Ontario TodayUS study found no bias against womenJun 24, 2015 | 9:04Amanda's interview with Cornell University professors Wendy Williams and Steve Ceci, who study women in science. They found that hiring practices at US universities favour women but women are choosing motherhood over
Ontario TodayCall of the Day: From wheelchair to OprahJun 23, 2015 | 2:27Caller says, disabled teacher taught her about being determined to succeed.
Ontario Today asks: What was the best or worst lesson you learned about democracy at school?
Ontario TodayLessons in democracyJun 23, 2015 | 51:21Messy student council elections? Protesting on Parliament Hill? What was the best or worst lesson you learn about democracy at school? In his new book What Kind of Citizen? Joel Westheimer says, if we want students who are engaged as
Ontario TodayGardening: Over fertilizingJun 22, 2015 | 28:16It's official. Summer is here. And gardeners want lots of blooms. But don't make the mistake of over fertilizing annuals and perennials. Tune in to hear Ed Lawrence's advice on the right balance.
Ontario TodayPayday lenders: Loan sharks or the help you needed?Jun 22, 2015 | 23:39The Ontario government wants to hear about your experience with payday loans, cheque cashing, money transfers and debt collection agencies. The input could lead to changes in consumer protection legislation.
Ontario TodayCall of the Day: No rules means you pay and payJun 22, 2015 | 3:41Caller blames lack of rules for racking up high interest debt.
Ontario Today asks: Payday lenders: Loan sharks or the help you needed?
Ontario TodayLong lost dad: How did you reconnect?Jun 19, 2015 | 51:36A sperm donor meets a son for the first time. A child born to a teen mother locates a dad. Friday on Ontario Today: how did you reconnect with your long lost dad?
Ontario TodayCall of the Day: Former hockey star reaches out to biological fatherJun 19, 2015 | 4:41Doug Smith says he had questions that needed answers. Ontario Today asks: How did you reconnect with your long lost dad?
Ontario TodayWhat impact does carding have?Jun 18, 2015 | 51:36Police say street checking is an effective tool in solving crime. Toronto journalist Desmond Cole says it targets the black community and leaves people feeling like they don't belong in their own neighbourhood.
Ontario TodayCall of the Day: No sticks, no footballs, no funJun 17, 2015 | 2:28Caller says, whenever a dispute erupts at recess, activity is forbidden. Ontario Today asks: Why is unstructured kids' play easier said than done?
Ontario TodayWhy aren't your kids free range kids?Jun 17, 2015 | 51:38ParticipACTION gives Canadian children a D for being so sedentary. The advocates for physical activity say parents need to give kids more unsupervised play. But is that more easily said done than done?
Ontario TodayOntario standardizes cardingJun 16, 2015 | 12:22The Minister of Community Safety Yasir Naqvi says the status quo on police checks cannot continue. He explains why Ontario has moved to regulate the controversial police practice.