All in a DayCould Waterloo Region's Uber solution work for Ottawa?Aug 18, 2015 | 10:22Ottawa doesn't yet have a plan for how to deal with Uber...but the Region of Waterloo does. All in a Day checks in with the area to see if their proposed bylaws could work here.
All in a DayWhitney Bogart brings Parapan Am bronze back to OttawaAug 17, 2015 | 8:40Goalball involves shushing the audience -- so the visually-impaired athletes can hear the ball. But the Parapan Am crowd couldn't help cheering when Canada brought home bronze. Player Whitney Bogart chatted with All in a Day.
All in a DayReggae-rapper Roach Killa in Ottawa for South Asian festAug 14, 2015 | 9:19Roach Killa is a Punjabi Canadian rapper and dancehall musician who's making it big on international dancefloors - and he's in town for this weekend's South Asian festival. He dropped by the All In A Day studio to talk about his unique style.
All in a DayWill Ottawa Fury's winning streak continue?Aug 14, 2015 | 8:44They've gone 12 games undefeated and won five games in a row. Ottawa Fury's assistant coach Martin Nash speaks to Alan Neal about his plans to continue the streak.
All in a DayOur political panel returns...Aug 14, 2015 | 11:42If the Canadian political landscape is anything right now, it's very far from boring. Saturated with stories from the campaign trail and updates from the Duffy trial -- our political panel reconvenes.
All in a DayMi Casa bring their South-African #1 hits to OttawaAug 13, 2015 | 9:52South African band Mi Casa has had a #1 song on the charts for over 3 months, and they've performed for Barack Obama. Now they're bringing their infectious house-pop to Ottawa, and All in a Day chatted with them before the concert.
All in a DayShould we fear the wind farm? The health effects of wind turbinesAug 13, 2015 | 8:07Recently we've heard from several communities who have voted to be "unwilling hosts" to wind turbine projects. Now, a researcher speaks to All In A Day about negative perceptions of turbines and the debate over imaginary health effects of wind farms.
All in a DayRobert reviews Irrational Man and Shaun the SheepAug 13, 2015 | 11:29Listen in as All in a Day's film critic Robert Fontaine attempts to draw parallels between two very different movies: the Woody Allen flick Irrational Man, and the animated feature Shaun the Sheep.
All in a DayD is for Dinner: Ad Mare's Fish TacosAug 12, 2015 | 9:54On this week's D is for Dinner, the owners of the Ad Mare food truck joined Alan in studio with a summery and spicy fish chipotle taco recipe that you can easily replicate at home.
All in a DayInventor of Israel's Iron Dome gives talk in OttawaAug 11, 2015 | 9:30Daniel Gold was part of the team that created Israel's "Iron Dome" -- a missile defence system that detects and destroys attacks from Palestine. He joined All in a Day ahead of a public talk in Ottawa.
All in a DayMunicipality of Nation turning its back on wind powerAug 11, 2015 | 8:07It's been a messy debate over clean energy in the Municipality of Nation. Nation's mayor spoke to All In A Day about the town's about face on wind power, after last night's vote against several proposed wind turbine projects in the area.
All in a DayRedBlacks' Coach on the team's recent successesAug 10, 2015 | 8:13Ottawa Redblacks coach Rick Campbell joined All in a Day to explain the secrets behind the team's remarkable success this season, only its second in existence.
All in a DayDetention centre workers' union on unprecedented number of lockdownsAug 10, 2015 | 7:18Already the Ottawa-Carleton Detention Centre has surpassed the number of lockdowns that occurred in all of 2014. A rep from the workers' union joined All in a Day to explain how staff shortages are leading to these lockdowns.
All in a DayWhat did Canadians Google during the election debate?Aug 7, 2015 | 6:42From "Is Canada in a recession?" to "Does Thomas Mulcair want Quebec to separate?", a Google trends expert joined All in a Day to break down what Canadians were searching online during last night's leaders' debate.
All in a DayHealth research agency Cochrane Canada is running out of moneyAug 6, 2015 | 8:39It's an organization that sifts through health research to inform patients, doctors and groups of the best options available. But 90% of its funding is about to disappear. All in a Day spoke with Cochrane Canada about the campaign to save it.