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  • Dave Trafford for Moore Round Two- August 3rd

    Guests: Knia Singh, Toronto lawyer and NEWSTALK 1010 pundit, Executive Vice President, Maru Public Opinion‎ John Wright, Anne Lagace Dowson from CJAD in Montreal and Melissa Lantsman with Enterprise.
  • Canadian Music T-Shirt Day.

    Aaron Verdonk, drummer from the Juno-nominated pop band Stereos from Edmonton tells Moore In The Morning about the first annual Canadian Music T-Shirt Day, a new campaign encourages fans to show love to their favourite artists, buy merch and donate to charity.
  • July 30 - The Jamil Jivani Show - Hour 3

    Weekly Wrapup with Zain Velji  GUEST:  Zain Velji - Political commentator  & Union advocates rally in New York to support striking Alabama coalminers & The phone calls that changed your life  & TV week wraps up - what TV show would you bring back? 
  • The Jamil Jivani Show - July 30 - Hour 1

    Phony of the Week: People who criticize Simone Biles  & Vancouver still suffering fallout from 'students' buying mansions  & Real World Panel live auditions 
  • Alberta plans to remove almost all COVID-19 rules, including isolation

    Guest host Zain Velji discusses Alberta's plan to remove almost all COVID-19 restrictions by mid-August.  On today's show:  Reverend Michael Coren, Anglican cleric, author and columnist, discusses comments made by a Catholic priest on residential schools.   Stephen Carter, campaign strategist, and Corey Hogan, communications strategist, talk about Alberta's plan to remove almost all COVID-19 restrictions.  David Zitzerman, partner and head of the entertainment law group at Goodmans LLP, breaks down the details of a Canadian's copyright lawsuit against Disney and Pixar. Justin Ling, freelance investigative journalist, shares leaked documents on possible vaccine passport plans. 
  • Fully vaccinated Canadians excluded from U.K. quarantine exception

    Guest host Zain Velji discusses how Canada got left out of the U.K.'s new quarantine exemptions.  On today's show:   We discuss why sponsors are being criticized by U.S. lawmakers over the Beijing Olympics.  Chris Aylward, national president of Public Service Alliance of Canada, discusses the possible border workers strike.  Listeners' thoughts on the new PBO report on the federal deficit.  Michael Castner, morning national news anchor for NBC news radio, shares the latest updates on the Capitol insurrection hearing. 

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