The Goods with Dahlia Kurtz

Dahlia Kurtz

NEWSTALK 580 CFRA wakes you up on the weekends with its all-new morning show “The Goods with Dahlia Kurtz”.

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  • Hour 4 of The Goods from Sun. November 17th, 2019

    Kristy Cameron fills in for Dahlia Kurtz in this edition of The Goods. Vancouver actress Janet Walmsley had 17-thousand dollars stolen from her bank account, but she doesn’t know exactly how it happened. Plus, we find out how workplace mental health programs could have a positive impact on a company’s bottom line.

  • Hour 3 of The Goods from Sun. November 17th, 2019

    Kristy Cameron fills in for Dahlia Kurtz in this edition of The Goods. Should Ron MacLean be ousted from Hockey Night In Canada? Kate Harrison and Greg Weston tackle that, and LRT issues, at 9:35. Plus, a Wendy’s training video is sure to take you back to the 1980’s.

  • Hour 2 of The Goods from Sun. November 17th, 2019

    Kristy Cameron fills in for Dahlia Kurtz in this edition of The Goods. At 8:05, we try to add some light humour to light rail with the creator of Occasional Transport. Plus, the recent floods take center stage at the Ottawa Adventure Film Festival.

  • Hour 1 of The Goods from Sun. November 17th, 2019

    Kristy Cameron fills in for Dahlia Kurtz in this edition of The Goods. In the AM Eye Opener, we break down the first Hockey Night In Canada without Don Cherry. At 7:35, River Ward councilor Riley Brockington supports the idea of added buses from other municipalities. However, a lot of other questions remain unanswered.

  • Hour 4 of The Goods - November 16, 2019

    In Hour 4 of The Goods, Dahlia is joined by Councillor Shawn Menard to get an update on how the council is looking to combat the homeless crisis in Ottawa.

  • Hour 3 of The Goods - November 16, 2019

    In Hour 3 of The Goods, Dahlia gets you up to date on calls for a state of emergency due to homelessness in Toronto, and Jada Watson, Adjunct professor at the University of Ottawa, discusses how she discovered a considerable a gender inequity in music.

  • Hour 2 of The Goods - November 16, 2019

    In Hour 2 of The Goods, Dahlia introduces you to Canada's first paramedic dog, and two journalism students at Carleton University join the show to discuss how Ford cuts are affecting their radio station.

  • Hour 1 of The Goods - November 16, 2019

    In Hour 1 of The Goods, Dahlia gets you up to date on calls for Toronto Mayor John Tory to declare a state of emergency and a major slump in Canada's cannabis industry, and we take your calls on what Ottawa should do to fix the homelessness problem.

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