• Anne Rohmer is with Vaughan Mayor Stephen Del Duca where the discussion includes the push for independence and his reaction to Ontario's expansion of strong mayor powers to 26 additional municipalities including Vaughan.

  • Anne Rohmer looks into the survey from HOOPP and Abacus Data that found that 44 per cent of non-retired Canadians aged 55 to 64 have less than $5,000 in savings, with one in five from that group saying they have not set anything aside for retirement.

  • Jim Lang speaks with Michelle Douglas, a Canadian human rights activist who launched a landmark legal challenge in the Federal Court of Canada against the military's discriminatory policies against LGBTQ+ service members. Douglas herself served as an officer in the Canadian Armed Forces from 1986 to 1989

  • Kevin Frankish is with The Greenbelt Foundation and Forests Ontario, who are working together to increase urban and rural forest cover and improve climate resilience in communities across Ontario's Greenbelt.

  • Shaliza Bacchus looks at Clearwater Farm – Who they are; the family fun activities; value of learning about nature; planning a day trip

  • Next weekend Canadians from coast to coast to coast will be celebrating Canada's 156th anniversary.  Parades and parties are being planned.  One local community is looking for volunteers to help get the party started. Glynn Perkins has details.

What is The FEED?

THE FEED is a weekly news magazine that goes behind the scenes and into more depth on the stories we have reported throughout the week or presents stories that need more time to tell. Hosted by Ann Rohmer, hear compelling interviews, local stories and local personalities - listen to The Feed weekly for the stories of York Region.