Mike Stubbs pushes beyond the headlines, providing a mix of informed opinion and entertainment you won’t find anywhere else. Mike explores stories and topics important to Londoners from any and all angles.
You are not alone - Derek Marques on why talkin...
Derek Marques talks about taking care of your mental health, and the importance of having a good support system around you.
Home sales may reach new lows that haven't been...
Moshe Lander, Senior Lecturer with Concordia University, talks about TD Economics recent report which predicts Canada may see the weakest level of home sales since 2001.
Rob Simpson on the London Knights at the OHL tr...
Rob Simpson, Associate General Manager of the London Knights, talks about the last two trades by the Knights before the OHL trade deadline, and outlines the issue of creating rumours that are circulated on social media involving player names.
Five London athletes dominating the Women's Wor...
Ted Brown, Head Coach of the London Devilettes talks about the five local athletes that are helping Team Canada at the Women's World U18 Hockey Championship.
Bill 7 is taking away consent from patients and...
Peter Bergmanis, from the London Health Coalition, talks about Bill 7, his concerns with the bill, and the negative impact it has on patients and families.
Award-winning Shared Decision Making Program at...
Bonnie Wooten, a Registered Nurse and Project Consultant with London Health Sciences Centre explains the Shared Decision Making Program at Children's Hospital and the benefit it has for families.
From the CFL to E-Sports
Former CFL athlete Konrad Wasiela talks about his move from the football world to the world of E-Sports, and the massive growth the E-Sports world has seen over the past few years, pulling in higher viewership than many sporting events - including the Super Bowl.
New Year, new restaurant - Michael's on the Tha...
Michael's on the Thames owner Joelle Lees talks about the famous London restaurant changing hands in the new year, the reasoning behind the decision, and the new name the iconic restaurant is going to be taking on.
Stroke rates on the rise as the holiday season ...
Dr George Dresser on seeing the stroke rate and blood pressure climbing as the temperature starts to drop and as we approach holiday season.
Doctors at LHSC say they're seeing a significan...
According to LHSC, in Canada, more than half of all individuals living with type 1 diabetes develop it before the age of 18. Dr. Robert Stein discusses the early signs and symptoms to watch out for.
Will the new LHSC master plan tackle everything...
Peter Bergmanis, a spokesperson with the Ontario Health Coalition, comments on the key things the LHSC master plan should focus on.
A special gift for one young boy came to St. Th...
The story of Santa, the Coca-Cola truck, and one lucky young boy in St Thomas getting his Christmas wish.
RNAO reacts to Bill 124 being struck down
Dr. Claudette Holloway, President of RNAO gives a reaction to Bill 124 being stuck down and what impact this has on nurses.
1 in 10 babies is born premature - here's how y...
Fabiana Bacchini Executive Director of the Canadian Premature Babies Foundation talks about Preemi - a stuffie made for premature babies
London Health Science Centre outlines their new...
Brad Campbell, corporate hospital administration executive at London Health Sciences Centre talks about LHSC's new master plan and one major area they are focusing on - mental health.
Dr. Prachi Sirvastava calls out the misinformat...
Dr. Prachi Srivastava, Associate Professor, Western University, specialising in education and global development talks about the misinformation the was being spread during the CUPE strike action
Capacity overflow continues at London Children'...
Dr. Ram Singh, Director of Pediatrics Critical Care Unit and Deputy Chief of Pediatrics at Children's Hospital doesn't sugar coat the issues Childrens Hospital is currently facing when it comes to capacity overflow
There are now eight billion people in the world...
Dr Don Kerr, Professor of Sociology at King's University College, talks about the world population reaching eight billion this week, what it means, when it's going to start slowing down and why.
The importance of National Philanthropy Day
Barb Legate, a donor with the Children's Health Foundation, talks about National Philanthropy Day which takes place on November 15.
From donating to relief efforts in Ukraine to g...
Katherine Vellinga, Founder of Zirkova Vodka explains how she went from donating proceeds from sales of her vodka brand to relief efforts in Ukraine, to finding herself on a list banning her entry to Russia
Londoner Bronson Deagle receives gold St. John ...
Helping out London's homeless community with a ...
Noor Quereshi, Director of Penpals4Peace, talks about the drive they will be doing on Sunday November 13th to collect medical supplies for the people in London experiencing homelessness.
Hear for the Holidays
Barb Bentley from Bentley Hearing Services talks about the 'Hear for the Holidays' campaign
Fight to End Homelessness returns after 2-year ...
Brett Lucier, Co-Chair Fight To End chats about getting ready for their first event in over two years and the important work being done by Y.O.U.
Could streaming services start adding ads?
Justin Krieger, Senior Technology and Media Analyst at consultancy firm RSM Canada, talks about how streaming has changed since its inception and how it will continue to change in the future.