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Detailed FAQ to help you navigate the COVID-19 pandemic
Your COVID-19 employment questions answeredHoward Levitt, Toronto employment lawyer and host of Employment Law on NEWSTALK 1010 answers your questions about how COVID-19 will affect your work and EI
Deferrals, credit scores and interest rates: Q and A on mortgages during COVID19Canada’s big banks are now offering payment deferrals on mortgages, which could still have large consequences for homeowners
Now hiring: Employment resourcesA list of businesses who are hiring during the pandemic
AstraZeneca doses from US expected in Canada by the end of March: Procurement minister"We will receive 1.5 million doses of the AstraZeneca vaccine from the United States within the next week or two."
St. Patrick's Day revellers urged to follow public health guidelinesThe main concern is that gatherings and celebrations could turn into COVID-19 super-spreader events.
Three mass vaccination clinics open in Toronto todayThe Metro Toronto Convention Centre, the Scarborough Town Centre, and the Toronto Congress Centre are all scheduled to open at 11:00 a.m. today.
CMHA urges province to prioritize mental health sector in next budgetThe request comes as a new poll suggests the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic has eroded residents' already fragile emotional well-being.
Ontario's vaccine booking system launches today for those aged 80 and upQualifying residents can visit the online portal or call a hotline to book their appointment.
Canada to mark national day of observance to commemorate those who died of COVID-19The government has asked Canadians to think about those whose lives were claimed by the novel coronavirus, as well as the health-care and other essential workers who have been on the front lines.
COVID-19 investigation could impact Brampton TransitOfficials in Peel say due to an active community COVID-19 investigation, service levels for transit in Brampton will be impacted.
First shipment of AstraZeneca vaccine arrives amid confusion over its use for seniorsCanada is to receive 500,000 doses of the vaccine, the third approved for use in Canada, from the Serum Institute of India.
Tuesday May 30 Hour 1 – Jim Has Issues | The Rundown | Deep Dive
Jim Richards has some issues but crack isn’t one of them.
On the Rundown, Brayden Akers and Reshmi Nair debate, York Catholic School Board voting against flying the #Pride Flag.
Thomas Mulcair, CTV political commentator and former leader of the federal NDP, joins the Deep Dive discusses his thoughts on David Johnston and why he should leave graciously while he still can
Monday May 29 Hour 4 – YCDSB Pride Flag Meeting | Slow News Day
We go live to the YCDSB meeting as trustees decide whether to raise Pride flag.
Florida edition of slow news day with producer Tony.
Monday May 29 Hour 2 – Stoney Creek Shooting | Stellantis | Bass Hates
Chris Lewis - CTV Public Safety Analyst and former commissioner of the OPP joins to talk about a Police officer and school bus driver both die after collision near Woodstock. Also a look at the Engaged couple shot dead fleeing landlord after house dispute near Hamilton, Ont.
Stellantis makes counter-offer to Ottawa to salvage EV battery plant deal – We are joined by Greg Layson, Digital and Mobile Editor of Automotive News Canada who gives us eye level explanation on what is holding up the deal.
Monday May 29 Hour 3 – Big Tobacco | More Jim Issues | MenTELL Health
Health groups say Provinces must seek anti-smoking measures in Big Tobacco settlement. We are joined by Senior Policy Analyst at Canadian Cancer Society, Rob Cunningham
Jim Richards has some issues with his credit card.
Three guys talking about Therapy on MenTELL Health. Joining Jim today, Dale Curd - is a certified executive coach with two decades of experience working with men and women and the former host of CBC’s Hello Goodbye. Co-Author of Living Lightly: Bring Happiness and Calm to Your Everyday, published by Harper Collins, is in stores now!
Jon Carson - is a former police officer who pioneered Mindfulness Based Resiliency programs in North America's emergency service culture, which have helped workers navigate mental health stressors.
Monday May 29 Hour 1 - Jim Issues | The Rundown | Deep Dive
Jim Richards has some issues and he is going to tell you about them!
Body cameras for referees rolling out on Ontario soccer fields to stop aggressive abuse. This an more on the Rundown with Mike Kakuk and Laura Babcock.
Lori Williams, Associate Professor, Mount Royal University, and she talks to us as Albertans head to polls in what's expected to be very close election between UCP, NDP
Friday May 26 Hour 4 – Does Richard Crouse Like These Movies | Slow News Day
Find out how Richard Crouse, CTV’s movie critic, rated these movies you can watch this weekend. NEWSTALK Tonight crew takes a guess, and you can play along. On Slow News Day with producer Tony we visit at story about a dog that can talk.
Friday May 26 Hour 3 – ChatGPT Privacy | Cash Stuffing | The Feels | Streaming This Week
More Canadian privacy authorities investigating ChatGPT's use of personal information. We talk to Daniel Tsai - Law & Tech Professor TMU
Jessica Moorhouse, Money Expert, Speaker & Host of the More Money Podcast joins us to talk about why Gen Z is ditching credit cards for 'cash stuffing' in '90s throwback.
On the Feels it’s the feel good stories of the week? Jim tries to make the crew cry.
Streaming This Week with TV Critic Amber Dowling – find out what you can watch on your favourite online service, this weekend
Friday May 26 Hour 2 – Train of Thoughts | Migrant Integration | Laura Fixes Everything
We take a ride on the rails within Jim’s Train of Thoughts – the race continues…
Is running through cemeteries wrong? We take your calls.
Anna Triandafyllidou is the Canada Excellence Research Chair in Migration and Integration and she joins the show to discuss a 7-year program hopes to find out how migrants will integrate into Canadian society.
Laura Fixes Everything. Comms expert Laura Babcock helps us manage a few crisis in the news this past week.
COVID-19: THE FACTS
Your questions answered
Reshmi Nair, host of "Outbreak: The Facts and Fiction of the Coronavirus" asks Dan Riskin, Bell Media science expert and Dr. Isaac Bogoch, Infectious disease physician at Toronto General Hospital YOUR questions about COVID-19