Kara is joined by Jamie Frand, a registered nurse and EMT, to talk about the best strategy for kids to brush their teeth.
Kara talks with Toronto's top Employment Lawyer Howard Levitt about Cherry stepping down the employment side of the whole situation
Another overdose at the SW Detention Centre... How are drugs getting in? What are other jails doing about it? Also the union is claiming it’s because they need to hire more people. Chris speaks with Ed Prutschi, Chief legal analyst for Bell Media.
Are you on board with robot judges and jurors? New artificial intelligence will be able to do this in the future... Does this make the system a level playing field? Will this take bias out of sentences and verdicts?
One-fourth of all high school students report having recently used e-cigarettes. How should we deal with this Epidemic? Who should be responsible? Chris is joined by Dr. Brent Macdonald, Lead Psychologist with MacDonald Psychological Services to discuss the issue.
Kara was sparring with one of her fighters down in Venice Beach, and a couple of livestreamers weren't very well versed in who she was!
Guest host Chris Tolmie speaks with Gary Rossi, Vice President of Water Operations at ENWIN, about the lead levels in our water. Does this study concern you? Do you drink tap water? Should our standards be higher?
Kara is speaks with Dr. Ivan Misner, founder of BNI.com, the world’s largest networking organization, and coauthor of Who's in Your Room? The Secret To Creating Your Best Life, about tips on saying no without feeling bad about it.
Another dog attack in Windsor dog park, Chris is joined in studio by dog owner, Joanne, to talk dog park etiquette.
Guest host Chris Tolmie speaks with Bonnie Verbeek, who is connected to Platinum Produce in Chatham-Kent, about how there aren't many options to buy local produce at local grocery stores.
Guest host, Chris Tolmie speaks with Dr. Ahmed, the Medical Officer of Health, from the Windsor-Essex Health Unit about flu shots and why you should get them.
A couple of Universities including Oxford has banned clapping because it 'triggers' some people