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Friday June 22, 2018

In studio:

  • LGBTQ2 Youth are SEVEN times more likely to commit suicide than their straight peers across North America. It’s been identified that conversion therapy is a contributing factor to numerous suicides… Manitoba and Ontario have banned conversion therapy and our guest joins us to tell us about a campaign to have it banned across Canada
    Christopher Gudgeon – Executive Director, It Gets Better Canada
  • Our youngest generation right now is the most technologically advanced than ever before, heightening education and exposing kids to a pool of information. With that, this generation will also be exposed to harmful information, thankfully there are tools out there that can keep kids safe online. Here to officially announce a new product is Global Head of Safety at Facebook Antigone Davis
    Antigone Davis – Global Head of Safety Facebook
  • She is among the one percent of Auctioneer Specialists in North America and she’s made it her own craft, calling herself the “Auctionista,” To help kick Pride weekend off, we are happy to have her back again
    Layne –  “The Auctionista”
    Instagram: @TheAuctionista
    Twitter:@The_Auctionista
    Web: www.auctionista.ca
  • Pride month reaches its fever pitch this weekend with the parade, street festival and so much more. Pride Toronto’s Festival co-chair Kevin Rambally joins us with the details
    Kevin Rambally – Festival Co-Chair, Pride Toronto
  • They put a twist on story-time! We’re joined by story telling duo Fay and Fluffy
    Fay Slift – Fay and Fluffy’s Story Time
    Fluffy Souffle – Fay and Fluffy’s Story Time
  • It’s at the table where we can turn a house into a home, a stranger into a friend and a village into a community. But more than anything, eating together simply connects us. In studio to chat about the importance of eating together is Karyn Gordon
    Dr. Karyn Gordon – Relationship Experyt, DK
  • Pride is in full swing and things heat up this weekend with the Pride Parade, Trans March, Blockorama and so many more events. Pride’s Executive Director Olivia Nuamah is here
    Olivia Nuamah – Executive Director, Pride Toronto

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