconsidering summer road trips, and an Andy Warhol painting sells for a huge record.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Monday May 9. If you weren't following the news closely, Trudeau went to Ukraine to take in an impromptu U2 concert. John Moore, of course, has the real story which is the PM raised the flag over Canada's embassy in the war torn capital of Kyiv along with promising weapons and money to fight the Russian invaders. Gas prices continue to rise, election signs in Scarborough were defaced, breaking down th...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Friday May 6. It's a sweet, sweet Friday: the weather will be great this weekend and Mattea Roach squeaks by another victory on Jeopardy! John Moore takes a look at Ontario's medical officers calling for masks to return even as wastewater surveillance shows cases are falling. Plus, Public Health tracked Canadians going to the liquor store and the CPC leaders squared off to prove their conservative bon...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Thursday May 5. Happy Cinco de Mayo. Leafs fans are shouting fuddle-duddle after Game 2 ends in a loss to the Lightning. John Moore takes a look at how the US abortion ruling is impacting the Ontario election, gas prices continuing to break records, eating disorders spiking over the last two years, and regular people meeting famous people.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Wednesday May 4. The 4th of May. May the 4th...be with you. John Moore digs into how writs are written up, not dropped, and how this is the election for Doug Ford to lose, with the PCs ahead in the polls. Plus, Canadians fretting abortion rights after the US is about to end federal protection, a disabled woman wanting to die, Ontario on the right track when it comes to this latest COVID wave, and Mattea Roach...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Tuesday May 3. If you can find a bicycle, you might want to fill up those tires. Gas prices are set to hit $2/L later this month. John Moore digs into the pain at the pump, plus Toronto and Ontario's election season beginning, the US set to overturn its abortion law, a pitch by the Liberals to lower transit fares, Canadian champ Mattea Roach scoring a 20th victory on Jeopardy!, and the Leafs one game clos...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Monday May 2. Break out the Scooby Doo sound effects; it's foggy out there. John Moore digs into the aftermath from this weekend's motorcycle protest in Ottawa, a pedestrian injured by a cyclist, the Conservative leadership race coming together, Biden roasts Trump, what went into invoking the Emergencies Act, Guy LaFleur lying in state, and the Leafs try for the Cup on the 55th anniversary of their la...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Friday April 29. Time to bandwagon jump. Sorry Raptors, hello Mattea Roach's 18-win Jeopardy! streak. John Moore digs into details of Ontario's pre-election budget, Ottawa gearing up for the motorcycle convoy, and Pride's return.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Thursday April 28. Bundle up, it's another cold day. John Moore looks into how millennials are now the biggest population in Toronto and which Ontarians are getting a tax break. Plus, the price of gas is going up, the bikers are coming, and the Raptors looks to stay alive in Game 6

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The Breakfast Wrap for Wednesday April 27. If you get a text message about your parking spot, just delete it. Scammers are just scaring money out of drivers. John Moore looks at Toronto's newly named University, an Ontario fast food chain using virtual cashiers, a teen in custody after stabbing two at the mall in Scarborough, Auston Matthews' big night on the ice, and what exactly Elon Musk just bought with his purchase of ...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Tuesday April 26. How's your Raptors win hangover? Still celebrating? John Moore takes a look into Elon Musk buying Twitter, the latest on the motorcycle convoy coming to Ottawa, sentencing a drunk driver who killed a family in Brampton, and how shopping habits have changed post-pandemic.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Monday April 25. Perhaps you might want to work from home, after protesters gum up the works at Union Station over the weekend. John Moore takes a look at the 6th wave's hospitalization peak in Ontario, police on the hunt for a sex assault attacker, France's president keeping his job, Russia's ambassador to Canada stretching the truth, whether another protest is coming to Ottawa, and a state funer...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Friday April 22. You get a ban, you get a ban, and you get a ban. Apparently the Russians are handing out sanctions like Oprah awards cars. Except for John Moore, who really wants his name on that list too. Also in the news, COVID cases are dropping across the GTA, you'll see more security on the TTC, the PM could get a new home, a chance to pick Toronto's official tree, and Elon Musk has the money to...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Thursday April 21. Hope you didn't party too hard yesterday, mannnnn. John Moore takes a look at whether the subway is still safe following another incident on the TTC, what rising inflation means for your wallet, if Bitcoin investors actually understand finance, and Queen Elizabeth turning 96.

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