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Show Notes

Friday July 6, 2018

In studio:

  • It’s Canada’s first daily news and culture podcast. ‘The Big Story’ tackles topics that are on the minds of Canadians by digging deeper into the critical headline of the day. Joining us is the series’ host, Jordan Heath-Rawling
    Host, The Big Story
  • You could call it Toronto’s own underground maze – the downtown path system.  And if you’re a commuter chances are that getting around down there has left you stumped once or twice.  That’s why one man decided to take matters into his own hands and make an APP to help navigate you through it.  Joining us is Eric Rotberg
    Eric Rotberg – The Path App
  • Feeding your baby can be fun but it can also be stressful, especially if you have a family history of allergies. Joining us today is Registered Dietitian Sue Mah to tell us all about first foods for baby and how to lower the risk of peanut allergies
    Sue Mah – Registered Dietitian
    Web: sue@nutritionsolutions.ca
    Social: @SueMahRD
  • For the first time in the NBA, the Toronto Raptors will be the first team to sport a CO-ED Dance Team! Joining us now is Entertainment and Talent Manager at MLSE, Amberley Waddell
    Amberley Waddell, Entertainment & Talent Manager at MLSE
    Web: www.nba.com/raptors
    Instagram/Twitter:@RaptorsDancePak

On location:

  • Stella is LIVE at the Sherway Farmers Market

Thursday July 5, 2018

In studio:

  • There are many furry faces in need of adoption in Toronto and PRAI Beauty wants to help find a home for them. They’re bringing their Free the Shelter cause to Canada for the first time. Joining us with more is PRAI Beauty’s Lynn Jacobs plus Natalie Blais from Toronto Animal Services
    Lynn Jacobs – PRAI Beauty
    Natalie Blais – Animal Control Officer, Toronto Animal Services
    Web: tsc.ca // www.praibeauty.com/pages/free-the-shelters-campaign
    Social Media: @ShopTSC
    Shelter Location HoursToronto Animal Services – North Shelter

    1300 Sheppard Ave W,

    North York, ON M3K 2A6, Canada

    10:30am – 6:30pm

    Toronto Animal Services – East Shelter

    821 Progress Ave

    Scarborough, ON M1H 2X4, Canada 10:30am – 6:30pm

    Toronto Animal Services – West Shelter

    146 The East Mall

    Etobicoke, ON M8Z 5V5, Canada 10:30am – 6:30pm

    SPCA de Montréal

    5215 Rue Jean-Talon Ouest

    Montreal, QC H4P 1X4, Canada 11am – 5pm

    Windsor-Essex County Humane Society

    1375 Provincial Rd

    Windsor, ON N8W 5V8, Canada

  • It’s the kind of pain that no mother should ever have to endure – losing a child to gun violence. After the recent wave of shootings, so many families are now dealing with that nightmare. Over the Canada Day weekend, 11 people were shot in Toronto. Joining us is Audette Shephard of United Mothers Opposing Violence Everywhere. Audette’s son Justin was shot and killed in 2001. His murder remains unsolved
    Audette Shephard, United Mothers Opposing Violence Everywhere
  • Fresh off the plane from Italy, our friend Mairlyn Smith is sharing her last minute entertaining ideas, so you’re ready for your last minute guests!
    Instagram: @MairlynSmith

On location:

  • Stella is LIVE at Tim Hortons Coffee Grown With Care

Wednesday July 4, 2018

In studio:

  • Making Canada proud for one of the best culinary experiences in the world,Toronto’s own ALO is the only Canadian restaurant to make the TOP 100 Best Restaurants in the world! Congrats! Welcome Executive Chef and Owner of Chef Patrick Kriss
    Chef Patrick Kriss, Chef/Owner of ALO
    Instagram: @alorestaurant
    Web: www.alorestaurant.com
  • Keep your summer party dishes simple yet tasty with a few new flavours and easy recipe ideas from food lover, Pay Chen
    Pay Chen – Lifestyle Expert
    Web: www.PayChen.com
    Twitter/Instagram: @PayChen
  • It is the 4th of July and our neighbours to the south are celebrating their independence. And though our two countries have always been friends and allies – the relationship has been rocky in recent months as NAFTA is negotiated and tariffs are imposed. What will it take to mend fences with our American neighbours? Joining us with his take on U-S/Canada relations is Professor Michael Manjuris, Chair, Global Management Studies, Ryerson University
    Professor Michael Manjuris, Chair, Global Management Studies, Ryerson University

On location:

  • Stella is LIVE with the Royal Canadian Circus

Tuesday July 3, 2018

In studio:

  • School is out! And some parents are budgeting to spend over one thousand dollars on their children’s activities this summer. Let’s re-budget with personal financial expert Lesley-Anne Scorgie, about the best ways to manage these costs when your children reach school-age
    Lesley-Anne Scorgie, President & Founder of MeVest
    Web: www.mevest.ca/@MeVestMoney
  • Summer is officially here we’re hitting pool parties and beaches. For just the little bit of coverage, the search for the best swim wrap is on. Taking us through is The Style Mogul Christina Cravero
    Christina Cravero, The Style Mogul
    Web: www.thestylemogul.com
    Social: @TheStyleMogul
  • Gluten-free, packed with protein, easy to cook with, chickpeas are the new culinary superstar and hummus is only one way to enjoy them. Today we’re helping to start a Chickpea Revolution with the authors from the cookbook of the same name. In studio is Heather Lawless and Jen Mulqueen
    Heather Lawless and Jen Mulqueen – Chickpea Revolution

On location:

  • Stella is LIVE at Ontario Place checking out all the fun summer activities available there all season long.
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