If you ask a foreigner what the capital of Canada is, they just might say Toronto. So: Be it resolved that Toronto is the true capital of Canada. Peter Anthony and Jon Steinberg square off. Then Laurie Elliott and Peter Wildman debate the merits of PDAs…Public Displays of Affection.
When you need a ride somewhere, do you call a taxi or Uber? Sunee Dahliwal is all about Uber, while cab driving comic, Sean Proudlove would rather you hire a hack. And the other debate on this episode pits US against UK spelling. Charlie Demers champions the extra u’s in words like colour, while John Wing thinks he should just drop it…the u, that is. The Debaters starts after the 1 o’clock news here on CBC Radio One. Or listen on demand at cbc.cathedebaters.
Should parents pay for good grades? Pat KcMenna thinks so but Rebecca Kohler says, "No way." Then Pete Zedlacher and Tyler Morrison go at it over Lake Superior. Is it the greatest of the Great Lakes?
Jen Grant and Ron Sparks debate whether Dollar Stores are the best retail experience out there. Then Scott Faulconbridge and Laurie Elliot argue you about whether couples are better off taking separate vacations.