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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November 26, 2021 32 min

The Breakfast Wrap for Friday November 26. It's Black Friday. But does that even matter to Canadians? John Moore takes a cautious look at the new Nu COVID variant that is beginning to bubble up in South Africa, how kids over 12 will need a vaccine passport to play sports but kids under 12 won't need one to go out and about, whether plexiglass is necessary, Tiger Woods rumoured to be readying a return, and the reopening of M...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Thursday November 25. Might want to stock up on more masks; the head of the provincial science table says COVID restrictions aren't going away by the original timetable. But perhaps vaccinating kids will one day get us there as needles start going into arms today. John Moore also looks at Ontario recruiting high schoolers into the trades, Ford's touted online business registry gets called a mess, the ...

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November 24, 2021 30 min

​The Breakfast Wrap for Wednesday November 24. Wiarton Willie is dead. Long live Wiarton Willie. Ontario's prognosticating rodent has passed on to that great groundhog den in the sky. John Moore also breaks down reaction to the Throne Speech, the Bank of Canada warning of elevated household debt, kids getting their COVID vaccines, and Hamilton city employees clocking in and hitting the golf course.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Tuesday November 23. Fire up the coffee pot, you'll need it up north as snow continues to fall. John Moore gets you the information about vaccines for kids, a city councillor stepping down from her role in the health department, a bid to bring FIFA to Toronto, Optometrists resuming eye exams, and the latest from Wisconsin after that deadly Christmas parade crash.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Monday November 22. Bundle up. Besides the cold, you may be waiting longer for your subway or bus as the TTC service cut go into effect following the agency's vaccine mandate. John Moore also takes a look at two people bitten by a coyote, a city councilor takes heat for an op-ed in the newspaper, plus an update from our friends at NBC News following an SUV plowing into a Christmas parade in Wisconsin leav...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Friday November 19. If you're looking to day trip across the border without a stick up the nose, that time is coming soon. Kids over winter break, unfortunately, won't have it that easy though. John Moore also unveils his exclusive interview with embattled MP Kevin Vuong, the latest from BC, and where is the missing Chinese tennis star?

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The Breakfast Wrap for Thursday November 18. You might want to memorize the expiration date on your provincial ID. John Moore has exclusively learned that renewal reminders will no longer show up in your mailbox. In other news, BC is now dealing with supply challenges as the flood waters recede, Canada will drop COVID tests for residents returning from short trips to the US, kids will soon be eligible for their Pfizer vaccine, that...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Wednesday November 17. "​This is a test of your Podcast Broadcast System. This is only a test." All kidding aside, expect your photo to sound the alarm today as Canada tests its public emergency alert system. John Moore digs into the high school stabbing that left one Toronto youth dead, Erin O'Toole kicking his Senate nemesis out of caucus, the latest on the BC flooding, a new entertainment studi...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Tuesday November 16. You make that snow tire changeover appointment yet? The Ontario liberals wants to pay for your rubber. John Moore takes a look at the devastating flooding in BC, the battle for Erin O'Toole's Conservative leadership, the province and Ottawa fighting over paying for childcare, GO staffers not being vaccinated, and Mississauga's night prowler.

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Where did the weekend go?? John Moore takes a look at nurses fighting for a raise, rising COVID case counts in Ontario, an online transaction gone wrong, the Queen missing Remembrance Day, and IKEA not selling Christmas trees this year.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Friday November 12. Like kids? You're hired, says Durham region who is onboarding uncertified teachers to fill a staff shortage. John Moore also takes a look a battle between one MPP and the Ford Government over the treatment of optometrists, Remembrance Day threats, and the latest from Kenosha, Wisconsin where the teenager accused of killing two people and wounding another stands trial.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Thursday November 11. Lest we forget, it's Remembrance Day and the Poppy turns 100. John Moore digs into Doug Ford's big bet with Highway 413, the province pressing pause on the lifting of restrictions, CafeTO becoming permanent, a pledge to lower gas prices, and a shortage of Santas.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Wednesday November 10.  They say there's no such thing as a free lunch but if you worked for Green P or the TTC, you get some pretty sweet perks when you retire. John Moore also looks into recreation programs getting cancelled owing to the vaccine mandates, the search for unmarked Indigenous graves at residential schools starting, the city making affordable housing mandatory in new condos, and Little Cana...

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The Breakfast Wrap for Tuesday November 9. Is Ontario dropping capacity restrictions responsible for the rise in case counts? One science table member suggests that's the case. John Moore digs into those figures, plus whether the Liberals and NDP are cutting deals, a dog named Blu back in the news, Erin O'Toole battling his caucus, and how a TikTok hand signal saved a girl's life.

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November 8, 2021 27 min

The Breakfast Wrap for Monday November 8. Americans again saying Welcome/Bienvenue to Canadians starting at midnight as the US border reopens. But how much will requiring a PCR test to return will cut into those travel plans? John Moore also looks at rising case counts in Ontario, the crowd crushing at Astroworld, flags returning to full mast...at least for a short time, inflation sticking around, and holiday shoppers looking inste...

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November 5, 2021 28 min

​The Breakfast Wrap for Friday November 5. This year's Toy Hall of Fame inductee costs nothing;?just hit the beach with a shovel. John Moore also digs in? (see what I did there) to the other news of the day including what's in?Ontario's mini-budget, the TTC union pushing back on suspending unvaccinated employees, slowing down speeds on a deadly Toronto street, falling?gas prices,?and putting the clocks back.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Thursday November 4. Lots of Ontario residents are ready to roll up their sleeves for jab number 3. But those in the healthcare sector who still refuse will get to keep their jobs. John Moore looks into reaction over the province's decision, a Toronto police involved fatal shooting in another district, Go Train Stations being used for driving tests, and a name gets taken off the Stanley Cup.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Wednesday November 3. Get ready to roll up those sleeves again as Ontario readys a booster shot announcement and the US approves vaccines for kids. John Moore also looks into the unaffordability of homes in Toronto, the raising of the minimum wage, fighting to lower gas prices, GTA teachers going out on sick leave, Atlanta winning the World Series, and Ice Cream trucks banned from the streets of Orillia.

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The Breakfast Wrap for Tuesday November 2. It's a great day to be Blu the dog, who has been returned to his family after a battle over his breed. John Moore also looks at it being a great day for those making the minimum wage, who will soon get a raise. Also in the news: prices are going up for dairy, kids got a dose of anti-vax propaganda on Halloween, and a serial killer got away with murder.

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​The Breakfast Wrap for Monday November 1. How's that post-Halloween sugar coma? John Moore takes a look at what the world leaders are discussing at the climate change summit, supply chain issues could affect Christmas, Alec Baldwin breaks his silence with the media, fully vaccinated Canadians won't need a test to enter the US, and a TDSB employee shows up to school in blackface.

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