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The Morning Show with Mike Stafford and Supriya

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Mike Stafford and Supriya Dwivedi push beyond the headlines, providing a mix of informed opinion and compelling analysis listeners won’t find anywhere else. They’ll also be joined daily by the charismatic Jeff McArthur, co-host of The Morning Show on Global, for candid conversation on developing stories throughout the morning.

Mike Stafford and Supriya Dwivedi push beyond the headlines, providing a mix of informed opinion and compelling analysis listeners won’t find anywhere else. They’ll also be joined daily by the charismatic Jeff McArthur, co-host of The Morning Show on Global, for candid conversation on developing stories throughout the morning.
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Toronto, Canada

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Mike Stafford and Supriya Dwivedi push beyond the headlines, providing a mix of informed opinion and compelling analysis listeners won’t find anywhere else. They’ll also be joined daily by the charismatic Jeff McArthur, co-host of The Morning Show on Global, for candid conversation on developing stories throughout the morning.

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English


Episodes

Tim Hortons brings Kenyan hockey team to Canada

10/18/2018
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How did Tim Hortons pitch to bring a Kenyan hockey team to play with Sidney Crosby improve its brand? Or did it? Brand and Marketing Expert Mike Leon joined the Morning Show to talk about it

Duration:00:07:18

Paul Bernardo denied parole - Oct 18

10/18/2018
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It took less than 30 minutes to deny Paul Bernardo parole, but what kind of things did we learn from the hearing? Are the families being victimized again? Social Worker Gary Direnfeld joins the Morning Show to discuss.

Duration:00:06:45

The Morning Show - October 18th, 2018

10/18/2018
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Kristi Hendriks, wife of Oakland Athletics pitcher Liam Hendriks speaks out on cyber-bullying. Make Canada Great Again hats, Paul Bernardo has been denied parole, Antarctic ice sounds creepy, astronomers find a massive structure in the early universe, and how does an artificial moon sound? All this and more on today's Morning Show!

Duration:00:56:02

Jennifer Keesmaat in studio - Oct. 16

10/16/2018
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With the municipal election campaign winding down, mayoral candidate Jennifer Keesmaat stopped by The Morning Show to give her final pitch.

Duration:00:10:50

Mayor Tory in studio - Oct 16

10/16/2018
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With less than a week to go before the municipal election, Mayor John Tory stops in to talk about the campaign to this point.

Duration:00:13:37

Sustainable fashion

10/16/2018
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With a recent report on climate change calling for serious commitments to reverse the track we are on, many people are wondering. "what can i do?" Sustainability Expert Michelle Leslie weighs in on the fashion industry.

Duration:00:11:57

The Morning Show - October 15th, 2018

10/15/2018
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The fashion industry of sustainable clothing, a Jurassic Park marching band, smoking a joint and working out, birds aren't real, and Canadians are widely unaware of accomplishments of famous women. All this and more on today's Morning Show!

Duration:00:33:27

The Morning Show Podcast - October 9th, 2018

10/9/2018
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Jennifer Keesmaat wants to turn city golf courses into public spaces, Canadian kids don't know to play outside, dogs in the workplace, four day work week, and a cold pizza delivery. All this and more on today's Morning Show!

Duration:00:50:51

Are Canadian kids losing the ability to play?

10/9/2018
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A new study shows kids of this generation may not be capable of figuring out what to do when left to their own devices. Social worker Gary Direnfeld joins us to talk about it.

Duration:00:06:46

The Morning Show - October 3rd, 2018

10/3/2018
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Is it a tough time being a cop? Using jazz hands instead of clapping, Donna Strickland wins the Nobel prize, Conservative Senators are trying to stop the whale and dolphin bill from passing, and banning the display of vaping products to protect children. All this and more on today's Morning Show!

Duration:00:48:35

The Morning Show - October 2nd, 2018

10/2/2018
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Do violent video games make children violent? Kyrie Irving and the flat Earth, a Georgia football player has died after a hit to the head, a new Canadian cybersecurity cebtre is going to look at election interference threats, and racist dating apps. All this and more on today's Morning Show!

Duration:00:31:43

The Morning Show - September 27th, 2018

9/27/2018
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We waste a lot of food and it could become a huge environmental issue, bleach to stop manspreading, Pablo Escobar's escaped hippos, the Canadian military is going to allow beards, pilot fatigue is an issue that needs to be addressed, and apparently journalists are alcoholics with insomnia and bad diets.

Duration:00:56:38

HOW IS FOOD WASTE AFFECTING THE ENVIRONMENT

9/27/2018
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New numbers suggest we are wasting enough to food to feed 2 Billion people. How does it affect our environment? And can we ever expect to change things? Sustainability expert Michelle Leslie weighs in on the problem.

Duration:00:11:01

The Morning Show - September 26th, 2018

9/26/2018
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Could snoring cause a decrease in your rent? Canada's anti-abortion movement plans to swing next election, BC privacy officials looking into a breach involving bankrupt company, Canadians and the psychology of debt, and how bad is flu season going to be this year? All this and more on today's Morning Show!

Duration:00:37:29

THE PSYCHOLOGY OF DEBT

9/26/2018
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We've all felt what it feels like to own debt. But what else is behind it? Social worker Gary Direnfeld joined the morning show to talk about it.

Duration:00:07:14

BC and Ottawa officials looking into data breach at a bankrupt company

9/26/2018
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Data breaches are difficult to deal with at the best of times, but what if the company at the centre of it has gone bankrupt? David Shipley, CEO of Beauceron Security joins the Morning Show to discuss

Duration:00:06:52

The Morning Show - September 25th, 2018

9/25/2018
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Weight Watchers changes it's name, but to what? New word additions to Scrabble, a famous TV show cafe makes it way to Toronto, animals predicting weather, and how much money does 30 hours in a coffin get you? Spoiler alert. Not enough. All this and more on today's Morning Show!

Duration:00:32:47

Bladder Cancer Awareness Walk

9/21/2018
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Bladder Cancer is still one of the least talked about cancers, despite it being the 5th most common cancer in Canada. To help bring about awareness, Deanne Puder is leading the annual Bladder Cancer Awareness Walk. She joined the Morning Show to talk about why she is involved

Duration:00:09:15

The Morning Show - September 20th, 2018

9/20/2018
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The RCMP are using dummies to get drivers to slow down, Ticketmaster professional scalpers, York Regional Police plan to drop 20 million dollars once marijuana is legalized, plus our Thursday City Panel. All this and more on today's Morning Show!

Duration:00:50:51

New report says farming could be contributing to high levels of greenhouse gases

9/19/2018
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The new report points to European farms exceeding acceptable levels for greenhouse gases. Should farming be scaled back? Or are there other options? Sustainability Expert Michelle Leslie joined us to talk about it.

Duration:00:09:08