Metro MorningMental Health ShootingJul 7, 2015 | 10:21Early on Sunday morning, Toronto Police responded to a noise complaint in a supportive housing building. Less than half an hour later, that man was dead.
The Morning Edition - K-WProvince tables interim report on sexual violenceJul 7, 2015 | 6:17An interim report on sexual violence and harassment in Ontario has been released. MPPs found that survivors often feel re-victimized by the people they turn to for help. Liberal MPP Daiene Vernile, and police chief Bryan Larkin weigh in.
The Morning Edition - K-WPhysical restraints still common in Ontario psychiatric unitsJul 7, 2015 | 7:38A new University of Waterloo study finds that up to 36% of the time in Ontario psych units. John Hirdes is a UW prof and one of the study's researchers. He tells Craig Norris that he wants that number to shrink.
Windsor MorningCanadian Youth Chess Championships in WindsorJul 7, 2015 | 7:54A new type of athlete has descended on Windsor this week. Chess players from across Canada are in town to take part in the Canadian Youth Chess Championships at the St. Clair Centre for the Arts. We heard from some of those kids.
Windsor MorningSandra Pupatello on WEEDC ResignationJul 7, 2015 | 11:32After five months of very public criticism, Sandra Pupatello has had enough. She is walking away from her job as CEO of the Windsor Essex Economic Development Corporation. We spoke to Sandra Pupatello about her decision.
Ottawa MorningA woman's four-storey fall -- from her balconyJul 7, 2015 | 6:11A woman's four-storey fall -- from her balcony -- is leaving others fearful about stepping out on their own. We hear what tenants should know about highrise safety, this hour.
Ottawa MorningFixed election dates were supposed to help level the political playing fieldJul 7, 2015 | 7:40Fixed election dates were supposed to help level the political playing field ... but some critics say the rules opened a loophole in campaign spending. We'll have more on what this means for the fall election, this hour.
Ottawa MorningShould charity work be political?Jul 7, 2015 | 7:29Should charity work -- be political? An Ottawa group says yes -- and it's making the case to the U-N today -- arguing Canada's laws limiting charitable activism violate human rights commitments. We'll hear the case, from Geneva.