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SUNDAY October 14

Accent On Toronto is back. CBC Toronto's annual laughfest will present its eleventh edition on October 17 at The Music Hall on Danforth. You can purchase tickets by visiting the Ticketmaster website.

0730 Mary Ito talked with vegetarian nutritionist and chef Marni Wasserman, who's competing in today's (Oct 14) Toronto Waterfront Half-Marathon, after training on an exclusively-vegeratian diet.
Listen audio (runs 10:00)
Learn more about her approach to eating vegetarian at Marni's website.

0800 Mary talked with Janice Moro, executive director of Home Suite Hope, an organization in Oakville that provides transitional housing and other support services for the Halton region. They discussed an evolving new homelessness and what can be done to address it.
Listen audio (runs 9:15)
Home Suite Hope's sixth annual Empty Bowls fundraiser takes place today (Oct 14) between 12 and 3 pm at St. Mildred's-Lightbourn School in Oakville. You'll find the details at the Home Suite Hope website.

0830 Mary talked with Neil Turok, director of the Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics in Waterloo and this year's Massey Lecturer. Neil's topic is The Universe Within: From Quantum to Cosmos, which is also the title of the book that accompanies his lectures.
Listen audio (runs 14:05)
Neil's Toronto Massey Lecture takes place on October 24th at Koerner Hall. Its title is The Opportunity of All Time and you can order tickets by going to the
Massey Lectures website.
The Massey Lectures will be broadcast on Ideas on CBC Radio One on the week of November 12-16