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  • John Moore Round Two- December 6th

    Guests: NEWSTALK 1010’s Jamil Jivani, Deb Hutton, former senior advisor to two premiers and now a communications advisor and SVP of the Toronto Region Board of Trade, Lindsay Broadhead.
  • John Moore Round One- December 6th

    Guests: Mi'kmaq lawyer, professor, and activist Dr. Pamela Palmater, John Tory Jr.  and National Post columnist Matt Gurney.
  • The Small Things That Bring You Joy

    David Cooper is hosting the Late Showgram this week. Follow David on Twitter @DTCooper. No, David didn't beg me to put this here (yes he did). Producer Tony was just being thoughtful (help, I am being held hostage). Today's call in topic is about Joy. Tell us about the things that bring you joy. Silly, stupid, unremarkable, profound. What are they? We want to hear about them!  
  • Couples Therapy; Home Alone AirBnB; Disaster Wedding

    Social worker and expert in marital and family therapy Gary Direnfeld on with David Cooper and his partner Miranda; doing couple's counselling. This is "Therapy Thursdays" on a Monday. The house from the movie Home Alone is on Airbnb. Learn how to book it on your vacation with  Airbnb spokesperson Liz DeBold Fusco We talk to the most Unfortunate Bride Hollee Darnell who passed out, vomited on her groom and got pooped on during a disaster wedding.
  • Canada honours victims of École Polytechnique massacre on 32nd anniversary

    Evan Solomon speaks with Nathalie Provost, who was shot four times when a gunman stormed École Polytechnique in 1989 — widely believed to be Canada's largest mass shooting specifically targeting women. On today's show:  We play Evan’s full interview with Evan Siddall, former CEO of the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, on whether Canada is in a housing bubble. Dick Pound, longtime member of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) and former Canadian Olympian, on the U.S announcing a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing Olympics. Nathalie Provost, survivor of the École Polytechnique massacre.  Dan Riskin, CTV science and technology specialist, on how one out of every 15 points of light in the sky will soon be a satellite.
  • Free For All Friday

    Free For All Friday, hosted by Amanda Galbraith, features top talent from across the iHeart radio talk network. Hosts from all over the country join the roundtable to discuss the five biggest stories of the week. This week's show features panelists Karl Dockstader, co-host of One Dish One Mic which airs in St. Catherine’s, London and Windsor on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., and Elias Makos, host of The Elias Makos Show which airs on CJAD in Montreal from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m. Topics:  Do you agree with the travel bans Canada has implemented? Barbados just got rid of the Queen — should Canada follow suit? Nanos is seeing a 'cocktail of pessimism' driving down Canadians' perception of future living standards. Are you optimistic for the future? If you were snowed in at a bar for three days with a cover band, which band would you want it to be? What’s your stance on real versus fake Christmas trees?

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