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Toronto Today with Greg Brady

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Greg has been with CORUS and AM640 since Fall 2019 when he crossed over from Sportsnet 590, the Fan after 9 1/2 years wanting to do something more challenging and diverse than "just" sports.

After success early in his career in Detroit co-hosting the top-rated morning sports talk show in the entire state of Michigan from 2002 to 2007, Greg came to Toronto and CORUS/AM640 to co-host "The Bill Watters Show" when the company had the broadcast rights to the Toronto Maple Leafs.

His time at Sportsnet 590, The Fan began in 2010, and also featured a successful run in morning drive in two incarnations, between 2011 and 2019, so morning audiences are already very familiar in Toronto with his knowledge and personality.

Greg has broadcast play-by-play from several Super Bowls for radio in the United Kingdom, and handled OHL play-by-play for the Windsor Spitfires and Saginaw Spirit from 2002-2008.

His radio recipe is to "play the hits" and "keep things moving", with a mix of news, politics, social commentary, sports, and entertainment.  The things people talk about at their dining room table, backyard barbecues, and at kids' sporting events are the things he wants the show to be about.

Greg's current joy is navigating two teenage boys through as he describes it, "an era of adjustment" with his wife of 17 years.  His hobbies include making music playlists for runs at the gym, tennis, reading music biographies, and watching documentaries when live news and sports isn't consuming him.
69 Episodes
Greg speaks with infectious disease specialist Dr. Isaac Bogoch about World Aids Day.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with Dr. Isaac Bogoch about World Aids Day. Pharmacologist Sabina Vohra-Miller discusses the new variant. Dr. Abdu Sharkawy with information on the new federal travel bans related to Omicron and Beatles expert and author Erin Weber.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with infectious disease specialist Dr. Sumon Chakrabarti about what we need to know about Omicron. The Toronto Sun's Anthony Furey discusses the government's Pavlovian response to the new variant. The Star's Grant LaFleche with why boxing is so dangerous and its long-term affects. Greg and Sheba discuss sexual racism.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with BC infectious disease specialist Dr. Srinivas Murthy about the new variant. Ontario RN Amie Archibald-Varley describes the stress and burnout nurses are feeling. Author Jeffrey Dvorkin shares his views on Omicron. Ryerson's Dr. Eric Kam on the stories of the day. Greg and Sheba debate what constitutes a Canadian name.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with Duran Duran's John Taylor. Hill Times columnist Erica Ifill with insight on the NDP. Biostatistician Ryan Imgrund on South Africa's new variant and tech expert Mohit Rajhans and Lush's decision to leave social media and take a stand for mental health. Sheba and Greg discuss a new study on a lack of diversity in newsroom.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with Councillor Joe Cressy about the vaccine rollout for kids. Brampton Mayor Patrick Brown addresses the protesters outside of a Brampton hospital. The Toronto Star's Bruce Arthur with today's top stories, including the Polkaroo, and Detroit's Mike Stone joins Greg.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with pediatric neurosurgeon Dr. Sheila Singh about late tumour diagnosis in children due to the pandemic. NYC mom Daniela Jampel joins Greg to discuss getting the masks off the kids. Pharmacologist Sabina Vohra-Miller with Ontario's vaccine rollout for children. The UN Watch's Hillel Neuer on the TDSB's decision to ban books and QP Observer's Sabrina Nanji with the latest from Queen's Park.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with Dr. Isaac Bogoch about the first day of booking appointments for children's covid-19 vaccines. Ontario NDP leader Andrea Horwath discusses Islamophobia. Teacher Jason Bradshaw on winning the Prime Minister's award for contributions to education and President of Chapman's Ice Cream Ashley Chapman on his decision to give out pay increases to all vaccinated employees.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with Hill Times Columnist Erica Ifill on her perspective on the Kyle Rittenhouse trial verdict. Ryerson professor Eric Kam with today's anniversary of JFK's assassination. Journalist Justin Ling on the Halifax security forum. NDP MP Charlie Angus and Global News Correspondent David Akin with Parliament's first day.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with NYC social worker Justin Spiro about taking masks off kids. The Globe and Mail's Caroline Alphonso discusses rapid tests in schools. Biostatistician Ryan Imgrund on kids and vaccines.  See for privacy information.
New York City school social worker Justin Spiro talks to Greg about making masks optional for kids.  See for privacy information.
Access Rebates

Access Rebates


President of Access Rebates Bonny Koabel joins Greg to discuss housing rebate programs.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with Indiana University pediatrician Dr. Chandy John about vaccines for kids. Journalist Amy Lundy Dahl discusses Peng Shuai. The Toronto Star's Bruce Arthur shares the government's announcement that vaccines for kids are here and Dr. Vivian Stamatapoulos with the increase in price for private long-term care homes.  See for privacy information.
Dr. Neil Rau on boosters for adults. Pharmacologist Sabina Vohra-Miller with why masks are needed. Infectious Disease Specialist Dr. Jeff Kwong talks the need to keep masks on. Author David Binks on his new book about Massey Hall. Ontario Federation of Anglers and Hunters' Lauren Tonelli discusses wild boars and why north Pickering is seeing so many. Greg and Sheba talk vaccine myths.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with Dr. Zain Chagla about why certain unlikely areas of Ontario have become covid hotspots. Global's Alex Boutilier explains Senator Denise Batters petition against Erin O'Toole. The Sun's Anthony Furey on today's hot topics and Thorben Wieditz with the latest on RidefairTO.  See for privacy information.
Lawyer Marie Henein joins Greg to discuss her new book Nothing But the Truth: A Memoir. Post-doctoral researcher Beyhan Farhadi talks destreaming in Ontario highschools. WGN afternoon drive host Chris Parker and the Toronto Star's Kevin Donovan on having his car stolen off his driveway.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with Minister Marci Ien about highschool streams, elections and her campaign. A Western University student shares her thoughts on the new campus lanyard policy, QP Observer's Sabrina Nanji on the new Ontario First Party, and Biostatistician Ryan Imgrund talks kids and vaccines.  See for privacy information.
Today, we Remember.

Today, we Remember.


Greg speaks with NDP leader Jagmeet Singh on the sacrifices that Canadians made on this day. University of Toronto professor Cara Krmpotich on what the raising of the Canadian flag means to Indigenous communities. Global's Mike Drolet tells us the meaning and history behind the poppy. The Toronto Star's Bruce Arthur on the day's stories.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with Global News correspondent David Akin about the new PC shadow cabinet, Global's Rachel Gilmore shares the latest on pcr testing for borders. Sarnia mayor Mike Bradley on why he refuses pcr testing, director Adrian Callender on his new film Black Liberators WWII.  See for privacy information.
Greg speaks with the University of Toronto's Dr. Barry Pakes about border PCR testing. Podcast host Alan Cross weighs in on Astroworld, Mayor Patrick Brown discusses a smaller Brampton hospital and Environmental Reporter Emma MacIntosh with the impact of the new Ontario highway. Plus What Happened When. See for privacy information.
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