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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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Men victims of domestic violence more often than not

We tend to think of domestic violence as abuse enacted primarily by men, against women, but Sarah Desmarais says it's wrong.

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Inuk artist remembered

Annie Pootoogook drew scenes of the domestic, everyday North and stereotypes plagued her still in life as in death

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6 Brainy Beauty Podcasts

From Marilyn Monroe's secrets to the creepy history behind early cosmetic surgery. Plus, the fake science behind anti-aging products.

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What if Trump runs U.S. like his business?

Donald Trump has vowed to run America the way he runs his companies. But what, exactly, would that look like?

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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 30, 2016, Nuit Blanche, residential schools, no car school

Director X - Nuit Blanche installation "Death of the Sun" in Nathan Phillips Sq, Jenny Kay Dupuis - kids book "I Am Not A Number" based on her grandmother's experience in residential school, Cristian Fazzini/Ryan Walsh - bike/walk to school day

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 30, 2016, Nuit Blanche, residential schools, no car school
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 29, 2016, rising rents, simulated patients, Denver grow ops

Renters Lori Johnston/Andrea Bradley on high rents driving tenants from Toronto, Dr. Brian Hodges on actors simulating psych issues for student doctors' testing, CBC's Solomon Israel on new concerns over grow-ops in Denver after legalization of pot.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 29, 2016, rising rents, simulated patients, Denver grow ops
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Sep 28, 2016, rental market, remembering Shimon Pres, salmon run

Realtor Alexandra Cote on Toronto's tight rental market, Indigo's Heather Reisman on the passing of her friend Shimon Pres, TRCA's Cameron Richardson on the salmon run in GTA rivers.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed Sep 28, 2016, rental market, remembering Shimon Pres, salmon run
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Sep 27, 2016, presidential debate, Indigenous art, student mental health

Jesse Wente on last night's presidential debate, asst curator Wanda Nanibush on the AGO show - Toronto: Tributes and Tributaries", Meg Houghton on a growing mental health crisis among post-secondary students.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Sep 27, 2016, presidential debate, Indigenous art, student mental health
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Sep 26, 2016, Swedish road safety, debate preview, condo disputes

Vision Zero's Matts Belin on how Sweden is making roads safer for non-drivers, political strategist Jaime Watt previews tonight's Clinton/Trump debate, writer Maryam Sanati on neighbour vs neighbour in condo buildings.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon Sep 26, 2016, Swedish road safety, debate preview, condo disputes
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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 23, 2016, covering Syria, Black police, hazardous streets, Syrian women

BBC reporter Lyse Doucet on covering Syria, retired T-O police officer Marc Rainford on being a Black cop in times of rising racial tension, planner Kyle Miller on pedestrians/cyclists being struck, Syrian refugee women share gifts and a meal.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 23, 2016, covering Syria, Black police, hazardous streets, Syrian women
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 22, 2016, John Tory, immigrants boost economy, indigenous street names

Mayor John Tory on new funding sources for the city including a partial sale of Toronto Hydro, RBC's John Stackhouse says that immigration boosts the economy, activist Hayden King on Anishinaabe street signs in Toronto.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 22, 2016, John Tory, immigrants boost economy, indigenous street names
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Sep 21, 2016, lawyer safety, refugee sponsorship, TTC humour, Nathan Phillips Square

Lawyer James Morton on having guns drawn on him, Peel United Way's Shelley White on improving refugee sponsorship, TTC Riders' Jessica Bell on a humourous better transit campaign, architect Andrew Frontini wins prize for Nathan Phillips Sq.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed Sep 21, 2016, lawyer safety, refugee sponsorship, TTC humour, Nathan Phillips Square
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Sep 20, child protection worker, Unifor GM, art and justice, Persian food

Striking Peel CAS child protection worker Roxana Condor on unsafe work, Unifor Pres Jerry Dias on his union's deal w/GM, filmmaker Deepa Mehta on injustice and the arts, Naomi Duguid - author of "Taste of Persia".

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Sep 20, child protection worker, Unifor GM, art and justice, Persian food
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Sep 19, 2016, GM future, immigrant inclusion, Bill Davis bio, health innovation

Mayor John Henry on the future of GM in Oshawa, former Attorney-General Adrienne Clarkson on immigrant inclusion, Steve Paikin - author of "Bill Davis: Nation Builder, and Not So Bland After All", Dr. Mike Evans brings health innovation to Apple.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon Sep 19, 2016, GM future, immigrant inclusion, Bill Davis bio, health innovation
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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 16, 2016, fentanyl addiction, burkini beach party

Darryl Gebien/AnnMarie McCullough on recovery from fentanyl and other substance addictions, Arooj Ali organizes a Toronto burkini beach party in reaction to the controversy in France.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 16, 2016, fentanyl addiction, burkini beach party
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 15, 2016, transit funding, Moss Park, Walk Good

T-O Bd of Trade's Jan De Silva on alternative funding for transit, architect Robert Allen on balancing the needs of condos and shelters in Moss Park, Karen Chapman on her film "Walk Good" about a mother who lost all 3 of her children to gun violence

Download Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 15, 2016, transit funding, Moss Park, Walk Good
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Sep 14, 2016, infrastructure funding, women on boards, God's Acre

Bonnie Crombie on fed infrastructure money for cities, Andrew MacDougall on the lack of women on corporate boards, Kelton Stepanowich/Derek Vermillion's TIFF film "God's Acre" - aboriginal land threatened by climate change.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed Sep 14, 2016, infrastructure funding, women on boards, God's Acre
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Sep 13, 2016, Kathleen Wynne, ultramarathon champ, TIFF access

Ontario Premiere Kathleen Wynne on her reset of government priorities, David Carroll on winning the 100-mile Haliburton Forest Ultra-Marathon, CBC's Kevin Sweet on decreasing public access at TIFF.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Sep 13, 2016, Kathleen Wynne, ultramarathon champ, TIFF access
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Sep 12, 2016, Condo families, growing up trans, Channel swim

Planner Ann-Marie Nasr on how owners are modifying their condos to accommodate families, Mary Rogan on "Growing Up Trans -- When do children know their true gender?", Torontonian Samuel Bail on his English Channel swim.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon Sep 12, 2016, Condo families, growing up trans, Channel swim
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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 9, 2016, aging infrastructure, atheist minister, India in a Day

Councillor Gord Perks/Civic Action's Sevaun Palvetzian on the need to fix aging public infrastructure, United Church committee deems atheist Gretta Vosper unsuitable to be a minister, Richie Mehta - director of "India in a Day" at TIFF.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 9, 2016, aging infrastructure, atheist minister, India in a Day
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 8, 2016, School buses and heat, TIFF opens, TIFF accessibility

TDSB's Ryan Bird on hot schools and a shortage of buses, Artistic Director Cameron Bailey on the TIFF opening/controversy surrounding filmmaker Nate Parker, Michael McNeely/Bea Jolley on concerns about accessibility at TIFF.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 8, 2016, School buses and heat, TIFF opens, TIFF accessibility
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Sep 7, 2016, TTC budget, Syrian catering, Brampton managers cut

Chair Josh Colle on maintaining TTC service while meeting the mayor's budget reduction request, Brittani Farrington on Karam Kitchen - a catering co. co-founded by Syrian refugee women, Brampton mayor Linda Jeffrey on cutting 25 managers at her city.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed Sep 7, 2016, TTC budget, Syrian catering, Brampton managers cut
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Sep 6, 2016, schools in disrepair, Airbnb, TIFF diversity

TDSB Chair Robin Pilkeyon the 3.4B dollar repair backlog in its aging schools, councillors Karen Ras/Kristyn Wong-Tam on regulating Airbnb, Artistic Director Cameron Bailey on diversity at TIFF.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Sep 6, 2016, schools in disrepair, Airbnb, TIFF diversity
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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 2, 2016, Frosh costs, Syrian students study, welcoming international students

York Reg. Police's Andy Pattenden on what 1st-yr pranks could cost students, Western U's Mazen El-Baba on the challenges for newly-arrived students from Syria, U of T students Kevin Ledda/Zana Marquez welcome international students at Pearson Airport.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri Sep 2, 2016, Frosh costs, Syrian students study, welcoming international students
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 1, 2016, teaching math, diversity hiring, Trudeau in China, diversity hiring

OISE's Mary Reid on improving Ontario students' math proficiency, Michael Bach on the city of Toronto's plan to boost diversity hiring, former ambassador David Mulroney on Canadian-Chinese relations.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Thu Sep 1, 2016, teaching math, diversity hiring, Trudeau in China, diversity hiring
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Aug 31, 2016, blended refugees, Air BnB condo, parakayaker

Rev. Wes Denyer on a govt offer to trade an assigned refugee family still overseas for one that is "travel-ready", Terence Jou/Joeri van den Steenhoven on a renter using Terence's condo to operate an Air BnB, Paralympic kayaker Erica Scarff.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed Aug 31, 2016, blended refugees, Air BnB condo, parakayaker
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Aug 30, 2016, Patrick Brown, consent, forced treatment

Ont P-C leader Patrick Brown on why he now supports the sex-ed curriculum after pledging to scrap it, Ryerson's Farrah Khan on the rules of sexual consent, lawyer Samira Ahmed on forced mental health/addiction treatment for youth.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Aug 30, 2016, Patrick Brown, consent, forced treatment
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Aug 29, 2016, Sex ed letter, mental health resources, Rosedale Valley trees

Star's Robert Benzie on Ont P-C's Patrick Brown's pledge to scrap the sex-ed curriculum, Chloe White/mother Louise on why Chloe received mental health/addiction treatment in the U.S., Sandy Smith on threats to the Rosedale Valley forest.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon Aug 29, 2016, Sex ed letter, mental health resources, Rosedale Valley trees
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Metro Morning podcast for Friday, August 26

Learn about why you should stop ignoring those pesky software updates on your iPhone, how surrogacy works in Canada and hear the story of tracking down a life boat that brought refugees to Newfoundland. That's this edition of the Metro Morning podcast.

Download Metro Morning podcast for Friday, August 26
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Aug 24, 2016, transit funding, privacy breach, Watah Theatre

Mayor John Tory on new federal funding for the TTC, lawyer Michael Crystal on a privacy breach at Rouge Valley Health, founder D'bi.Young Anitafrika tries to save the Watah Theatre.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed Aug 24, 2016, transit funding, privacy breach, Watah Theatre
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Aug 23, 2016, Penny Oleksiak, bottled water, Danforth East

Swimmer Penny Oleksiak returns to Toronto with 4 Olympic medals, activist Mike Nagy/Nestle's Andreanne Simard on concerns over drawing water for bottling during a drought, Anita Schretlan on business revival on Danforth East.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Aug 23, 2016, Penny Oleksiak, bottled water, Danforth East
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Aug 22, 2016, train derailment, sixties scoop, restaurant tipping

Councillor Josh Matlow calls a train derailment in Toronto a wake-up call, Chief Marcia Brown Martel - one of the thousands of indigenous children placed in foster care during the "60s scoop", Guelph U's Bruce McAdams on rethinking restaurant tipping.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon Aug 22, 2016, train derailment, sixties scoop, restaurant tipping
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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Aug 19, 2016, Aleppo photo, licencing Uber, brain cancer

Syrian refugee doctor Vanig Garabedian on the photo of a wounded boy in his hometown of Aleppo, City of T-O's Tracey Cook on licencing Uber, Anna Murray on the connection between Gord Downey and her brother who have the same form of brain cancer.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri Aug 19, 2016, Aleppo photo, licencing Uber, brain cancer
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Aug 18, 2016, Doctors contract, De Grasse coach, Black church

Health Minister Dr. Eric Hoskins on Ontario doctors' rejection of a new deal, former coach Tony Sharpe on why Andre De Grasse has a shot at Gold in the Olympic 200m, Rosemary Sadlier on preserving the remains of a 19th-century African church.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Thu Aug 18, 2016, Doctors contract, De Grasse coach, Black church
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Aug 17, 2016, Olympic medals, Beatles 50, bad habits cost

2008 medalist Thomas Hall says focusing on Olympic medals is taking Canadian down the wrong track, Rock and Roll photographer recalls the Beatles 1966 T-O concert, Dr Peter Lin on the high cost of bad health health habits.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed Aug 17, 2016, Olympic medals, Beatles 50, bad habits cost
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Aug 16, 2106, doctors' deal rejected, immigrant detention, no more Wilmore

OMA Pres Virginia Walley/Concerned Doctors' Nadia Alam on the rejection by doctors of a new funding deal w/the province, Public Safety Minister Ralph Goodale on improving immigrant detention, Jesse Wente on the end of Larry Wilmore's "Nightly Show".

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Aug 16, 2106, doctors' deal rejected, immigrant detention, no more Wilmore
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Aug 15, 2016, De Grasse Bronze, taming house prices, camera memories

Ex-Olympic sprinter Anson Henry on Andre De Grasse's Bronze medal, economist Avery Shenfeld on slowing the acceleration of Toronto's home pricing, Cynthia Martin on her father - photographer Aubrey Martin's - unique photo collection.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon Aug 15, 2016, De Grasse Bronze, taming house prices, camera memories
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Metro Morning podcast for Friday, August 12

Metro Morning spends some time in the water talking to Penny Oleksiak's first coach, and a 70-year-old man attempting to swim across Lake Ontario. Also, a former counter-terrorism operative for CSIS weighs in on Aaron Driver.

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Metro Morning podcast for Tuesday, August 9

From wild bees in Toronto, to swimming in Rio and a day camp dedicated to coding, Metro Morning has the stories you need to hear for Tuesday, August 9.

Download Metro Morning podcast for Tuesday, August 9
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Metro Morning Podcast - August 3, 2016 - Foreign home buyers tax, Supreme Court appointments, daytime impaired driving

Armine Yalnizyan on B.C.'s new tax on foreign property buyers, South Asian Bar Association president Ranjan Agarwal on the government's new process for filling vacancies on the Supreme Court, Peel Police Sgt. Josh Colley on daytime impaired driving.

Download Metro Morning Podcast - August 3, 2016 - Foreign home buyers tax, Supreme Court appointments, daytime impaired driving
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Metro Morning podcast for Friday, July 29

Metro Morning talks to an expect on why flushable wipes are ruining the city's sewer system. Also, a look at a new CAMH program that partners voodoo priests with clinical professionals to treat mental health in Haiti.

Download Metro Morning podcast for Friday, July 29
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Metro Morning podcast for Thursday, July 28

Metro Morning talks to criminal defence lawyer Daniel Brown on the Forcillo sentencing. He's been following the case. Also, Scarborough's Javier Acevedo talks about his journey to the Rio Olympics.

Download Metro Morning podcast for Thursday, July 28
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Metro Morning podcast for Tuesday, July 26

Hear from Mayor John Tory who's home from a trip two First Nations communities in northwestern Ontario, on his own time and dime. And reaction from an Ontario doctor on the province's decision to stop paying for opiods.

Download Metro Morning podcast for Tuesday, July 26
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Metro Morning podcast for Monday, July 25

Metro Morning talks to Roberta Bondar about the life and legacy of Ursula Franklin. We also check in with Canadian Olympian Adam Van Koeverden and get his take on the IOC's decision not to ban all Russia athletes.

Download Metro Morning podcast for Monday, July 25
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Metro Morning Podcast, July 20 - Turkish consul general, Suicide Squad actress, comedy Baroness

Turkish Consul General Erdeniz Sen on the failed coup, 13-year-old actress Shailyn Pierre-Dixon and her mother Christina Dixon on navigating the world of film, Baroness Von Sketch's Jennifer Whalen on finding comedy in urban life.

Download Metro Morning Podcast, July 20 - Turkish consul general, Suicide Squad actress, comedy Baroness
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Metro Morning Podcast, July 19, 2016 - Doping report, Law Society diversity

Western University law professor Richard McLaren on his investigation into doping among Russian athletes, and Tanya Walker, the first elected black female bencher for the Law Society of Upper Canada in Toronto.

Download Metro Morning Podcast, July 19, 2016 - Doping report, Law Society diversity
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Metro Morning Podcast - July 18, 2016 - Republican convention, athletes app, Jane Jacobs Prize

CBC's Michael Enright from Cleveland on the Republican convention and tensions in the U.S., RightBlue Labs co-founder Ronen Benin on an app to predict athletes' injuries, Supporting Our Youth coordinator Leslie Chudnovsky on winning a Jane Jacobs Prize.

Download Metro Morning Podcast - July 18, 2016 - Republican convention, athletes app, Jane Jacobs Prize
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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Jul 15, 2016, live from Rouge Park

Teresa Chan/Jacky Lau on learning to camp, volunteer tour guide Sumaira Munira, Rouge Park farmer Mike Whittamore.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri Jul 15, 2016, live from Rouge Park
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Jul 14, 2016, meeting with premier, world tour, Rouge adpp

Black Lives Matter's Sandy Hudson/lawyer Anthony Morgan on meeting with the premier and Mayor on racism, Jason Pearson/sons Sullivan ad Max on their round the world tour, Kaitlyn Chow/Alexander Cavanagh on their app for Rouge Park.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Thu Jul 14, 2016, meeting with premier, world tour, Rouge adpp
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Jul 13, 2016, doctors deal, Anglican same sex, long distance double

Concerned Doctors' Dr Nadia Alam/OMA's Dr. Virginia Walley on the deal between the OMA and the province, T-O Archbishop Colin Johnson on Anglican synod approval of same-sex marriage, Lanni Marchant on running both the marathon and 10K at the Rio Olympics.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed Jul 13, 2016, doctors deal, Anglican same sex, long distance double
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Jul 12, 2016, anti racism meeting, tourist greeters, Pokemon GO

Anti-racism Minister Michael Coteau on a provincial mtg involving Black Lives Matter, tourist greeter Sean Hertel, Pokemon GO player Niklas Wagner on the sudden popularity of the App.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Jul 12, 2016, anti racism meeting, tourist greeters, Pokemon GO
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Metro Morning podcast Mon Jul 11, 2016, John Tory, Anglican same sex marriage, Olympic track

Mayor John Tory on Scarborough transit/road safety/Black Lives Matter, Rev Joyce Barnett on same-sex marriage in the Anglican Church, Postmedia's Vicki Hall previews Canada's Olympic track team.

Download Metro Morning podcast Mon Jul 11, 2016, John Tory, Anglican same sex marriage, Olympic track
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Metro Morning podcast, Fri Jul, 2016, U.S. shootings, Emmanuel Jal, Canada Post labour

Poet Paulina O'Kieffe on the fatal shootings of black men and white police officers in the US, hip hop artist Emmanuel Jal on his new cafe Jal Gua - Walk in Peace, Armine Yalnizyan on union demands for pay equity at Canada Post.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Fri Jul, 2016, U.S. shootings, Emmanuel Jal, Canada Post labour
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Jul 7, 2016, road safety, police shootings, playground needs, rethinking Iraq

Pedestrian collision survivor Carolyn Skinner/cyclist Kyle Miller on road safety, U Waterloo's Naila Kaleta-Mae on fatal shootings of Black men by police, Joshua/Abigail Dunbar need a neighbouhood playground, Brian Stewart on the legacy of the Iraq War.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Thu Jul 7, 2016, road safety, police shootings, playground needs, rethinking Iraq
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Jul 6, 2016, CNE disability, Eid, Brexit trade

CNE's Virginia Ludy/activist Luke Anderson on the EX going from free to full admissions for people with disabilities, Lal Khan Malik/Fahad Al on Eid ending a violent Ramadan, Armine Yalnizyan on Brexit and Canada's trade with the EU.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Wed Jul 6, 2016, CNE disability, Eid, Brexit trade
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Metro Morning podcast, Tue Jul 5, 2016, refugee challenges, Canada Post, Tour de France

Liberal MP Arif Virani on the challenges of providing services for Syrian refugees, Canada Post's John Hamilton/CUPW's Mike Palecek on the lockout notice by Canada Post, former competitor Michael Barry on the Tour de France cycle race.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Tue Jul 5, 2016, refugee challenges, Canada Post, Tour de France
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Jul 4, 2014, Black Lives Pride, plastic microfibres, Independence Day

Black Lives Matter's Janaya Khan/Pride's Alica Hall on BLM's demands at the Pride Parade, UofT's Chelsea Rochman on enviro risks of plastic microfibres, US Consul-general Juan Alsace on the Canada-US relationship on Independence Day.

Download Metro Morning podcast, Mon Jul 4, 2014, Black Lives Pride, plastic microfibres, Independence Day
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