Libby Znaimer is joined by Dr. Alisa Naiman, Family Physician and Founder and Medical Director of The Medical Station in Toronto, Dr. Malcolm Moore,Medical Oncologist, Princess Margaret Cancer Centre, and Dr. Jamie Spiegelman, Internal medicine and critical care physician at Humber River Hospital.
This week: a new report from Food Banks Canada has been released. Meanwhile, The European Commission has approved marketing for ritlecitinib to treat adults and youth 12 years of age and older who suffer from severe alopecia areata. And, demonstrations took place at Queen’s Park this week against the privatization of healthcare in the province.
Libby Znaimer is joined by Councillor Stephen Holyday, Ward 2 Etobicoke Centre and Coun. Paul Ainslie (Ward 24, Scarborough Guildwood), who chairs the general government committee.
Some Toronto drivers have been using City parking lots without paying their fare because of a loophole whereby parking violation fines are cheaper (costing $30) than paying the posted rate in many cases. But that could soon change. Stephen Holyday explains what the City wants to do to close the loophole.
Libby Znaimer is joined by John Capobianco
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This week, house speaker Anthony Rota resigned from his position after he invited a Nazi war veteran Yaroslav Hunka to the house of commons during Zelenskyy’s address. But even after an apology and his resignation, the event remains an international embarrassment for the country, and hurtful to Canada’s Jewish community. The question we have is should more people be held accountable for what took place including Prime Minister Justin Trudeau? And why has the PM not apologized yet?