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Kelly and Company

Tune in weekdays at 2 p.m. Eastern for interviews and discussions about arts, entertainment and the lifestyle issues that matter to you.

Kelly and Company

Tune in weekdays at 2 p.m. Eastern for interviews and discussions about arts, entertainment and the lifestyle issues that matter to you.

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  • Michael Feir tackles early problems and changes with the latest version of iOS to keep in mind when updating your iPhones.
  • Gardener Susan Kerney shares interesting facts on the flower industry's role around Thanksgiving.
  • This Saturday, there will be a formal ceremony to initiate the first Cadet Week in Ontario. We learn more about this special week.
  • September 30, 2022, marks the second National Day for Truth and Reconciliation. The day honours the lost children and survivors of residential schools, their families, and communities. We learn more about this day and the progress we’ve made since the inaugural day, with Brenda Gunn, Academic and Research Director at the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation.
  • Our guest for this week's Roundtable conversation is John Melville, Vice President of Content Development and Programming for AMI-tv and AMI-audio.
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  • Why should workplace bullying should be treated as a public health issue? Grant Hardy dives into this in his health headlines.
  • On In The Know: Margrett Weldon shares tips for travel readiness, and takes us through picking the right backpack for the journey.
  • The University of Manitoba has announced their latest writer in residence. Jim Krysko shares more.
  • President and CEO of Fighting Blindness Canada, Doug Earl, shares important updates on the access to Luxturna Gene Therapy in Canada.
  • Let's flip through quirky stories from around the globe with Grant Hardy, on What in the World.
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  • The Late Queen Elisabeth II's corgis were well known members of her household. Dr. Danielle Jongkind shares the inside scoop of the Royal Corgis.
  • Nutritionist Julia Karantjas covers gut health, and informs us about the difference between probiotics and prebiotics.
  • The National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation and the Royal Canadian Mint have unveiled a deeply symbolic keepsake. We learn more with Alex Reeves, Senior Manager of Public Affairs
  • Medicine Hat, Alberta is moving to electronic bus fair in October. Community Reporter Toni Freimark has the details.
  • On our Parenting segment, Lucia Bellafante leads a discussion around memories, experiences and suggestions on organization.
  • On our Book club, we review Restigouche: The Long Run of the Wild River, by Philip Lee, with the recommender of the read, Greg David.
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  • Michael Feir brings us Part 2 of Apple's Far Out 2022 presentation. We focus on the new line of iPhone 14s.
  • Fern Lulham highlights disability-focused campaigns being run by not-for-profit organizations in the U.K.
  • We speak with Luke McConnell, who’s hosting a fundraising event, in memory of his good friend Justin Masotti, with Soccability Canada. We learn more about this great initiative and why it’s important to him.
  • Step back in time, and explore 70 years of Canadian children's television, in the Canadian Museum of History's newest exhibition. It's featuring everything from Pepinot to Paw Patrol - Television of Our Childhoods.
  • Joining us on this week's Roundtable conversation is friend of the show, Mark Phoenix.
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  • Grant Hardy joins us for some health headlines. This week he tells us about what you need to know about Ontario’s controversial new nursing home law.
  • Greg David shows some love to U.S. Television networks by featuring TV shows debuting and returning during September.
  • Ryan Delehanty fills us in on a long awaited accessible transportation service in Halifax, Extra Care Taxi.
  • Mary Mammoliti continues with safe cooking techniques for the blind or low vision home cook. Plus, she shares a recipe for easy kettle corn.