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Stuff that's working... and stuff that's not with Kathleen Wynne, Rosalyn Carter laid to rest, and Convoy defence lawyers make their case.
Ontario makes the case to move the Science Centre, Play a Toronto trash panda in a new video game, and Free For All Round 2.
Toronto childcare is in crisis mode, negotiations to extend middle eastern truce go down to the wire, and Free For All Round 1.
Ontario makes the case to move the Science Centre, fire at a homeless encampment leaves a woman injured, a concept high speed train sets the internet on fire, and it's flu season.
Ford and Chow play let's make a deal, Overhyped and Underplayed, helping homeless seniors, and whether SI is using AI.
Ford and Chow play let's make a deal, Israel and Hamas extend their ceasefire, Millennials believe you need a half million bucks to be happy, and Free For All Round 2.
Ford and Chow play let's make a deal, Ontario Place advocates vow to fight on, Israel and Hamas extend their ceasefire, and Free For All Round 1.
Ford and Chow play let's make a deal, Ontario Place advocates vow to fight on, whether Ontario residents have become homebodies, Millennials believe you need a half million bucks to be happy, and why police warn to turn off this iPhone feature.
The latest on Hamas releasing prisoners, Getting It Right with Deb Hutton, McDonalds's Canada founder passes, and Toronto's only psychic real estate agent.
A law to make Ontario roads safer, the latest on Hamas releasing prisoners, Super Pigs, and Free For All Round 2.
TDSB makes a bad policy worse, whether we're raising iPad kids, GTA woman turns 100, and Free For All Round 1.
Santa visits Toronto, Liberals pick their leader, McDonalds's Canada founder passes, John inherits a cottage, Super Pigs, and making Montreal's homeless unwelcome in libraries.
Toronto is experiencing a 'staggering' increase in hate crime but how do you police that and is it a drain on personnel? John Moore is joined by Toronto Police Chief, Myron Demkiw and Superintendent Katherine Stephenson for those answers. PLUS what is the likelihood of the Israel/ Hamas hostage exchange going according to plan?
John Moore is joined by an Ontario man whose housing deal went so wrong that walking away from a $140 000 deposit was the best case scenario, but how is that possible? PLUS will the high cost of living put a damper on retailers hopes this Black Friday?
W5 & TSN's Rick Westhead joins John Moore on the the incredible story of a college hockey player went missing in Syria and how he made his way home.
Police have confirmed that they will clear a homeless encampment just outside the doors of a church in Kensington Market. The church's Reverend Canon Maggie Helwig who has fought for the encampment residents joins John Moore on what she expects this morning.
PLUS Consumer and branding expert Tony Chapman examines if Black Friday completely lost its 'day of' appeal.
You wont believe where the Mayor of Niagara Falls was when he got the notification about the fatal explosion that shut down the Rainbow bridge yesterday. PLUS the pause in conflict and hostage exchange between Israel and Hamas is set to take place tomorrow but John Moore is joined by a law professor who says hostage exchanges largely have to be rethought because they incentivize terrorism.
Where are we in the hostage release deal between Israel and Hamas that has been delayed? CTV National News Correspondent Scott Hurst joins John Moore for the latest. PLUS an Ontario Developer is asking that their property recently removed from the Greenbelt not be added back, but do they have a convincing reason?
John Moore is joined by a Former CSIS Chief what the public, the media and politicians can learn from yesterdays explosion at the Rainbow Bridge. PLUS Mayor Olivia Chow in studio on the Federal Government's offer of $5 Million to help with shelter asylum seekers.
John Moore brings you up to date on the absolute latest on what we know about the car explosion at the border crossing Rainbow bridge and did Pierre Poilievre cross a line characterizing it as a terrorist attack? PLUS It's a Test-tube Thursday! NewsTalk 1010 Science expert explains how a new app directed hide and seek is sweeping the nation in China!
"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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