August 3, 2017 1:58 pm

Tasha Kheiriddin Thursday, August 3rd 2017


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In case you missed it: Here’s your one-stop look at all the highlights of the Tasha Kheiriddin Show on July 31st:

The Toronto housing market continues to cool – How good is this news?

Capital Economic’s Senior Canadian Economist David Madani joins Tasha to give some inight into the economic implications of the housing market trends.

Ontario to provide abortion pill for free as of August 10th

Mifegymiso will be offered to women in Ontario free of cost. Who will have access? What will be the steps in obtaining the drug? Planned Parenthood Ottawa’s executive director, Catherine Macnab speaks with Tasha about those questions and more.

READ MORE: Ontario women to get free access to abortion drug Mifegymiso

How safe is your data in the hands of big companies?

A presentation at hacking conference DefCon shone a light on ways to de-anonymize your info. Tasha converses with AM640’s cyber security expert David Shipley to find out how safe your data is.

READ MORE: Your anonymous data isn’t as nameless as companies would have you believe, researchers say

Mayor Tory responds to increase in Toronto drug overdoses

There has been an increase in opioid related overdoses in the city in the last few weeks. John Tory has made his response and the city will hold a meeting to address the issue. Tasha speaks with Zoe Dodd, who is a harm reduction worker to get the in-field opinion of the rising crises.

READ MORE: Toronto to speed up opening of supervised injection sites after spike in drug overdose deaths

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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