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  • 07:40
    You'll still need your bathing suit. But a new pool in Edmonton's Borden Park is Canada's first natural swimming pool -- that means no chlorine, and "silkier, heavier" water. Architect Pat Hanson of gh3 explains the pool's design, and what it would take to bring one to Toronto.
    Jul 16, 2018
  • 04:33
    Toronto's board game cafes are a great place to play old favourites and sample what's popular. But the brave board game enthusiast can also playtest games that are still in development. Game designer Chris Chung -- creator of Lanterns and Spell Smashers -- talks about his first (failed) board game, and about how to process feedback.
    Jul 16, 2018
  • 07:35
    Animal cruelty is easy to hide, says lawyer and animal rights advocate Lesli Bisgould. She explains why cruelty cases rarely come before the courts, and why the consequences of a conviction are often not strong enough to act as a deterrent.
    Jul 16, 2018
  • 05:05
    Durham Police Inspector, Don Patrick, tells the tale of safely removing a bear from a Port Perry neighbourhood tree earlier today.
    Jul 13, 2018
  • 08:28
    Sidrah Ahmad was pulled from sex-ed classes as a young student in Toronto in the mid nineties. She wrote about that in an opinion piece for the Toronto Star, titled "I was pulled from sex ed class, did not learn about my body and was abused."
    Jul 13, 2018
  • 07:01
    Dr. Cliff Redford is a vet from Markham who decided to put himself in the position of a pet trapped in a hot car.
    Jul 13, 2018
  • 04:41
    So what better way to embrace the warm weather than get outside and explore an area known to some as GTA's "secret Switzerland." Daniel Rotztain is telling us about spots to explore in your own backyard.Today he takes us to an area nestled between the Credit Valley, and the Niagara Escarpment.
    Jul 13, 2018
  • 04:56
    Driftwood theatre is re-working As You Like it -- right down to the name. Director Jeremy Smith and star Sochi Fried stop by to talk about the play they're calling Rosalynde, the challenges of tinkering with a classic, and making "theatre for everyone."
    Jul 12, 2018
  • 05:59
    Under Hamilton's old bylaws, Ashley Keefer received a ticket for a burlesque performance. But burlesque is no longer banned in Hamilton. Keefer talks about the city's decision to develop a new bylaw category for the performance art.
    Jul 12, 2018
  • 06:23
    The announcement that Ontario will revert to its 1998 sex ed curriculum concerned a lot of parents. Parent and sexuality educator Nadine Thornhill talks about why the updated curriculum was effective, and why she's crowdfunding a Youtube series that will keep the 2015 version of sex ed alive.
    Jul 12, 2018
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