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Kelly and Company

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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A park in BC with a beautiful mountain and lake
  • How can dogs help with stress? Jeff Ryman gets into this in his lifestyle report.
  • Samsung Pay is no longer functioning on smartphones from other manufacturers. John Biehler of The App Show has the details.
  • Parks in British Columbia are seeking ways to improve accessibility accommodations; Sylvi Fekete tells us how we can get involved.
  • A new audiobook retailer is distributing accessible reading materials to people with print disabilities in over 20 countries; Ryan Hooey fills us in.
Chantal Kreviazuk's concert in support of the Ukrainian World Foundation poster
  • There are over a hundred presentations and events for app developers during Apple’s World Wide Developer Conference. Michael Feir gives us his reflections on the ones he attended.
  • Susan Kerney discusses extreme weather patterns, and the effects these changes have on our gardens.
  • Community Reporter Kim Thistle highlights the iconic Sci Fi on the Rock event, in St. John’s, Newfoundland
  • We’re joined by Grammy and Juno award winning artist, and Ukrainian Canadian, Chantal Kreviazuk. She tells us all about her upcoming concert at the Oakville Film Festival in support of the Ukrainian World Foundation.
  • This Saturday, the CCB Toronto Visionaries Chapter is hosting their Live2Learn Inclusive Design Research Conference. They have guest speakers who will touch on practical solutions to real problems faced by those living with blindness and low vision. We learn more about this.
A group riding bikes on a path
  • How can you choose the right athletic shoe? Jeff Ryman expalins in his health headlines.
  • On In The Know, Margrett Weldon features an organization that has been created to encourage women to keep reaching for the top!
  • Fighting Blindness Canada held their first cycle for sight event in Ontario in over 3 years. The fundraiser has a goal of raising a half-million dollars for critical sight-saving research in Canada. We learn more about this and other cycle for sight events taking part in Canada.
  • Who is responsible for health and safety in the workplace? We find out with Elysia Yardley, Manager of People and Culture at AMI.
  • What are the essential conversations we should be having before moving in with a roommate? We ask Independent Living Skills Specialist Leanne Baarda.
Toronto Raptors players celebrating
  • Dr. Danielle Jongkind features a news article published by CBC, talking about reptiles and their conservation.
  • Nutritionist Julia Karantjas shares summer sweet treats with a healthy twist.
  • In Winnipeg, a Springfield Collegiate Institute teacher organized an unusual field trip. We get the story with Jim Krysko.
  • Three in 10 Canadian workers are considering a job change in the second half of 2022. Why is that? We learn more about this with our friends at Robert Half.
  • The Golden State Warriors are the 2022 NBA champs winning for the 4th time in 8 years. How will this team be remembered? What can the Raptors do to get back in championship pedigree? We talk about this and more with Randy Urban of NBA TV Canada.
  • On our Voices segment, we sendoff a cherished voice on AMI-audio, Technical Producer Sam Robinson.
The Asista Foundation logo: a blue silhouette of a dog ringed with people holding hands
  • There’s a new tool to help users better understand if they can be clearly seen in a camera on Windows. Michael Babcock fills us in.
  • Canada is set to host games for 2026 FIFA World Cup in Toronto and Vancouver. We find out more with host of The Neutral Zone, Brock Richardson.
  • AMI Reporter Alex Smyth highlights the upcoming airing of Postcards From The Rockies.
  • The Ottawa After Hours Book Club will continue to meet throughout the summer months; we get the scoop with Community Reporter Kim Kilpatrick.
  • The Asista Foundation has kicked off their "A Hero Within All of Us" campaign. We learn more about this campaign and how it’s changing the lives of dogs by giving them a second chance.
  • Danielle McLaughlin speaks with her guest, lawyer Sonia Nijjar, about the principles of accommodation for people with disabilities.