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Toronto: Metro Morning

Metro Morning with Matt Galloway keeps listeners informed about what's going on in Toronto and offers listeners an optimistic, sometimes humorous view of the world, together with the day's more serious news.

Updated: Weekdays
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What happened to five-year-old Adrien McNaughton?

In season one of SKS, host David Ridgen goes back to his hometown in a search for answers.

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The stories behind the story

Go behind the scenes with journalists and correspondents, as they peel the curtain back and take you inside the stories they've covered.

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The nitty-gritty of real life

Every week, OITO digs into one timely topic through different perspectives, personal stories, and passionate opinions.

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A place were everythign changes

Hear intimate first-person stories about the pressures to succeed, the threat of failure and the adventures of growing up.

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Metro Morning podcast, Mon May 30, 2016, recreational marijuana, Truth and Reconciliation, picking lilacs

T-O Councillor Joe Cressy on a public health approach to recreational marijuana, Dawn Lovell-Harvard om Ontario's response to the Truth and Reconciliation report, Nathalie Atkinson on picking other people's lilac blooms.

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Metro Morning podcast, Fri May 27, 2016, race based stats, capturing cabybaras, doors open

Howard Morton/Ajamu Nangwaya on the suggestion that police gather race-base stats, Diogo Beltran on capturing capybaras in Brazil, Andrew Hilton/Michelle Senayah on walking tours of West Donlands art/Farquhars Lane.

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Metro Morning podcast, Thu May 26, First Nations health, Congo basketball, capybara search

Ont Health Min Eric Hoskins on funding to improve First Nations health care, Congolese basketball fan Denis Bangala on the success of his countryman - Raptor Bismack Biyombo, councillor Sarah Doucette on the escaped capyrbaras from the High Park Zoo.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Thu May 26, First Nations health, Congo basketball, capybara search
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed May 25, 2016, Toronto expo, Downie music, Raptors other fans

Councillor Kristyn Won-Tam on why Toronto needs a World Expo, CBC's Richard Terfry on the music of Gord Downie, writer Joyita Sengupta says Raptors fans have always been "The Other."

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed May 25, 2016, Toronto expo, Downie music, Raptors other fans
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue May 24, 2016, Gord Downie reflections, filtering microbeads

CBC's Tom Power and callers reflect on the news that the Tragically Hip's Gord Downie has terminal brain cancer, Mississauga students Adrian Sin/Muskan Sethi on their project filtering pollution-causing microbeads out of the Great Lakes.

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Metro Morning, Tues May 24, 2016, Downie reflections

Set against the backdrop of "Fiddler's Green," Gord Downie reflects on his life and music as the Tragically Hip reveals that their lead singer has terminal brain cancer.

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Metro Morning podcast, Fri May 20, 2016, fighting Apartheid, aged marathoner, TCH worst landlord

Human rights activist Albie Sachs on fighting South African Apartheid, 105-yr-old marathon runner Fauja Singh/Dr. Harpreet Singh Bajaj on healthy lifestyles, T-O community housing's Greg Spearn on TCH being named Toronto's worst landlord.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri May 20, 2016, fighting Apartheid, aged marathoner, TCH worst landlord
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu May 19, 2016, commons kerfuffle, Komagata Maru apology, Shakespeare selfie

Green Party's Elizabeth May on Justin Trudeau's physical contact with opposition MPs, filmmaker Vinay Virmani on a govt apology for turning away the Komagata Maru in 1914, student Lauren Chang reimagines "A Midsummer's Night's Dream."

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Metro Morning podcast, Wed May 18, 2016, gun violence, Thai cuisine

Police chief Mark Saunders/police board member Ken Jeffers on the rise in gun violence and fatal shootings in Toronto, chef and restaurateur Andy Ricker on Thai cuisine.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed May 18, 2016, gun violence, Thai cuisine
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue May 17, 2016, Transgender rights, immigrant jailing, Talli's inspiration

Activists Christine Newman/Stefonknee Wolscht on new federal legislation to guarantee Transgender rights, Dr. Ritika Goel says placing immigration detainees in jails for medical treatment is "inhumane", inspirational speaker Talli Osborne.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue May 17, 2016, Transgender rights, immigrant jailing, Talli's inspiration
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon May 16, 2016, Raptors win, self-driving cars, John River's Mississauga, apology

Sharon Butler/Alisha Tatham on Toronto Raptors' series win over Miami, Stratford Mayor Dan Mathieson/Toronto's Stephen Buckey on road prep for self-driving cars, rapper John River's Mississauga tour, Tom Caldwell apologizes for a punch 65 yrs ago.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon May 16, 2016, Raptors win, self-driving cars, John River's Mississauga, apology
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Metro Morning podcast, Fri May 13, 2016, sex ed language, young inventor, home restaurant

Sex educator Alex McKay on non-specific language in the sex ed curriculum, Ann Makosinski on nurturing young science inventors, home restaurateur Sarah Evans runs the "house of commons."

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri May 13, 2016, sex ed language, young inventor, home restaurant
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu May 12, 2016, Kathryn Borel, Uber Mississauga, ReelAbilities

Kathryn Borel statement/lawyer Pamela Cross on Jian Ghomeshi's apology, Mississauga Mayor Bonnie Crombie on banning Uber-X, actor John Lawson on the ReelAbilities film festival which highlights stories of people with disabilities.

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Metro Morning podcast, Wed May 11, 2016, pot dispensary, Attawapiskat update, immigration detention

Marijuana dispensary owner Chris Cardozo on local concerns about the growing number of pot shops, MP Charlie Angus updates the situation in Attawapiskat after more suicide attempts, lawyer Barbara Jackman on migrants in provicial jails.

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Metro Morning podcast, Tie, May 10, 2016, Fort McMurray house hunt, migrant detention health, Ghomeshi peace bond

Fort McMurray evacuee Coleman Heagy looks for a new home in Toronto, Dr Michaela Beder on health risks for migrants in detention, lawyer Daniel Brown on Jian Ghomeshi's peace bond.

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Metro Morning podcast, Mon May 9, 2016, immigration detention, home sale prices, Parkinson's walk

Lawyer Anthony Navaneelan on immigration detainees moved to provincial jails, real estate broker Ara Mamourian on increased access to Toronto home sale prices, Harry McMurtry walks from New York to Toronto for Parkinson's research.

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Metro Morning podcast, Fri May 6, 2016, medical errors, hyper diversity, comfort women

UHN CEO Dr. Peter Pisters on the toll and prevention of human medical errors, Jay Pitter/Noreen Ahmed-Ullah on "Sub-divided: City-Building in an Age of Hyper-Diversity", Tiffany Hsiung on her film "the Apology" about Asian "comfort women" in WWII.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri May 6, 2016, medical errors, hyper diversity, comfort women
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu May 5, 2016, John Tory, Ft McMurray fire, medical errors

Mayor John Tory and phone-in callers, journalist Otiena Ellwand on the Fort McMurray wildfire, Dr. Brian Goldman on a study that concludes human medical error is the third leading cause of death in the U.S.

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Metro Morning podcast, Wed May 4, 2016, Fort McMurray fire, Jane Jacobs legacy, disability art

Chris Evangelista on the Fort McMurray fire, planner Paul Bedford/urbanist Zahra Ebrahim on the legacy of the late Jane Jacobs on her 100th birthday, disability artist Eliza Chandler opens Toronto's Tangled Art Gallery.

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Metro Morning podcast, Tue May 3, 2016, regulating Uber, dispensary crackdown, Andy Barrie film, Remix at 10

Uber's Ian Black/Beck Taxi's Kristine Hubbard on city council regulating Uber, Mark Sraga on a crackdown on illegal marijuana dispensaries, Andy Barrie/filmmaker Lana Slezic on "Andy Barrie: The Voice," Gavin Sheppard on The Remix Project's 10 years.

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Metro Morning podcast, Mon May 2, 2016, Loku SIU, mindfulness app, paddling the Don

Columnist Desmond Cole/former SIU director Ian Scott on the partial release of the SIU's report on the fatal police shooting of Andrew Loku, Peter Wall on his mindfulness app "Wildflowers," CBC's Brendan Ross paddles the Don River.

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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Apr 29, 2016, Shelter movers, sleeping with family, mobile farms

Marc Hull-Jacquin's "Shelter Movers" helps women flee domestic violence, Nerupa Somasale/director Nicole Bazuin - her film "Sleeping with Family" profiles youth in crowded quarters, Rachel Kimel's Bowery Project builds mobile gardens in vacant lots

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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Apr 28, 2016, doorstep sales, reshaping Rexdale, naturopathy challenged, no streecars

Ont Consumer Services Min David Oraziette on curtailing door-to-door sales, Hibaq Gelle on "My Rexdale" campaign, Med ethicist Kerry Bowman on naturopathic cures, TTC CEO Andy Byford on streecar delivery delays by Bombardier.

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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Apr 27, 2016, medically assisted dying, mean tweets, Hamilton carding

Lib MP Rob Oliphant says his govt's bill on medically assisted dying is "not good enough", radio sports host Julie DiCaro on mean tweets she gets as a woman, Hamlton councillor Matthew Green says he was arbitrarily stopped/questioned by police.

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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Apr 26, 2016, doctors contract, better streets, praising Beyonce

Health Minister Eric Hoskins/OMA President Mike Toth on doctor billing and contract dispute, NYC's Janette Sadik-Khan on how New York City built better streets for all, CBC's Amanda Parris in praise of a new album by Beyonce.

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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Apr 25, 2016, Chinese restaurant workers, accepting same sex marriage, living with cancer

Lawyer Avy Go on mistreatment of Chinese worker in GTA restaurants, author Michael Coren - "Epiphany - A Christian's Change of Heart & Mind over Same-Sex Marriage", author Teva Harrison - "In-between Days" details living with incurable cancer.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon Apr 25, 2016, Chinese restaurant workers, accepting same sex marriage, living with cancer
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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Apr 22, 2016, remembering Prince, Tibetan food terminal workers, science of switch pitching

Father/son musicians Prakash and Jordan John on the late musical icon Prince, Karma Tsetan/Ken Dean on labour conditions for Tibetan workers at the Ont Food Terminal, Kinesiologist David Frost on the science of Blue Jays' ambidextrous pitcher Pat Venditte

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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Apr 21, 2016, Black Lives Matter, saving birds, women in film

Sandy Hudson of Black Lives Matter on not being invited to a closed round table with Mayor Tory, FLAP volunteer Gavin Day saving birds from fatal collions w/tall buildings, film director Naomi Jays urges Telefilm to fund women on a par w/men.

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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Apr 20, 2016, dispensing marijuana, treehouse, friendship stairs

Queens of Cannabis Dispensary's Tania Lungo/Brandy Zurburg on the growing presence of marijuana in T-O, why the city wants John Alpeza to tear down a $30K treehouse in his backyard, kids at Dewson St Public School talk about their "friendship stairs"

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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Apr 19, 2016, millenials in Toronto, mango season

Vas Bednar of the Cities Research Program on millenials' waning prospects of home ownership in Toronto, food writer Suresh Doss on mangoes from round the world.

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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Apr 18, 2016, traffic non cops, workplace mental health, artists aging

Councillor Jay Robinson on replacing police with special constables to direct traffic, Civic Action's Sevaun Pelvetzian/student Evan Luke on workplace mental health, Charlie Pacter on artists aging.

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Metro Morning podcast, Fir Apr 15, 2016, Metis status, Autism funding, assisted dying

Metis lawyer Jason Madden on the Supreme Court ruling giving Canada's Metis Aboriginal status, Children/social services Minister Tracy MacCharles on changes to Autism therapy funding, ALS patient Eddy LeFrancois on doctor-assisted dying.

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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Apr 14, 2016, Peel PFLAG, Attawapiskat aid, baking bread

Rishi Agarwal/parents on their acceptance of their Gay son, Ontario Health Minister Eric Hoskins on the Attawapiskat suicide crisis, Simon Blackwell on the role of starters in baking sourdough bread.

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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Apr 13, 2016, Attawapiskat, Autism therapy, sex selection abortions

Jackie Hookima-Witt/Pam Palmater on the Attawapiskat suicide crisis, Kristen Ellison on Ontario cutting IBI funding for children w/Austism after age 4, Anjum Choudry Nayyar/Kulbinder Saran Caldwell on South Asians' preference for male children.

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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Apr 12, 2016, Kathleen Wynne, Attawapiskat suicide crisis, Sikh books

Premiere Kathleen Wynne on campaign financing rules and the Attawapiskat suicide crisis, Deputy Grand Chief Rebecca Friday is in Attawapiskat, Deep Kaur writes books for Sikh kids.

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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Apr 1,, 2016, political fundraising, Mulcair out, young swim star

Ont PC leader Patrick Brown calls for an inquiry into campaign fundraising, NDP Pres Marit Stiles on the ouster of Tom Mulcair as leader, 15-yr-old swim star Penny Oleksiak qualifies for 6 events in the Rio Olympics.

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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Apr 8, 2016, Uber and taxis, Mulcair future, Buck Martinez

Councillors John Campbell/Janet Davis on a proposal for Toronto's new uber/taxi rules, NDP's Cheri DiNovo/Unifor's Jerry Dias on the future of Tom Mulcair as leader, Buck Martinez on Blue Jays' home opener and his book "Change Up"

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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Apr 7, 2016, Bill Morneau, Waterfont Toronto, tattoo showcase

Federal Finance Minister Bill Morneau on offshore investments and the budget, new Waterfont Toronto CEO Will Fleissig, Julie Fitzsimmons/Peter Bovolaneas of the "Why we ink" showcase.

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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Apr 6, 2016, sex abuse survivor, offshore investment debate

Allan Donan on the apology by his convicted child sex abuser Gordon Stuckless, Armine Yalnizian/Kevin O'Leary debate the ethics of investing in offshore tax havens.

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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Apr 5, 2016, math renewal, downtown planning, caring for dad

JUMP math's John Mighten and callers on how to improve math teaching, T-O city's Jennifer Keesmaat/Janie Romoff on re-planning Toronto's core, sisters Mary Ann/Bonnie on caring for their father Key after a stroke.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Apr 5, 2016, math renewal, downtown planning, caring for dad
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Metro Morning podcast. Mon Apr 4, 2016, Black Lives Matter, rebuilding Iraq, seeing Harvard

Sandy Hudson/Shelley Carroll on transparency and accountability at the SIU which cleared a T-O police officer in the fatal shooting Andrew Loku, Fahad Al helps displaced people rebuild Iraq, students Jumoke Jimoh/Sam Tecle on visiting Harvard.

Download Metro Morning podcast. Mon Apr 4, 2016, Black Lives Matter, rebuilding Iraq, seeing Harvard
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Metro Morning podcast, Friday April 1, 2016

Nadine Blum on daycare waiting list costs, Immigration Minister John McCallum and private sponsor Frances Macklin on latest refugee immigration rules, Steve Barnes, Wellesley Institute on TTC cost

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Metro Morning podcast, Thurs, Mar 31, 2016, Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day, Citizen Empowerment Project, Brunswick House closing

Ontario Regional Chief Isadore Day on how First Nations living conditions could have contributed to fire in Pikangikum, Jamil Jamanhi on youth response to terrorism and Brunswick House owner Abbis Mahmoud.

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Metro Morning podcast for Wednesday, March 30, 2016

Ranjan Agarwal from the South Asian Bar Association of TO on diversity in the Supreme Court, John Sewell and Mustafa Alio on Syrian refugees, Greg Sorbara on changes to political fundraising

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Metro Morning podcast, Tue, Mar 29, Urban Worker Project, ROM director, Jonathan Goldstein

Former MP Andrew Cash on the Urban Worker Project he helped found, new ROM director and CEO Josh Basseches on making sure the museum is relevant in the city, former CBC WireTap host Jonathan Goldstein on ending the program and starting anew.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue, Mar 29, Urban Worker Project, ROM director, Jonathan Goldstein
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon, Mar 28, stroke rehab, food guide, parents and chocolate

MyndTec CEO Diana Pliura and patient Howard Rocket on neuro-rehabilitation therapy, UofT professor Mary L'Abbe on changing Canada's food guide, Masalamommas editor Anjum Choudry Nayyar and The Dorito Effect author Mark Schatzker on controlling chocolate.

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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Mar 24, 2016, Ghomeshi preview, Black Lives Matter, kid co-host

Lawyers Joanna Birenbaum/Daniel Brown on the issues at play in the pending Jian Ghomeshi verdict, Black Lives Matter protesters camped outside police HQ, kid co-host Clare Meurice.

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Metro Morning podcast, Wed, Mar 23, 2016, remembering Rob Ford, federal budget

Councillor John Filion and reporters Jamie Strashin/Robin Dolittle on the life and legacy of Rob Ford, Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland/Conservative finance critic Lisa Raitt on the Liberal govt's budget.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed, Mar 23, 2016, remembering Rob Ford, federal budget
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue, Mar 22, 2016, Torontonian in Brussels, Fentenyl death, kids screen time

Torontonian living in Brussels Tim Maler reacts to today's attacks, Sherri Dolk reflects on the death of her daughter Tina from a Fenenyl overdose, pediatrician Joelene Huber on changing standards for children's screen time.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue, Mar 22, 2016, Torontonian in Brussels, Fentenyl death, kids screen time
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon, Mar 21, 2016, Senator Omidvar, refugee hiring, 416 Project

Lifeline Syria chair Ratna Omidvar recommended as senator, Paramount Fine Foods' Mohamad Fakih on hiring Syrian refugees, artist Jorge Molina paints Toronto neighbourhoods with the 416 Project.

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Metro Morning podcast, Fri, Mar 18, 2016, assisted dying, injection sites, March madness, Luminato

Emma Carver - lawyer for A.B. who won the right to doctor-assisted dying, former T-O mayor David Crombie backs supervised injection sites, b-ball scout Elia Sbiet on Cdns at March Madness, Luminato's Anthony Sargent on T-O as an arts destination.

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Metro Morning podcast, Thu, Mar 17, 2016, War at home, Invictus games, career clothier, Star publisher

Filmmaker Shelley Saywell examines domestic violence in "The War at home", Invuctus Games' capt Bruno Guevremont on recovering from PTSD, Steve Pawlak marks 60 yrs as a clothing sales rep at Harry Rosen, retiring T-O Star publisher John Cruickshank.

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Metro Morning podcast, Wed, Mar 16, 2016, recruiting centre attack, manopause, no frost wine

Lawyer Hussein Hamdani on Islamophobia following stabbings at an armed forces recruiting centre, Dr. Dean Elterman on "manopause", winemaker Norman Hardie on protecting his vineyards from the spring frost.

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Metro Morning podcast, Tue, Mar 15, 2016, inclusionary zoning, disability hiring, horror for kids

Planner Jennifer Keesmaat/home builders' Joe Vaccaro on legislation requiring builders to include affordable housing on new developments, Tim Rose on matching people w/disabilities and employers, writer Michael Rowe on scary books for kids.

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Metro Morning podcast, Mon, Mar 14, 2016, supervised injection sites, Down Syndrome deportation, Hockeyville Flemingdon

Breakaway's Dennis Long on supervised injection sites in T-O, Felipe Montoya/Alejandra Garcia-Prieto on returning to Costa Roca after their son was deemed inadmissible b/c he has Down Syndrome, Muhammad Yunus on Flemingdon Park's top-10 for Hockeyville

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon, Mar 14, 2016, supervised injection sites, Down Syndrome deportation, Hockeyville Flemingdon
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Metro Morning Podcast, March 11, drop in TDSB enrolment, from couch to clutch, and transgender experiences with medical care

TDSB Chair, Robin Pilkey, on teaching positions cut after a drop in enrolment; two Roncesvalles neighbours on a curious incident with a couch on a curb; and Alex Abramovich, a trans-man, on discrimination at a local fertility clinic.

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Metro Morning Podcast, March 10, Three Month Anniversary of Syrian Arrival, Next Gen Men, US-Canada Relations

Reflecting on the three month anniversary of the first plane-load of Syrian refugees arriving in Toronto, a new after school program to reshape boys' ideas about masculinity, and a discussion about Canada-US relations in light of tonight's State Dinner.

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Metro Morning Podcast, March 9, John Tory on Rec Program Signup, Rewriting the Police Services Act, Edward Burtynsky on New Artist Grant

Toronto Mayor, John Tory, on changes coming next year to recreation program signup. Ontario Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services, Yasir Naqvi, on rewriting the Police Services Act. Photographer Edward Burtynsky on paying it forward.

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Metro Morning Podcast, March 8, Wente on Mascots, Women in Startups, Farah Mohamed on Int'l Women's Day, Piecing Together a Car Crash

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Metro Morning Podcast, March 7, female criminal lawyers, demonstration schools and facial recognition

VP of Criminal Lawyers' Association of Canada Breese Davies on why so many female criminal lawyers quit, Dr. Peggy Kirkpatrick on demonstration schools, Ramona Pringle on retailers using facial recognition software.

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Metro Morning Podcast, March 4, Physician assisted death, Asteroid flyby, Condo supper club

Cardinal Thomas Collins and Maureen Taylor weigh in on physician assisted death, science writer Andrew Fazekas talks about Asteroid 2013 T-X-68 flying past Earth for the second time ever, and Cindy Fung discusses her pop-supper clubs.

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Metro Morning Podcast, March 3, Toronto waste report, British home children, LoveArabic

Emily Alfred of the Toronto Environmental Alliance on Toronto's waste, Director of "Forgotten" Eleanor McGrath on British home children, Waleed Nassar on Arabic language and culture.

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Metro Morning podcast, March 2, Ingersoll mayor, Chad the beer guy, HIV drug

Ingersoll mayor Ted Comiskey doesn't want Toronto's garbage, Chad "The Beer Guy" Stypmann on becoming a fan favourite at Blue Jays spring training games, Dr. Isaac Bogoch on a drug that could help prevent HIV.

Download Metro Morning podcast, March 2, Ingersoll mayor, Chad the beer guy, HIV drug
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Metro Morning podcast, March 1, refugee settlement, fathers photo, Fixthe6ix

Immigration, minister John McCallum on Canada bringing over 25,000 Syrian refugees, BJ Barone on the viral photo of him, his partner and their newborn son, which is now being used by anti-LGBTQ politicians, Deanna Lentini on her Fixthe6ix project.

Download Metro Morning podcast, March 1, refugee settlement, fathers photo, Fixthe6ix
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