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Tuesday May 22, 2018

In studio:

  • Canadians turned to Google to answer burning questions surrounding the Royal Wedding. Revealing everything you typed in or said “ok google” to is Google Canada Trends Expert Nicole Bell
    Nicole Bell, Trends Expert at Google Canada
    Instagram/Twitter: @Kolibell
  • From May to July 2017, there were an estimated 187 opioid-overdose deaths in Toronto – more than double the fatalities from the same period in 2016. This crisis has prompted Toronto Public Health to launch an online survey and two community dialogue sessions to hear from residents about Canada’s current approach to drugs. Dr. Eileen de Villa joins us
    Dr. Eileen de Villa, Toronto’s Medical Officer of Health
  • Carassauga: Mississauga’s Festival of Cultures is the largest multicultural Festival in Ontario and is now recognized as the 2nd largest cultural Festival in Canada. Celebrity Chef Sang Kim from the Korean Pavilion is in studio
    Sang Kim – Celebrity Chef
    Web: www.carassauga.com
  • Today’s kids are facing a unique set of challenges. Cityline’s “Teen Show” today will be covering everything from the pressures of social media, a hyper-sexualized culture and dating from a teen’s point of view. Tracy Moore joins us to tell us about some of her candid conversations
    Tracy Moore – Cityline
    Twitter: @thetracymoore
  • We are taking it back to 1959, when Motown Music began and all the classics you still love were made. Motown: The Musical is in Toronto for a limited time. Young Michael Jackson and Marvin Gaye, played by Chase Phillips and Matt Manuel join us

On location:

  • Adam is LIVE with Doors Open Toronto which offers free and rare access to over 130 architecturally, historically, culturally and socially significant buildings across the city