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Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday November 13, 2018

The NHL and players reach a tentative agreement for compensation for concussions and head injuries; Family doctor, Peter Lin, discusses the increasing incidence of inflammatory bowel disease; Popularity of recreational cannabis is putting pressure on supply of medical marijuana; Soil health; Lawyer Michael Spratt discusses the reach of the publication ban in the case of a young offender from Brockville who will be going to trial; Kingston homeless; Our movie reviewer Eli Glasner talks about...


Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday November 12, 2018

Psychiatrist Dr. Dallas Seitz of Queen's University co-authored a study that says not enough consideration is given to helping people with mental problems that may follow a traumatic injury; Rob Benzie of the Toronto Star looks at the various resignations and scandals that have plagued the new P.C. government over the last couple of weeks; Winter biking; 'Future History' a new documentary series on APTN; Kingston adopts 'Good Neighbour' guidelines; Counting down to Christmas.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday November 9, 2018

The Bells of Peace will ring across the country on Remembrance Day including St.George's Cathedral in Kingston; Childrens' experience growing up during the First World War; College students offer a course in financial literacy for high school kids; Pickering author mails out postcards to the current residents of homes where people who had served during the Great War once lived.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday November 8, 2018

A new book from the Vimy Foundation 'They Fought in Colour'; Political scientist Lydia Miljan discusses the P.C. government's response to the allegations surrounding the resignation of minister Jim Wilson; Politicians and sex scandals; Should kids hockey have a 'mercy' rule?' Facebook launches dating site in Canada; Veteran activist says the Canadian Legion should relinquish exclusive rights to the poppy image; New town councillor in Belleville talks about learning the job.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday November 7, 2018

Some tips on tracking the history of people who served during the First World War; Science Meets Parliament - a program where politicians team up with scientists; Analysis of the results of yesterday's midterm elections in the U-S; Couple planning coast-to-coast-to-coast trek across Canada; Peterborough plan to pair young farmers with more established ones; CBC reporter John-Paul Tasker discusses M.P. Tony Clement's revelations about sexting pictures and video; Author of 'No Place to Go: How...


Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday November 6, 2018

Reports of rising rates of alcohol abuse among women in Canada; Former Progressive Conservative staffer responds to reports of allegations of sexual misconduct by now former cabinet minister, Jim Wilson; Veteran Family Program assists in the transition from military to civilian life; Flood prevention; Humane Education a program which brings animals to schools is helping to improve some student's attendance and achievment.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday November 5, 2018

Bob McKeown of the fifth estate on Transport Canada and regulations regarding seat belts in commercial coach buses; Natalie Harris of Barrie has been nominated for a Premier's Award for her work helping paramedics and other first responders; Changes recommended to 9-1-1 service; Preview of U-S mid term elections; The CBC's Jackie Sharkey looks at the College of Trades, slated to be terminated by the province; Controversy over Statscan wanting banking data; Charity Intelligence recommends...


Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday November 2, 2018

CBC's Marketplace challenges the value of food sensitivity blood tests; New proposed rules and regulations for drones; Lakeridge Health in Oshawa takes a new approach to dealing with the opioid problem; The Brier curling championship is coming to Kingston in 2020; Democrat pundit from Buffalo talks about the upcoming midterms in the U-S; The O.H.L. and cannabis use; How sleep may be affected by the return to standard time.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday November 1, 2018

Study shows more and more teachers at colleges and university are precariously employed; CBC's Queen's Park reporter Mike Crawley discusses the province's anticipated welfare reforms; Helping seniors to 'come out' in Barrie; Award-winning teacher from Blue Water School Board; N.H.L. may adopt betting; Peter Lin talks about how all that sugar in Hallowe'en candies can affect our health; Samantha Nutt of War Child Canada re-releases her book 'Damned Nation'; The 'yes man' challenge.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday October 31, 2018

Dr. Sunita Venkateswaran talks about AFM acute flaccid myelitis a polio-like disease that has been affecting some children; Haydn Watters tells about 'scare actors'; A study from Heart and Stroke reveals the high number of ads for junk food targeting kids on social media; Scary books; Rob Benzie of the Toronto Star talks about yesterday's meeting between Conservative leader Andrew Scheer and Premier Doug Ford.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Tuesday October 30, 2018

Survey on the health effects of wind turbines is being conducted in Huron County; Family doctor Peter Lin explains how coffee may mitigate the effect of rosacea; 'Gab' a media platform similar to Twitter appealing to far-right interests has been shut in the aftermath of the shootings in Pittsburgh; Questionable wages and working conditions in Ontario horse stables; Personal liability for people overindulging in pot at a private get-together; Calls to stop the train whistle at some public...


Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday October 29, 2018

Tenneco will close in 2020 costing close to 500 jobs in Owen Sound; Reaction to the decision by Girl Guides to sell off all but one of their camps; Controversy over dress code in high school; If everyone were to try to eat the recommended amount of fruits and vegetables there would not be enough; The Ontario Cannabis Store is having a lot of problems getting pot to customers; The Sand and Pearl restaurant in Prince Edward County receives national ranking from 'EnRoute' magazine.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday October 26, 2018

Growing political tension in the U-S;Local medical officer of health comments on Napanee students' overdose on counterfeit Xanax; New docummentary exploring the possible hazards of herbicides 'Ground War'; New app to motivate people to act and buy eco-friendly Random Acts of Green; Labour shortage in Muskoka; New health and wellness centre for Innisfil.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday October 25, 2018

European Union votes to ban single-use plastics by 2021; Mike Crawley assess how the Liberals' Bill 148 on labour reform affected employment in the province; DNA tests designed to help determine the best medication; How an archaeologist thinks he can help control the rat population; Using stories to change the narrative on climate change; All female council elected in the township of Algonquin Highland in Haliburton county; Rising interest rates and personal debt.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday October 24, 2018

Advocate of voting reform talks about the success of the ranked ballot used in London for the municipal election; Study indicates that eating organic food could lower the risk of certain types of cancer; Town clerk of Collingwood explains how they dealt with the temporary breakdown of the online voting system during the municipal election; New Mayor of Cornwall; How concerns about climate change can affect mental and emotional well-being; Books by or about strong women; New provincial...


Ontario Morning Podcast - October 23, 2018

Migrant caravan making its way towards the U-S may be becoming a humanitarian crisis; Two soldiers who served at CFB Petawawa are competing in the Invictus Games in Sydney, Australia; Re-elected Mayors of Kingston and Barrie; Peterborough's new mayor; Election anaylsis from political scientist Jonathon Rose; Exercise and pregnancy.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Monday October 22, 2018

How is Canada's electoral process vulnerable to interference?; 100 business leaders send letter to the Premier in hopes of continuing the basic income project; Voter turnout; How legalization will enable more research in cannabis; Ontario Veterinary College is considering how to make euthanizing animals less traumatizing for both pet owners and veterinarians; CBC series 'Debt Nation'; Keeping Canada involved and competitive in space.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Friday October 19, 2018

Another invasive plant 'dog strangling vine'; Entire town council including the mayor of East Hawkesbury Township have been acclaimed; Home Movie Day held by the Trent Valley Archives in Peterborough; Nobel Prize Winner's daughter, Zawadi Mukwege; Reducing waste from takeout meals.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Thursday October 18, 2018

Federal government is proposing new rules to restrict the use of solitary confinement; Provincial politics analysis from Lydia Miljan; Canada Post labour-management dispute could lead to strike; Editor-In-Chief of the Canadian Medical Association Journal expresses reservations about the legalization of cannabis for recreational use; Preventing cervical cancer.


Ontario Morning Podcast - Wednesday October 17, 2018

Potential international markets for Canadian cannabis producers; The president of Canopy Growth of Smiths Falls in Newfoundland for the start of legal pot in Canada; Ontario Financial Accountability Officer Peter Weltman explains how the cancellation of cap and trade will cost the province $3 billion; An algorithm to calculate time remaining for people in end of life care; Mystery writer and birder Steve Burrows; The global influence of Saudi Arabia.