Closing borders to Ebola11/20/14
Canada's government is restricting visas for people from countries hit by Ebola. Are we doing the right thing?
Why the Rosetta Mission matters?
Rosetta's Philae lander is riding a comet. Scientists say it could send back secrets about the origin of the universe. Others marvel at just landing it. Open lines with an engineer from Ontario, on the Rosetta team.
Would legalizing it signal the drug is safe?
The Centre for Addiction and Mental Health came out supporting the legalization of marijuana because members said the law causes more harm than good. But would legalizing it signal the drug is safe?
Have your teeth problems fallen through the cracks?
Nicole Broadbent has a rare tooth disorder and the thousands of dollars needed to fix it is not covered by OHIP. She's appealed, and appealed and almost given up hope. Has that happened to you?
Gardening: Open lines with Ontario Today's resident gardener Ed...
Gardening: Open lines with Ontario Today's resident gardener Ed Lawrence.
Was there a cost to marrying outside your community?
The number of mixed and intercultural marriages is growing fast. But have the challenges and taboos been resolved? Open lines with a marriage therapist in a mixed marriage.
Travelling with strangers
A Toronto man is looking for an Elizabeth Gallagher to take his ex-girlfriend's plane tickets on a trip around the world. Ever travelled with strangers? How did that work out?
Call of the Day: Walking El Camino Santiago led to life journey
Says met future husband and new understanding of self along the way. Ontario Today: Travelling with strangers: How did that work out
Is it possible to undo the damage?
A teenage girl has been sentenced to 6½ years for pimping other teens. A psychiatrist says she will need up to 15 years of therapy. Can someone who has gone so seriously wrong turn things around?
Wartime letters and journals
Dear Sadie is an Archives of Ontario exhibit about a soldier, his sweetheart and how love and life are changed by war. Hear their story, plus actor Eric Peterson's story of Billy Bishop's letters and your stories of wartime letters and journals.
Should Remembrance Day be a holiday?
The poll by the Vimy Foundation shows 82% of Canadians support a bill before Parliament to make November 11th a national statutory holiday. Do you want the day off?
Gardening: What have you planted to remember?
A First World War soldier planted acorns from Vimy Ridge on his farm in Scarborough. Now there are plans to plant acorns from the Scarborough Vimy oaks at the Vimy monument in France and Rideau Hall.
Harassment on the job
Two MPs are suspended over allegations of harassment on Parliament Hill. Has it happened at your workplace too? What do you wish you'd done when it happened to you?
Silken Laumann and bouncing back
Laumann was injured weeks before winning an Olympic medal. She's dealt with abuse and mental illness. Laumann and a psychiatrist take calls on how to be resilient in hard times.
Is it worth testing for prostate cancer?
New guidelines say, drop the blood tests. Some doctors now say that men are getting too many unnecessary treatments, which ruins their sex lives and leaves them incontinent. Was it worth it to you?
Why you didn't tell
Suddenly women are talking about what they may have only whispered to a friend.
Is it right or wrong to throw away the key?
Justin Bourque received the longest sentence in Canadian history for killing 3 police officers. Judges have new powers to impose consecutive sentences. Hear an open line debate.
Gardening: What are you trying to squeeze in under the deadline?
Bulbs sitting there, that need to go in the ground? Pruning? A transplant?
Tell us about the monster that has its claws in you.
Why the monsters never die, in this hour of Ontario Today. Our guest is joining us from Queen's University in Kingston. English professor Robert Morrison.
What you say when your kid asks: Mom, am I fat?
The word "fat" sends a lot of messages and can do a lot of longterm damage. Open lines with a clinical psychologist and former head of the eating disorders program at CHEO.
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