York

We livestreamed election night, focusing on the 905 of course.

We had a great time, with some terrific questions answered live on the podcast. Thanks to everybody who joined us.

Not an election that will go down in the history books as being particularly memorable, when all is said and done, but we talked a lot about the way this election was run, and just why the opposition parties, above all the CPC, couldn’t seem to make any significant headway against Trudeau and the Liberals.Continue Reading

Mike Moffat

We kick off our election coverage with the return of Mike Moffat, Senior Director, Smart Prosperity and Assistant Prof, Ivey Business School, as we look at one of the issues dominating the early days of federal campaigns – housing affordability. Today we’ll be looking at what an expert like Mike thinks the parties should be doing. In future episodes we’ll putting those points directly to party representatives as we explore their platform promises.Continue Reading

Mike Moffatt

Where Ontarians are moving is moving. Mike Moffat joins us to explore the untold story of Ontario’s housing costs, and some of the unexpected – and unplanned – trends that are emerging because of the GTHA’s spiralling house prices and rapid population growth.Continue Reading

Mike Moffatt

Where Ontarians are moving is moving. Mike Moffat joins us to explore the untold story of Ontario’s housing costs, and some of the unexpected – and unplanned – trends that are emerging because of the GTHA’s spiralling house prices and rapid population growth.Continue Reading

Side by side shots of HWDSB and the YCDSB offices

In a two part episode this week we speak to Abisola Asha and Malik Scott of Students Speak Up YCDSB, and Greg Dongen of Hamilton Students for Justice.

Make sure you listen to both parts of this interview, with part two being released on Thursday.Continue Reading

Today we are talking with Cindy Cosentino about schools again, and it seems that education in the 905 Region is seldom out of the news. This week’s story revolves around the appointment in York Catholic District School Board of someone with only three years of experience as a teacher – at a private school, after a long career in the private sector – under rules introduced this summer by the provincial government. The appointment has provoked outrage among many parents and students.Continue Reading