• Canada Border Services Agency looks back at 2023

    The CBSA is Canada’s first line of defence at 1,200 ports of entry and plays an important role in preventing dangerous goods and people from entering our communities. Sydney Kale, Acting Project Director in Windsor, CBSA joins us to discuss the year that was. 

  • Eating Disorders on the rise among teen boys in Canada

    An Ontario study has looked at the changing rate of children and adolescents with an eating disorder, the vast majority of which were girls, and found disorders among male children and teens is on the rise. CTV National News reporter Tony Grace joins us to discuss. 

  • Toronto being bailed out by the Ontario Government? What it means for taxpayers

    Toronto has a massive debt load and it looks like the Ontario government is going to bail them out. What does that mean for Ontario's taxpayers? Jay Goldberg is the Ontario Director of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation and joins us to talk about it. 

  • Robot vacuums - there may be a scary reality regarding autonomous vacuum cleaners spying on you

    ESET, a global leader in cybersecurity, recently published an article on its WeLiveSecurity blog about the risks smart technology could have on our privacy and, most importantly, what to do to protect yourself. Tony Anscombe, Chief Security Evangelist with ESET Canada joins us to talk about it. 

  • Mountain Bike Trails

    James Braakman, Windsor Essex Bike Community (WEBC) Director, joins Dan to talk about Phase 2 of the Libro Centre Mountain Bike Trails 

  • Your Relationship Questions Answered

    Maria DeRubeis, Relationship Expert, takes all your calls and texts about all things relationships and mental health related

  • Tuesday Roundtable

    Rino Bortolin, Jen Matotek and Mayor Crystal Meloche join Dan to discuss the news poll, short term rental regulation, whether or not animals belong in zoos, and more

  • Canadian Soccer Legend Christine Sinclair’s Final International Match

    Steve Vagnin, St. Clair Saints women’s soccer head coach, joins Mike and Lisa to talk about soccer superstar Christine Sinclair retiring from Team Canada after tonight's game

  • Driver Testing in Chatham

    Sanjay Maru, from CTV Windsor, joins Mike and Lisa to talk about Windsorites heading to Chatham for their driving test because of higher passing rates 

  • Mayor Dilkens

    Windsor Mayor Drew Dilkens joins Mike and Lisa to talk about EV charging stations in the city, ward meetings, and more

  • Ontario cracking down on puppy mills

    Ontario is introducing new legislation today in an effort to stop puppy mills, the first in a suite of animal protection measures it hopes to implement in the coming months.
    Solicitor General Michael Kerzner says Ontario will become the first province to introduce minimum penalties for those caught operating puppy mills. Melanie Coulter, Executive Director of the Windsor & Essex County Humane society joins us to talk about it.