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  • Monday November 20, 2017

    Audio Fighting for support for a disabled son

    We hear about one mother's fight to keep child support payments going for her disabled son, even though she is not married to her son's father.

    Listen 7:01
  • Monday November 20, 2017

    Audio Workplace harassment

    Workplace harassment is something all companies should try to prevent. But should they be the ones to deal with it, if it happens? We talk to one lawyer who says no.

    Listen 5:52
  • Monday November 20, 2017

    Audio PTSD and jurors

    The Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights is looking at ways to improve mental-health support for jurors. We'll hear from one juror who's been pushing the government to improve services in Canada.

    Listen 6:05
  • Monday November 20, 2017

    Audio Raising awareness about young caregivers

    We often think of family caregivers as middle-aged, looking after elderly parents. But in fact, some young people also take on caregiving responsibilities way beyond their years.

    Listen 6:04
  • Monday November 20, 2017

    Audio College teachers and students back

    After a five-week strike at Ontario colleges, we speak to the Dean of Students at Humber College about what students can expect after losing 5 weeks of their semester.

    Listen 5:13
  • Friday November 17, 2017

    Audio The value of joy

    The latest issue of the online magazine The Ethnic Aisle focuses on 'Joy.' We spoke with co-editors Vicky Mochama and Sajae Elder.

    Listen 6:16
  • Friday November 17, 2017

    Audio Pediatricians want public health campaign about kids and marijuana

    Pediatricians are urging the provincial government to act now to fund research and educate the public about the risks of marijuana use, especially when it comes to kids.

    Listen 6:55
  • Friday November 17, 2017

    Audio New building for architecture faculty opens at U of T

    The neo-Gothic building that crowns Spadina Avenue has reflected Toronto's changing history and values for the past 140 years. Now it's being reinvented for the John H. Daniels Faculty of Architecture, Landscape and Design.

    Listen 5:30

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