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Metro Morning podcast Fri Mar 7, 2014, Somali student success, legacy photos, kids and March break
Haweiya Egeh defends recommendations of the Task Force on the Success of Students of Somali Descent, Gina Valle on the Legacies photo exhibit highlighting women's diverse heritage, and advice for March Break from parenting expert Alyson Schafer.
metro Morning podcast Thu Mar 6, 2013, OPP and Ford, women and multulturalism, student competition, paralympic rower er
NOW magazine's Enzo de Matteo on the OPP's supervision of the Ford police investigation, Irshad Manji says Multiculturalism may be bad for women, Lauren Friese on Talent Egg's student challenge, and Paralympic rower Victoria Nolan.
Metro Morning podcast, March 5th, 2014
Auto industry analyst Dennis DesRosiers on Chrysler no longer asking for government help in Ontario, Councillor Josh Matlow on concerns about crude oil transportation in Toronto, Septembre Anderson on unpaid internships and Sarah Elton's new book for kids
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Metro Morning Podcast, March 4th, 2014
Melanie Redman youth homelessness. Debra Dreise was sexually assaulted by Dr George Doodnaught during an operation. Tech guy Jesse Hirsh on intelligence using webcams to capture images of internet users. Rob Ford in LA - good for TO film or not?
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Metro Morning Podcast, March 2, 2014
Former Toronto resident Mychailo Wynnyckyj now living in Ukraine fears whats ahead now that Russian troops are in Ukrain. Vanessa Saraiva from World Vision Canada on Syrian refugees in Lebanon. TDSB Chair Chris Bolton on threatening trustee behaviour.
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Metro Morning podcast Fri Feb 28, unlicensed day care operator, Somali TV, Oscar preview
Day care operator Andrea Gibson on why she runs an unlicensed facility, Hodan Nalayeh on her TV show "Integration" which highlights Toronto's Somali community, Karen Gordon previews the Oscars and reviews "Omar."
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Metro Morning podcast, Thu Feb 27, 2014, Uganda anti-Gay law, jailed in Egypt, city life film, coping with cold
Rainbow Railroad's Michael Battista on helping LGBT people escape Uganda, John Greyson on Al-Jazeera journalist Mohamed Fahmy - jailed in Egypt, Sue Chun on her film "Disconnection," and Mary Wiens gets tips from Torontonians about cold weather gear.
Metro Morning podcast Wed feb 26, 2014, ranked ballot, RRSP's, Black music showcase
Activist Dave Meslin on the campaign for ranked election ballots, personal finance expert Preet Banerjee on RRSP's, and Music presenter Dalton Higgins on "Rap N' Roll: The Afro Alternative Music Showcase"
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Metro Morning podcast Tue feb 25, 2014, menu labelling, anesthesia trust. paralympic skier
Public Health prof David Hammond on chain restaurants posting calorie counts on menus, Anesthesiologists' Society pres Dr. Patricia Houston on rebuilding patient trust after the crimes of George Doodnaught, Paralympic skier Erin Latimer and dad Ian.
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Metro Morning podcast, Mon Feb 24, 2014, Toronto prosperity, kids choosing courses, women's hockey, spring garden plans
Board of Trade's Carol Wilding urges more investment for a prosperous GTA, Annie Kidder on kids choosing the right high school course, CWHL Brenda Andress calls for a women's pro hockey league and Paul Zammit on planning for your spring garden now.
Metro Morning podcast Fri Feb 21, 2014, Avenue Road Arts School, rain storm, Men's Olympic hockey
Former Metro Morning host Andy Barrie and founder Lola Rasminsky honour the Avenue Road Arts School, Conservation official Laurien Farrell on rain and flooding, Buffalo radio host Kevin Sylvester previews the Canada-U.S. men's Olympic hockey semi-final
Metro Morning podcast Thu Feb 20, 2014, flood warnings, new TTC chair, Edmond Place
Toronto Water's Lou Di Gironimo on protecting yourself from basement flooding. Maria Augimeri on becoming TTC Chair, and Victor Willis on a fundraiser to honour Edmond Yu.
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Metro Morning podcast Wed Feb 19, 2014, small houses, food trucks, athletes' bodies
Architect Thom Payne on building 500-sq-ft houses in Toronto, Councillor Josh Colle on expanding hours and locations for food trucks, and Dr. Peter Lin on customizing athletes' bodies to maximize their performance.
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Metro Morning podcast Tues Feb 18, 2014, Baldwin inquest, party perceptions, shadeism play
Freya Kristjanson, lawyer for Jeffrey Baldwin's siblings on recommendations from the inquest into his death, Samara's Alison Loat on perception of political parties, and Anita Majumdar on her play "Same Same But Different"
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Metro Morning Podcast - February 17, 2014
Paul and Kathy Morison on their Olympic snowboarder son's new attitude to the sport, Mohan Kesavan on learning about Canada by travelling across it, Rachel Epstein on changes to birth certificates.
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Metro Morning podcast Fri Feb 14, 2014, Ont byelections, TCHC, RRSP's, car designer
Robert Benzie on Liberal losses in 2 Ontario byelections, Toronto Community Housing Corp Chair Bud Purves on Gene Jones continuing as CEO, Gordon Pape on RRSPs, and car designer on his new creation for Chrysler.
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Metro Morning podcast Thu feb 13, 2014, Eligon inquest, autism and employment, men's olympic hockey, Rob Ford journalism
Deputy Police Chief Mike Federico on interactions between police and people w/mental health issues, Debbie Irish on employment options and autism, former hockey Olympian Brian Conacher, and Ryerson Journalism students on the Rob Ford story.
Metro Morning podcast Wed Feb 12, 2014, federal budget, women's Olympic hockey, minor hockey parents
Federal Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and his Ontario counterpart Charles Sousa on the federal budget, Olympian Brianne Jenner's brother Graham on today's Canada-U.S. hockey clash, and Coach/parent Doug Smith on behaviour training for hockey parents.
Metro Morning podcast Tue Feb 11, 2014, Budget lookahead, 1st time candidate, Olympic pressure and loss, Sochi security
Mowat Centre's Matthew Mendelsohn looks ahead to the federal budget, first time municipal candidate Lekan Olawoye, hurdler Perdita Felicien and sports psychologist Paul Dennis on Olympic pressure and loss, astronaut Chris Hadfield on Sochi security.
Metro Morning podcast Mon Feb 10, 2014, student budget, lost Canadian, byelections preview, blind netflix
Maggie Hou and Gunes Agduk on the student budget consultation, Marion Vermeersch on possibly losing her Canadian citizenship, the CBC's Robert Fisher previews two provincial byelections, and Kevin Shaw develops described video on demand.
Metro Morning podcast Fri Feb 7, 2014, winter falls, wait times, citizenship changes, Pride House
Dr. Paul Hannam on winter weather falls, Dr. Liisa Jaakkimainen on specialist wait times, lawyer Guidy Mamann on changes to Canada's citizenship laws, and skater Blake Skjellerup and organizer Barb Besharat on the opening of PrideHouse Toronto.
Metro Morning podcast Thu Feb 6, 2014, Save the Gardiner, urban design, Queering sex ed, Black dolls
Denzil Minnan-Wong says the eastern Gardiner Expwy should be saved, Toronto's urban design director Harold Madi, David Udayasekaran and Shane Camastro on making sex ed more relevant to LGBTQ/trans youth, and artist Frantz Brent-Harris on Black dolls.
Metro Morning podcast wed Feb 5, snow clearing liability, home luge, renaming Union Stn, Gardiner Expressway future
T-O's Peter Noehammer/lawyer David Payne on snow clearing rules and liability, Mike Smit on his home luge track, Historian Derek Boles on renaming Union Stn after Sir John A Macdonald, and Ken Greenberg/Murtaza Haider on the future of the Gardiner Expwy
Metro Morning podcast Tues jan 4, 2014, uncleared snow, crowdfunding healthcare, Woody Allen allegations, inspiring Black artists
Sara Jameson on not shovelling snow from her sidewalk, health policy consultant Michael Rachlis on crowdfunding healthcare, Jesse Wente on separating Woody Allen's art from personal allegations, and Dwight Drummond on the Black Artist that inspired him.
Metro Morning podcast Mon Feb 3, 2014, Schools and real estate, corrections officer, Black history exhibition, political citizen award
Realtor John Pasalis links school rankings and home prices, Corrections officer Monte Vieselmeyer on violence inside Ontario jails, Rosemary Sadlier on Toronto's Black History, and student Ali Chatur wins Samara's Everyday Political Citizen Award.
Metro Morning podcast Fri Jan 31, 2014, Kathleen Wynne, airport spying, Olympic science
Premier Kathleen Wynne on raising the minimum wage, Cyber expert Ron Deibert on a report that the spy agency CSEC tracked Canadians in airports through their wireless devices, and Greg Brown and Mitch Moffit of ASAP Science on science at the Olympics
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Metro Morning podcast Thu, Jan 30, 2014, Ford lawsuit, Bieber charge, Fat in public
Toronto Sun reporter Sam Pazzano on the lawsuit filed by Scott MacIntyre against Rob Ford and others after a jailhouse beating, pop culture columnist Jesse Wente on Justin Bieber's fame, and Amanda Scriver on the art exhibit Fat in Public.
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Metro Morning podcast Wed Jan 28, 2014, city budget, indoor recess, winter poem
Toronto budget Chief Frank Di Giorgio on the city's budget debate, pediatrician Dr. Dan Flanders on why kids' indoor recess on cold days is a bad idea, and a cold weather poem by Priscila Uppal
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Metro Morning podcast Tues Jan 28, 2014, minimum wage worker, Olympic prep, Loblaws at Kensington, Bell let's talk
Pinky Paglingayen on what it's like to survive on minimum wage, Marni McBean on athletes' mental prep for the Olympics, Kensington Market butcher Pete Sanagan on Loblaws at the edge of the market, and Clara Hughes campaigns for mental heath awareness.
Metro Morning podcast Mon Jan 27, 2014, minimum wage, Russian profiles, TTC blacksmith
Economist Sheila Block on raising Ontario's minimum wage, CBC Journalist Allen Abel previews his series "My Russia," and a visit with the TTC's last blacksmith, Pat Maietta.
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Metro Morning podcast Fri Jan 24, 2014, Refugee health care, Thorncliffe Park, sightless cooking
Ont Health Minister Deb Matthews on why the province is funding health care for all refugees claimants, Jehad Alieweiwi reflects on the evolution of Thorncliffe Park, and legally-blind Chef Christine Ha, co-host of TV's "Four Senses"
Metro Morning podast Thu Jan 22, 2014, Ford politics, Ukraine protests, refugee claimant health care
Journalist Edward Keenan/activist Idil Burale on the politics of Rob Ford, are Torontonians enabling Ford?, Richard Hareychuk on Kiev protests, and fed Immigration Minister Chris Alexander on Ontario providing health coverage for refugee claimants.
Metro Morning podcast Wed Jan 22, 2014, Ford Jamaican video, Boucher disapearance, remembering Paul Quarrington
Councillor Michael Thompson and addictions specialist Dennis Long on Rob Ford's Jamaican patois video and his resumption of drinking, former Homicide Det. Mark Mendelson on the disappearance of Jeffrey Boucher, remembering the late Paul Quarrington.
Metro Morning podcast Tues, Jan 21, 2014, Kachkar pass, Chris Hadfield, winter shoe drive
Forensic psychiatrist Dr. Sandy Simpson on reintegrating people found not-criminally-responsible into society, Astronaut Chris Hadfield, and Ron White and Jessica Hales on a winter shoe drive for the homeless and underhoused.
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Metro Morning podcast Mon Jan 29, 2014, accessible cabs, rookie candidate, Not criminally responsible , Olympic skater
Tracey Cook and Kristine Hubbard on making Toronto's taxi fleet fully accessible, Alex Mazer on being a rookie council candidate, lawyer Anita Szigeti on Richard Kachkar's bid for escorted day passes, and 16-yr-old olympic skater Gabrielle Daleman.
Metro Morning podcast Fri Jan 17 Book City closing, Leonard Fullerton murder, tracking app, Nadia Potts
Owner Frans Donker on the closing of his Book City store after 37 yrs, Leaford Fullerton remembers his murdered son Leonard as a reward is offered in the case, Chris Gilpin tracks your store visits through WiFi, and dancer Nadia Potts is honoured.
Metro Morning podcast Thu Jan 16, Wynne and Ford, 3D prosthetics, bespoke shoes
Robert Benzie on Kathleen Wynne's refusal to meet with Rob Ford and byelections call, UofT Prof Matt Ratto on using 3-D printers to make prostheses for children, and Pedro Mendes' profile of bespoke shoemaker Peter Feeney.
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Metro Morning podcast Wed Jan 15, 2014, Subways vs LRT, Toronto olympic bid, schools and allergies, food trucks
Mayoral candidate David Soknacki backs LRT's over subways, Bob Richardson on a potential T-O olympic bid, Mother/teacher Kate Caldwell on schools accommodating children w/food allergies, and Tamara Jensen on why she's pulling her food truck from Toronto.
Metro Morning podcast, Tues Jan 14, 2014, Hudak's jobs plan, religious accommodation prof, Turnout Toronto
Ont Progressive Conservative leader Tim Hudak on his Million Jobs Act, York professor Paul Grayson on the accomodation given a student who wanted to forego classes w/women on religious grounds, and civic activist Adil Dhalla on Turnout Toronto 2014.
Mettro Morning podcast, Mon Jan 14, 2014, Sochi look-ahead, TFC signings, wearable tech
Former Olympian Clara Hughes on Olympic athletics, Filmmaker Arnold van Bruggenon on politics and security at Sochi, Sportswriter Cathal Kelly on Toronto FC's big-time signings and columnist Jesse Hirsh on the future of wearable tech.
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Metro Morning podcast Fri Jan 10, 2014, religious accommodation, Pearson problems, MaRS big ideas
York U Provost Rhonda Lenton on the accomodation given a student who didn't want to attend classes w/women on religious grounds, GTAA Pres Howard Eng on weather-related problems at Pearson Airport, and T-O's big ideas from MaRS CEO Ilse Treurnicht.
Metro Morning podcast Thurs Jan 9, 2014, religious accommodation, teaching math, Jennifer Heil, motherhood and work
Human rights consultant Alan Shefman on religious accommodation at York U, Lecturer Mary Reid on training for teachers in math, former Olympic freestyler Jennifer Heil on prepping for Sochi, and Cornelia Principe on her film "The Motheroad"
Metro Morning podcast Wed Jan 8, 2014, airport chaos, pesticides in organics, kids' snowsuits
GTAA's Toby Lennox on weather-related delays at Pearson Airport, Organic Trade Assn's Matthew Holmes on pesticides in organic produce, and kindergarteners' put on their winter gear.
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Metro Morning podcast Tues Jan 7, 2014, Pearson cold delays, cold bodies, Team Canada
Arriving passengers Colin Haefele and John McLean, and GTAA spokesperson Scott Armstrong on cold weather delays at Pearson Airport, Physiologist Greg Wells extreme cold and the body, and the CBC's Jim Hughson on Canada's Olympic hockey team.
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Metro Morning podcast Mon, Jan 6, 2014, Reflections on suicide, city cleanup, Toronto's big ideas
Lesley and David Skelly reflect on the suicide of their son Kit in March 2013, Works Committee Chair Denzil Minnan-Wong on the ice storm clean-up, and Cameron Bailey of TIFF on Big Ideas for Toronto.
MM podcast Jan 2. Toronto buildings 2014. Bangladesh lookback. New year's fitness resolution.
The year ahead in architecture with the Toronto Star's Chris Hume.Bangladesh lookback. How to make better resolutions that will help you reach your fitness goals.
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MM podcast Dec 31. City Hall 2013 review. Power outage update. Polar bear dip.
City Hall watcher Hamutal Dotan and National Post columnist Chris Selley reflect on stories involving council and Mayor Rob Ford, and look ahead to the year to come. Anthony Haines, CEO of Toronto Hydro on power outage. Courage Polar Bear Dip in Oakville.
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MM podcast Jan 30. City prepardness for ice storm. Two city councillors on aftermath of the ice storm. Freestyle skier Travis Gerrits on Sochi
Gord Miller, Environmental Commissioner for Ontario reflects on how to prepare for future ice storm. Two city councillors, Glenn De Baeremaeker and Josh Matlow on aftermath of the ice storm. Freestyle skier Travis Gerrits on getting ready for Sochi.
Metro Morning podcast Tue Dec 24, 2013, storm aftermath, Christmas tree gallery, talkin' turkey
Toronto Hydro's Tanya Bruckmueller and insurance broker Greg Robertson on the ice storm aftermath,George Charalambous on his home Christmas tree gallery, and Aparita Bhandari looks for tips on how to cook a traditional Christmas turkey.
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Metro Morning podcast Mon Dec 23, Ice storm arborist, TTC future, personal debt
Arborist Todd Irvine on the ice storm cleanup, Councillors Maria Augimeri and Josh Colle on the storm and running for TTC Chair, Michael Hlinka in Canadians' personal debt.
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Metro Morning podcast Fri, Dec 20, 2013, Ashley Smith verdict. Sick Kids CEO, weather wrap
Smith family lawyer Julian Roy on the homicide verdict in the inquest into the death of Ashley Smith who choked to death in a segregation cell, Mary Jo Haddad retires as Sick Kids Hospital CEO, Climatologist Dave Phillips on T-O's winter weather.
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MM December 19. Kathleen Wynne. Police suicide. City hall apology
Year end talk with Kathleen Wynne, Ontario premier. Eric Weaver, former SWAT team officer on police suicide. Hamutal Dotan on Rob Ford's apology
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Metro Mornig podcast Wed Dec 18, 2013, Human Rights resto ruling, SUI and police, pharma company payments
Lawyer Kate Sellar on a ruling that a restaurant violated the human rights of 3 Muslim staff, Howard Morton on police information and the SIU, and Dr. Brian Goldman on a decision by Glaxo-Smith-Kline to stop paying doctors to promote their products.
Metro Morning podcast Tue dec 17, 2013, Pension reform, Gehry towers, pop culture wrap
Ontario Finance Minister Charles Sousa on the possibility of a provincial pension plan, urban planner Sean Galbraith on Frank Gehry's proposed towers on King, and Jesse Wente on the year in pop culture.
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Metro Morning podcast Mon Dec 16, 2013, King St development, Cisco jobs, Toronto archaelology
Developer David Mirvish and Planner Jennifer Keesmaat on a plan for 3 Frank Gehry towers on King, Cisco Canada Pres Nitin Kawale on creating 1700 jobs with Ont govt assistance, and ROM Archaelogist April Hawkins on her google map "Toronto Underfoot."
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Metro Morning podcast, Dale vs Ford, transit funding, nutrcracker dancer, T-O's best eats
Toronto Star reporter Daniel Dale on filing a libel notice against Rob Ford, Board of Trade Pres Carol Wilding on transit funding, Skylar Campbell on dancing the lead in this year's Nutcracker, and Chris Nuttal-Smith on T-O's best new restaurants.
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Metro Morning podcast Thu Dec 12, 2013, Canada Post cuts, backyard rinks, GlobalMedic
Letter carrier Ken Cameron on the end of door-to-door delivery by Canada Post, Luis Smith on building the perfect backyard ice rink, and GlobalMedic founder Rahul Singh on Philippines typhoon relief and the volunteers who do it.
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Metro Morning podcast, Wed Dec 11, 2013, OPG spending, Kellogg's closing, Ford and Police budget, Aboriginal website
OPG Chair Jake Epp responds to a report critical of spending at the agency, Steve Addison on being laid off by Kellogg's, Councillor Joe Pasternak on Mayor Ford and the police budget, CBC's Connie Walker on her blog post "Is it a good time to be Indian?"
Metro Morning podcast Tue, Dec 10, 2013, Mandela memorial, Asthma law, Spacing mag at 10
Richard Poplak at the memorial for Nelson Mandela in Soweto, MPP Jeff Yurek and Sandra Gibbons on a law providing quick access to asthma puffers after the death of Sandra's son, Matt Blackett and Shawn Micallef on 10 yrs of Spacing magazine.
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Metro Morning podcast Mon Dec 9, 2013, Officer Zivcic memorial, Jews of Poland, Honouring Mandela
Fallen Toronto police officer John Zivcic is remembered by his brother Tom, filmmaker Francine Zuckerman reflects on her journey to document the lives of post-holocaust Polish Jews, and the CBC's Garvia Bailey honors Nelson Mandela.