Ontario TodayDoes annonymity protect victims of sexual assault?Aug 28, 2014 | 51:39A victim of sexual assault never has to be identified in public. In practice, there is an automatic publication ban on their names in criminal cases. However annonymity is rare in civil cases. Does it protect victims or add to the stigma of the crime?
Ontario TodayGoing public in spite of shameAug 28, 2014 | 3:51One caller doesn't want his name hidden by court at his abuser's trial. Ontario Today asks whether anonymity helps sexual abuse victims or adds to the stigma.
Ontario TodayShould Catholic school students have to take religion?Aug 27, 2014 | 51:38Open lines with a professor who instructs would-be teachers in religious studies. John Podgorski says students should not only take religion in Catholic schools but that it should be mandatory in public schools too. Would all students benefit from a bit o
Ontario TodayWorkplace mistakesAug 26, 2014 | 51:37What was the worst mistake you made on the job? Do you feel you got off easy or that you paid too high a price? Open lines with employment lawyer Janice Rubin.
Ontario TodayLonging for the apple fritter of oldAug 25, 2014 | 1:16Being big is hurting quality at Timmy's, says caller with connection to original restaurant. Ontario Today looks at whether Burger King and Timmy's is a winning combination.
Ontario TodayThe Talk about being blackAug 22, 2014 | 51:38Clashes over the shooting of Michael Brown aren't just about life in Missouri. It hits close to home for many black families. An open lines on the Talk you've had with your kids about being black.
Ontario TodayWho is in charge? Man or beast?Aug 21, 2014 | 51:38Raccoons in the attic. Bears in the backyard. Who do you call? Rob Ford and those who are more fond of wildlife agree on one thing. There needs to be better a solution.
Ontario TodayDo you feel like a hypocrite reciting an oath to the queen?Aug 20, 2014 | 51:37Open lines with the lawyer who fought, lost and still wants to get the Supreme Court to rule on who should or shouldn't be forced to swear allegiance.