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Small business concerns about capital gains cha...
The Canadian Federation of Independent Business says half of Canada's small firms to be negatively affected by next week's hike in capital gains inclusion rate. Dan Kelly, President of the CFIB joins The Morning Show.
6 min
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Would you donate a kidney?
A new international study led by researchers from Lawson Health Research Institute will come as good news for anyone considering becoming a kidney donor. Dr. Amit Garg, Scientist at Lawson and Nephrologist at LHSC, joins The Morning Show.
8 min
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Concern over a possible strike at the LCBO
Bars and restaurants in Ontario are bracing for the impacts of a potential LCBO strike if it goes ahead in July. Tony Elenis, president and CEO of the Ontario Restaurant Hotel and Motel Association, joins The Morning Show.
8 min
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The Thames Valley Golf Course turns 100
The Thames Valley Golf Course is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year. Graham Hegler, PGA of Canada and Head Golf Professional for Thames Valley Golf Course, joins The Morning Show.
7 min
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Humane Society London & Middlesex almost ready ...
The Humane Society of London and Middlesex is close to their fundraising goal for their new shelter, which opens in November. Lindsay McDermott from the Humane Society of London and Middlesex joins The Morning Show.
7 min
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An urban heat island in London
The heatwave for London and much of Ontario continues today. London has a lot of concrete, how can that make a heatwave worse and how can we mitigate heat in urban areas? James Voogt, professor of geography and environment at Western University, joins The Morning Show.
7 min
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A first-of-its-kind vaccination clinic in London
Children's Hospital at London Health Sciences Centre is moving ahead with a first-of-its-kind in Ontario vaccination clinic for children and youth. Leah Ethier and Bailey Felkar from Children's Hospital join The Morning Show.
8 min
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Blyth Festival's 50th season
The Blyth Festival is celebrating a landmark anniversary this year -- 50 years. Gil Garratt, Blyth Festival Artistic Director joins The Morning Show.
7 min
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Protecting your plants from the heat
Are you worried about your garden during the heat wave? Will Heeman from Heeman's joins The Morning Show to provide tips on what to do, and not to do, to protect your garden when the temperature rises.
9 min
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Does London need a new city hall?
City politicians will discuss London's homeless encampment strategy and what to do with the city hall lands, including replacing city hall itself. Ward 5 Councillor Jerry Pribil joins The Morning Show.
6 min
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Mayor Josh Morgan on homeless encampments and s...
London's updated homeless encampment strategy and supportive housing are on the agenda for the weekly interview with Mayor Josh Morgan.
8 min
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Beating the heat in London
A heat warning has been issued by Environment Canada while an extended heat warning has been issued by the Middlesex-London Health Unit. How can Londoners beat the heat? David Pavletic, Manager of Food Safety & Health Hazards at the MLHU, joins The Morning Show.
8 min
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A hidden gem in London
Two restaurants in London have been named have been included on a list of of Canada's top 100 outdoor eateries. Katerina Alexander-Wills, Assistant General Manager at The Mule, joins The Morning Show.
7 min
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Is the TVDSB looking to close schools to save m...
Education director Mark Fisher says the public school board isn't looking to close schools to save money due to budget pressures. Fisher, education director for the Thames Valley District School Board, joins The Morning Show.
7 min
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Are fewer Londoners playing youth hockey?
Stats show youth participation in youth hockey is in decline and soccer is the most popular sport. What's the situation like in London? Tait Williamson, President of the West London Hawks, joins The Morning Show.
7 min
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Canada's (lack of) defence spending
Does Canada risk diplomatic isolation if it continues not to meet its NATO obligations on defence spending? David Perry, President of the Canadian Global Affairs Institute, joins The Morning Show.
8 min
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More changes for the cannabis industry
Changes are on the way for the cannabis industry in Canada. What's changing and what does it say about the industry itself? Michael Armstrong, associate business professor at Brock University, joins The Morning Show.
7 min
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The TVDSB's budget crunch
The public school board is facing a budget crunch for the 2024-25 school year. Trustees say provincial funding hasn't kept up with inflation and they're feeling the pinch. Beth May, chair of the Thames Valley District School Board, joins The Morning Show.
8 min
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Lyme disease detected in the London region
The Middlesex London Health Unit has issued an alert to the public after confirming this year's first human case of Lyme Disease in the region. MLHU associate medical officer of health, Dr. Joanne Kearon joins The Morning Show.
6 min
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Could Ontario be headed for an early election?
As MPP's begin an extended summer vacation away from Queen's Park, many are wondering, will there be an election next spring? Colin D'Mello, Global News Queen's Park Bureau Chief, joins The Morning Show.
8 min
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Deputy Mayor Shawn Lewis on renovictions and tr...
Is London ready to crack down on renovictions in the city? Should London designate Oxford and Richmond as well as the area near 100 Kellogg a transit village? Deputy Mayor Shawn Lewis joins The Morning Show.
6 min
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London's proposed renoviction bylaw
London city politicians will get their first look at a proposed renoviction bylaw this week. Jordan Smith from London ACORN joins The Morning Show.
8 min
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Should Canada standardize charging ports?
The European Union now requires all charging ports to be standardized, should Canada do the same? Carmi Levy, London-based tech analyst, joins The Morning Show.
8 min
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The secret to making your fresh strawberries la...
Strawberry picking season begins today at Heeman's. What can you do to make sure your freshly picked strawberries last longer? Will Heeman, Chief Daymaker at Heeman's, joins The Morning Show to tell you everything you need to know.
8 min
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Can Canada Post survive?
Canada Post has lost billions of dollars in recent years, what does its future look like? Does it have a future? Marvin Ryder, associate professor at McMaster University’s DeGroote School of Business, joins The Morning Show.
7 min