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.

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Better neighbourhood amenities could improve yo...
AJ Wray, PhD Candidate in Geography at Western University, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about a recent study done with youth in London, Ontario about how their neighbourhood amenities contributed to positive or negative changes to their mental health at the beginning of the pandemic.
12 min
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More Canadian's are buying EV's, but our infras...
Dr. Josipa Petrunic, President & CEO of Canadian Urban Transit Research and Innovation Consortium joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the increase in Canadian's purchasing EV's, the lack of charging stations across the country, and why hybrid vehicles aren't being as pushed as they once were.
8 min
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"The reality was, I was going to die." Guy Feli...
"The reality was, I was going to die," Addict turned advocate dives into the support and services needed for those battling addiction
13 min
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Ali Chahbar on Deputy Chief job posting and Pol...
Ali Chahbar, Chair of the London Police Services Board, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the Deputy Chief of London Police Service job posting, the budget, and National Law Enforcement day.
10 min
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The Dry Challenge: the benefits of a sober mont...
Hilary Sheinbaum, Author of The Dry Challenge: How to Lose the Booze for Dry January, Sober October, and Any Other Alcohol-Free Month, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the benefits of doing a dry month, and why it may be good to lower your alcohol consumption.
10 min
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London Police are looking for a third Deputy Ch...
Former London Deputy Chief of Police Murray Faulkner joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the London Police Service posting a Deputy Chief job, adding a third person to the role, and why.
11 min
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The ripple effect of the pandemic on education
Dr. Prachi Srivastava, Assoicate Professor at Western University specializing in education and global development, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about how the pandemic impacted students, and how those impacts are being seen today.
9 min
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Saving the Goslings: Salthaven has stepped in t...
Brian Salt, Owner of Salthaven Wildlife Rehabilitation and Education Centre Inc, joins Mike Stubbs to talk about how they came to know about the goslings found on the University of Western's campus, and why they stepped in to save the few that are remaining.
5 min
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Canada Geese in London have been nesting since ...
"That Bird Guy" Brendon Samual, a PhD Candidate at Western University joins Mike Stubbs to talk about why you may have seen some baby geese wandering around London recently, why Canadian Geese may be nesting now, and why their seasonal patterns may be changing.
6 min
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New book shines the spotlight on 'Hollywood's F...
Mark Kearney, Professor at Western University and Author of "Al Christie: Hollywood's Forgotten Film Pioneer," joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the book and the impact Londoner Al Christie had on the film industry and his role in making Hollywood what we know it as today.
8 min
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The Federal Conservative Leader looks back on 2...
Pierre Poilievre, leader of the Federal Conservative Party of Canada, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to look back at 2023, and to talk about plans and what Canadians could see in 2024.
16 min
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Reviving the wartime housing program
Dr. Mike Moffat, Economist and Founding Director of the Place Centre, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the wartime housing program and what it is. Dr. Moffat was a key player pushing for the federal government to revive the wartime housing plans.
8 min
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The AG report has highlighted the amount of mon...
Peter Bergmanis, Co-Chair and Co-Founder of the London Health Coalition, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the Auditor General report and the money spent in health care.
13 min
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Mirrors of Faith: Building bridges between fait...
Imam Mohammed Al-Jamali, from the London Muslim Mosque, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about their event, Mirrors of Faith.
6 min
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Hanukkah: Lighting up the night, one candle at ...
Rabbi Gurkow joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the start of Hanukkah, the festival of lights. Rabbi Gurkow talks about the importance of Hanukkah, and how people may be feeling about the celebration this year.
5 min
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Budget 101: Former London Mayor breaks down how...
Former London Mayor Matt Brown joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the upcoming draft budget. Brown outlines why Londoners may see a tax increase and what it takes to build the draft budget.
10 min
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London community has come together to support L...
Jon DeActis, Executive Director of the Salvation Army Centre of Hope joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the homelessness outreach and the generous donations they've seen so far this year. DeActis explains how this response, and community support, has been the highlight of his career.
5 min
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A how-to on wills with Jennifer Butkus of McKen...
Jennifer Butkus of McKenzie Lake Lawyers LLP talks with 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs about wills in the province of Ontario. What happens if you die without a will? How official doea will need to be. Jennifer provides answers to those questions and more.
7 min
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Explained: Prof. Kempa on Freedom of Assembly
Michael Kempa, Associate Professor of Criminology at the University of Ottawa joins Mike Stubbs, to discuss.
3 min
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The Lights & Sirens Toy Drive is back to fill u...
Frances Elizabeth Moore, President of the Board of Directors for Life Spin joins Mike Stubbs to talk about the Lights and Sirens Toy Drive the is coming up this weekend for its 10th year.
6 min
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Open the door to a conversation with someone ne...
Pete Bombaci, founder of The GenWell Project, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about Talk to a Stranger Week, the time to keep stranger danger in mind, but also to open the door to conversations with someone you may not know, and see what comes out of it.
9 min
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Violence in the classroom is on the rise, with ...
There were 958 violent incidents reported in Thames Valley schools for the month of October that involved staff, 700 of those involved objects. Craig Smith, Local President of the ETFO Thames Valley joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about the numbers and explains what they mean and how the disciplinary system works. Then, listeners bring their voice to the conversation, talking about their experience working in classrooms, or voicing their thoughts as members of the community.
35 min
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"If your intention was to instill hate into the...
Ali Chahbar, Chairperson of the London Police Services Board, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to share his thoughts on the guilty verdict delivered today in the Natheniel Veltman trial.
5 min
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Texas King and their love of the hometown crowd
Phil Spina, bassist for Texas King, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about Texas King performing at London Music Hall this month, what it means to bring the show home, performing in front of friends and family, and what it takes for an indie band to break into the music scene.
10 min
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Right turns on red lights: more cities are look...
Dr. Nicolas Saunier, Professor of civil engineering at Polytechnique Montreal, joins 980 CFPL's Mike Stubbs to talk about research into if turning red at a red light causes any risk to pedestrian and biker safety, if it saves any time off your commute, and overall, the pros and cons of allowing it, or not.
8 min