The Morning Show – Tuesday, July 25th, 2017
Didn’t catch The Morning Show on Talk Radio AM640? Here’s what you missed from today’s show:
Metrolinx spending $250,000 to design a new brand
Vic Fedeli, PC Finance Critic and MPP for Nipissing, joined The Morning Show to chat about Metrolinx’s rebranding.
The Bowery Project transforms vacant lots in downtown Toronto into mobile farms to promote urban agriculture
Rachel Kimel, co-founder of the Bowery Project, joined The Morning Show to discuss the initiative promoting urban agriculture.
Notorious Mississauga blogger known for anti-Muslim rants faces hate-crime charge
Reid Rusonik, Toronto criminal defence lawyer and manging partner of Rusonik, O’Connor, Robbins, Ross, Gorham & Angelini, LLP, joined The Morning Show to discuss the case.
City eyes crackdown on bogus parking permits
Joe Mihevc, Toronto City Councillor for Ward 21 St Paul’s. joined The Morning Show to discuss the crackdown on parking permits.
Winston Blackmore and James Oler found guilty of polygamy by B.C. judge
Lorne Honickman, AM640 Legal Expert and Partner at BTZ Law, joined The Morning Show to discuss the case.
Metrolinx spending big bucks on rebrand
Anne Marie Aikins, spokesperson for Metrolinx, joined The Morning Show to discuss the rebrand.
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