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  • Dr. Zain Chagla with John Moore

    A new study authored by infectious disease expert Dr Zain Chagla found that essential workers and those living in poorer areas of the GTA took the brunt of the Delta wave. He breaks it down for Moore In The Morning. Dr Chagla would also like to highlight Ontario’s first monoclonal antibody therapy clinic at St Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton. 
  • Christine Dobby with John Moore

    What the heck is going on at Rogers? Toronto Star business reporter Christine Dobby has the latest for Moore In The Morning. 
  • October 19 - The Jamil Jivani Show - Hour 2

    Issuing a correction and the role of Money Laundering in our Real Estate market Obesity is triggered by brain chemistry, not willpower GUEST: Dr. Sean Wharton - co-author of the new Canadian Obesity Guidelines and medical director of the Wharton Medical Clinic Calls: Does this scientific research change how you think about willpower and obesity? A single vape session can harm immune cells in the body GUEST: Dr. Holly Middlekauff - a heart specialist at the University of California, Los Angeles 
  • October 19 - The Jamil Jivani Show - Hour 3

    Toronto Star and Margaret Atwood recognize there's a gender problem - Why can’t we say ‘woman’ anymore?   Weekly check-in with Jeff Charles GUEST: Jeff Charles - contributor at RedState.com Seinfeld Tuesdays with David Alexander and Philip Graham  GUEST: David Alexander and Philip Graham - friends of the show  Dumbest tweet of the day ​​​​
  • Movie Set Shooting; Fluting and Driving; Here's The Pitch; Stressful Age

    The latest from the Alec Baldwin shooting accident in which cinematographer Halyna Hutchins was killed - director admits he wasn’t sure if gun went through safety check. Jim plays audio from the amateur armourer and that of the 911 call from the scene. Driver in Burlington caught playing flute with both hands, police say. Jim has a bit of fun with this story including the admission that he had a popular flautist album as a kid. Topic pitches from you the listener. Jim reads through some of the ideas we have received from the past week, on topics the Showgram should talk about. A study shows that the early thirties are a person's most stressful time in life. What age do you think was most stressful for you?  
  • David Cooper: Scary Halloween Stories

    David Cooper and Jim Richards share harrowing tales of past Halloweens!
  • 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 Mike Kakuk, Morning show host on CKLW AM800 in Windsor ON, and Ryan Price, News Director & afternoon drive host on CFAX 1070 in Victoria BC. Topics:  The federal government has announced it will spend $7.4 billion dollars for new pandemic support as several existing support programs for individuals and businesses come to an end this weekend. Is this what Canada needs? What did you make of Ontario Premier Doug Ford’s comments about immigration? The Ontario Liberals say they will explore a four-day workweek if elected in 2022. Are you for or against four-day workweeks? Newfoundland and Labrador will implement a soft drink tax in 2022 — Canada’s first. Is this a good idea?
  • Canada unveils details of an international vaccine passport

    Evan Solomon breaks down Canada’s announcement on international vaccines passports, and the end of some support for individuals and businesses and the extension and creation of others.   On today's show:  Mark Agnew with The Canadian Chamber of Commerce on the government announcing targeted COVID-19 support measures to create jobs and growth. We play Evan’s full interview with Newfoundland and Labrador Premier Andrew Furey on his province’s soft drink tax. Ken Jenkins, former Washington running back, on the NFL agreeing to end race-based brain testing in $1B settlement. Kuljinder Singh and Arvindjeet Singh on how they created a makeshift rope out of their turbans to save stranded hikers.  Glen McGregor, CTV National News Senior Political Correspondent on his story investigating a Canadian racing driver and Instagram influencer accused of 'massive fraudulent' scheme. Jennifer Scott, a gig worker and President of Gig Workers United on Uber drivers pressuring the Ontario government for employee status.
  • Firing employees for being non- vaccinated.

    The biggest question in everyone's' mind is whether employers, who perform what they view as their public duty and adopt mandatory vaccination policies, can then fire those employees who refuse to vaccinate or confirm that they have been vaccinated, for cause, without severance.  GUEST: Howard Levitt. Canada’s Top Employment Lawyer. Levitt Sheikh.
  • Touchdowns and Fumbles- October 22nd

    Guest: Bob Reid, Veteran Communications Specialist.

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