John Oakley Display – Thursday July 13, 2017

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Right here’s your one-stop take a look at all of the highlights of the John Oakley Display out of your Thursday afternoon travel. Toronto housing marketplace cooling off, Khadr belongings now not frozen, a brand new governor normal has been appointed, Sue-Ann Levy joins us for her common section and subjects worthy of debate! Pay attention it Once more!

 

Pass judgement on rejects request to freeze Omar Khadr’s belongings

The widow of an American soldier killed in Afghanistan has failed to turn there’s an actual chance former Guantanamo Bay prisoner Omar Khadr is hiding his cash in an effort to keep away from paying folks he would possibly owe, new court docket filings display. International Information Caryn Lieberman was once in court docket nowadays and tells AM640 that Tabitha Speer, widow of U.S. particular forces soldier Sgt. Chris Speer, and a former American soldier Layne Morris are nonetheless intent on gathering the cash awarded to them through a US court docket.


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Omar Khadr agreement: Canada ‘set the bar’ with apology, ex-Gitmo detainee says

 

Toronto’s actual property marketplace cooling

Phil Soper is the President, CEO of Royal Lepage, who’s fresh unlock says that “Sanity started to go back to the Higher Toronto Space, the place a slowing of each worth appreciation and gross sales job was once obvious,”. He provides that”In Higher Vancouver and Calgary, house gross sales started to get better after important marketplace downturns.”


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Royal LePage survey says Q2 was once robust in Hamilton

 

 

Ottawa’s Selection for Canada’s Subsequent Governor Normal – Julie Payette

Nelson Wiseman, Professor of Political Science and Director of Canadian Research Program at College of Toronto joins the display to talk about the appointment of Julie Payette to Governor Normal of Canada


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Julie Payette: Meet Canada’s subsequent governor normal

 

 

 

TCHC pleads responsible, fined $100Gs in fatal seniors construction blaze

The Toronto Group Housing Company (TCHC) has pleaded responsible to failing to put into effect a hearth protection plan following an condo blaze that killed 4 seniors in 2016. The TCHC has been fined $100,000 for violating the Ontario Fireplace Code after a deadly hearth tore in the course of the best ground of a five-storey seniors’ place of dwelling at 1315 Neilson Rd. in Malvern on Feb. five, 2016. Toronto Town Councillor,  Neethan Shan, Ward 42 Scarborough-Rouge River joins the John Oakley display and says that the fantastic is crucial step however does now not cross a ways sufficient to make up for the lack of lives.


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Citizens start to go back house after hearth at TCHC construction

 

 

Do you are taking Psychological well being days of labor?

Registered psychologist Oren Amitay talks a couple of motion in opposition to taking time without work paintings for psychological well being being implemented like every other bodily well being problems.


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Psychological well being days: why it’s so onerous for workers to invite for time without work

 

 

 

Thursday 443 with Sue-Ann Levy

Investigative columnist with the Toronto Solar talks in regards to the Canadian Meals Inspection Company limiting two Israeli wines as a result of they had been produced within the West Financial institution.


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Subjects worthy of debate

It’ll take greater than just a little of recycling or putting laundry to forestall or flip again local weather trade. We ask the panel if they’re keen to make the sacrifice important. Karlene Country (OneNationPR), Vince Gasparro (TCHC Board) and David Wills (Media Profile) speak about and debate subjects worthy of debate.

 


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