Radio Topics, March 6

Welcome to March! We’ve got a full show lined up. At 8:05, we’ll speak with Luxey Sirisegaram about Carleton’s upcoming production of the Vagina Monologues. At 8:25, we’ll speak with Cynthia Waldmeier of the Amethyst Women’s Addiction Centre’s International Women’s Day Panel, also taking place at Carleton. At 8:35, we’ll talk with Erik Darwin, President of the Dalhousie Community Association about their open house for the Bayview-Carling CDP.

We’ll also touch on some of these:

Operators in the Transportation industry probably need more sleep.

Ottawa and Ontario Tourism Information Centres.

Domtar is ready to sell.

Ontario and Quebec complain about federal downloading.

Tories call on Liberals to release phone records. Won’t show theirs.

Feds won’t cut hockey ticket tax subsidy.

Kids born later in the year more likely to be treated for ADHD.

Tulip Festival moving.

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