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Show Notes

Monday, April 30, 2018

In studio:

  • The quest to save a country from climate change documented in film ‘Anote’s Ark’, and details on its Canadian premiere tomorrow night at 6:30 at Hot Docs Ted Rogers Cinema
    Anote Tong, Former President, Kiribati
    Matthieu Rytz, Director, Anote’s Ark
    Twitter: @AnotesArk
    Web: anotesark.com
  • Mayor John Tory on marking one week since the North York Van Attack
    Mayor John Tory, Toronto
    Twitter: @JohnTory
  • Perfect Mother’s Day gift ideas for the ultimate foodie mom
    Pay Chen, Lifestyle Expert
    Instagram/Twitter: @PayChen
    Web: PayChen.com
  • Spring fashion trends and styling tips that will keep you looking fresh
    Shai DeLuca Tamasi, Principal Designer, Shai DeLuca Interior Design Inc.
    Instagram/Twitter: @ShaiDeLuca
    Web: www.shaideluca.com

On location:

Friday, April 27, 2018

In studio:

  • Testicular Cancer Awareness Month: What you need to know about detecting Testicular cancer
    Mitch Hermansen, Senior Development Manager, Movember
    Will Joyce, Testicular cancer survivor
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/MovemberCanada
    Instagram: @Movember
    Twitter: @MovemberCA | #KnowThyNuts
    Web: movember.com
  • Easy to make Italian sandwiches perfect for outdoor entertaining
    Chef Christian Pritchard, Chef/Host
    Instagram/Twitter: @ChrisCooking
    Web: www.chriscooking.com
  • Resale Fashion 101: How to get the most out of consignment shopping
    Kary Dick, Owner, Second Nature Boutique
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/secondnatureboutique
    Instagram: @secondnatureboutique
    Web: secondnaturebtq.com
  • Preparation for this weekend’s National Day of Mourning, in memory of those who lost their lives in the workplace
    Tom Teahen, President & CEO WSIB
    Web: threadsoflife.ca

On location:

Thursday, April 26, 2018

In studio:

  • The Generator Project, encouraging people to make face-to-face connections through hosting events
    *Host your own Generator Project event next weekend – May 4th-6th
    Peter Bombaci, Founder, The Generator Project
    Facebook: Facebook.com/genprojectorg
    Instagram/Twitter: @genprojectorg
    Web: generatorproject.org
  • How to use Google’s newly announced job search engine, and it’s functions in comparison to other job search sites
    Andrew Dunckelman, Director at Google.org
    Instagram/Twitter: @AndrewDunck
  • Details on tonight’s Annual Toronto homeless count, aiming to determine how many homeless individuals are living on the streets and what kinds of services they require
    Mary-Anne Bedard, City of Toronto Director of Housing Policy and Strategic Investments
    Web: http://ow.ly/jp9I30iGT7i
  • Cool weather crops you can sow into the ground this weekend, and tips on growing a successful crop
    Frank Ferragine
    Instagram/Twitter: @FrankFerragine
  • Finding the perfect bike for your needs and interests
    Justin Soares, Bike Depot
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/Bikedepotinc
    Instagram: @bikedepot
    Twitter: @BikeDepotInc
    Web: bikedepot.com

On location:

  • Winston LIVE at Miles Nadal Jewish Community Centre (750 Spadina Ave, Toronto) learning about the many exciting programs being offered to the public
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/MilesNadalJCC
    Instagram/Twitter: @MilesNadalJCC
    Web: mnjcc.org

Wednesday, April 25, 2018

In studio:

On location:

  • Winston LIVE at the 4th Annual Startupong in support of the SickKids Foundation, taking place tonight at SPiN Toronto – 461 King St W, Toronto
    *Admission is free (donations encouraged)
    To register to play or donate: www.startupong.com

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

In studio:

  • Details on Apres Noir, a never been done before, exclusive event in Toronto designed for the city’s elite
    *The event’s soft launch is on May 17th at Chateau Le Jardin in Vaughan
    Julian Parentela, Producer of Apres Noir
    Natasha Parentela, Membership Manager of Apres Noir
    Instagram/Twitter: @ApresNoir
    Web: www.facebook.com/wwwapresnoircom
  • Top tips when planning family summer travel
    Caleigh Alleyne, Travel Journalist
    Twitter: @CaleighAlleyne
    Web: travelanddesign.ca
  • How to talk to your children about Monday’s van attack in Toronto
    Natasha Sharma, Relationship Expert and author of The Kindness Journal
    Web: www.thekindnessjournal.com

Monday, April 23, 2018

In studio:

  • Details on big TTC issues to be tackled this week, including the first of 3 public meetings on the Relief Line and City Council’s plans to debate the SmartTrack project
    * The TTC relief line meeting takes place tonight from 6:30-8:30pm at Calvary Church, 746 Pape Ave.
    Steve Munro, Transit Blogger, Steve Munro.ca
    Twitter: @SwanBoatSteve
    Web: SteveMunro.ca | ReliefLine.ca | SmartTrack.to
  • Comedian Jessica Holmes on her career of making others laugh and new book, “Depression: The Comedy” – launching tomorrow
    Jessica Holmes, Comedian/Best Selling Author
    Twitter: @happyfeetholmes
  • The most effective ways to combat your spring allergies
    Victor Wong, Pharmacist
    Web: www.reactine.ca

On location:

  • Frank LIVE at McMichael Canadian Art Collection (10365 Islington Avenue, Kleinburg, Ontario) for Arborist Day of Service, providing service and care to the trees on the McMichael property
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/mcmichaelgallery
    Instagram: @mcmichaelgallery
    Twitter: @mcacgallery
    Web: mcmichael.com

Friday, April 20, 2018

In studio:

  • How to speak to your children about legal cannabis
    Jay Rosenthal, The Business of Cannabis
    Twitter: @bofc_canada
    Web: www.businessofcannabis.ca | www.civilized.life
  • The Last Straw initiative, fighting for a reduction in plastic production by encouraging restaurants to stop offering straws to customers
    * Skip The Straw Day is tomorrow – to nominate your local restaurant visit website below
    Jillian Lucas, Founder of Last Straw Toronto
    Instagram: @laststrawtoronto | #stopsuckingtoronto #skipthestraw
    Web: www.laststrawtoronto.ca
  • Bill Nye the Science Guy on the importance of both STEM education and science in the future of our world
    Bill Nye, The Science Guy/CEO of The Planetary Society
    Social: @BillNye
    For more on the Nintendo Labo, launching today: labo.nintendo.com/ca
  • Details on #CityVote: The Debate, between provincial party leaders on May 7th at 6pm on City
    Cynthia Mulligan, CityNews Reporter
    Twitter: @CityCynthia | #CityVote
    Web: CityNews.ca

On location:

Thursday, April 19, 2018

In studio:

  • The potential dangers of “playing it safe” with your kids
    Sasha Emmons, Editor-in-Chief, Today’s Parent
    Stephen Marche, Culture Writer
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/TodaysParent
    Instagram/Twitter: @TodaysParent
    Sasha’s Twitter: @Semmons | Sasha’s Instagram: @SashaEmmons
    Stephen’s Twitter: @StephenMarche
    Web: www.todaysparent.com
  • Dina explores Meghan Markle’s Toronto in preparation for the Royal Wedding on May 19th
    Facebook: www.facebook.com/HELLOCanadaMagazine
    Instagram: @hellocanadamag
    Twitter: @HelloCanada
    See the full video here: Hellomagazine.ca/meghanstoronto
  • 4 year old twin weather girls Ava and Zoe give us a FOURcast full of cuteness
    Ava and Zoe, 4 year old Twins from Alton, Ontario
    Simone Deltin, Mom/filmed and edited the video
    Mark Deltin, Dad/posted the video on Facebook
  • Toronto Raptors Hype Song creator Sacha Singh on the process of creating the track
    Sacha Singh, Executive Producer, “Fix Yuh” – Toronto Raptors Hype Song
    *Visit Fix Yuh on Instagram to watch the full music video
    Instagram: @FixYuh
    Twitter: @KrushDemKrew

On location:

  • Winston LIVE at Toronto Police Service – 23 Division with Trust 15, a non-profit organization who offer social and educational programming to youth in the Rexdale/North Etobicoke area
    Facebook: Facebook.com/Trust15Official
    Instagram/Twitter: @Trust15Official
    Web: www.trust15.com
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