• Three-in-Ten Canadians 'Struggling' to Get By

    Inflation has proven a difficult for the Bank of Canada to defeat. After the central bank paused for two rate cycles, economists are speculating that a rate hike may be forthcoming as soon as this week after higher-than-expected inflation numbers in May and economic growth in the first quarter of 2023. BDO VP, Paul Ihnatiuk joins us to talk about the study. 

  • Goodlife Teen Fitness Summer Program Returns

    For the 13th year, GoodLife Fitness will open its doors to teens (aged 12-17) across Canada for free this summer as part of the GoodLife Teen Fitness program. More teens are embracing fitness in their spare time for the social connection, to take care of their physical and mental health and to invest in their favourite sports. Tracy Matthews, VP of Experience and Safety, GoodLife Fitness joins us to talk about the program. 

  • Westjet Pilot Wage Hike Effect on Cheap Air Fare

    The new WestJet agreement could mean the end of budget travel. Just recently, an agreement was made with WestJet pilots for a 24% pay raise over four years. This pay raise will not only affect prices with the WestJet airline, but it could mean the end of budget travel. Omar Kaywan, co-founder and Chief Growth Officer at Goose Insurance and a travel expert, joins us with more. 

  • EV Arrow in Windsor

    An opportunity for the local automotive and business community to take in Canada's first zero-emission concept vehicle. The Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association (APMA) presented Project Arrow in-person at the Invest WindsorEssex Automobility and Innovation Centre on Monday morning. APMA president Flavio Volpe joins us to talk about it.

  • Hormone Treatment Study

    Hormone patches or creams for menopause symptoms may have lower blood pressure risk than pills. A new Canadian study suggests that for women using hormone therapy to relieve menopause symptoms, patches or creams may be safer than pills. Dr. Mitch Shulman, Montreal based emergency medical specialist and assistant professor in department of emergency medicine at McGill University joins us to talk more about it. 

  • Your Parenting Questions Answered

    Sarah Rosensweet from Peaceful Parenting takes all your calls and texts!

  • Paul Bernardo Moved to Medium Security Prison

    Boris Bytensky, Criminal Lawyer explains the difference between Maximum and Medium Security Prison and What rights Paul Bernardo has in regards to privacy

  • Pride Flag Protests at Multiple Local Schools Last Week

    Local President of the Greater Essex ETFO Mario Spagnolo explains why they choose to fly the Pride Flag.

  • Monday Roundtable

    Jon Liedke and Megan Ball Rigden discussing AM800 News Poll, Pride Flag Protest and More!

  • Make Downtown Great Again: Safety and Security

    Chris McLeod, DWBIA Chair, joins Mike and Lisa to talk about making safety and security a priority for downtown Windsor

  • Mosquitoes

    Mike and Lisa talk about increase in mosquitoes across the country and what you can do to avoid them