Live from Studio 5

Tune in weekdays at 9 a.m. Eastern for community news and information from coast to coast and a daily look at technology, health and current affairs. 

Live from Studio 5

Tune in weekdays at 9 a.m. Eastern for community news and information from coast to coast and a daily look at technology, health and current affairs. 

Live from Studio 5

Recent Episodes: 

Episode 830: Wednesday, June 26

The federal government has approved the Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion – for the second time. We ask Professor Ian Lee from Carleton University what the future holds for this controversial project. Producer Kevin Philipupillai discusses a National Post article where Jordan Peterson weighs in on how gender politics are playing out in elementary school classrooms. Microsoft is protecting its data by banning its employees from using Slack, Google Docs, and other popular online services. We’ll find out more from tech expert Mike Agerbo.

Episode 829: Tuesday, June 25

Microsoft has launched a new app called Soundscape that creates a 3D audio picture of the world around the user. We’ll find out more about the app, from Jason Fayre of the CNIB. On the tenth anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death, we’ll find out if the multiple allegations of sexual abuse have had any effect on the market for Michael Jackson Memorabilia. Nelson Régo from Cool Blind Tech tells us about a new invention designed to help a blind skateboarder navigate around a skate park.

Episode 828: Monday, June 24

We’ll speak with Matthew Jason Dever from the group Autistics for Autistics Ontario. He has just been appointed to the provincial government’s advisory panel on autism policy. Amy Amantea calls in from Vancouver with her review of the Elton John movie Rocketman. We ask tech expert Marc Aflalo about the emergence of deepfake videos. These are fake videos built with the use of artificial intelligence.

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