London Live with Mike Stubbs

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.

Will the Rideau Canal open for skating this year?
Saba Aziz with Global News says the canal surface has to be at least 30 cm thick with good quality ice before they allow skating
5 min
Red light for Reptilia - but they still plan to...
Mike Lerner, from Lerners Lawyers and Associates, talks about Reptilia zoo being voted down at council on Tuesday, but says that they still plan to open their doors to the public.
6 min
What does your poop say about your gut health?
Dr. Ashely Margeson, a Naturopathic doctor and host of The Superwomen Code, talks about what your poop says about your health, how your gut health is connected to your brain, how to take care of your gut and more.
7 min
An update on construction around London
Jennie Dann, Director of Construction and Infrastructure Services with the City of London updates listeners on different construction projects around the city.
6 min
How to talk to your kids about tragedies
Samantha Kemp-Jackson talks about on how parents can approach the topic of tragedies with their kids, and why these conversations are important to have.
7 min
Former London Knight and NHL All-Star Dennis Wi...
Former London Knight and NHL All-Star Dennis Wideman was inducted into the London Knights Hall of Fame on February 8th. He joined Mike Stubbs on 980 CFPL to chat about his trade to the London Knights in 2001, and the long career that followed.
12 min
Magic weight loss injection or risky new yoyo d...
Emily Campbell, Registered Dietitian and Certified Diabetes Educator breaks down the history of 'magic pill' diet trends, the diabetes injection thats being used for weight loss, and how to lose weight in a safe and healthy way.
7 min
CEO of RNAO comments on Ontario's heath care pl...
Dr. Doris Grinspun, CEO of the Registered Nurses' Association of Ontario, comments on if the provinces plan, 'Your Health: A Plan for Connected and Convenient Care ' and the three pillars within it target heath care needs.
7 min
The challenges a London, Ont. mother is facing ...
Jeanne Gheller's daughter is now 18, which means she can make decisions without her mom's consent. Gheller is worried about what those decisions may be and where they could lead her daughter
7 min
Private sector businesses are taking the first ...
Kiera Taylor talks about sustainability in the private sector of business as well as how they can be more environmentally friendly.
7 min
"The main thing is that Waylon is here, and he'...
Gillian Burnett shares the story of her son Waylon drowning in a pool and how CPR and the endless efforts of all medical staff brought him back to life.
9 min
Viewer Discretion Legislation by-law in London ...
Katie Dean, from the Viewer Discretion Coalition, updates everyone on the Viewer Discretion Legislation and how the London by-law can impact other places across the country.
7 min
Update your child's vaccination status with the...
Dr Alex Summers, Medical Officer of Health for the Middlesex-London Health Unit explains explain the Immunization of School Pupils Act, and why it's important to update your child's vaccination status to the health unit.
7 min
Every Canadian Counts is shining a light on tho...
Hubert Van Niekerk from Every Canadian Counts outlines the program, their goals and why it is important that people struggling with disabilities get the support they urgently need.
9 min
Bobby Hull and his impact on the World Hockey A...
Scott Surgent, Author of World Hockey Association Fact Book, talks about Bobby Hull's impact on the success of the WHA.
9 min
Preparing high school students for exams in a n...
Christine Giannacopoulos, Superintendent with the Thames Valley District School Board, explains the new approach to preparing students for exams.
5 min
"I feel like I won the lottery yesterday" Londo...
Kellysue, a London, Ont. mother who has been trying to gain support for youth living with severe mental illness, joins Mike Stubbs to update her story on her 14-year-old daughter and explains that it finally feels like they are closer to getting her the help she needs.
10 min
The new Chair of the London Police Service Board
Ali Chabar talks about stepping into the role of Chair of the London Police Services Board
7 min
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.
12 min
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.
6 min
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.
9 min
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.
5 min
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.
8 min
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.
7 min
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.
12 min