Quiz-master Larry asks panelists questions based mostly on the news of the past week! There are no winners and there are no losers!
Larry and the panel talk about the stories of the day.
The City of St. Catharines has performed nearly 1,500 water tests to check for lead in residential taps in the past decade, with less than two per cent exceeding provincial limits. Larry talks to Mark Green City of St. Catharines’ Manager of Environmental Services
Not very many television shows can claim that they have helped millions of children. But Sesame Street can. Larry talks to Phillip Levine, economist, coauthor of “Early Childhood Education by Television: Lessons from Sesame Street”
A new report released Thursday by the Canadian Institute for Health Information says more than 550 objects have been unintentionally left in Canadian medical and surgery patients between 2016 and 2018, and the problem appears to be getting worse. Larry talks to Tracy Johnson Director of Health System Analysis and Reporting and Emerging Issues at CIHI.
Larry features some of the day's top news audio