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  • Tuesday January 17, 2017

    Audio TDSB Grant

    Over the past few days, the Toronto District School Board has had to answer some hard questions about its spending. Matt Galloway spoke with John Malloy, he is the Director of Education for the Toronto District School Board.

    Listen 7:35
  • Tuesday January 17, 2017

    Audio Tamil Studies Donation

    It is the first-ever Tamil Heritage Month across the country, and Tamil Canadians have much to celebrate. Matt Galloway spoke with Ravi Gukathasan, he is the CEO of Digital Specialty Chemicals.

    Listen 6:58
  • Tuesday January 17, 2017

    Audio Toronto Community Housing Funding

    As demand for subsidized housing in Toronto grows, the number of units available is set to shrink. Matt Galloway spoke with Joe Cressy, he is a city councillor and a member of the board of directors of Toronto Community Housing.

    Listen 7:59
  • Tuesday January 17, 2017

    Audio Inauguration

    Matt Galloway spoke with our pop culture columnist, Jesse Wente.

    Listen 4:31
  • Monday January 16, 2017

    Audio Trump And Canada

    Matt Galloway spoke with Michael Hlinka, he is one of our business commentators.

    Listen 4:13
  • Monday January 16, 2017

    Audio Ambassador Leaving

    Matt Galloway spoke with the outgoing U.S. ambassador to Canada, Bruce Heyman, and his wife Vicki Heyman.

    Listen 7:23
  • Monday January 16, 2017

    Audio Post TDSB

    After resigning from the Toronto District School Board for plagiarism, former board director Chris Spence had his teaching licence revoked, leaving him with nothing. Matt Galloway spoke with him this morning.

    Listen 10:38
  • Monday January 16, 2017

    Audio "The Audience"

    Matt Galloway spoke with Fiona Reid. The Canadian actress will portray Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth the Second, in the play "The Audience". It opens this week at the Royal Alexandra Theatre.

    Listen 7:07

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