The student protests in Quebec are heading West. The Canadian Federation of Students is organizing and funding a trip to ten Ontario universities, in what has become known as the Quebec-Ontario Student Solidarity Tour. It's in an effort to teach Ontario student leaders how to learn from Quebec's paralyzing student strikes. However, Alexandre Meterissian, a student journalist from McGill University, says these protestors don't speak for all Quebec students.
Alexandre Meterissian, Journalism student, McGill University
Craig Silliphant and Angela Hill join Richard on the round table.
The number of Canadians with dementia or Alzheimer's will triple in the next 25 years. But even an Alzheimer's patient who can't speak can still communicate. Dr. Pia Kontos, a research scientist at Toronto rehabilitation institute, tells us what we need to know to communicate with someone with dementia.
Dr. Pia Kontos, Research Scientist, Toronto Rehabilitation Institute
he world of prostitution is being uncovered in a week-long series called Prostitution #YXE. News Talk Radio reporter Ashley Wills has the story of one woman's life long struggle.
Ashley Wills, News Talk Radio
The wind turbine discussion continues. Now the federal government is getting involved, and will conduct a research study into "the relationship between wind turbine noise and health effects." National Post columnist Scott Stinson explains how this may affect the many Canadians involved in the wind turbine debate
Scott Stinson, Columnist, National Post
3:00 p.m. The wind turbine discussion continues.
A mom in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario now requires permission to visit her children's school, or else be charged with trespassing. Why? Because she tried to stop her daughter from being bullied. Kathy Lindsay tells Richard her story.
The great American empire appears to be crumbling. Scranton, Pennsylvania is just the latest large community to declare bankruptcy. Jeffrey Miron, Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Harvard University and Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute, explains why American cities are going under.
Jeffrey Miron, Professor and Director of Undergraduate Studies at Harvard University and Senior Fellow at the Cato Institute
Angela Hill and Sarah Mills join Richard on the round table
Prince Albert MP Randy Hoback is preparing for quite the workout in the Netherlands. He will be participating in the Nijmegen Marches, a rigorous and prestigious annual event. The March is a four-day, 160-km march in full combat uniform, carrying a rucksack load of 10-kg. Hoback explains how he plans to get through the emotional journey.
Randy Hoback, Prince Albert MP