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by Your Morning
December 5, 2019 10:31 a.m. EST
December 6, 2019 9:49 a.m. EST
Latest Segments From CTV Your Morning
How to make March break travel a breeze
Travelling with the family can be especially stressful during the school break.
Opposition growing for mandatory childhood vaccines
A new Angus Reid poll shows one in six parents in Canada reported being strongly against vaccinating their children.
Canadian nurse returns from Gaza
Amy Leah Potter was in Gaza for a month with Doctors Without Borders.
What to do if your boss is a bully
In 2023, nearly 70% of working Canadians admitted to rage applying to new jobs and the top reason was a toxic work environment.
Prince William’s cancellation sparks Royal health concerns
The Prince of Wales’ decision to pull out of a memorial service for his godfather on Tuesday did little to quell speculation over the health of his wife and father.
How artificial intelligence is changing the workforce
There are growing fears A.I. could affect many jobs in the coming years.
New investigation into online dangers for kids
The New York Times found thousands of parent-run influencer pages with children are putting kids at risk of blackmail, threats and sexual exploitation.
North American airlines introducing new fees
Several airlines are either hiking fees or introducing new ones this month and analysts say this could become the norm.
New High Valley EP
The highest-selling Canadian country band is back with new music and they’re heading across the country on a new tour.
The future of skating on the Rideau Canal
The canal is now closed for skating for the winter season.
Toronto Raptors Superfan Nav Bhatia releases memoir
The team’s biggest fan is now sharing his story in ‘The Heart of a Superfan’.
Robbie and Stephen Amell talk ‘Code 8 Part II’
The action-packed sequel continues the story of a world where people with superhuman abilities are monitored by robots.
Supports for people living with intellectual disabilities collapsing
Community Living Toronto says it’s making the difficult decision to sell three of its properties to cover operating costs.
Climate change affecting maple syrup production
Maple syrup producers are tapping trees a little earlier this year.
New ‘Aladdin’ stage show takes flight
The musical is touring across North America right now.
How to navigate trauma anniversaries
Painful memories of trauma events often leave a lasting impact.
Rise in anti-trans sentiment in Canada
CSIS says the rise in anti-LGBTQ+ extremism isn’t likely to end any time soon.
MPs not welcome in mosques until they call for Gaza ceasefire
The holy month of Ramadan is a time many Canadian politicians would typically be visiting mosques as a show of support.
Two years of war in Ukraine
The fighting rages on as we approach the two year anniversary since Russia launched attacks on eastern Ukraine.
Testing out new art hacks
Our hosts get crafty testing a number of popular tiktok hacks to see if they work – or, fall flat.
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