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  • Friday February 12, 2016

    Audio Why Toronto?

    Guest host David Common spoke about the NBA All-Star game with the league's commissioner, Adam Silver.

    Listen 7:58
  • Friday February 12, 2016

    Audio "Innovation Corridor"

    What difference would all-day GO Train service between Toronto and Kitchener make? Guest host David Common spoke with the mayor of Kitchener, Berry Vrbanovic.

    Listen 5:34
  • Friday February 12, 2016

    Audio Auto Market

    The Auto Show is underway at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre. Guest host David Common spoke with Dianne Craig, she is the President and CEO of Ford Canada.

    Listen 6:31
  • Friday February 12, 2016

    Audio Basic Income

    Guest host David Common spoke about the pros and cons of a basic income, with Armine Yalnizyan. She is one of our business commentators.

    Listen 5:31
  • Friday February 12, 2016

    Audio Ethical Flowers

    Valentine's Day is one of the busiest times of the year for flower sales. But what options do you have if you also want those blooms to be socially and environmentally-conscious? Guest host David Common spoke with florist Joseph Delarge.

    Listen 5:29
  • Friday February 12, 2016

    Audio To The Movies

    Guest host David Common spoke with our movie reviewer, Karen Gordon. "Zoolander 2", "Deadpool", and "Rams" open today in Toronto.

    Listen 5:21
  • Thursday February 11, 2016

    Audio Goodwill Fund

    When Goodwill stores across the GTA closed, hundreds of people were suddenly out of work. Some former managers and employees have been trying to raise money for their colleagues. Gladys Okine told Matt Galloway about the fund. Former senior directo

    Listen 5:50
  • Thursday February 11, 2016

    Audio Music of the Civil Rights movement

    Sam Cooke, Staple Sisters, Billie Holiday and Marvin Gaye. That music is the focus of "King's Playlist," a concert taking place Feb 13 at Harbourfront Centre. Jackie Richardson and Molly Johnson are paying tribute to music of the Civil Rights movement.

    Listen 7:22

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