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  • Emmanuel Kabongo

    New book gives 150 reasons to love living in Ontario

    by Amanda Grant

    A new book created in honour Canada's 150th birthday features 150 stories, told by 150 Ontarians, in 150 words or less.

    Posted: Feb 22, 2017 9:03 AM ET
    Last Updated: Feb 22, 2017 11:13 AM ET
  • language recording

    The fight is on to save Toronto's endangered languages

    by Kate McGillivray

    From Harari, spoken in eastern Ethiopia, to Bukhori, spoken by Bukharan Jews in central Asia, a Toronto organization is looking to record the city’s linguistic diversity before it’s too late.

    Posted: Feb 21, 2017 12:41 PM ET

Metro Morning Stories

Metro Morning Clips

  • Friday February 24, 2017

    Audio Tiff Downsizing

    For the last four decades, the Toronto International Film Festival has been growing larger and larger, has it become too big? Matt Galloway spoke with Piers Handling, he is Director and CEO of Tiff.

    Listen 6:26
  • Friday February 24, 2017

    Audio To The Movies

    Matt Galloway spoke with our movie reviewer, Karen Gordon. "Get Out", and "I Am Not Your Negro" open today in Toronto.

    Listen 5:55
  • Friday February 24, 2017

    Audio Legal Backlog

    Ontario's Attorney General is calling for "bold changes" to the criminal justice system, among them, eliminating preliminary hearings. Matt Galloway spoke with Anthony Moustacalis,l he is president of the Criminal Lawyers Association of Ontario.

    Listen 8:30
  • Friday February 24, 2017

    Audio Bloor Bike Lanes

    In August, a stretch of Bloor Street, from Shaw to Avenue Road, became home to bike lanes, is it working? Matt Galloway spoke with Barbara Gray, she is Toronto's General Manager of Transportation Services.

    Listen 9:45
  • Friday February 24, 2017

    Audio Where I'm From

    She's one of Canada's most familiar faces in fashion, but to many in the downtown east end, she's just known as Hamza's mom. Matt Galloway met with super-model Yasmin Warsame.

    Listen 6:56
  • Wednesday February 22, 2017

    Audio Foot Refugees

    Asylum seekers are braving freezing temperatures, risking frost-bite and the danger of being caught, to walk across the U.S./Canada border. Matt Galloway spoke with Sean Rehaag, he is an associate professor at Osgoode Hall Law School.

    Listen 11:18
  • Wednesday February 22, 2017

    Audio Shelter Worker

    Matt Galloway spoke with Monica McWhirter. She is a shelter support worker, who is concerned for her clients, and her own safety.

    Listen 8:07
  • Wednesday February 22, 2017

    Audio Becoming Permanent

    A new study from Statistics Canada looks at how many temporary residents in Canada make the transition to permanence. Matt Galloway spoke with Armine Yalnizyan, she is one of our business commentators.

    Listen 4:09

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