Israel and Gaza conflict affecting your home life?07/30/14
Tensions are high as the conflict between Israel and Gaza intensifies. What impact is it having on your personal relationships HERE at home?
Why do you fast?
Muslims are marking the end of Ramadan. But people of other cultures opt to refrain from eating, too. Open lines on the meaning and impact on the body.
Avoids cooking shows ...
12 year old tells Ontario Today how she managed to get through fasting for Ramadan.
Predatory practice or foot in the door?
New legislation proposed in Ontario would better protect interns. What questions did you have about the fairness of unpaid internships?
Ed Lawrence is on holiday, so horticulturalist Paul Zammit will be...
Ed Lawrence is on a much deserved summer holiday, so horticulturalist Paul Zammit will be taking your gardening calls. We'll also talk about store-bought plants that could be killing the bees in your garden.
Paid lower than minimum wage!
New grad tells Ontario Today she couldn't afford the unpaid internship that could have led to a real job.
Does sport unite or divide us?
A new report shows athletics help Canadian newcomers settle here. But there are barriers. Open lines on how sport affects our relationships.
Sport helped me integrate...
Mexican immigrant to Canada says his kids' canoe club helped get him involved in the community.
What lengths did you go to, to experience the thrille of the ride?
Rollercoasters, waterslides, the CN Tower Edge Walk. Open lines with fear specialist Margee Kerr on why some people love that adrenaline rush and others hate it.
Is it time to raise the speed limits on Ontario's highways?
B.C. upped their limit. Other American states have too. Is it time to raise the speed limits on Ontario's highways? Open lines on driving speeds.
Why were you mean, online?
A Toronto author examines negative behaviour online - from comments section flame wars, to straight-forward bullying. Open lines on nastiness on the web.
What do you want on a food label?
Health Canada is proposing new nutritional labels that emphasize calories and focus on things Canadians want less of such as added sugars.
What's the most extreme gardening you've done?
From growing bananas in Ontario, to the lengths you go to to coax a plant to life. What's the most extreme gardening you've done? Ed Lawrence will be in with gardening tips.
Open lines on whether you've become a RedBlacks fan.
A new stadium and a new team. But will you support the newest addition to the CFL?
Stroke: What difference did rehab make?
People are having strokes younger and needing rehab longer. But it's possible to make a come back 2, or even 3 years, after a stroke. Open lines with a doctor on how to make rehab make a difference.
Cellphones at concerts: Love 'em or hate 'em?
A growing chorus of musicians is asking fans to shut their smartphones off and stop taking pictures and recordings at concerts. Ontario Today debates the pros and cons of capturing concerts on film.
Two friends with lives most of us would envy decided to pared down. They found simple is less stressful. What can't you let go of?
Gardening: ingenious homemade gardening contraptions
A greenhouse you can access from your basement window. Plus advice from Ontario Today's resident gardener Ed Lawrence.
Has FIFA made you more or less of a fan?
After weeks of drama, amazing goals, heartbreaking losses and controversy, did FIFA win you over? Or is soccer still like watching paint dry?
No new money for wage increases
In order to the balance the budget within the 3 years, the Premier says Ontario has to keep public sector wages from creeping up. Ontario Today asks, are doctors, teachers and nurses willing to live with that?
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