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  • Brade Gates with John Moore

    Toronto has seen a spike in residents being bitten or scratched by raccoons amid COVID-19 pandemic. Brad Gates, owner of Gates Wildlife Control, explains to Moore In The Morning what’s happening.
  • Camille Labchuk with John Moore

    Hamilton’s Africa Lion Safari has been ranked the #1 WORST zoo for elephants in North America. Camille Labchuk, Animal lawyer & executive director of Animal Justice explains the recently released report to Moore In The Morning.
  • Mar 3 - The Jamil Jivani Show - Hour 2

    INDIGENOUS LEADERS STEP-UP, BUT WHERE IS THE APPLAUSE FROM ENVIRONMENTALISTS?  GUEST: Chris Sankey - senior fellow at the Macdonald-Laurier Institute & House prices are going bonkers again. Where is the outrage?  GUESTS: Trevor Mayoh - Political commentator and guy who just wants to own a home! 
  • Mar 3 - The Jamil Jivani Show - Hour 3

    Toronto's gutless progressive NIMBYism exalts parking lot over helping the poor​ GUEST: Ginny Roth - National Post contributor and National Practice Lead for Government Relations at Crestview Strategy & Rant - AN ONTARIO ZOO HAS OFFICIALLY BEEN NAMED THE WORST IN ALL OF NORTH AMERICA FOR ITS TREATMENT OF ELEPHANTS &​ Best audio of the night: Plastic surgeon shows up on camera while operating on someone during his court appearance ​
  • Are the provinces ready to handle the surge in vaccine deliveries?

    Evan Solomon discusses the provinces' COVID-19 vaccination plans.   On today's show:  We play Evan's full interview Nova Scotia Premier Iain Rankin on the province's COVID-19 vaccine rollout. André Picard, health reporter and columnist for The Globe and Mail, talks about his new book, Neglected No More: The Urgent Need to Improve the Lives of Canada's Elders in the Wake of a Pandemic.  Evan discusses a press conference held in China and the Ambassador's denial of allegations of genocide.  We discuss the possibility of a pandemic federal election.  Elwood Delaney, whose grandmother Dorothy Sewell was killed in the van attack, reacts to the guilty verdict.  We hear listeners' thoughts on students completing final exams during the pandemic. 
  • 2020 worst year on record for Canada's economy

    Evan Solomon discusses the latest StatCan data showing 2020 was the worst year on record for Canada's economy.  On today's show:  Dr. Brian Conway, infectious diseases specialist and medical director of Vancouver Infectious Diseases Centre, discusses B.C.'s decision to delay the second vaccine dose by four months. Amanda Lang, BNN Bloomberg anchor, talks about the latest StatCan data and the government's pandemic programs.  Matthew Bamsey, senior engineer and project manager at the Canadian Space Agency, explains the CSA's Deep Space Food Challenge.  We take texts and calls on vaccine passports.  Philip Nel, Kansas State University distinguished professor in children’s literature, talks about the decision to stop publishing six of Dr. Seuss' books due to racial undertones. 

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