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The Chach Report

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, Nicole Royle talks with Paul Dowsett, a sustainable architect who has concerns about the City of Toronto’s new plan to charge homeowners more for managing stormwater; Anna Boyes finds out why cultural appropriation at this summer’s music festivals is sounding a sour note; and Michael Chachura interviews Jane Lytvynenko of Buzzfeed about how to protect yourself while using Snapchat. [ See more » ]

Where it Came From

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, Ali Naqvi speaks with Toronto Maple Leafs official DJ Cale Granton as he prepares to run the party for fans watching Game 4 of the playoffs; Melissa Stephenson learns more about the Toronto Public Library’s Seasonal Affective Disorder therapy project; and Vineeta Patel delves into homelessness impacting LGBTQ youth in Toronto. [ See more » ]

We’ve Got the Frequency Kenneth

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, the hosts take a look at a new website to combat fake news and let young university graduates tell their own stories: it’s called The Blank Page; Alexa Battler interviews Krystin Wallace, a veterinary technician at Morningside Pet Hospital about the controversial practice of declawing cats; Sarah Bhola talks to a high school student suffering from depression about the 13 Reasons Why TV Series, and Lea Sheffield heads to an art show by Centennial College students. [ See more » ]

The Hour

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, the hosts take a look at the new City of Toronto bylaw cracking down on bad landlords. Tina speaks with Robi Hamilton, of 1501 Woodbine Ave. in East York, who has campaigned for better living conditions for tenants in her building; Marjan speaks with Brent Merrill, the CEO of Metcap, one of the largest rental companies in the city; and Cellie speaks with some tenants at 104 Goodwood Park, also in East York, about why they want to move out. [ See more » ]

JFM The Happenings Show

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, the hosts take a look at city councilor Gord Perks’ reaction to the Toronto 2017 budget; Melissa Jones’ tells us why she founded Syrian Welcome Dinner; and Jon Pardy, who won Big Brother Canada 2, tells us what it was like receiving all the media attention. [ See more » ]

The Real Talks Show

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, the hosts take a look at “whitewashing” in Hollywood with Brandon Sooknanan, founder of Geeks of Color; at the rise of hate crimes in Toronto with Zeeshan Ali, a provincial offences officer with the TTC; and hear how the election of Donald Trump as U.S. President impacted Gabriel Ephard, an American citizen living in Toronto. [ See more » ]

Beyond the Buzzer

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, Sammy Abdo speaks with Dwayne Brown and Joseph Smith about their program Generation Chosen and how they are using basketball to give black youth a different set of life skills; Zach Bodenstein talks with physiotherapist Carolyn Emery about how sports can do a better job of preventing head injuries for young players; and Ryan Orlecki sits down with Conor Ross of IRIS Technologies: he’s the inventor of a new piece of equipment that helps concussion patients use their computers without getting headaches. [ See more » ]

The 360

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, the hosts take a look at the Conservative Party of Canada’s leadership race and Ahmed interviews candidate Michael Chong; Emilie speaks with Dr. Robert Levitan about Seasonal Affective Disorder and what to watch for; and Nicole Reis interviews Catherine Kamel, a psychotherapist from Toronto to explain why some people in the dating scene like to “cushion” their relationships. [ See more » ]

The East York Musketeers

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, the hosts take a look at the return of Tuberculosis with Dr. Elizabeth Rea of Toronto Public Health; the struggle to cope with bed bugs in Toronto is top of mind for Septina Smith, the creator of a Facebook support group; and musician Connor Atkinson, who is also a student at Centennial Journalism, shares his experiences about being interviewed when playing with his band. [ See more » ]

News at Noon Thirty

After a quick round up of breaking news, sports and entertainment, the hosts take a look at shopping addictions with psychologist April Benson; author and CBC journalist John Chipman tells us more about his new book Death in the Family, where nearly two dozen families were wrongfully convicted of killing their children; and CBC Radio show host Tom Power, of Q, talks about his first year in the morning gig. [ See more » ]