Will a new housing minister fix the Greenbelt debacle? Is co-owning a house a good idea? What determines if you'll get to keep working remotely? & Is there a demand for new music from The Rolling Stones?
Ontario has a new housing minister following Steve Clark's resignation yesterday. How will this shuffle change the way messaging gets sent out from the government and will there be much of a shift in the Greenbelt debacle and how it's being handled?
Guest: Sabrina Nanji, Publisher of the Queen’s Park Observer
A lot of Canadians are deciding to buy homes together rather than on their own. Is co-owning a house with a parent, sibling or friend even a good idea?
Guset: Karen Yolevski, Chief Operating Officer for Royal LePage
Many companies are calling employees back into the office which is being met with mixed reactions. While some love working from home, others seem to thrive while on site. How might that be what delineates your ability to work remotely vs. in person?
Guest: Dr. Nita Chhinzer, Associate Professor of Leadership & Organizational Management with the University of Guelph
After 18 years, it would appear that we'll be getting new music from The Rolling Stones as they get set to release their new studio album, 'Hackney Diamonds'. As the average age of the Stones approaches 80, is there even a desire for new music from them?
Guest: Lou Molinaro, Instructor at Durham College and the Harris Institute for Music