Is internet porn ruining your sex life?10/17/14
Scientists say internet pornography messes with the wiring in your brain. But how is it playing out with you and your partner? Open lines with a pscyho-therapist.
Prepared for Ebola
So far there have been 8 suspected cases of Ebola in Ontario. All negative. It was a dry-run for front-line health care workers. Some say, they are not ready. Ontario Today asks those on the front lines if they're prepared. Open lines
School trustees: Do you get what you pay for?
The race for mayor can be zesty. But who gets excited about school board trustees? The job is part-time. The pay is slim. Meetings. Calls from parents. They also have real power. Would we get better candidates?
Making childcare affordable
The NDP is promising 15 dollar a day childcare that is available to everybody. It will be one of the main planks of the New Democrats' 2015 election campaign. Is it the right way to go? Open lines with NDP leader Tom Mulcair.
Gardening: Homegrown harvest
Tomatoes toppling out baskets? Homegrown pumpkin in your pie? Hear about Ontario's harvest along with the straight goods on gardening from Ontario Today's resident gardener Ed Lawrence.
Your worst day as a boss
No explicit material in the cock pit, please. Should you really need to say that? Managers are often held up to scrutiny. We turn the tables, and ask what was your worst day as a boss?
Why pack a knife?
Two high school students fatally stabbed in a matter of weeks. Two teens are now charged with 2nd degree murder. Why would a kid pack a knife? Open lines with a guy who did and a cop who says it's more common than you think.
Combat with ISIS: Is Canada doing the right thing?
Canada is sending aircraft and personnel to join coalition air strikes against ISIS targets in Iraq. The PM says, he did not take this step lightly. The threat posed is real.
Call of the Day: Why Liberal MP Abstained on Iraq vote
Irwin Cotler says he would have supported the war but .... Ontario Today asks "Canada in Combat: Is Canada Doing the Right Thing?"
China: Good or bad?
Is this a relationship worth having?
A setback for organ donation in Ontario?
A computer glitch that went undetected for 18 months has forced Ontario's organ donation registry to ask 60,000 donors to retrace their steps online because their personal information may be incomplete or inaccurate.
Gardening: Spectacular fall colour
It's been the perfect mix of temperatures to produce vibrant fall colours, scientists say. And the best is yet to come. Plus the best gardening advice you can get.
When you broke up with your favourite celebrity
From Oprah to the newly-married George Clooney. Why do we put these gods and goddesses on a pedestal? Open lines with a society columnist and a leading psychologist on hero worship.
Can technology make us better?
People are watched in private like never before. That scrutiny exposed Donald Sterling's racism, the secret life of Rob Ford, the leprechaun who hogged 2 bus seats. Does technology makes us thoughtless or better human beings?
EI break for small business: Who is it really helping?
The Federal government is giving small businesses a break on EI premiums, promising it'll create more jobs. Some business owners disagree. So who really benefits from this extra 500 million.
Defending the indefensible: Why bother?
As the Magnotta trial gets underway, we open the lines with John Rosen, the lawyer who defended Paul Bernardo.
Call of the Day: Juror haunted by Truscott trial
Criminal lawyer John Rosen is Ontario Today's guest: Defending the Indefensible
Why won't you pay 25 dollars to check your bags?
Porter, WestJet, and now Air Canada are charging a new fee to check a bag on flights within this country. Open lines with Globe Travel Editor Domini Clark.
Gardening: Second-time-around show
Callers describe the forsythia, roses and rudbeckia showing off in their gardens this fall. Plus the straight goods on gardening from Ontario Today's own gardener Ed Lawrence.
Call of the Day: Hey sexy traveller
Hate baggage fees? Try this new look. Ontario Today asks why people won't pay 25 dollars to check bag
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