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 5 Blog

Accessible Swimming

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  • Karen Magee is AMI’s regional content specialist for eastern Canada. She’s speaking to us from Ottawa;
  • We speak with Hanane Khales from the DisAbled Women’s Network of Canada about the legacy of the Montreal massacre.
  • AMI producer Dawn Dickinson previews a Walrus magazine profile of Grant Bristow, the CSIS mole who infiltrated Canada’s white supremacist movement.
  • Steven Scott from Double Tap Canada explains how someone we know almost got caught up in an online scam.
  • Our community reporter, Jennie Bovard joins us now with news from Halifax, Nova Scotia;
  • Dr. Valentine points to the problematic viewpoint that only understands disability as a very black and white issue. Dave Brown and Kevin Philipupillai cover this story and more on today's accessibility story roundup.

Sexual Assaults on Uber

A photograph showing a person holding a phone and standing in front of a car with an uber sign on the windshield

  • Mike Agerbo joins us now with the latest in tech news;
    • Sexual Assaults on Uber
    • The Escobar Fold 1
    • Wag the Dog
  • Our community reporter Guy Carriere joins us now with news from Sudbury, Ontario;
  • AMI-tv reporter Shelby Travers talks about how social media has contributed to unrealistic beauty standards.
  • Producer Kevin Philipupillai joins us now with a preview of The National Post Show
  • Craig Oliver is a Senior Political Analyst at CTV and the host of Challenges and Change on AMI. He joins us from Ottawa;
    • USMCA
    • Mr. Kenney Goes To Ottawa
    • Canadian Detainees In China
  • Carnival Cruise Line says that all of its South Florida-based ships are now certified as “sensory inclusive” and the remainder of its fleet will have the designation by March 2020.
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Paralympian: Sandrine Hamel

A photograph of Sandrine Hamel snowboarding

  • We speak with Paralympian Sandrine Hamel, a rising star in the world of snowboarding.
  • Our community reporters. J.R. Bjornson joins us now with news from Red Deer, Alberta
  • Nelson Régo from Cool Blind Tech joins us now from his home in Edmonton;
    • Navigation Tools
    • Braille Bus Stops in Vancouver
  • Karen Magee joins us in our Toronto studio for our weekly news quiz.
  • The city of Calgary has announced new dispatch service for accessible taxis. Dave Brown covers this story and more on today's accessibility story roundup.