The Supreme Court of Canada is set to start to hear a case today brought by Uber with potentially significant implications for the gig economy. Larry talks to Fawn Annan President and CEO of ITWC.
As demand for data analytics skills continues to grow in a number of sectors, a new case competition is allowing students to flex their muscles in the field. Larry talks to Political Science and History student at Brock University Nour Hage.
Instead of cleaning them up, the Nature Conservancy of Canada has recommended people leave a layer or two of leaves on the ground until spring as “a small act of nature conservation that can support backyard biodiversity.” Larry talks to National Media Relations Manager with the Nature Conservancy of Canada Jessica Panetta.
Larry features some of the day's top news audio.
Tiger Woods has been branded a "pathological narcissist" in a bombshell book that claims the millionaire golfer was so tight with his money he paid his coach just $50,000-a-year. Larry talks to author Curt Sampson.
Vancouver approves motion to stop sale of fireworks. Larry talks with Vancouver City Councillor Pete fry