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Show Notes

Thursday, June 7 2018

In studio:

  • On this day 25 years ago, the all-news radio station we know and love as 680 NEWS officially launched. We’re at 680’s studio at Bloor and Ted Rogers Way joining the 25th anniversary celebration with their news team
    Geoff Rohoman – Morning Infotainment Reporter, Amber Leblanc – 680 News Director, Mike Eppel – Sr. Business Editor
  • Continuing to celebrate Pride Month, our friends at Second City are always having fun. They’re opening their main stage to the public for a night full of karaoke and it’s for a good cause
    Nug Nahrgang – Actor/Comedian
    Instagram: @NugNahrgang / @SecondCityTO
    Twitter: @NugNahrgang
    Web: www.caseyhouse.com / www.gildasclubtoronto.org / www.secondcity.com
  • Juno Award winning R&B artist Dru is bringing the 90’s back with his new track ‘A Girl Like You’
    Dru – Singer
    Social Media: @DruGrange
  • Ontarians head to the polls today to choose the people who will make up the next Government at Queen’s Park. In studio to break down what we’ve seen during the campaign, and the possible results we may see tonight is political strategist Jim Warren
    Jim Warren – Political Strategist

On location:

  • Devo is LIVE at the Sunnyside Pavilion bringing the “Summer of Yes” to life with the help of the President’s Choice® Insider’s Collection™

Wednesday, June 6 2018

In studio:

  • Excitement is building for Pride weekend in Toronto but before Toronto holds one of its biggest celebrations, there’s a whole month of LGBTQ programming to take part in. Pride Toronto’s Executive Director Olivia Nu is in studio
    Olivia Nuamah – Executive Director, Pride Toronto
    Web: www.PrideToronto.com www.untilweresafe.org
    Social Media: @PrideToronto #UntilWereSafe
  • David Alan Grier is a three-time Tony Award and Grammy Award nominee and is now part of a new show ‘Cool Kids’ airing on CityTV this fall
    David Alan Grier – Actor
  • In the summer of 1978, 60% of teens were working, last summer only 35 % had summer jobs. Parenting and relationship expert Karyn Gordon joins us this morning to chat about why jobs for teens are important and where to find them
    Dr. Karyn Gordon – Parenting/Relationship Expert
  • Over one thousand girls ages 11 to 18 will attend the biggest girl empowerment event in Canada tonight. One of the many keynote speakers for tonight’s Girl Talk event is High School Musical’s Monique Coleman
    Monique Coleman – Actress/UN Youth Champion
    Instagram : @_moniquecoleman
    Website : www.girltalkempowerment.com

On location:

  • Stella is LIVE at Tim Horton’s Camp Day where 100 percent of the proceeds of hot coffee sales at participating restaurants across Canada are donated to the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation (THCF). The funds directly help youth from the low-income homes go on a life-changing experience at a Tim Horton camp

Tuesday, June 5 2018

In studio:

  • It’s being called “the next LOST.” Once Upon a Time star Josh Dallas goes from fairytales to mystery in the brand new series ‘Manifest’ – he and his Canadian co-star Melissa Roxburgh are in studio to talk about the new drama
    Josh Dallas – Ben Stone, Manifest, Melissa Roxburgh – Michaela Stone, Manifest
  • While you must be 18 to vote, that hasn’t stopped some young minds from getting in on the democratic process early. Here to tell us more about Student Vote are grade 10 students Tianna McFarland and Atta Khan along with teacher Christina Ganev – all from East York Collegiate
    Tianna McFarland, Atta Khan – Students at East York Collegiate
    Christina Ganev – Teacher at East York Collegiate
  • “Friendship isn’t a big thing – it’s a million little things.” That idea guides a new drama coming to City this fall, about a group of friends from Boston who bond under unexpected circumstances. We’re joined by its stars David Giuntioli and Christina Ochoa
    David Giuntioli and Christina Ochoa – A Million Little Things
  • Old World. New Blood. Our friend Kim Coates joins us to give us a look at what’s to come on season 2 of Bad Blood
    Kim Coates – Bad Blood
  • Joining us to go through some of the exciting new shows we have lined up for you this fall, TV Critic Bill Harris is in studio

On location:

Monday June 4, 2018

In Studio:

  • Education expert Sunny Verma is here with his top four tips to help students stay focused on homework and studying for exams.
    Website: www.tutorbright.com
    Twitter: @TutorBright
    Instagram: @TutorBright
  • Co-Founder Mabel’s Labels, parenting blogger and mom of six Julie Cole is here to talk to us about packing for camp.
    Twitter: @juliecole
    Instagram: @
  • Political consultant Tony Chapman is here to discuss the impact of Kathleen Wynne’s announcement.
    Twitter: @TonyChapman
  • Head Chef, Amica Mature Lifestyle Communities, Gary McBlain stopped by this morning to provide tips for cooking well for yourself and the seniors in your life.
    Website: amica.ca


On Location:

  • Winston Sih is LIVE in San Jose at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference.
  • Frank is LIVE at Beacon Hall Golf Course, chatting with Jim Mitchel about the ‘Soldier on to St. Andrew’s’ Golf Tournament.


Friday June 1, 2018

In studio:

  • This Sunday, thousands of cyclists, runners and walkers will take over the Gardiner and DVP for Ride for Heart. It’s Canada’s largest charity cycling event in support of heart disease and stroke research. One of the participants is former NHL player Brett MacLean who suffered a cardiac arrest while playing a pickup game with friends when he was just 23 years old
    Brett MacLean – Former NHL Player, Suffered Cardiac Arrest in 2012
    Alex Maheux – Manager of Communications, Heart & Stroke Ontario
    Web: www.rideforheart.ca
  • Father’s Day will be here before we know it, and if you’re planning a Father’s Day BBQ, celebrity chef Chuck Hughes has mouth watering side dish recipes that will be sure to impress
    Chuck Hughes – Celebrity Chef
  • We celebrate Kevin’s 27-year career at City
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