March 20, 2017 12:35 pm
Updated: March 20, 2017 8:33 pm

Tasha Kheiriddin Show: Monday, March 20


Happy Monday!

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Here’s your one stop to everything that happened on the Tasha Kheiriddin show on March 20 — from a parent food fight at a Toronto school, to the PCs targeting the Liberals’ hydro ads (paid for by you, the taxpayer).

Transport Canada proposing guidelines for seatbelts on school buses

Alex Bugeya, Safety and Legislation Consultant at Ontario School Bus Association, joins the show to discuss. What do you think of school buses having seatbelts? As a parent, would you rather have your kids strapped in?

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MPP Han Dong talks proposed Reliable Elevators Act

Liberal MPP Han Dong joined the show to talk about his proposed legislation that aims to hold elevator maintenance contractors responsible for fixing outages. Under the Reliable Elevators Act, contractors would be required to fix broken elevators within 14 days, or 7 days if it’s located in retirement or long-term-care homes.

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Hot-lunch plan causes accessibility debate at Toronto school

Should all school programs be equally accessible to all children? Are we over-obsessed with equality instead of quality? Maddie Di Muccio, CEO of Society for Quality Education, weighs in on a feud at Dewson Street Junior Public School over a hot-lunch plan for kids. Since it wouldn’t be available to all kids, some parents have made it a debate about inequality and classism.

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Ontario PCs target Ontario government hydro ads, say they are in contempt of parliament

Are the government’s new hydro ads really about making the Liberals look good? Should the government withdraw the ads? The Ontario PCs think so. Finance Critic Vic Fedeli joins the show.

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That’s a wrap! Listen and join in on the conversation every Monday to Friday from 12 to 2 p.m., on the Tasha Kheiriddin Show.

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