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  • Federal Budget Reaction with John Moore

    What do Moore In The Morning pundits think of the newly released federal budget? We ask Brett House, Vice-President and Deputy Chief Economist at Scotiabank; Former Federal NDP leader Thomas Mulcair; and personal finance commentator, and the Founder of MoneyGaps, Preet Banerjee
  • NDP Jagmeet Singh with John Moore

    NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh wants Prime Minister Justin Trudeau to consider invoke federal powers given the dire pandemic outlook in Ontario. He joined Moore In The Morning to explain, plus discuss his thoughts on the Liberals budget.
  • Apr 19 - The Jamil Jivani Show - Hour 3

    Rant: Trudeau minister says internet censorship bill will make Canadians 'safer' & How Vaccine Hunters is helping Canadian get the vaccines they need GUEST: Josh Kilpin - Vaccine Hunters Canada & Is this new Super League the end of the world's biggest sporting event as we know it? Is this a huge deal? GUEST: Ryan Doyle - Co-host of The Rush, 2pm-6pm on Newstalk 1010 & Best audio of the night: The best of people waking up from dental surgery
  • Apr 19 - The Jamil Jivani Show - Hour 2

    The Biden Report for April 19, 2021 & Rant - John Oliver straight up tells people they should take to the streets and Joe Biden's pleas for peace are just "conformity" what are you asking, John? & Budget Breakdown Panel  GUESTS: Trevor Mayoh (Political commentator) & Sarah Letersky (VP, Rubicon Strategy)
  • Vaccine Stories, experiences, side effects and Ed Keenan is in Minnesota

    Jim is a baby about his COVID vaccine side effects Did any else have side effects? Your calls to the show  Ed Keenan, Toronto Star columnist and Washington Bureau Chief joins the show to describe the scene in Minnesota tonight as we await the verdict in the Derek Chauvin trial over the death of George Floyd.
  • Jim Vs the News, and Intern David Cooper vs the Vaccine - Yep More Crying!

    Jim Vs The News! Showgram Intern David Cooper - on the show to discuss his vaccine side-effects including a having a high temperature of 10000000005 °F (I think he's exaggerating). Your texts on your body temperature right now (thankfully no one told us where they were putting the thermometer. David Cooper's pizza gets ruined.   
  • Federal government releases historic budget

    Evan Solomon brings you the latest news you need to know on the federal government's first budget in two years, which will focus on pandemic recovery.   On today's show:  Goldy Hyder, President and CEO of the Business Council of Canada, weighs-in on the federal budget. Scott Reid, CTV News political commentator and former communications director for Prime Minister Paul Martin, and Lisa Raitt, former MP and deputy leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, discuss the federal budget.   Dr. Isaac Bogoch, infectious diseases physician at the Toronto General Hospital and a member of Ontario’s COVID-19 vaccine task force, shares his thoughts the new COVID-19 restrictions in Ontario.  
  • 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 panelists are Dan MacDonald, host of the Dan MacDonald Show on AM800 in Windsor, Ontario, and Ryan Price, news director and afternoon drive host on CFAX 1070 in Victoria, B.C.  Topics:  The calls for interprovincial travel restrictions.  Conservative Leader Erin O'Toole releases climate plan.   B.C. lawyers' association refuses to cancel 'damaging' women's fashion seminar.  Government house leader calls for investigation after someone leaks a photo of a Liberal MP nude in virtual Parliament.   Canada's Olympic jackets draw online outrage. 
  • Ford Govt walks back their playground closure (& police powers). All good?

    Guest: Amanda Galbraith. Principal with Navigator. IHeart Radio Contributor.
  • Science Monday- April 19th

    Guest: Dan Riskin- Newstalk 1010 Science Correspondent. School closures are hurting kids. A study from the Netherlands comparing primary school kids’ (8-11 year old) scores on standardized tests after lockdown to kids scored in the three years prior (without lockdown) shows that kids fell well behind as the result of remote schooling. Total sample size ~350,000 kids. And the Netherlands had a short lockdown (eight weeks). Grades dropped about 3% - the equivalent of missing about a fifth of a school year (which is about how long schools were closed). But losses weren’t evenly shared across society. They were greatest (60% larger) for lower income students compared to high-income students.

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