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    Slips, falls on icy sidewalks in Toronto dangerous, expensive, experts say

    by Muriel Draaisma

    Wearing a "big ugly pair of winter boots" is the best way to avoid slips and falls on icy sidewalks in February, but accidents do happen and they can be dangerous to residents and costly to the city, say a doctor and a lawyer.

    Posted: Feb 13, 2018 12:01 PM ET
    Last Updated: Feb 13, 2018 7:36 PM ET

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  • Thursday March 22, 2018

    Audio Student mental health

    Mental health appears to be more of a concern for students than ever been before. We speak to mental health advocate Loizza Aquino about her own mental health non-profit and what students need now.

    Listen 6:01
  • Thursday March 22, 2018

    Audio How much are millennials engaged in issues around them?

    Lazy, entitled, click activists are some of the names millennials have been called. One group of students at Centennial College wanted to see how much of this image was fact and how much was fiction. We speak to a student about how engaged millennials really are when it comes the issues that matter to them.

    Listen 8:54
  • Wednesday March 21, 2018

    Audio How 5G will affect your life

    Toronto tech analyst Daniel Bader talks about 5G, the future of the internet, and plans to build a digital highway in Ontario with 5G technology.

    Listen 6:45
  • Wednesday March 21, 2018

    Audio One ER doctor's take on the need for universal dental care

    The Ontario N-D-P is trying to win votes with the promise of a provincial dental plan. What could this billion-dollar proposal mean for the estimated two million Ontarians who can't afford dental care?

    Listen 7:12
  • Wednesday March 21, 2018

    Audio Mayor John Tory on his call for an external review into missing persons cases

    Tomorrow, Toronto's civilian police board sits for it's monthly meeting. In that meeting, mayor John Tory will officially request an external independent review of how missing persons cases are handled in this city. He speaks to Matt Galloway about the relationship between police and the LGBTQ community and how Chief Mark Saunders had handled it.

    Listen 13:26
  • Wednesday March 21, 2018

    Audio Students talk about how York strike is affecting them

    The strike at York University is into its third week. And as talks are breaking down again among the two sides, some final year students are worried the strike could cost them more than just their semester.

    Listen 8:08
  • Wednesday March 21, 2018

    Audio Ontario's Chief Electoral Officer on voting and how politicians target voters

    With the Ontario election nearly two months away, we speak about voting, and the concerns the Chief Electoral Officer has around the news from Cambridge Analytica of Facebook users' data being mined by politicians.

    Listen 8:02
  • Wednesday March 21, 2018

    Audio York Region program that helps girls escape sex trafficking

    A House of Commons committee on sex trafficking is in Toronto today, hearing from people who work with young girls who've been lured into sex work. One of the people speaking to them is Bonnie Harkness, Director of Operations at 360 Kids, a transitional housing program in Richmond Hill.

    Listen 7:09

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