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On the weekend of April 18th and 19th, a gunman went on a rampage in Nova Scotia, killing 22 people. Questions continue to swirl around how effectively the RCMP handled the situation, as it appears they were not able to save even a single life
A spike in COVID-19 cases on Tuesday has medical professionals scratching their heads. What could be the reasons for rising COVID-19 numbers in the country. Tim Sly, professor in the School of Occupational and Public Health at Ryerson Universit
Paul Palango, investigative journalist, joins Craig to discuss some of the unanswered questions that exist about the Nova Scotia shooting back in April.  Could a potential vaccine to combat COVID-19 come out of the U.K? Redmond Shannon, Global
Business and marketing expert Allison Graham joins Craig every week to discuss business lessons from the headlines. Today they chat about Walmart spending $3-billion in COVID-19 upgrades and how people will react to masking in London. See omny
As parts of Ontario enters stage 3, bars are allowed to reopen their doors to the public. Have bars reopened too soon? Dr. Samantha Hill, President of the Ontario Medical Association, joins Craig to discuss.  Arielle Kayabaga, Ward 13 councill
The Board of Health for the Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) met on Thursday to discuss the possibility of implementing a mandatory mask bylaw. A motion was put on the table to recommending the MLHU make masks mandatory in all indoor spaces.
City councillors are calling on London's chief medical officer of health to attend a meeting as soon as possible and answer questions on whether masks should be mandatory in all enclosed spaces. Dr. Chris Mackie recently took to twitter to pol
On Wednesday, July 15th, Tori Stafford would have turned 20 years old. Her life was cut short when she was just 8 years old. On April 8th, 2009, Tori was kidnapped while walking home from school in Woodstock. Her remains were found months later
Business and marketing expert Allison Graham joins Craig every week to discuss business lessons from the headlines. Today they chat about the province moving into Stage 3 of Ontario's reopening framework, and the continued U.S. border shutdown.
Pride London Festival sent a letter to London Police Service asking them not to fly the rainbow flag during this year's festivities, citing a lack of progress with Black and Indigenous communities. In a statement released on Monday, London Pol
Pride London Festival is going virtual due to the novel coronavirus pandemic. President Andrew Rosser joins Craig to discuss how you can celebrate at home. He will also discuss Pride London Festival's decision to ask London Police Service to n
The Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police is asking for the decriminalization of simple drug possession. Derek Silva, assistant professor in Criminology at Kings University, joins Craig to discuss. Michael Cooper, deputy shadow minister of
Human trials may be nearing as London researchers continue to find a vaccine for COVID-19. Dr. Chil Yong Kang, molecular virologist at the Schulich School of Medicine and Dentistry, joins Craig to discuss.  The federal government released a 'f
In March, a multidisciplinary team of Western University researchers are working on the development of a vaccine against the novel coronavirus. While working to establish and test an effective vaccine for the virus that causes COVID-19, the te
A man who allegedly stormed Rideau Hall with multiple weapons wrote a two-page letter which sources say included personal financial issues and government grievances. Mercedes Stephenson, Global News Ottawa Bureau Chief, and Leah West, lecturer
Recipients of the CERB, which provides $2,000 a month to Canadians who’ve lost their income due to COVID-19, can only earn up to $1,000 in a four-week period before losing their benefits. That's causing a dilemma for some who have been called b
Marit Stiles, NDP Education Critic, joins to discuss what supports are needed for parents when kids go back to school in September. Polling numbers for Donald Trump out of states like Florida have been trending downward. Could Trump's bad poll
Researchers at Lawson Health Research Institute are investigating the use of bovine lipid extract surfactant suspension (BLES®) for treating severe cases of COVID-19. What is bovine lipid extract surfactant suspension and what can it do to hel
An Ontario court has dismissed an appeal from opponents of a supervised drug consumption site that is set to go up in London, Ont. at 446 York Street. Brian Lester, executive director of the regional HIV/AIDS Connection, joins Craig to discuss
Members pushing for a permanent safe injection site at 446 York St cleared another hurdle over the weekend. Brian Lester, Executive Director of the Regional HIV/AIDS connection, joins Craig to discuss. Aine McGlynn, Chief Operating Officer of
Dr. Chris Mackie said the novel coronavirus pandemic, and changes within the health care system itself, have increased the amount of work to be done by a medical officer of health. That's one of the reasons why the Middlesex London Health Unit
In a news conference on Thursday July 2, Dr. Chris Mackie, Medical Officer of Health for the Middlesex London Health Unit, announced new mask rules for the region. He joins Craig to discuss further and clarify the rules. The arrest of Ghislain
The general contractor chosen to build a community centre in east London has been fired following months of delays and construction issues. Jasper Construction won the $21.4 million contract in fall 2017. The East Lions Community Centre was se
The Middlesex-London Health Unit (MLHU) says the time has come to implement a mandatory mask policy — in certain, “specific circumstances” — in an effort to protect against the spread of the novel coronavirus. At a news conference Thursday aft
Ghislaine Maxwell, British socialite and longtime associate of sex offender Jeffrey Epstein, was arrested in New Hampshire by the FBI on Thursday. Maxwell, 58, was arrested on charges related to the investigation into Epstein’s alleged sexual
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