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ONTARIO PC LEADER VISITS ZOOMER RADIO

Fresh from a well received performance in the leaders’ debate, the PC’s Tim Hudak dropped by AM 740 for a guest appearance on ”Goldhawk Fights Back”. He told host Dale Goldhawk how his plan will create jobs – guaranteed – … read more

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PREMIER KATHLEEN WYNNE TO MEET WITH CARP AS PART OF TODAY’S ELECTION AGENDA

The province’s Liberal premier is expected to focus on the Made in Ontario pension plan on the election campaign today.  Kathleen Wynne is set to meet at 8:00 this morning in Toronto with pension experts including Susan Eng of CARP – A … read more

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ROCH VOISINE LIVES OUT HIS DREAMS WITH CANADIAN OLYMPIC ANTHEM

Roch Voisine is soaking up the Canadian Olympic experience with his song Living Out My Dreams.  It’s the official anthem of the Canadian Olympic Team, but Roch says it didn’t start out that way.  He told AM 740′s Norm Edwards, “it … read more

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HOLIDAY GIFT GIVING REQUIRES SERIOUS LOOK AT WAYS TO CUT SPENDING: CREDIT CANADA

At this gift-giving time of year, there’s a lot of pressure to buy the perfect presents – despite the cost. “What we see at Credit Canada is that people are going into this holiday with money still owing from last … read more

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THE ZOOMER PHENOMENON HITS 5 YEARS AS ITS FOUNDER REFLECTS ON THE HISTORY OF THE LARGEST GENERATION

The term zoomer has only been around for five years, but ZoomerMedia Founder Moses Znaimer says the movement has been going on for decades.  “When the boomers were discovered and first understood as a generational phenomenon, they were young,” Moses … read more

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CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS ABOUT TO BECOME MANDATORY IN ONTARIO HOMES – MPPs VOTE TODAY

You may already have a carbon monoxide detector in your home, but soon it could be mandatory for every home in Ontario to have one.  A private member’s bill called the Hawkins Gignac Act comes up for a final vote in … read more

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DEATH OF TORONTO HIGH SCHOOL STUDENT REOPENS DEBATE ON HEAVY TRUCKS IN SCHOOL ZONES

The death of a grade 10 student on the first day of school is renewing debate on whether large trucks should be allowed in school zones during the morning and afternoon rush periods.  Violet Liang would’ve turned 15 today.  The C.W. … read more

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TORONTO’S HIROSHIMA ANNIVERSARY COMMEMORATION HAS SHIRLEY DOUGLAS AS FEATURED SPEAKER

Today is the 68th anniversary of the atomic bombing of Hiroshima.  In Japan today, 50,000 people stood for a minute of silence at Hiroshima’s peace park near the epicentre of the August 6th, 1945 blast.  It was an attack that … read more

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A FLYING CAR COULD SOON BE PARKED IN YOUR GARAGE, SAYS IDEACITY PRESENTER

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VISION TV’s CONRAD BLACK LAUNCHES NEW BOOK ON HISTORY OF U.S. – A NATION IN DECLINE

The controversial Conrad Black has officially launched his new book in Toronto.  It’s a sweeping look at American history where he argues the United States is now in decline.  “It’s a history of the United States focusing on the strategic … read more

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