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The Morning Show – Monday, June 26th, 2017

LCBO store at Cooper St. in Toronto, July 26, 2016.        .
LCBO store at Cooper St. in Toronto, July 26, 2016. . Andrew Francis Wallace/Toronto Star via Getty Images

Couldn’t tune into The Morning Show today on AM640? Here’s what you missed:

 

Strike averted after LCBO workers, management reach deal
Warren “Smokey” Thomas, OPSEU President, joined The Morning Show to discuss the deal reached between LCBO workers and management.

Del Duca suggests raising the Richmond Hill GO line – is this necessary?
Steve Munro, transit advocate and blogger, joined The Morning Show to discuss the possibility of raising GO tracks to avoid line delays due to flooding.

Cyberattack hits British Parliament; Russian hackers reportedly selling passwords
David Shipley, CEO of Beauceron Security, joined The Morning Show to discuss the recent cyberattack.

Tsunamis on the Great Lakes? Researchers are looking into it
Chin Wu, engineering professor at the University of Wisconsin, joined The Morning Show to discuss the possibility of a tsunamis on the Great Lakes.

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Sentencing hearing today for ex-nurse serial killer Elizabeth Wettlaufer
Mark Carcasole, News Reporter at Global News, joined The Morning Show to discuss.

Ontario set to announce ticket sale reforms, crackdown on ‘scalper bots’
Alan Cross, 102.1 The Edge Music Expert, joined The Morning Show to discuss the crackdown on ‘scalper bots’.

 

Don’t miss tomorrow’s show! Listen to The Morning Show live, Monday to Friday from 5:30 a.m. to 9 a.m.

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