skedNOW – February 14, 2017
Skedline host, Kabrena Robinson breaks down todays top news stories. Check out Skedline.com at 2:30pm for our live broadcast. Read more
Five things you should know about Toronto’s budget
City budgets mean confusing numbers, words you’ve never heard of and a lot of questions about things that will ultimately affect you and your neighbourhood. Toronto City Council is set to debate their 2017 budget this month. To help you make sense of it, here are five things you... Read more
2017 JUNO Award nominees announced
The Canadian Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences (CARAS) announced today the nominees for the 46th Annual JUNO Awards during a press conference at REBEL Nightclub in Toronto. JUNO Week 2017 will take place in Ottawa from March 27 through April 2, 2017, and a live broadcast of The 2017 JUNO Awards... Read more
Weather Forecast: February 7 with Jake Clutchey
Bell Media says Super Bowl ratings drop
The Canadian broadcaster of Sunday’s U.S. National Football League’s Super Bowl game said its ratings fell 39 percent from last year after a broadcast regulator ruled it could no longer substitute its commercials into U.S. feeds available in the country. Bell Media, part of BCE Inc, said the game... Read more
HMV stores close as music streaming sites grow
On Jan. 27 Canada lost one of its last retail music stores: HMV. The company had been bleeding money for years and owes its major suppliers, including music labels and media studios, $56 million as of Dec. 31. In an attempt to pay back some of their losses, the company... Read more
Update: Canada shooting suspect rented apartment close to Quebec mosque
QUEBEC CITY, Jan 31 (Reuters) – The French-Canadian student accused of killing six people during evening prayers in a Quebec City mosque had rented an apartment nearby, suggesting he may have been targeting the house of worship, local media reported on Tuesday. Alexandre Bissonnette, 27, who said he was... Read more
Faces of the Quebec mosque shooting
Toronto joins #NoMuslimBan movement
#NoMuslimBan Protest in Toronto by Fallon Hewitt on Exposure Read more
Toronto joins anti-Trump sister marches
Torontonians joined cities across the world to protest the Trump presidency in a show of unity for human rights.   On Saturday Jan. 21, about 60,000 women, men and children gathered at Queen’s Park to join in as a sister rally of the Women’s March on Washington. The inauguration... Read more