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Show Notes

Wednesday, March 28, 2018

In studio:

  • A closer look at the provincial budget
    Jim Warren, Political Strategist
    Twitter: @JamesBWarren
  • Revealing the most Innovative Products of 2018, voted by consumers and presented by Product of the Year™ Canada and Rogers Media
    Mishal Cazmi, Associate Editor, Chatelaine
    Twitter: @productoftheyr | #POY2018
    Web: www.productoftheyear.ca
    This year’s winners include:
    1. Mattress – TEMPUR-PEDIC TEMPUR-Cloud Supreme Breeze
    2. Skin Treatment – Vichy Canada Minéral 89
    3. Frozen Sides – Cavendish Farms FlavourCrisp Tuscan Herb Oven Chips
    4. Frozen Entrée – oh naturel! Quinoa Mushroom Burger
    5. Washer – Maytag Front Load Washer with Fresh Hold Option and PowerWash System – 5.2 Cu. Ft I.E.C., MHW5500FC
    6. Dairy – IÖGO PROTEINe
    7. Confectionery – M&M’S Caramel
    8. Small Kitchen Appliances – T-fal Multicook & Grains
    9. Pasta – Jan K Overweel, EMMA Gnocchi with Quinoa, Potato Dumpling Pasta
    10. Hair Products – GLISS Ultimate Repair Shampoo
  • How to best avoid injuries from outdoor running and activities
    Dr. Sapna Sriram, Injury Expert
    Twitter: @DrSapnaSriram
    Web: www.DrSapna.com

On location:

  • Melanie and Adam LIVE at Rogers Centre in preparation for Opening Day on Thursday and home opening weekend
    Gates open on Thursday at 1:30 p.m. with first pitch at 3:37 p.m. Opening Ceremonies kick off at 3pm and will include a special celebration of life for the late Roy “Doc” Halladay
    Social: @bluejays | #OpeningDay
    Web: www.mlb.com/bluejays

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

In studio:

  • The Autism Reality Experience, providing what sensory processing difficulties faced by people on the autism spectrum feel like
    The tour kicks off on April 3rd in Victoria, B.C and will travel across Canada until it reaches Charlottetown, PEI on April 27th
    Shane Riley, The Autism Reality Experience
    Austin Riley, Racing
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/autismrealityexperience
    Instagram: autismrealityexperience
    Web: www.autismrealityexperience.com | www.racingwithautism.com
  • Treating yourself this Easter with healthy and delicious indulgences
    Jesse Lane Lee, Holistic Nutritionist/Cookbook Author
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/JesseLWellness
    Instagram/Twitter: @JesseLWellness
    Web: www.jesselanewellness.com
  • Sebastian Olzanski on his new EP, “Finding Me”, out now on iTunes
    Sebastian Olzanski, Singer
    Instagram/Twitter: @SebTSB
    Web: www.sebastianolzanski.com
  • Amazon Canada’s latest and greatest Spring products
    Kann Yalkin, Amazon Canada
    Click here to enter for your chance to win the $350 Amazon Gift Card mentioned on today’s show
    Web: www.amazon.ca

Monday, March 26, 2018

In studio:

  • Identifying signs of burnout and how you can combat them
    Jennifer Longmore, Life Coach specializing in combatting burnout, CEO of Soul Journeys
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/jlongmore
    Twitter: @jenlongmore
    Web: www.souljourneys.ca
  • The Stanley Cup LIVE in studio, in honour of the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs kicking off on April 11th
    Watch the Playoffs on Sportsnet, CBC, Sportsnet NOW and Rogers NHL Live
    Howie Borrow, Stanley Cup Handler
    Instagram/Twitter: @Sportsnet
    Web: www.sportsnet.ca
  • Why you need one “Unreachable” Day per week
    Neil Pasricha, Happiness Expert, Best-selling Author
    Instagram/Twitter: @NeilPasricha
    Web: www.globalhappiness.org
  • Sneak peek of Les Fleurs de Ballet, onstage this Saturday night only at the Sony Centre for the Performing Arts
    Evgeni Dokoukine & Julia Pochko, Professional Ballet Dancers
    For Tickets: ticketmaster.ca OR russiantix.com

On location:

Friday, March 23, 2018

In studio:

  • Celebrating National Puppy Day with service puppies from the Lions Foundation of Canada
    Sam Hobbes, Breeding and Puppy Coordinator, Lions Foundation of Canada
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/LFCDogGuides
    Twitter: @LFCDogGuides
    Web: www.dogguides.com
  • What March For Our Lives means from the POV of a Grade 11 Toronto student
    Olivia Wright, Grade 11 Student, North Toronto Collegiate
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/marchforourlives
    Twitter: @AMarch4OurLives | #MarchForOurLives
    Instagram: marchforourlives
    Web: marchforourlives.com
  • WWE Superstar Alexa Bliss on her journey as a woman in wrestling, and tonight’s Road to WrestleMania show live at Ricoh Coliseum at 7:30pm
    Alexa Bliss, WWE Superstar
    Twitter: @AlexaBliss_WWE
    Web: WWE.com/Canada
  • Commonly found reptiles in cottage country – as part of the Spring Cottage Life Show, on now through Sunday at the International Centre in Mississauga
    Jeff Hathaway, Scales Nature Park
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/cottagelife
    Instagram/Twitter: @cottagelife
    Web: www.cottagelife.com/shows

Thursday, March 22, 2018

In studio:

  • Protecting biodiversity on our planet by participating in Earth Hour – this Saturday, March 24th from 8:30pm-9:30pm
    Megan Leslie, President and CEO, WWF-Canada
    Social: @WWFCanada | #Connect2Earth
    Web: wwf.ca  | www.earthhour.org
  • Revealing the city-related issues millennials care about
    Beata Carissa, Centennial College Student
    Emily Mininger, Centennial College Student
    Instagram/Twitter: @CentennialEDU |#yourcityyourway
    Web: www.centennialcollege.ca
  • Health trends from this year’s Expo West, the largest Health Show in North America
    Andrea Donsky, Holistic Nutritionist
    Social: @AndreaDonsky
    Web: www.naturallysavvy.com
  • Fab finds for the ultimate foodie
    Pay Chen, Lifestyle Expert
    Instagram/Twitter: @PayChen
    Web: PayChen.com

On location:

  • Natasha LIVE at Donald D. Summerville Olympic Pools for the 2018 Winter Stations art installations
    1867 Lake Shore Blvd E, located at the foot of Woodbine and Lakeshore
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/winter.stations
    Instagram: winter.stations
    Twitter: @winterstations
    Web: winterstations.com

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

In studio:

  • World Down Syndrome Awareness Day: When NOT to say sorry
    Jessica Rotolo, Featured in ‘S-Warnings’ video
    Ben Tarr, Board Member, Canadian Down Syndrome Society
    Twitter: @CdnDownSyndrome
    Web: AnythingButSorry.com
  • An inside look at ‘Catwalk: Tales from the Cat Show Circuit’, screening at Toronto’s Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema from March 23 -29th
    Kim Langille, Competitive Cat Exhibitor
    Bobby, Turkish Angora Cat
    For show times and tickets: boxoffice.hotdocs.ca/WebSales/pages/list.aspx?epguid=a1a41036-cbe1-4f35-bc34-1ed13d4bd525
  • Debunking health product facts from fiction
    Bryce Wylde, City Health Expert/Associate Medical Director at P3Health
    Social: @WyldeOnHealth
    Web: p3health.net | wyldeabouthealth.com
  • How to stop the concussion crisis
    Dr. Brian Levine, Sr. Scientist, Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute
    Web: research.baycrest.org/blevine

On location:

Tuesday, March 20, 2018

In studio:

  • Epilepsy Awareness Month: tips and myths regarding the disorder
    Cynthia Milburn, CEO Epilepsy of South Central Ontario
    Social: #PurpleGala2018
    Web: www.purpleday.org
  • Tim Hortons’ #TogetherWeTims campaign, aimed at bringing neighbours together
    Emily Levitt, Cultural Anthropologist
    Natalie Powell, Featured in Video
    Instagram/Twitter: #CoffeeWithNeighbours and tag @TimHortons for a chance to win one of hundreds of $10 TimCard prizes
    Web: www.timhortons.com/neighbours
  • Jumping into spring with affordable cleaning tips
    Kim Dunn, Cleaning Expert, Molly Maid
    Web: www.mollymaid.ca
  • Celebrity Chef David Rocco launches the Scotiabank Passport Visa Infinite Card by highlighting dishes inspired by his travels
    David Rocco, Celebrity Chef
    Instagram/Twitter: @ScotiaBank | #ScotiaRewardsYou
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/scotiabank
    Web: www.scotiabank.com/passportinfinite
  • Mayor John Tory on CAA’s Worst Roads, recent shootings and Vision Zero/Slow Down Toronto initiatives
    Mayor John Tory, Toronto
    Twitter: @JohnTory

On location:

  • Winston LIVE at Seneca College’s Newnham Campus learning about the student-created Ripple Farms, a food-growing project based on fish faeces
    Social: @SenecaCollege
    To learn more about Seneca’s upcoming Open House on Saturday, April 7th: senecacollege.ca

Monday, March 19, 2018

In studio:

On location:

  • Toronto Police Services’ “Slow Down Toronto” campaign, focusing on KSI (killed and seriously injured) collisions today through Sunday, April 1, 2018
    Clinton Stibbe, Traffic Services Media Officer
    Twitter: @ClintonStibbe | @TorontoPolice
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