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SUNDAY November 17

Host: Mary Ito

0730 They're called Irene Torres & The Sugar Devils. Their music has a distinctly New Orleans vibe to it. And there's a very good reason for that. Irene explained when she brought in a copy of the band's new CD "In The Details".
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If you're in the Sarnia area, Irene & the Sugar Devils will be at Paddy Flaherty's Irish Pub on November the 29th.
Learn more about the band and its music at The Sugar Devil's website.
Irene & the Sugar Devils will be part of CBC Toronto's Sounds Of The Season day of live broadcasting to benefit food banks in the GTA and the rest of Ontario. See the separate listing on the Fresh Air website for full details.

0800 A growing number of post-secondary students face mental health challenges. CBC Toronto recently explored this phenomenon by meeting some of these students, finding out how institutions are addressing the issue, and exploring what needs to be done to better support the post-secondary student population. This special series was called Off Course On Campus and, as part of that series, CBC Toronto hosted a Town Hall meeting to gather together students, their families, healthcare workers, mental health advocates and administrators who have either dealt with mental health issues themselves or support students with mental health challenges.
You can learn more at the Off Course On Campus website.

0830 A growing number of post-secondary students face mental health challenges. CBC Toronto recently explored this phenomenon by meeting some of these students, finding out how institutions are addressing the issue, and exploring what needs to be done to better support the post-secondary student population. This special series was called Off Course On Campus and, as part of that series, CBC Toronto hosted a Town Hall meeting to gather together students, their families, healthcare workers, mental health advocates and administrators who have either dealt with mental health issues themselves or support students with mental health challenges.
You can learn more at the Off Course On Campus website.