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The Mortgage Show

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“The Mortgage Show” is a highly-successful home financing program heard Sundays at 3 pm on CKNW AM 980. Featuring long-time host Angela Calla, a Mortgage Broker with Dominion Lending Centres, “The Mortgage Show” takes the fear out of financing and details how mortgage consumers can improve their monthly cash flow.
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Dollars and Sense is a weekly radio show that discusses money matters related to debt and how of manage it. It also discusses the many topics related to solid financial planning, credit, and creditors. The show features licensed insolvency trustee Blair Mantin and is hosted by Elaine Scollan.
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Legal Expert: Lior Samfiru Legal information and call-in show, specifically dealing with employment law issues. Discussing aspects of termination of employment, and what people need to know if they lost their job or on the verge of losing their job. We will also be addressing other topics, anything from overtime and hours of work, to drug testing in the workplace.
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The App Show

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App Show Canada’s friendliest tech expert Mike Agerbo is expanding his radio presence with The App Show, which rates the latest apps and unlocks software secrets for smartphones, tablets, TVs and more.
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Roy Green Show

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Roy Green’s resume is outstanding. He is a three time consecutive winner of the Canadian Association of Broadcasters national Gold Ribbon award, Canada’s most prestigious broadcast award. Listeners need not read his resume to know that Roy is a passionate advocate for the average Canadian, with an unshakable desire for justice and a deep and abiding love for his country. No wonder Roy’s show has been cited by Canada’s parliamentary newspaper as required listening for federal politicians. You ...
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Hosted by Martin Strong, Vancouver Consumer introduces you to local products and services. We’ll share our experiences, tips, reviews, and recommendations. Tune in on Saturdays from 2pm - 4pm as we investigate all sorts of industries, including real estate, finance, travel, retail, and more.
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Every weeknight, you can count on A Little More Conversation with Ben O’Hara-Byrne to feature compelling stories, diverse viewpoints, thoughtful questions, and frank conversations on topics that matter to all Canadians. From politics to public health, diplomacy to discrimination, affordability to artificial intelligence, and the environment to entertainment, the show will deliver a fresh approach to current affairs from a genuinely Canadian perspective. Who is Ben O’Hara-Byrne? Currently the ...
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This Is Why

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We live in a confusing world… so if you’ve ever stopped and asked yourself WHY something matters, we’re here to help. Every week Adam Toy and Dave McIvor will ask one big question and uncover the answer to help you truly understand what’s going on around you. They'll try to get to the bottom of the issue by chatting with experts, journalists and even folks directly involved. They may not have all the answers to climate change, world politics or the economy BUT you can join them on this weekl ...
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Donny Osmond on six decades in showbiz and taking his Las Vegas show on the road this summer (1:31) Guest: Donny Osmond, singer, songwriter and actor How all-you-can-eat shrimp helped sink Red Lobster (33:42) Guest: Aaron Allen, founder and chief strategist, Aaron Allen & Associates Singapore Airlines flight turns to horror after turbulence (43:47)…
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Today's podcast: We asked Israel's Ambassador to Canada if he may wish to address the apparent diminution of the decades-long allyship and friendship between Canada and Israel. From statements made by prime minister Trudeau and foreign affairs minister Melanie Jolie, to Canada abstaining from voting on full UN membership for a State of Palestine, t…
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We asked Israel's Ambassador to Canada if he may wish to address the apparent diminution of the decades-long allyship and friendship between Canada and Israel. From statements made by prime minister Trudeau and foreign affairs minister Melanie Jolie, to Canada abstaining from voting on full UN membership for a State of Palestine, to Toronto mayor O…
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10 year old Sammy Teusch of Indiana committed suicide May 5 following relentless bullying at school. His parents had pleaded for help from the school administration but remain dissatisfied with the school leaders response/actions. Is the suicide of a 10 year old boy not sufficient for the issue of bullying to spur real and meaningful action on this…
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Sweden's defence minister and military commander-in-chief have warned of possible war involving Sweden (and Russia). Sweden's prime minister has publicly mused about nuclear weapons being placed on Swedish soil during any war. - Norway's military chief has warned of war with Russia within two years. And where does Canada fit into this possible scen…
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Yesterday I posted to X that Justin Trudeau's standard complaints about Pierre Poilievre are treated as news stories by media when in my view they aren't. The response has been and continues to be extremely strong and with differing perspectives. We are now well over 900 likes, 235 retweets and 176 comments. Guest: Roy, solo. Then, callers. Learn m…
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Statue dedicated to Private Alexander Watson removed from St. Catharines city hall after 138 years and moved to a local cemetery. Reason, Watson, from St. Catharines, fought with the 90th Winnipeg Battalion Rifles in the Northwest Resistance, or Rebellion. He died in 1885 from wounds suffered in battle and the people of St. Catharines erected the s…
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Yesterday we spoke with Alberta cabinet minister and life-long resident of Fort McMurray Brian Jean who became very emotional recalling the 2016 wildfire known as The Beast and the carnage the fire caused in Fort Mac and spoke about the evacuations ordered from the city earlier this week following the encroachment of a massive wildfire. Evacuations…
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Today’s podcast: Grocery Code of Conduct is a go. But what is it, really and how will it impact the price of lettuce? Guest: Professor Sylvain Charlebois. Director: Agri-foods laboratory, Dalhousie University. Federal mental health and 'addictions' minister Ya'ra Saks supports Ontario government of Doug Ford and Ottawa will not move to decriminaliz…
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Federal mental health and 'addictions' minister Ya'ra Saks supports Ontario government of Doug Ford and Ottawa will not move to decriminalize possession of small amounts of illicit drugs like fentanyl, meth, etc. Guest: With a reflective view, Dr. Shawn Whatley. Past president of the Ontario Medical Association and author of: When Politics Comes Be…
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Early in the week a wildfire approaching Fort McMurray, AB, with evacuations beginning raised the spectre of 2016 and The Beast. Then came the rains and cooler temps. The wildfire is not out, but no longer the threat of Monday/Tuesday. Guests: Patty Rustige. Fort Mac resident. She and her Fort Mac firefighter husband also lost their home in the 201…
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B.C. Court turns unfaithful U.K. Man's "mistake" into a 'nightmare.' The story of E.S. and G.W. G.W. Is an unfaithful husband from the U.K. who engaged in a relationshp with E.S. whose court claim is G.W. is the father of her child and she has the right to pursue retroactive child support, something G.W. has refused to accept and doesn't want his m…
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Harrison Butker's speech at Benedictine College in Atcheson, Kansas continues to cause both rage, as well as support as an example of 'freedom of expression/speech.' Guest: Ben Mulroney. Morning show host, weekends, on AM 640, Toronto. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Global News / Curiouscast
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A Quebec Superior Court judge has rejected a provisional injunction request by McGill University to remove a pro-Palestinian encampment, where many, if not most participants, are not students or members of any McGill-associated organizations from its front lawn in downtown Montreal. Court rules there have been no provocative incidents and McGill ha…
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RCMP link Calgary murders to American serial killer who died in prison; believe there are more victims (1:39) Guest: Lee Mellor, criminologist and author, Cold North Killers Canadian author’s book on the 2016 Fort McMurray wildfire nominated for Pulitzer Prize (16:17) Guest: John Vaillant, author, Fire Weather: The Making of a Beast Oilers/Canucks …
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Grandfather who received donated stem cells flies to U.K. to meet the man who saved his life (1:28) Guest: Rod Neander, stem cell recipient Paying tribute to veteran sportscaster Darren Dutchyshen who passed away at the age of 57 (14:59) Guest: James Duthie, Canadian sportscaster A breakthrough in ALS research could be cause for optimism (31:20) Gu…
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Saskatchewan farmer finds 100 lb piece of space junk (1:58) Guest: Barry Sawchuk, Saskatchewan farmer Danger from above: The threat of falling space junk is growing (10:34) Guest: Samantha Lawler, professor of astronomy, University of Regina Journo Corner: Fort McMurray wildfire update: covering it now and then (18:37) Guest: Carrie Tait, reporter …
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Evacuations begin around Fort McMurray as wildfire grows (1:24) Guest: Ian Seggie, Fort McMurray evacuee 2024 Fort McMurray wildfire brings back memories of 2016 for many (12:08) Guest: Melissa Blake, former mayor of the Regional Municipality of Wood Buffalo Former Trump fixer Michael Cohen places longtime boss at the centre of the hush money payme…
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Fort Nelson is evacuated as wildfire threatens the northeast B.C. community (1:27) Guest: Rob Fraser, mayor, Northern Rockies Regional Municipality Wildfire prompts evacuation order in Fort McMurray (10:54) Guest: Josée St-Onge, Provincial Information Officer, Alberta Wildfire How severe is the wildfire threat this spring and summer? (17:13) Guest:…
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Today’s podcast: Toronto Metropolitan University students sends email to the university administration complaining about our frequent economics issues guest Professor Eric Kam. This time though it's about professor Kam being Jewish and what happened in his class which according to the complaining student "has left many students, including myself, d…
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Toronto Metropolitan University students sends email to the university administration complaining about our frequent economics issues guest Professor Eric Kam. This time though it's about professor Kam being Jewish and what happened in his class which according to the complaining student "has left many students, including myself, deeply troubled. I…
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A different Mother's Day story from a mother who desperately loves her heavily addicted to alcohol and drugs adult son in Vancouver and how his life is spiraling downward. The son loves his mother and they communicate, but helping him is extremely difficult and when the mother convinced her son to go to a hospital ER his treatment there may be a sh…
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Mother's Day and a single mother from Toronto sends an email despairing how her children's school and school board are engaged in "cutting" her children from her life and parenting. (declines to go on air because she's afraid her voice will be recognized. Has complained at children's school and at the board) Guest: Michael Zwaagstra. Manitoba teach…
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Gazelle Sharmahd. Her father, a German-American national of Iranian descent was kidnapped from the UAE in 2020 by Iranian agents and has been held as a prisoner in Iran since. He was targeted for his journalism and criticism of the Iranian regime. He was tried in an Iranian court and convicted and sentenced to death for the crime of "corruption on …
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Israel's Independence Day celebrations begin tomorrow evening and end Tuesday evening. - Mood in Israel now and view of Netanyahu government? - U.S. suspending arms shipments to Israel - Canada abstaining from UN vote to grant Palestine status at the UN - antisemitic activity at Canadian universities - are Jewish Canadians moving to Israel over fea…
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What's happening in the nation's capital, and why does it involve Housing Minister Sean Fraser wearing a hard hat? The week's stories from Blacklock's Reporter. Guest: Tom Korski. Editor. Blacklock's Reporter. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesBy Global News / Curiouscast
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Today’s podcast: The passing of Rex Murphy. Guest: Catherine Swift. Multi-decade friend and president of Coalition of Concerned Manufacturers and Businesses of Canada. Also member of our Beauties and the Beast panel. And: Callers, reflecting on what made Rex special. Selina Robinson was until recently a senior cabinet minister in the British Columb…
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The passing of Rex Murphy. Guest: Catherine Swift. Multi-decade friend and president of Coalition of Concerned Manufacturers and Businesses of Canada. Also member of our Beauties and the Beast panel. And: Callers, reflecting on what made Rex special. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices…
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Selina Robinson was until recently a senior cabinet minister in the British Columbia provincial NDP government of David Eby. Then her comment on a B'nai Brith organized panel show that before Israel became a state its territory was just "a crappy piece of land with nothing on it," where several hundred thousand people lived, but it didn't produce a…
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Canada's system of MAID (Medical assistance in dying) is under increased international and national scrutiny and criticism. In 2021, more than 10,000 people chose to die with physician administered drugs. The question of whether mental illness is a sole qualifier for MAID was addressed in parliament, reminding that in 2015 the Supreme Court ruled a…
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